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Calder, Sir James Charles (1869–1962), distiller, was born on 28 December 1869 in Alloa, Scotland, the younger son of James Calder, a timber merchant and brewer, and his wife, Cecilia, née Mackenzie, the daughter of an Edinburgh market gardener. Calder was educated at ...

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Hennessy, Richard (1729?–1800), brandy distiller, was born at Ballymacmoy, near Mallow, co. Cork, the second son of at least six children of James Hennessy (d. 1768), one of a close-knit group of minor Catholic gentry in the Blackwater valley, and his wife, ...

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O'Sullivan, Cornelius (1841–1907), brewing chemist, was born in Bandon, co. Cork, on 20 December 1841, one of three boys and four girls born to James O'Sullivan, merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth Morgan. His brief primary schooling was at Denny Holland's private school, followed by some years at ...

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Sweetman, John (1752–1826), Irish nationalist and brewer, was born in Dublin, the son of John Sweetman (d. 1784), brewer, and his wife, Mary, daughter of Patrick Sweetman, brewer. R. R. Madden described him as 'an eminent and opulent citizen of Dublin...

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