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KENNEDY, James Houghton (died 1924), Rector of Stillorgan since 1897; Canon of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, since 1913

LENTAIGNE, John (died 1915), Past President, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; Surgeon Mater Misericordiæ Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Royal Hospital for Incurables, Donnybrook; Surgeon to the Household of His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; Consulting Surgeon to the Convalescent Home, Stillorgan, and to the National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street

STRAUSS, Eric Benjamin (1894 - 1961), Consulting Physician for Psychological Medicine, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; late Lecturer in Psychological Medicine, St Bart’s Medical College (London University); Consulting Physician for Psychological Medicine, Northern Middlesex Hospital; Consultant Psychiatrist, Besford Court Catholic Residential Special School and Certified Institution; Hon. Cons. Psychiatrist, Hospital of St John of God, Stillorgan; Phys. for Psych. Med., St Andrew’s Hospital, Dollis Hill; late Pres., British Branch International Gen. Medical Soc. for Psychotherapy; FBPs.S, President 1956–57; late Chm., Medical Sect., and Member, Council, FRSoc. Med. (President Sect. of Psychiatry, 1953–54); Fellow Med. Soc. of London; Hon. Sec. to Cttee of Psycholog. Med., and Croonian Lecturer for 1952, RCP; Corresp. Mem., Assoc. German Neurologists and Psychiatrists

ROWLETTE, Robert James (1873 - 1944), Lt-Col late RAMC; a representative of Dublin University in the Senate of Ireland; King’s Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy, Trinity College, Dublin; Physician to Mercer’s Hospital, Dublin; Consulting Physician to the Royal Hospital for Incurables, Dublin; Consulting Visitor in Lunacy; Consulting Physician to Colonial Office; to Stillorgan Convalescent Home; and to Royal National Hospital, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow; Editor of Journal of The Irish Free State Medical Union; Member of the Medical Registration Council, and of the Dental Board, Irish Free State; Pres. of Irish Branch of Parliamentary Association; of RCP of Ireland; and of Royal Academy of Medicine of Ireland; a Trustee of National Health Insurance Society, Ireland, and Vice-Chairman of General Committee; Pres. of the Section of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, BMA, 1933


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Formerly a village near, now a suburb of, Dublin. Samuel Beckett attended the kindergarten and Flann O'Brien (Brian O'Nolan) lived in a bungalow in the town on 21 Waltersland Rd.


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