Person record: MORAN, Reverend Thomas, junior  (1858-1927)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameReverend Thomas MORAN  junior
Gendermale
Relevance of this personauthor of stories used with slide sets 
Main period of activity1890s
Notes

Moran was Methodist Chaplain to Curragh Camp, Ireland, 1889-95, which gives the setting for some of his stories.

Many thanks to Robin Roddie of the Methodist Historial Society of Ireland for information about the Reverend Moran.

 
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
13 April 1858born atPort Laoise [Maryborough], County Laois, Ireland
1891residentCurragh Camp, County Kildare, Ireland
1892~33memberNational Society of Lanternists
1912residentCobh, County Cork, Ireland
15 February 192768died atCobh, County Cork, Ireland
Texts linked to this personServices of song (2)

Thomas Moran, Bravo, Sergeant Campbell! (London: J.W. Butcher, n.d.)

Thomas Moran, Corporal Stanley and his comrades: a Curragh Camp story (London: Chas. H. Kelly, 1898)


Stories (2)

Thomas Moran, Jack ashore (n.d.)

Thomas Moran, Timothy O'Brady and his tormentors: a Tipperary temperance tale (n.d.)

Reference
(* = main subject)

Help: a journal of social service (1891-1892) Vol. 2 No. 3 (1 March 1892), p. 50
  –  member of National Society of Lanternists

Lucerna ID no. 6001950Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 5 December 2016

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