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O'Flaherty, Theobald Richard, 1818-1894 (clergyman)



Theobald Richard O'Flaherty (1818-1894) was born at Castletown, Queen's County, on 7 October 1818. He matriculated at St John's College, Cambridge, in 1837 (B.A., 1843), and was ordained deacon in 1843, and priest in 1844. He was curate of Odiham, Hampshire, 1843-1846, and of Tadley, 1846-1848, and Vicar of Capel, Surrey, 1848-1894. He succeeded to the estate of Lemonfield, Oughterard, in 1873. O'Flaherty collected the works of John Donne. He died at Capel Vicarage on 20 November 1894. His library was sold at Sotheby's in 1896.

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Theobald O'Flaherty: Papers

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.8692-8693
Scope and Contents

Catalogue of O'Flaherty's library; a sermon entitled ''Tongues in Trees, or, the Fading Leaf and its Teaching''

Dates: 1854-c.1889
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