William Francis Casey


William Francis Casey (2 May 1884 – 20 April 1957) was a journalist and newspaper editor, notably spending most of his working life employed by British newspaper, The Times. He first took employment as a sub-editor shortly before World War I, remaining with the paper until 1952.[1] He was educated at Castleknock College and Trinity College Dublin.

William Francis Casey
Born
William Francis Casey

(1884-05-02)2 May 1884
Cape Town, Cape Colony
Died20 April 1957(1957-04-20) (aged 72)
London, England
EducationTrinity College, Dublin
OccupationJournalist and editor
Spouse(s)Amy Gertrude Pearson-Gee

References


  1. Robbins, A. P., "Casey, William Francis (1884–1957)", rev. Marc Brodie, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 Accessed 29 April 2014.
Media offices
Preceded by
Robert Barrington-Ward
Deputy Editor of The Times
19411948
Succeeded by
Donald Tyerman
Preceded by
Robert Barrington-Ward
Editor of The Times
1948–1952
Succeeded by
William Haley