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Auditors of the L&H Society, University College Dublin 1855-2010:[1]

  • 1855-1856   
  • 1856-1857    Henry S. Bethell
  • 1857-1858    Augustus P. Bethell
  • 1858-1859    Hugh Hyacinth MacDermot
  • 1859-1860    Richard Fennelly
  • 1861-1862    Philip Farrelly
  • 1862-1863    John Kean
  • 1863-1864    John Butler
  • 1864-1865    Morgan B. Kavanagh
  • 1865-1866    Robert Wogan MacDonnell
  • 1866-1867    Patrick J. O'Connor
  • 1867-1868    Charles Dawson
  • 1868-1869    N. J. Gossan
  • 1869-1870    William Dillon
  • 1870-1871    George Fottrell
  • 1871-1872    Michael Charles Aughney
  • 1872-1873    Michael Francis Cox
  • 1873-1874    Michael O'Meara
  • 1874-1875    John Dillon[2]
  • 1875-1876    Gerald Griffin
  • 1876-1877    John Francis O'Carroll
  • 1877-1878    Michael Duff
  • 1878-1879    Ignatius O'Brien
  • 1880-1881    J. D. McFeeley
  • 1882-1883    Joseph McGrath
  • 1883-1884    The Reverend Thomas A Finlay, S. J.
  • 1884-1885    Robert Donovan
  • 1885-1886    Edmund Young
  • 1886-1887    Joseph J. Farrell
  • 1887-1888    Patrick Lennox
  • 1888-1889    William Magennis
  • 1889-1890    John F. W. Howley
  • 1890-1891    Luke Nolan
  • 1897-1898    Charles Griffin / Francis Skeffington
  • 1898-1899    Thomas M. Kettle[3]
  • 1899-1900    Arthur E. Clery
  • 1900-1901    Hugh Kennedy[4]
  • 1901-1902    Robert Kinahan
  • 1902-1903    William Dawson
  • 1903-1904    John P. Doyle
  • 1904-1905    Richard Sheehy
  • 1905-1906    Thomas F. Bacon
  • 1906-1907    Francis Cruise O'Brien
  • 1907-1908    Maurice Healy
  • 1908-1909    Thomas Bodkin
  • 1909-1910    Michael McGilligan
  • 1910-1911    Michael Davitt
  • 1911-1912    John A. Ronayne / Patrick McGilligan[5]
  • 1912-1913    Arthur Cox
  • 1913-1914    Michael J. Ryan
  • 1914-1915    James R. MacDonnell
  • 1915-1916    James G. O'Connor
  • 1916-1917    Joseph Mooney
  • 1917-1918    H. Garrett McGrath
  • 1918-1919    Thomas F. Aird
  • 1919-1920    Daniel Binchy
  • 1920-1921    John Farrell
  • 1921-1922    James Skehan
  • 1922-1923    David H. Travers
  • 1923-1924    John Charles Flood
  • 1924-1925    Bernard J. M. MacKenna
  • 1925-1926    Anthony J. Malone / Richard K. Boylan
  • 1926-1927    Patrick Byrne
  • 1927-1928    John J. Nash
  • 1928-1929    Thomas A. O'Rourke
  • 1929-1930    William Binchy / Thomas A. O'Rourke / Robert Dudley Edwards[6]
  • 1930-1931    John Kent
  • 1931-1932    Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh[7]
  • 1932-1933    James Meenan
  • 1933-1934    Vivion deValera[5]
  • 1934-1935    R. N. Cooke
  • 1935-1936    Desmond Bell
  • 1936-1937    Vincent Grogan[8]
  • 1937-1938    Richard Walsh
  • 1938-1939    Thomas F. O'Higgins[4]
  • 1939-1940    Tomas P. Ó Siaghail
  • 1940-1941    Patrick N. Meenan[9]
  • 1941-1942    Frank Roe[4]
  • 1942-1943    Francis Meenan
  • 1943-1944    Richard Cremins / Peter Hogbin
  • 1944-1945    Walter Treanor
  • 1945-1946    Eamonn Walsh
  • 1946-1947    Frank Martin
  • 1947-1948    Kevin Burke
  • 1948-1949    Patrick J. O'Kelly
  • 1949-1950    Patrick J. Connolly
  • 1950-1951    Richard Ryan
  • 1951-1952    Dermot Ryan
  • 1952-1953    Diarmuid Ó Sioradain
  • 1953-1954    Gerard Sheehy
  • 1954-1955    Micheal Ó Riain
  • 1955-1956    Henry Kennedy
  • 1956-1957    Desmond P. H. Windle
  • 1957-1958    Myles McSwiney
  • 1958-1959    Owen Dudley Edwards
  • 1959-1960    Brian McSwiney
  • 1960-1961    Dermot Bouchier Hayes
  • 1961-1962    Desmond J. Green
  • 1962-1963    Louis B. Courtney
  • 1963-1964    Anthony W. Clare[10]
  • 1964-1965    Patrick Cosgrave[11]
  • 1965-1966    Henry Crawley
  • 1966-1967    Anthony D. Glavin[12] / J Harold Owens
  • 1967-1968    Henry F. Kelly
  • 1968-1969    Dermot Gleeson[13]
  • 1969-1970    Gerald Barry
  • 1970-1971    Mary E. Finlay
  • 1971-1972    Declan O'Donovan
  • 1972-1973    Adrian Hardiman[14]
  • 1973-1974    Kevin Cross
  • 1974-1975    J. Gerard Danaher
  • 1975-1976    Michael Moloney
  • 1976-1977    Paul O'Higgins
  • 1977-1978    Frank Callanan
  • 1978-1979    Maev-Ann Wren
  • 1979-1980    Gerard Stembridge
  • 1980-1981    Charles Meenan
  • 1981-1982    Laurence Ward
  • 1982-1983    Cormac Lucey
  • 1983-1984    Shane Murphy
  • 1984-1985    Dermot Meagher / Isobel Murray
  • 1985-1986    Eamon Delaney
  • 1986-1987    Richard Humphreys
  • 1987-1988    Denise McDonald
  • 1988-1989    Oliver O'Brien
  • 1989-1990    Jason A. Devitt
  • 1990-1991    Pat O'Keeffe
  • 1991-1992    Sinéad E. Canning
  • 1992-1993    Marcus Dowling
  • 1993-1994    Tabitha Wood
  • 1994-1995    Padraig Francis; Dara O'Briain[15]
  • 1995-1996    Ian Walsh
  • 1996-1997    Alastair McMenamin
  • 1997-1998    Tom Wright
  • 1998-1999    Barry M. Ward
  • 1999-2000    Patrick E. Smyth
  • 2000-2001    J. Paul Brady
  • 2001-2002    Brian Flanagan
  • 2002-2003    Jarlath Regan
  • 2003-2004    Ciaran Lawlor
  • 2004-2005    Frank Kennedy
  • 2005-2006    Louisa Ni Eadeain
  • 2006-2007    Ross McGuire; David O'Connor
  • 2007-2008    Michael MacGrath
  • 2008-2009    Ian Hastings
  • 2009-2010    Conor McAndrew
  • 2010-2011    Niall Fahy

