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...Salmon, George George Salmon was born in either Dublin or Cork on 25 September 1819 and died in Dublin on 22 January 1904. The only son of four children of Michael Salmon, linen merchant, and his wife, Helen Weekes, George attended...
...Petty, William William Petty was born in Romsey, Hampshire on 26 May 1623. He died in London on 16 December 1687 and was buried in Romsey. With Latin and Greek from grammar school and an interest in the work of craftsmen, he went to sea...
...Sheridan, Thomas Thomas Sheridan was born in St John’s, near Trim, Co. Meath in 1646 and died on 17 March 1712 in Saint Germain-en-Laye, France. He was the son of a Protestant clergyman, and was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he...
...Steele, Richard Richard Steele was born in Dublin in March 1672 and died at Carmarthen in Wales on 1 September 1729. His father, an attorney, died shortly before his fifth birthday. He was reared by his uncle and sent to Charterhouse...
...Thompson, William (1687–1754) William Thompson was born near Lisburn. The earliest record of him is found when he entered Trinity College, Dublin, aged 17, on 8 March 1705. He was elected a Scholar in 1707, took his BA in 1709 and his MA...
...Smith, William Bruce, William (1702–55) William Bruce was born at Killyleagh, Co. Down in 1702 and died in Dublin on 11 July 1755. He was the youngest son of Duchal, James McAlpin, James James Bruce, Presbyterian minister at Killyleagh...
...Skelton, Philip Philip Skelton was born in Co. Antrim in February 1707 and died in Dublin on 4 May 1787. He was educated at a school in Lisburn and then at Trinity College, Dublin, where his tutor was Patrick Delany Delaney, Patrick...
...Webb, Thomas Ebenezer Webb, Daniel Daniel Webb was born at Maidstown, Co. Limerick and died in Bath on 2 August 1798. From a reasonably prosperous Irish family, he was educated in Maidstown and at New College, Oxford, matriculating on 13...
...Bruce, William (1757–1841) William Bruce, Presbyterian minister, was born in Dublin on 30 July 1757 and died there on 27 February 1841. Claiming descent from the royal house of Scotland of the same name, he was of the fifth generation...
...Joseph Pentland was born in Ballybofey, Co. Donegal on 17 January 1797; he died in London on 12 July 1873. Little is known about Joseph's parents, who died when he was a baby, but there is evidence that the wider Pentland family held...