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date: 18 February 2020

Mathew, Theobaldlocked

(1790–1856)
  • Colm Kerrigan

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Mathew, Theobald (1790–1856), Capuchin friar and temperance campaigner, was the fourth son of Ann Mathew, née Whyte, and James Mathew, a cousin of Francis Mathew of Thomastown Castle near Cashel in co. Tipperary. James, who was descended from a Catholic line of the family, had been adopted by ...

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