ReferencesEdit

  1. List of auditors from UCD. Retrieved: 2010-09-03.
  2. "UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LITERARY SOCIETY; "IRISH NATIONAL IDEALS AND CONCILIATION." SPEECHES BY MR. DILLON, M.P., AND MR. T. W. RUSSELL, M.P.". The Irish Times. 11 November 1904. http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1562709072&sid=2&Fmt=1&clientId=13279&RQT=309&VName=HNP. Retrieved 6 September 2010. 
  3. "An Irish nationalist and our first European". The Irish Times. 4 September 2006. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/opinion/2006/0904/1156791362914.html. Retrieved 6 September 2010. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Slattery, Finbarr (23 October 2003). "The late great Frank Roe was a legend in his own lifetime". The Kingdom. http://www.the-kingdom.ie/news/story/?trs=kfkfausnid. Retrieved 8 September 2010. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 "President's son wins". Irish Independent. 1 June 1933. 
  6. "Puritanism as a Literary Force - University College Debate". The Irish Times. 2 December 1929. http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1392994192&sid=2&Fmt=1&clientId=13279&RQT=309&VName=HNP. Retrieved 5 September 2010. 
  7. "University College Dublin - The Literary and Historical Society". The Irish Times. 19 December 1931. http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1408481102&sid=3&Fmt=1&clientId=13279&RQT=309&VName=HNP. Retrieved 5 September 2010. 
  8. "Vincent Grogan SC". The Irish Times. 09 September 1997. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/opinion/1997/0922/97092200098.html. Retrieved 5 September 2010. 
  9. "Pioneering physician who worked on polio vaccine". The Irish Times. 07 July 2008. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/obituaries/2008/0719/1216398982730.html. Retrieved 6 September 2010. 
  10. "Anthony Clare - Psychiatrist and broadcaster whose probing interviews with the famous made him a celebrity in his own right". The Times. 31 October 2007. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/obituaries/article2773500.ece. Retrieved 5 September 2010. 
  11. "First rate brain that loved to provoke". The Irish Times. 22 September 2001. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/obituaries/2001/0922/01092200107.html. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  12. "A poet and a noted professor of music". The Irish Times. 11 November 2006. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/obituaries/2006/1125/1164236604142.html. Retrieved 6 September 2010. 
  13. "Gleeson to be next AIB chairman". The Irish Times. 10 October 2002. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2002/1009/1033174046879.html. Retrieved 6 September 2010. 
  14. Leahy, Pat (8 February 2004). "Four main candidates for position of Chief Justice". ThePost.ie. http://archives.tcm.ie/businesspost/2004/02/08/story768852161.asp. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  15. Davis, Laura (5 March 2010). "Dara O Briain talks stand-up and Mock the Week ahead of his sell-out Liverpool Empire gig". Liverpool Daily Post. http://www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/liverpool-life-features/liverpool-arts/2010/03/05/dara-o-briain-talks-stand-up-and-mock-the-week-ahead-of-his-sell-out-liverpool-empire-gig-92534-25966303/. Retrieved 5 September 2010. 
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