Thomas Whelan (1898–1921) was an executed Irishman.
Thomas Whelan was one of six men executed in Mountjoy Prison, Dublin on 14 March 1921. He was 22 years old at the time of his death.
Thomas Whelan may also refer to:
Thomas J. Whelan was an American mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey. He served as the Mayor of Jersey City from 1963 to 1971.
Thomas J. Whelan is a Senior United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California.
Thomas Joseph Whelan was a professional football player who spent three years in the American Professional Football Association, the forerunner to the National Football League, with the Canton Bulldogs in 1919 and 1920, winning the national championship alongside Jim Thorpe. He then played with the Cleveland Tigers in 1921. He was also a professional baseball player in the National League for the Boston Braves, at first base in 1920.
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Thomas D'Arcy Etienne Grace Hughes McGee, was an Irish-Canadian politician, Catholic spokesman, journalist, poet, and a Father of Canadian Confederation. The young McGee was a Catholic Irishman who hated the British rule of Ireland, and worked for a peasant revolution to overthrow British rule and secure Irish independence. He escaped arrest and fled to the United States in 1848, where he reversed his political beliefs. He became disgusted with American republicanism and democracy, and became intensely conservative in his politics and in his religious support for the Pope. He moved to Canada in 1857 and worked hard to convince the Irish Catholics to cooperate with the Protestant British in forming a Confederation that would make for a strong Canada in close alliance with Britain. His passion for Confederation garnered him the title: 'Canada's first nationalist'. He fought the Fenians in Canada, who were Irish Catholics that hated the British and resembled his younger self politically. McGee succeeded in helping create the Canadian Confederation in 1867, but was assassinated by Patrick J. Whelan in 1868.
The U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey is the chief federal law enforcement officer in New Jersey. Craig Carpenito is the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey. On January 5, 2018, Carpenito was appointed U.S. Attorney pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 546 by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions. On April 27, 2018, the judges of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey unanimously appointed Carpenito U.S. Attorney pursuant to its statutory powers. The U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey has jurisdiction over all cases prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney.
Strathfield is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales. It is represented by Jodi McKay of the Labor Party. It was first created in 1988 and derives its name from the suburb of the same name.
Ronald Andrew Whelan is a former Irish association football midfielder and sometimes defender who played an integral part on the dominant Liverpool side that won a wealth of titles in the 1980s. He was at the club from 1979 until 1994, scoring a number of vital goals. In 100 Players Who Shook The Kop, a poll of 110,000 Liverpool fans conducted by the official Liverpool Football Club web-site, Whelan came in 30th.
Patrick James Whelan was a suspected Fenian sympathiser executed following the year 1869 assassination of Irish journalist and politician Thomas D'Arcy McGee.
Martin 'Marty' Whelan is an Irish radio and television personality currently working for Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ). His early television credits included the game shows Millionaire and Fame and Fortune, and the weekday afternoon show, Open House.
Rockwell College, founded in 1864, is an independent day and boarding Catholic secondary school near Cashel, County Tipperary in Ireland.
Whalen is a surname. In Ireland, Whalen, Whelan, Phelan and O'Phelan, are anglicized variants of the same Gaelic surname, Faoláin, which itself is a variant of Ó Faoileáin and Ó Haoláin.
Allyson Kay Duncan is a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. She is the Fourth Circuit's first female African-American judge.
The family name Whelan is an anglicisation of the Irish surname, Ó Faoláin. The surname originates from the Middle Irish 'Úa Faeláin' the name of the 10th to 11th century ruling dynasty of the Déisi, a population group inhabiting the area of the modern county of Waterford and County Kilkenny in the early medieval period.
Simon Paul Whelan is a judge of the Court of Appeal in the Supreme Court of Victoria in the Australian state of Victoria. He was educated at Xavier College, Kew. He is the son of the late Desmond Whelan, the inaugural Chief Judge of the County Court of Victoria.
Martin Edward Whelan III is an American lawyer, legal activist and political commentator. Whelan's legal career included clerking for Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and deputy assistant attorney general during the George W. Bush administration. Since 2004, he has served as the president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, a conservative think tank "dedicated to applying the Judeo-Christian moral tradition to critical issues of public policy".
Paul T. Jordan is an American physician and Democratic Party politician who served as the 37th Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey. He succeeded interim mayor Charles K. Krieger. Being 30 years old at the time of his election, Jordan is the youngest mayor in the history of Jersey City.
Francis C. Whelan was a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Central District of California and the United States District Court for the Southern District of California.
James Whelan, O.P. was the second Roman Catholic Bishop of Nashville (1860–1864).
Máire Rita Whelan is an Irish judge who has served as a Judge of the Court of Appeal since June 2017. Her appointment to the Court of Appeal was considered extremely controversial. She previously served as the Attorney General of Ireland from 2011 to 2017; she was the first woman to hold the office.
Thomas Joseph Whelan was an American football player who played one season with the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National Football League. He played college football at The Catholic University of America.
Mark Alwin Clements (b. 1949) is an Australian botanist and orchidologist. He obtained his doctorate at the Australian National University defending his thesis entitled Reproductive Biology in relation to phylogeny of the Orchidaceae, especially the tribe Diurideae.