Thom's Irish Who's Who/Healy, Timothy Michael


HEALY, Timothy Michael, second son of Maurice Healy, Esq., of Bantry, Co. Cork; b. 1855; m. 1882, Erina Kate, dau. of T. D. Sullivan, M.P.; called to the Irish Bar, 1884; Q.C. (1899); English Bar, 1903: K.C., 1910; Bencher, Kings Inns, 1905; Gray's Inn, 1910; was M.P. for Borough of Wexford, 1880-83; M.P. for Monaghan Co., 1883-85; returned for North Monaghan and South Londonderry, 1885—represented the latter, 1885-6; represented North Longford, 1887-92; North Louth, 1892-5, and 1895-1911; N.E. Cork, 1911-18. Author of A Word for Ireland; Why Ireland is not Free; Loyalty plus Murder; Stolen Waters, etc. Res.: Glenaulin, Chapelizod, Co. Dublin; 1 Temple Gardens, London, E.C.


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HIS EXCELLENCY TIMOTHY MICHAEL HEALY

Governor-General of the Irish Free State