Formerly Treasurer of Killaloe and Prebendary of Maynooth in St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin he was nominated Bishop of Kilfenora on 19 June 1638 and consecrated on 11 November that year. In 1643 he was translated to Limerick. He died in April 1649.
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