Charles Moore (Irish MP)

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Charles Moore (1804 – 15 August 1869) was an Irish politician. He served in the British Parliament from 1865 to 1869 as Member of Parliament (MP) for Tipperary.


Charles Moore was born 17 June 1804 to Arthur and Mary O'Hara Moore of Crookedstone, County Antrim.[1] He was a partner in the Liverpool merchant firm of Moore Brothers and Company.

He purchased Mooresfort in County Tipperary around 1852 and substantially remodelled the house, reducing it from a three stories to two. He was J.P. for that county.[2] Moore's only known speech in the House of Commons was in a debate on the Habeas Corpus Suspension Bill.[3]

He died 15 August 1869 at his home in Grafton Street.[4]


On 12 January 1835 he married Marian Elizabeth Story of Liverpool.[1] Their children were:


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Laurence Waldron
Daniel O'Donoghue
Member of Parliament for Tipperary
1865 – 1869
With: Francis Scully 1865
Laurence Waldron 1865–1869
Succeeded by
Charles William White
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa