From Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714. Originally published by University of Oxford, Oxford, 1891.
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s. Thomas, of Wells, Somerset, sacerd. Lincoln Coll., matric. 25 Nov., 1631, aged 16; B.A. 1634, M.A. 24 Jan., 1636-7, created D.D. Trinity Coll., Dublin, chaplain of James, Marquis of Ormond, prebendary of Christ Church, Dublin, 1642, and precentor 1647, prebendary of Kilkenny 1643, dean of Cork 1643, vicar of Harwell, Berks, 1654, bishop of Killaloe and Achonry 1661, until his death 23 July, 1663. See Ath. iv. 821; Fasti, i. 473; & Cotton’s Fasti Ecc. Hib.
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Henry Hall (1615 – 1663) was an English Anglican priest in Ireland in the seventeenth century.
A native of Wells, Somerset, he was educated at Lincoln College, Oxford. He was Chaplain to James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormonde. He became a Prebendary of Ossory in 1642, and Precentor of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin in 1647. He was appointed Dean of Cork in 1643; Vicar of Harwell, Oxfordshire (then Berkshire) in the following year; and Bishop of Killala and Achonry in 1661, a post he held until his death on 23 July 1663.