“Hard times force oldest charity into new home” / Cian Hill. Irish Times 19/01/2011
An Irishman’s Diary /Hugh Oram. Irish Times 8/ 11/ 2004.
‘It’s the charity with the very odd name, the Sick & Indigent Roomkeepers’ Society’.
“Sick and Indigent thriving on first principles”/Rosita Boland. Irish Times 22/11/2005
M. J Tutty, “Dublin’s oldest charity”, Dublin Historical Record, 16.3 (1961), 73-85 [Paper provided here courtesy of the Old Dublin Society] N.B On p. 85 of this article Tutty draws attention to a memorial tablet honouring Samuel Rosborough at St. Michan’s Church, Dublin. At point of writing, Tutty described the tablet as “much worn by the weather and […] indecipherable”. In 2014, at the request of the Trustees of the Society, under the chairmanship of Felix Larkin, a replacement memorial tablet was erected on the east wall of St. Michan’s. This tablet was carved by Thomas Glendon, Lettercutter and Sculptor. For more information on the replacement tablet and a photograph see “History”.