Ogle Moore

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The Very Rev. Ogle William Moore,[1] MA (1 July 1801, Dublin[2] – 14 May 1874, Chelsea)[3] was an eminent Irish Anglican priest:[4] he was Dean of Cashel[5] from 1857[6] to 1861; and Dean of Clogher from 1862 to[7] 1873.[8]

Moore was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. Before his years at the deanery he was Vicar[9] of Blessington.[10] His wife, Anna Alice, died aged 78 at Taunton on 13 September 1882:[11] their daughter Jane Ogle Moore (1841 – 1934) was the wife of Richard Henn Collins, an Anglo-Irish lawyer and judge.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ thePeerage.com
  2. ^ Family-Tree.co.uk
  3. ^ Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries Berrow's Worcester Journal (Worcester, England), Saturday, May 16, 1874; pg. 5; Issue 9422
  4. ^ “A New History of Ireland” T. W. Moody, F. X. Martin, F.J. Byrne and Cosgrove, A: Oxford, OUP, 1976 ISBN 0-19-821745-5
  5. ^ 'ECCLESIASTICAL' The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Monday, November 21, 1859; Issue 13548
  6. ^ 'ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE' The Morning Post (London, England), Monday, January 12, 1857; pg. 3; Issue 25907
  7. ^ 'PROVINCIAL SYNOD OF ARMAGH AND TUAM' The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Saturday, September 11, 1869; Issue 44506
  8. ^ 'Obituary for 1874' The Morning Post (London, England), Friday, January 01, 1875; pg. 7; Issue 31983
  9. ^ 'Multiple News Items' The Standard (London, England), Wednesday, October 02, 1839; Issue 4769
  10. ^ University of Toronto Library
  11. ^ Deaths The Standard (London, England), Saturday, September 16, 1882; pg. [1]; Issue 18148
  12. ^ Wikisource Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1922). "Collins of Kensington, Richard Henn Collins, Baron" . Encyclopædia Britannica. 30 (12th ed.). London & New York. p. 722.
Church of Ireland titles
Preceded by
Samuel Adams
Dean of Cashel
1857–1861
Succeeded by
John Cotter Macdonnel
Preceded by
Robert William Henry Maude
Dean of Clogher
1862–1873
Succeeded by
Thomas Le Ban Kennedy