Mary F. Clare
May 6, 1829, Dublin, Ireland.
June 5, 1899, Leamington, United Kingdom.
Leamington Cemetery, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England.
Cusack’s father was Samuel Cusack, a Dublin physician. After leaving the Catholic church, she lectured extensively on Protestantism. Her works include:
- Hymns for Children by a Religious of the Holy Order of the Poor Clares (London: 1862)
- The Patriot’s History of Ireland, 1869
- Life of Daniel O’Connell, the Liberator. (New York & Montreal: 1872)
- Cloister Songs and Hymns for Children (London & Dublin: 1881)
- The Present Case of Ireland Plainly Stated (New York: P. J. Kennedy, 1881)
- Tim Carty’s Trial; or, Whistling at Landlords, 1886
- The Nun of Kenmare: An Autobiography, 1889
- The Story of My Life
- The Black Pope: A History of the Jesuits (London: 1896?)