Journal Volume 4 2004

Lead, Kindly Light? Education and the La Touche Family (continued/10)


The author is very grateful to, and acknowledges the kind assistance of, the following who gave their time to help with research and/or illustrations:

Miss Franks, Dr Harold Hislop, Michael McGinley, Canon Horace McKinley, Carmel Moore, The Ven Cecil Price, Dr Timothy Webb, and the staff of the Gilbert Library, Dublin.

She values the support given by Michael McGinley and by her cousin, Gerald Sanctuary, for their objective advice in respect of the text.

Manuscripts & Typescripts
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    • Flannery, Judith, Nobless Oblige? Charities and the La Touche Family, Greystones 1994

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    • McGinley, Michael, A Huguenot Family in Ireland Notes on the La Touche Family, Dublin 1988

    • McGinley, Michael, La Touche a la Gloire, Greystones 1996

    • McGinley, Michael, Money, Religion and Love The La Touche Family in the Nineteenth Century, Dublin 1993

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