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Daniel William Cahill (1796–1864) by Maclure & Macdonald (after Leon Gluckman) © National Portrait Gallery, London


Cahill, Daniel William (1796–1864), Roman Catholic priest and public lecturer, was born on 28 November 1796 at Arless, in Queen's county, Ireland, the youngest of the three sons of Daniel Cahill (c.1754–1836), a civil engineer and allegedly a participant in the rebellion of 1798, and his wife, ...


Calvert, Frederick Baltimore (1793–1877), actor and lecturer on elocution, was one of the eight children of Charles Calvert (1754–1797) [see under Calvert, Charles (1785-1852)], an amateur painter and steward to the duke of Norfolk at Glossop Hall, Derbyshire, and his wife, ...


Murphy, William (1834–1872), public lecturer, was born at Castletown-Conyers, co. Limerick, Ireland, on 1 August 1834, the eldest son of Michael Murphy, master of the national school at Castletown-Conyers. His family was originally Roman Catholic, but converted to the Church of Ireland during ...