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Patrick Cogan (23 October 1903 – 5 January 1977) was an Irish politician. A farmer by profession, he was first elected to Dáil Éireann at the 1938 general election as an independent Teachta Dála (TD) for the Wicklow constituency.[1] At the 1943 general election he was elected as a Clann na Talmhan TD for Wicklow and he was re-elected at the 1944 general election. He left Clann na Talmhan in 1946 and at the 1948 general election he was again elected as an independent TD. He lost his seat at the 1954 general election but was subsequently elected to the 8th Seanad on the Agricultural Panel as an independent. He was defeated at the 1957 Seanad election.[2] References ^ "Mr. Patrick Cogan". Oireachtas Members Database. http://www.oireachtas.ie/members-hist/default.asp?housetype=0&HouseNum=10&MemberID=188&ConstID=184. Retrieved 7 April 2009.  ^ "Patrick Cogan". ElectionsIreland.org. http://electionsireland.org/candidate.cfm?ID=1944. Retrieved 7 April 2009.  v · d · e« 7th Seanad «   Members of the 8th Seanad Éireann (1954–1957) » 9th Seanad » Cathaoirleach Patrick Baxter (CnaT)  • Leader of the Seanad name (party) Administrative Panel Gerry L'Estrange (FG) • James McGee (??) • John L. O'Sullivan (FG) • Margaret Mary Pearse (FF) • Thomas Ruane (FF) • Patrick Teehan (FF) • Louis Walsh (??) Agricultural Panel Patrick Baxter (CnaT) • Patrick Cogan (Ind) • Bernard Commons (CnaT) • John Mannion, Snr (FG) • James J. McCrea (Lab) • William O'Callaghan (??) • Patrick O'Reilly (FF) • Timothy O'Sullivan (FF) • Mícheál Prendergast (??) • William Quirke (??) • John Donnelly Sheridan (??) Cultural and Educational Panel James Crosbie (FG) • Michael ffrench-O'Carroll (Ind) • Eamonn Kissane (FF) • Liam Ó Buachalla (FF) • Thomas J. O'Connell (Lab) Industrial and Commercial Panel Denis Burke (FG) • Andrew Clarkin (FF) • Mary Davidson (Lab) • Jane Dowdall (FF) • Seán Hartney (FF) • John Lynch (FG) • Peter Lynch (??) • Edward McGuire (Ind) • Matthew Smith (FF) Labour Panel Richard Anthony (Ind) • John Butler (Lab) • Victor Carton (FG) • Patrick Crowley (Lab) • Frederick Hawkins (??) • Seán Hayes (FF) • Liam Kelly (Ind) • Dominick Murphy (Lab) • Frank Purcell (??) • Seán Ruane (??) • Patrick Tierney (Lab) National University of Ireland Henry Barniville (Ind) • Roger McHugh (Ind) • George O'Brien (Ind) University of Dublin William Fearon (Ind) • Owen Sheehy-Skeffington (Ind) • William Bedell Stanford (Ind) Nominated by the Taoiseach Patrick Bergin (Lab) • Arthur Cox (??) • James Douglas (Ind) • Henry Eustace Guinness (??) • Michael Hayes (FG) • James Hickey (Lab) • John Meighan (CnaT) • Frank J. Hugh O'Donnell (??) • Patrick O'Gorman (FG) • James Reidy (FG) • James Tunney (Lab) Elected or nominated later 1954 John Douglas (??) • 1956 Seamus Bohan (Ind) • James O'Keeffe (FG) • Joseph Sheridan (Ind) • William Woods (??) FF: Fianna Fáil • FG: Fine Gael • CnaT: Clann na Talmhan • Lab: Labour Party • Ind: Independent •  ??: Unknown party Persondata Name Cogan, Patrick Alternative names Short description Date of birth 23 October 1903 Place of birth Date of death 5 January 1977 Place of death This article about a politician from Ireland is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e