A. M. Sullivan
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- A. M. Sullivan a.k.a. Alexander Martin Sullivan was an Irish Nationalist politician, lawyer and journalist from Bantry, County Cork.
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- A. M. Sullivan: Alexander Martin Sullivan, Serjeant-at-law was an Irish Lawyer, best known as the leading counsel for the defence in the 1916 treason trial of Roger Casement. He was the last barrister in either Ireland or England to hold the rank of Serjeant, hence his nickname The Last Serjeant.
- born on (144 years ago)
- profession: Barrister, lawyer
- died in (57 years ago)
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by Frank A. Biletz
In Bantry, the Sullivan family, including A. M. Sullivan (1829–1884), editor of the Nation, who had been a ...
by David Doughan, Peter Gordon
The central body of the LLL consisted of a remarkable collection of women, including Mrs Anne Deane, the president and John Dillon's cousin, Hannah Reynolds, Mary O'Connor, Mrs A. M. Sullivan and the secretaries, Anne Stritch, Nan Lynch ...
by Sidney Lee
A. M. Sullivan, and also acted as editor of ' Duffy's Hibernian Magazine,' a monthly publication ; but, with the restlessness which characterised him through ...
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