Lynch, Celia (1908–1989)
Lynch, Celia (1908–1989)
Irish politician. Born Celia Quinn, 1908, in Kinvara, Co. Galway, Ireland; died June 16, 1989; m. Dr. James B. Lynch (TD, Dublin South, 1932–48, senator, 1951–54); children: 2 daughters, 5 sons.
Began career as a teacher in Dublin vocational schools; following death of husband, won a seat as a Fianna Fáil repre-sentative to the 15th and 16th Dáil (1954–61) for Dublin South Central; returned to 17th-20th Dáil for Dublin North Central (1961–77); was assistant government whip (1957–73) and assistant Fianna Fáil whip in opposition (1973–77); served on the Consultative Assembly of Council of Europe (1967–69); retired (1977).
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