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Thomas Glynn (1881–1934)

Thomas Glynn

Thomas Glynn (1881-1934) journalist, dock labourer, Communist, gaoled IWW member Birth: reputedly on 1 April 1881 in Clough, Galway, Ireland, son of John Glynn (1849-1906), farmer, and Mary, née Touhy (1854-1883). Marriage: (1) 7 February 1905 at Johannesburg, South Africa, to Delia Rochford. They had one son and one daughter and divorced in about 1915. (2) 24 December 1931 at Coogee, Sydney, New South Wales, to native-born Alicia Faulkner (1887-1872)). They had one daughter. Death: 3 December...

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