User talk:Richard Keatinge

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Addition to St Patrick - geographical reference Richard Keatinge, herein lies statistical references to the placename from year 1208 - http://saintsplaces.gla.ac.uk/place.php?id=1332859396 Albeit those references relate to the individual as best as 'probable' - although it is difficult to see how they could be anything else. The point remains indisputable that this waterway does fall into the category of places named after St Patrick, indeed for several other of the entries in the Wikipedia webpage there is no reference given - does that make their claim to Patrick's name any more certain? The reference to William Wallace is indeed an aside, but perhaps there is no interest in a village of as few as 70 homes in the late 1800s having a history which encompasses Patrick, Wallace, a whisky distillery, and a carpet factory that produced the weave for such as the Titanic, Epsom, Gleneagles, Culzean Castle, and Westminster Abbey's runner for the royal wedding of 1947. Billcolville (talk) 22:34, 9 June 2015 (UTC)Billcolville

Addition to St Patrick - geographical reference. Richard Keatinge, I do not understand why you have removed this place reference. It is named not only on honour of the individual, but in respect of a traditionally accepted site of St Patrick's preaching in Scotland - there are very few such places. I have added a web reference which is the site of the local governing authority. Please explain your actions. Billcolville (talk) 21:33, 9 June 2015 (UTC) Billcolville — Preceding unsigned comment added by Billcolville (talkcontribs) 21:21, 9 June 2015 (UTC)

See the talk page. Richard Keatinge (talk) 21:37, 9 June 2015 (UTC)

Anthony Bailey (PR advisor)[edit]

Hello, You just reverted my edit. It is patently nonsense to say that he revived the Order. The Order was functioning quite happily for over 400 years before he was born. He received it in the 1990s, he revived nothing. The Order comes under the authority of the Pope, only he can revive or dissolve it. The source is wrong. Kiltpin (talk) 20:55, 15 July 2016 (UTC)

Hi, let's take this to the talk page. Richard Keatinge (talk) 21:46, 15 July 2016 (UTC)