File 2006 03 61 - Letter from Shevawn Lynam

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CA ON00389 3-1-2006 03 61

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Letter from Shevawn Lynam

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  • 1972 (Creation)

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(1920-2006)

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Teresa (Teasie or Tie) V. O’Neill was born in Warrenpoint, County Down, in 1920, the eighth child and third daughter of Patrick O’Neill and his second wife Brigid. Teresa studied at the University College of Dublin, where she graduated with her BA in History and English in 1941, her Honours Diploma in Education in 1942, and her MA, for which she was awarded First Class Honours in Modern Irish History, in 1943. After graduating, she moved back to Warrenpoint, where she taught at Sacred Heart Grammar School in Newry. In 1959 she married Arthur O’Neill and moved to Limerick (Republic of Ireland), where she taught at Ard Scoil Mhuire (St. Mary’s Grammar School) for about twenty years. Teresa also led tutorials at the University of Limerick and worked with professors at the University College of Dublin until the last few years of her life. Teresa V. O’Neill died in 2006 near Limerick.

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File consists of a letter from Shevawn Lynam regarding her attempts to locate the appendix to O'Neill's thesis.

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