James Dillon

[bishop] Dr. James Dillon (1738–1806) was an Irish Roman Catholic Bishop of Kilmore from 1800 to 1806. == Early life == James Dillon was born in the Diocese of Armagh, Ireland, in 1738. His parents were poor and he was small in stature. He studied for the priesthood at the Irish College in Paris. The president of that college, Fr. Charles...
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James Dillon

[officer] Sir James Dillon (born c1600; died after 1669) was an officer in the armies of the Irish Confederate Catholic during the Irish Confederate Wars (1641-53) and a Member of the Parliament of Ireland. He was likely born at Kilfaughny, Athlone and lived in the vicinity. == Biography == Dillon was a captain in Wentworth`s `new army`, wh...
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James Dillon

[Irish senator] James Dillon (died 5 November 1955) was a farmer who served for thirteen years in the Senate of the Irish Free State. He was elected for twelve years in 1925, and remained a senator until the Free State Senate was abolished in 1936. ...
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James Dillon

[composer] James Dillon (born October 29, 1950) is a Scottish composer who is often regarded as belonging to the New Complexity school. Dillon studied art and design, linguistics, piano, acoustics, Indian rhythm, mathematics and computer music, but is self-taught in composition. Dillon was born in Glasgow, Scotland. Honours include first pr...
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James Dillon

[Fine Gael politician] James Matthew Dillon (26 September 1902 – 10 February 1986) was an Irish politician and leader of Fine Gael from 1959 to 1965. He was the son of John Dillon, the last leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party (1918), which had been swept away by Sinn Féin at the 1918 general election. ==Early life== Dillon was born i...
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