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Gerald Molloy

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Gerald Molloy (c1834-1906)


1907 Obituary [1]

THE RIGHT REV. MONSIGNOR GERALD MOLLOY, D.D., D.Sc, Rector of the University, of Ireland, died suddenly at Aberdeen on October 1, 1906, in his 73rd year.

He was educated at Castlenock College and Maynooth College, where he afterwards was Professor of Theology.

In 1874 he was appointed Professor of Natural Philosophy at the University of Ireland.

He achieved great popularity as a lecturer in experimental physics, and delivered numerous lectures on X-rays and wireless telegraphy at Dublin.

He was elected a Member of the Institution in 1900, and served on the Committee of the Dublin Local Section in 1901.


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