|Basic biographical summary of this person
|Name||Reverend Thomas MORAN junior|
|Relevance of this person||author of stories used with slide sets |
|Main period of activity||1890s|
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.
|13 April 1858||born at||Port Laoise [Maryborough], County Laois, Ireland|
|1891||resident||Curragh Camp, County Kildare, Ireland|
|1892||~33||member||National Society of Lanternists|
|1912||resident||Cobh, County Cork, Ireland|
|15 February 1927||68||died at||Cobh, County Cork, Ireland|
|Texts linked to this person||Services 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)
Thomas Moran, Jack ashore (n.d.)
Thomas Moran, Timothy O'Brady and his tormentors: a Tipperary temperance tale (n.d.)
(* = 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. 6001950||Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 5 December 2016|
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