|Name Thomas Allin|
Education Trinity College, Dublin
Thomas Allin (1838–1909) was an Anglo-Irish clergyman, a writer on Universalism, also known for botanical research.
He was born at Midleton, County Cork, Ireland. He graduated B.A. at Trinity College, Dublin in 1859, and took orders in the Church of Ireland. After a succession of curacies, he left for England in 1877.
In his activity as naturalist he had Isaac Carroll (1828–1880) as collaborator. His surveys resulted in The Flowering Plants and Ferns of the County Cork (1883)