Rathmines School

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Rathmines School[1] was a secondary school in the suburb of Rathmines, Dublin: it opened in 1855 and closed in 1899.[2] In all 2,190 pupils attended the school.[3]

Notable pupils[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Archives
  2. ^ National Library of Ireland
  3. ^ Trove
  4. ^ a b Atkins, William Ringrose Gelston (1954). "Henry Horatio Dixon. 1869-1953". Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society. 9: 78–26. doi:10.1098/rsbm.1954.0007. JSTOR 769200.
  5. ^ Deaths The Times Monday, Mar 24, 1980; pg. 28; Issue 60583; col B
  6. ^ The Times, Thursday, Feb 04, 1943; pg. 7; Issue 49461; col C Ecclesiastical News Irish Bishop Consecrated
  7. ^ The Bishop Of Limerick To Retire (Official Appointments and Notices) The Times Thursday, Jul 28, 1960; pg. 12; Issue 54835; col F
  8. ^ Deaths The Times Monday, Mar 24, 1980; pg. 28; Issue 60583; col B
  9. ^ The Times, 6 August 1919; pg. 7; Issue 42171; col E, Obituary. The Bishop Of Meath
  10. ^ Cricket Archive profile
  11. ^ CricketEurope Stats Zone profile
  12. ^ He was Dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin from 1924 to 1933 > The Times, Thursday, Mar 09, 1933; pg. 15; Issue 46388; col D Ecclesiastical News The Dean of St Patrick’s to resign
  13. ^ Amongst others he wrote “Chapters on the Book of Mulling”, 1897; “Thoughts on Belief and Life”, 1900; “The Reformation and the Irish Episcopate”, 1906; “Essays on the Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius of Cæsarea”, 1912; “St Malachy of Armagh”, 1920; “The Martyrology of Tallaght “, 1931; and”The Deaneries of St. Patrick’s” > British Library website accessed 20:42 GMT 14 February 2017
  14. ^ Obituary, The Observatory, Vol. 46, pp. 326-327 (1923)
  15. ^ 'Obituary', Journal of Mental Science, January 1938
  16. ^ Daniel Rambaut rugby player profile scrum.com

Coordinates: 53°11′42″N 6°09′32″W / 53.195°N 6.159°W / 53.195; -6.159