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.

Biography[edit]

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]

Family[edit]

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