Tobin

Tobin (Gaelic;Tóibín, from the Norman surname; de St. Aubyn) is an Irish surname, and may refer to:

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Louise Tobin
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Liam Tobin
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Tobin - Other Uses
... The Breitmeyer-Tobin Building, also known as the Tobin building Gilbert + Tobin, Australian law fim Mundell–Tobin effect, concerning interest ...
Louise Tobin - Career
... In 1932 Tobin won a CBS Radio Talent Contest and, after touring with society dance orchestras in Texas, joined Art Hicks and his Orchestra in 1934 ... trumpet for Hicks and a year later, on May 4, 1935, Tobin and James were married ... Tobin brought Frank Sinatra to James' attention in 1939 after hearing Sinatra sing on the radio ...
Liam Tobin - Henry Wilson
... Coogan Mackay have examined Tobin's involvement in the assassination of British Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson Wilson's public tirades about Michael ... In May 1922 Collins told Tobin "We'll kill a member of that bunch" to the news of "bloody pogroms" in Belfast ... Just before the shooting, Coogan places Tobin in London ...