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William John Fitz-Patrick (1830–1895)

Fitzpatrick, William John. An Irish biographer and topical historian; born in Dublin, Aug. 31, 1830; died there, Dec. 24, 1895. From his graduation at the Catholic College, Clongowes Wood, he devoted himself to the study of Ireland’s rights and wrongs, and of the actors in Irish history. ‘Lord Edward Fitzgerald and his Betrayers’ (1859); ‘The Sham Squire and the Informers of 1798’ (1866); and ‘Daniel O’Connell, the Liberator’ (1888), are a few among his many productions.