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Charles Villiers Stanford was a composer, conductor, and teacher of music.  He spent his childhood in Dublin enjoying many opportunities to hear concerts and performances with his parents, both amateur musicians.  He attended Cambridge University before studying under composers in Leipzig and Germany.  Stanford composed music of his own and taught at the Royal College of Music in London.

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The Right Honorable Gerald FitzGibbon was a lawyer and judge, who shared both his name and profession with his father and his son. A graduate of the University of Dublin, he served in several prominent legal positions, including Law Adviser to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Solicitor General of Ireland, Lord Justice of the Irish Court of Appeal.

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Turlough O’Carolan, who went by Carolan, was a harpist and composer in Ireland. He was born around 1670 in County Meath and moved to Ballyfornan with his family when his father was hired by the MacDermott family. Mrs. MacDermott provided for Carolan’s education, including lessons in music and poetry. Despite a bout of smallpox that left him blind around age 18, Carolan became an itinerant musician. Soon, he began composing, creating a musical legacy. You can hear some of his melodies here.

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In the Silver Spring Presbyterian Churchyard, previous pastors still watch over the flock.

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