Denis Shine Lawlor

Life
1808 [or Dynis Shyne Lawlor; pseud. “Oscotian”]; b. Castlelough, Co. Kerry, ed. Oscot College; ed. The Oscot[t]ian; contrib. The Catholic Miscellany, et al.; stories and record of travel in Pyrenees, 1870 and 1874; Tales of the South; also Harge von Erin, stories from Ireland; and poems in Ellis’s Songs of Ireland; a Young Irelander, mentioned in Carlyle’s Tour of Ireland; m. twice, 1840, and 1878; d. 17 Oct. [?], Woodchester, nr. Stroud; The Harp of Innisfail and Other Poems (London 1829), a poem with notes, over initials. PI

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Note
Land Survey of 1876
lists Dennis Shine Lawlor, address Grenagh, Killarney, as owner of 1,374+ acres in Co. Kerry valued at 607 pounds 10 shillings. (See RootsWeb [link].)

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