Francis Dzierozynski, S.J. (2 of 16)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Dzierozynski, Franciszek, 1779-1850
Jesuits. Maryland Province
Contains ALS: from Rev. R.B. Hardey to Dzierozynski asking readmission 1/1/1840; from Rev. John McCaffrey to G. Fenwick on application for admission to seminary, death of Wm. McSherry 1/2/1840; 2 from Grivel to Lancaster on misc. including impending loss of Paradise on death of Mrs. Brandt 1/4 & 6/1840, on flourishing of Georgetown under Lopez 2/29/1840; 2 from B. Fenwick to G. Fenwick on death of McSherry, proliferation of music schools 1/17 & 3/13/1840; circular from Roothaan on instructions 2/5/1840; from Bp Conwell to McElroy asking private meeting re Lancaster mission 2/12/1840; from Abp Eccleston to Dzierozynski on misc. including robbery of Baltimore church, death of McSherry 2/14/1840; list of Frs. and Bros. whose time for degrees as passed 2/28/1840; from Dzierozynski to Lancaster on Cary's health 2/28/1840; from Bally to Dzierozynski describing reburial of Corvin 3/3/1840; from Dzierozynski to McElroy on misc. 3/9/1840; from McElroy to Dzierozynski on misc. 3/31/1840; from Dzierozynski to ? confirming appntmnt as Provincial 4/22/1840; from Jennessaux to Grivel on latter's projected history of Maryland 4/23/1840; from Dzierozynski to Lopez announcing Ryder as Vice Rector of Georgetown 4/30/1840.**Former finding aid locations: 119_67_11; 213Z1-213Z11**
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