Thomas Ram (junior)

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Thomas Ram was an Anglican priest in the early seventeenth century. [1]

He was the son of Thomas Ram, Bishop of Ferns and Leighlin from 1605 to 1634. [2] He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. [3] and was Dean of Ferns from 1626 to 1629. [4]

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References

  1. Handbook of British Chronology By Fryde, E. B;. Greenway, D.E;Porter, S; Roy, I: Cambridge, CUP, 1996 ISBN   0-521-56350-X, 0713642556
  2. Cotton,H. (1848). "The Succession of the Prelates and Members of the Cathedral Bodies of Ireland. Fasti ecclesiae Hiberniae. Vol. 2, The Province of Leinster". Dublin: Hodges and Smith. p. 336
  3. "Alumni Dublinenses : a register of the students, graduates, professors and provosts of Trinity College in the University of Dublin (1593–1860George Dames Burtchaell/Thomas Ulick Sadleir p788: Dublin, Alex Thom and Co, 1935
  4. Cotton,H. (1848). "The Succession of the Prelates and Members of the Cathedral Bodies of Ireland. Fasti ecclesiae Hiberniae. Vol. 2, The Province of Leinster". Dublin: Hodges and Smith. p. 349
Church of Ireland titles
Preceded by
Thomas Ram (senior)
Dean of Ferns
1626–1629
Succeeded by
Robert Wilson