John Head (30 June 1783 – 3 March 1862) was an Anglican priest in Ireland in the nineteenth century.
Stewart was born in County Tipperary and educated at Trinity College, Dublin.He was ordained in 1806. He was Dean of Killaloe from 1830 until his death.
|This article about an Irish Anglican cleric is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
Roger Boyle (1617?-1687) was an Irish Protestant churchman, Bishop of Down and Connor and Bishop of Clogher.
Anthony Dopping was the Anglican Bishop of Ossory.
Michael Ward was a 17th-century Anglican bishop and academic in Ireland.
Nicholas Synge was an 18th-century Irish Anglican priest.
George Chinnery was an Anglican Bishop in Ireland during the second half of the 18th century.
Thomas Hacket, D.D. was an Anglican bishop in the second half of the seventeenth century.
John Smith DD was an Irish Anglican priest in Ireland in the seventeenth century.
Edward Day was Archdeacon of Ardfert from 1782 until his death.
George Massy was Archdeacon of Ardfert from 1772 until his death.
Charles Massy was Dean of Limerick from 1740 until his death.
John Shepherd was an Irish Anglican priest in the last decades of the seventeenth and the first ones of the eighteenth centuries.
Jerome Ryves, M.A. was an Irish Anglican Dean.
John Worth, B.D. was an Irish Anglican Dean.
The Ven. Richard Daniel was a Church of Ireland priest in the first half of the 18th-century.
Giles Eyre (1689–1749) was an Anglican priest in Ireland in the eighteenth century.
William Boyd LLD was an Irish Anglican priest.
Henry Scardeville (1654–1703) was an Anglican priest in Ireland in the second half of the 17th century and the very start of the eighteenth.
Edward Clerke was an Anglican priest in Ireland in the first half of the 17th century.
Arthur Stanhope, LLD was an Anglican priest in Ireland in the 17th-century.
William Twigge (1657-1727) was an Anglican priest in Ireland in the late 17th and early 18th centuries.