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Robert Malachy Burke (aka "Bobby") (1907 – 20 September 1998) was a noted Christian Socialist and philanthropist. He was born into a landed Church of Ireland family at Ballydugan, Loughrea, County Galway. He was active (alongside his wife, Ann Grattan of Belfast) in a variety of organisations in the fields of community development, co-operativism, peace activism, religion, and politics.At Toghermore, Tuam (the birthplace of his mother, Ethel Maud Henry), where he came to live following his parents’ separation, he established an innovative co-operative farm.

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  • Robert Malachy Burke (aka "Bobby") (1907 – 20 September 1998) was a noted Christian Socialist and philanthropist. He was born into a landed Church of Ireland family at Ballydugan, Loughrea, County Galway. He was active (alongside his wife, Ann Grattan of Belfast) in a variety of organisations in the fields of community development, co-operativism, peace activism, religion, and politics.At Toghermore, Tuam (the birthplace of his mother, Ethel Maud Henry), where he came to live following his parents’ separation, he established an innovative co-operative farm.
  • Robert Malachy Burke (aka "Bobby") (1907 – 20 de septiembre 1998) fue un socialista cristiano y filántropo irlandesa. Era aborigen de Ballydugan, Loughrea, Condado de Galway, dentro de una consolidada familia anglicana de la Iglesia de Irlanda. Como político del Partido Laborista, se ubicó en el Galway County Council, pero a pesar ser votado con fuerza en la circunscripción de Galway Este, en una serie de elecciones, no fue elegido miembro de la Dáil Éireann. En 1948, entró al Seanad Éireann participando del Panel de Agricultura, y resignó su asiento el 6 de diciembre de 1950.
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  • Robert Malachy Burke (aka "Bobby") (1907 – 20 September 1998) was a noted Christian Socialist and philanthropist. He was born into a landed Church of Ireland family at Ballydugan, Loughrea, County Galway. He was active (alongside his wife, Ann Grattan of Belfast) in a variety of organisations in the fields of community development, co-operativism, peace activism, religion, and politics.At Toghermore, Tuam (the birthplace of his mother, Ethel Maud Henry), where he came to live following his parents’ separation, he established an innovative co-operative farm. As a Labour Party representative, he sat on Galway County Council, but despite polling strongly in Galway East at a number of elections, he was not elected to the Dáil Éireann. He entered Seanad Éireann in 1948 through Agricultural Panel, but resigned his seat on 6 December 1950. Following the death of his mother, Bobby Burke gifted his property to the Irish health authorities for use in the struggle against tuberculosis, and, early in 1951, he took up a position as a development worker with an Anglican charity in Nigeria. Alongside his wife, he worked during the next decades with various agencies in Africa, before the couple retired to Belfast. He died in 1998.
  • Robert Malachy Burke (aka "Bobby") (1907 – 20 de septiembre 1998) fue un socialista cristiano y filántropo irlandesa. Era aborigen de Ballydugan, Loughrea, Condado de Galway, dentro de una consolidada familia anglicana de la Iglesia de Irlanda. Fue activo (junto a su esposa, Ann Grattan de Belfast) en una variedad de organizaciones en el campo de desarrollo de la comunidad, el cooperativismo, el pacifismo, la religión y la política.En Toghermore, Tuam (el lugar de nacimiento de su madre, Maud Ethel Henry), donde llegó a vivir después de la separación de sus padres, estableció una innovadora granja cooperativa. Como político del Partido Laborista, se ubicó en el Galway County Council, pero a pesar ser votado con fuerza en la circunscripción de Galway Este, en una serie de elecciones, no fue elegido miembro de la Dáil Éireann. En 1948, entró al Seanad Éireann participando del Panel de Agricultura, y resignó su asiento el 6 de diciembre de 1950. Tras la muerte de su madre, Bobby Burke donó su propiedad a las autoridades sanitarias irlandesas para su uso en la lucha contra la tuberculosis, y, a principios de 1951, tomó una posición como agente de desarrollo de Caridad Anglicana en Nigeria. Junto a su esposa, trabajaron en las siguientes décadas con diversos organismos en África, antes de que la pareja se retirase a Belfast. Murió en 1998.
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