Máirín Lynch
Máirín Lynch
Máirín Lynch was the wife of the fourth Taoiseach of Ireland Jack Lynch. Máirín O'Connor was born in Dublin in 1916. Her father was a naval doctor lost at sea during the first World War; her mother worked for the Dublin Industrial Development Association. She met her future hisband Jack Lynch, a star on both the Cork senior hurling and football teams, in the early 1940s. The couple married on August 10, 1946.
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  • 2004
    Age 87
    Máirín Lynch died in Dublin on June 8, 2004.
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  • 1966
    Age 49
    Jack Lynch later served as a government minister throughout the 1950s, before rising to the position of Fianna Fáil leader and Taoiseach in 1966.
    More Details Hide Details It was only after consultation with his wife that Lynch allowed his name to go forward to succeed Seán Lemass. From that moment on, Máirín Lynch became a highly recognised and respected member in the public eye. She was ever-present at her husband's side and was a trusted confidante and steady influence on him, particularly during the Arms Crisis.
  • 1946
    Age 29
    The couple married on August 10, 1946.
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  • 1916
    Born on August 14, 1916.
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