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Re: Tullamore / Offaly
Posted by: Anthony McCan (ID *****4891) Date: March 21, 2007 at 05:01:01
In Reply to: Tullamore / Offaly by Gary Scully of 726

Gary, this might be of interest to you.
ADMISSIONS TO KINGS INNS.
Scully, Thomas Mackey, first son of James, Maudlins, Co. Kildare and Maria Mackey, born 18 April 1806, thorough knowledge of the classics H 1833 G.I. E 1833 E 1834.
H stands for Hilary term, E for Easter term and G.I. stands for Gray's Inn in London, which means he would have been called to the Irish Bar and also the London one.
As a rule lawyers are well documented. They usually give the school he attended also but the phrase "thorough knowledge of the classics" suggests that he was educated at home.


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