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Frederick Falkiner Goold
Goold was born in County Limerick on 6 November 1808 and educated at Trinity College, Dublin, He was appointed Archdeacon of Raphoe in 1852; and Private Chaplain to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1858. He died at Bath, Somerset on January 29 1877.
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