Molloy, James Lyman 19.aug.1837-4.feb.1909 Ireland Kings County (now County Offaly), Cornalaur - England Buckinghamshire, Hambleden
barrister of law, amateur musician, studied in Ware, MA from the Roman Catholic University in Dublin, at London University and in Europe, 1863 secretary to the british attorney-general Sir John Holker, 1889 chamberlain to Pope Leo XIII, 1875 residing in London Kensington, 1880-1909 residing at Wooleys Cottage in Hambleden with housekeeper, housemaid, kitchenmaid, footman, wife and three children, he was member of the South-Eastern Circuit, Brighton Sessions and Middle Temple ; eldest son of Kedo Molloy Esq. ; he married the youngest daughter of Henry Baskerville Esq. of Crowsley Park, Lord of the Manor of Shiplake and deputy-lieutenant for the County of Oxford: Florence Baskerville (Oxfordshire, Crowsley Park/Shiplake 1854-), children: Brian B (Kensington 1875-), Maurice T (Kensington 1876-) and Marie Clarice (Hambleden 1880-)

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Love's old sweet song. Mezzo-soprano and piano
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