Timothy Brecknock (c. 1719–1786) was an eccentric lawyer and writer. After studying at Oxford and Lincoln’s Inn, he embarked on a career in London that was mired in controversy. In later life, along with his master, George Robert FitzGerald, he was executed for conspiracy to murder, in Castlebar, County Mayo in 1786.

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  • Timothy Brecknock (c. 1719–1786) was an eccentric lawyer and writer. After studying at Oxford and Lincoln’s Inn, he embarked on a career in London that was mired in controversy. In later life, along with his master, George Robert FitzGerald, he was executed for conspiracy to murder, in Castlebar, County Mayo in 1786. (en)
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  • Timothy Brecknock (c. 1719–1786) was an eccentric lawyer and writer. After studying at Oxford and Lincoln’s Inn, he embarked on a career in London that was mired in controversy. In later life, along with his master, George Robert FitzGerald, he was executed for conspiracy to murder, in Castlebar, County Mayo in 1786. (en)
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