Henry Morgan Dockrell
April 1948 – July 1951
|Constituency||Industrial and Commercial Panel|
February 1932 – February 1948
|Born||17 April 1880|
Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland
|Died||26 October 1955 (aged 75)|
Alice Evelyn Hayes
|Children||5, including Percy Dockrell, Maurice E. Dockrell and Marguerite Dockrell|
|Relatives||George Dockrell (brother)|
|Alma mater||Trinity College Dublin|
Dockrell was born on 17 April 1880 at the family home, 10 Waltham Terrace, Blackrock, Dublin. He was educated privately, and for a time at Trinity College Dublin (from 1898). He joined the family firm of Thomas Dockrell, Sons and Co. Ltd in 1900, becoming managing director and chairman on his father's death in 1929.
Dockrell married Alice Evelyn Hayes in June 1906, and they had four sons and one daughter. Two of his sons, Percy Dockrell and Maurice E. Dockrell were also Fine Gael TDs and councillors. His daughter was the swimmer, Marguerite Dockrell. His father, Sir Maurice Dockrell, was a Unionist Member of Parliament. His mother, Margaret Dockrell, was a suffragist, philanthropist, and councillor.
He was first elected at the 1932 general election as a Cumann na nGaedheal Teachta Dála (TD) for the Dublin County constituency, and was re-elected five times for the same constituency until he retired at the 1948 general election.
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