Arts and Film
William Desmond Taylor
(1872-1922) - Hollywood Film Director., Born in The Elms Carlow
- (1901-1966) - Legendry Cartoon Creator.
- (1853-1888 ) - Artist., Born in Dublin Street, Carlow
- (b1958) - Dancer & Choreographer. (Michael
and Eilish Flatley left Furteen, county Sligo, in 1947 to make a new
life for themselves in America. They settled on the southwest side of
Chicago and began raising a family that would eventually grow to include
five children. The second child, a son named Michael Ryan, was born on
July 16, 1958. He was only four years old when his grandmother, a dancer
from Carlow (and a Leinster champion) taught him his first Irish dance
- (b1951) Hollywood Actor.
- James McCudden
- (1896-1918) - World War 1 Flying Ace.
- Myles W. Keogh
- ( 1840-1876) - A Soldier of Fortune.
- Field-Marshall Viscount
- (1833-1913) - Famous British Military Leader. Born in Dublin
- John Lucas
Recipient of the Victoria Cross.
- John Lyons
(1823-1867) - Recipient of the Victoria Cross.
- Patrick Robert Reid
- (1910-1991) - Colditz Escapee.
- Joseph Kennedy -
(1887-1982) - Private to Colonel in U.S. Army.
- (1795-1868) and Margaret Breen (nee Bulger)
- (1806-1874) Survivors of the Donner Pass.
and her daughter,
Mary Burgess (1829-1898) - Deportees from Tullow to Tasmania.
- (1831-1889) - A Limbless Legend.
- (1881-1963) - British Member of Parliament.
- (b1939) - Canadian Prime Minister.
James Wynne - (1841-1908) - Prospector &
Sir John Kingsmill Robert Thorp (1912-1961) Knight
Edward Murphy - (1818-1896) - Canadian Senator.
Born in Carlow
Pierce Butler - (1744-1822) - Signatory of
American Constitution. Born in Carlow
- (1839-1900) - Gold Digger & Lawyer.
- (1874-1957) - Judge & Women's Rights Activist.
Peter Doyle - (1844- ?) -
Secretary of State, Wisconsin. U.S.A.
- Tom Nowlan
- (1875-1965) - King of the Road Runners.
- Catherine Nolan
- (1868-?) From Maid to Millionaire in Michigan.
- Henry (1898-1966) and Margaret Rudkin (nee Fogarty) (
1897-1967) - American Businesswoman and Famous Bakers.
- Frederick York Wolseley
- (1837-1899) - Car Manufacture.
Pen and Print
- James Murphy -
(1839-1921) - A Forgotten Carlow Novelist. Born in Carlow.
- Murphy, James (1839-1921), novelist. Born in Carlow,
he was Professor of Mathematics at the Catholic University in Dublin He
wrote a number of novels and collections of stories from a nationalist
standpoint including Convict No. 25 (1883), The Forge of Clohogue
(1885), Hugh Roach the Ribbonman (1887), and The Shan Van Vocht (1889).
- Owen J. Wister
- (1860-1938) - Author of The Virginian.
- Peter Fenelon Collier
- (1849-1909) - Newspaper & Book Publisher.
- Margaret E. Ward
(b1968) - Author & Journalist.
Mulhall - (1832-1899) and Michael Mulhall
- (1836-1900) Newspaper Publishers in Argentina.
- George Bernard Shaw
- Dramatist & Critic.
- Nora Naish
- (1915-) - Medical Doctor & Author.
Science and Medicine
- John Tyndall
- (1820-1893) - World Acclaimed Scientist &
- Patrick Murphy -
(1784-1847) - The Weather Prophet.
- Joseph Byrne
- (1870-1945) - New York Surgent & Lawyer.
- Samuel Haughton
- (1821-1897) - Perfected the Hangman's Knot.
Francis Spellman - (1889-1967)
- Patrick Francis Moran
- (1830-1911) -
Australia's First Cardinal.
- Terence Cooke
- (1921-1983) -
Archbishop of New York - A Future Saint?
The Third World
- Sister Theresa Dillon
- (?) - A Missionary with a Cause.
- Philip Walshe
- (1918-1987) - A Career in the Third World.
- John O'Gorman
(Bishop) - (1866-1935) - An Academic Who Chose the Missions.
- Brother Boniface Carroll
- (1877-1958) - Superior General of Patrician Order.
- Brother Francis Redmond
- (1999) - Established Famous School in Kenya.
- John O'Shea
- (b1917) - Founder of GOAL (GOAL
is an International Humanitarian Organisation)
- (b1970) - Liverpool & Irish International Soccer Player
- (?) - UK Based Horse Trainer
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