Bodkin may refer to:

  • One of the fourteen Tribes of Galway
  • Bodkin point, a type of arrowhead
  • Bodkin needle, a blunt slender instrument with a large eye for drawing tape or ribbon through a loop or hem.

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Matthias Mc Donnell Bodkin - Writings
... Bodkin was a prolific author, in a wide range of genres, including history, novels (contemporary and historical), plays, and political campaigning texts ... Bodkin earned a place in the history of the detective novel by virtue of his invention of the first detective family ... In the following year Bodkin’s creation Dora Myrl, the lady detective, made her first appearance ...
Thomas Bodkin - Biography
... Bodkin was born in Dublin, the eldest son of Matthias McDonnell Bodkin, a nationalist journalist, judge and Member of Parliament ... With the death of Lane in the sinking of the RMS Lusitania in 1915 Bodkin was charged with ensuring that Lane's collection of art was displayed in Dublin - a dispute that would only ... Bodkin left the legal profession in 1916 to become a Governor of the National Gallery of Ireland, being appointed Director in 1927 ...
Bodkin - People
... Edward Bodkin, an American cutter Matt Bodkin (born 1968), an English football player Matthias McDonnell Bodkin (1850-1933), an Irish MP, author, journalist, newspaper editor ... Wodehouse John Bodkin Adams (1899-1983), a British doctor and suspected serial killer ...
Archibald Bodkin - Career
... Bodkin soon established a reputation as a hard and meticulous worker, and was particularly noted for his preparation of indictments—prior to the ... Recorder (a part-time judge) of the Borough of Dover (succeeding his uncle, Sir Harry Bodkin Poland) ... Fortunately for Bodkin, the Attorney-General, Sir Patrick Hastings, took responsibility for the failure of the case ...
Thomas Bodkin
... Professor Thomas Patrick Bodkin (July 21, 1887 – April 24, 1961) was an Irish lawyer, art historian, art collector and curator ... Bodkin was Director of the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin from 1927 to 1935 and founding Director of the Barber Institute of Fine Arts in Birmingham ...