George Ferdinand Shaw

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George Ferdinand Shaw
Born 1821
Died June 19, 1899
Dublin, Ireland
Nationality Irish
Occupation scholar, economist, historian

George Ferdinand Shaw (Dr. George Ferdinand Shaw LL.D. FTCD; 1821 – June 19, 1899, Dublin) was an Irish journalist and Professor of Greek. He served as a senior fellow at Trinity College Dublin, the first editor of The Irish Times and an editor on Saunder's News Letter, and wrote for The Nation and Evening Mail.[1][2]

He was born to William and Elizabeth Shaw and baptised in St. Mary's Church, Dublin (Church of Ireland).[citation needed] Shaw was a friend of John Kells Ingram.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Irish News". New Zealand Tablet. XXVII (33, 17): 9. August 1899. 
  2. ^ Joyce, Joe. "The Editors". The Irish Times. Archived from the original on 2011-07-12.