Thomas Campbell (1733 - 1795):
Cleric, Church of Ireland
Thomas Campbell was born in Glack, County Tyrone, and was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. He became a clergyman and visited London, where he met Dr Johnson and is mentioned by Boswell. He wrote many controversial works, including A Philosophical Survey of the South of Ireland, which adopts an Englishman for its narrator. He became Chancellor of St McCartan's, and his diary was published posthumously in 1854.