Ignatius Brocard, S.J. (43 of 83)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Brocard, Ignatius, 1793-1852
Jesuits. Maryland Province
Contains ALS to Brocard from: Anthony Ciampi, SJ with thanks for retreat 7/21/1850; Pallhuber on German congregation in Richmond, recommendation of permanent Society presence there 7/5/1850; 2 from German Congregation of Richmond requesting Society charge of church, retention of Pallhuber 7/18 & 8/15/1850; 2 from Matthew Sanders, SJ on state of White Marsh, charge of Marlboro church 7/18 & 9/30/1850; Pacciarini asking to be sent to Georgetown 7/21/1850; J.M. Glover on wish to enter novitiate 7/22/1850; Early on misc. 7/22/1850; Dietz on death of Combs, problems in relations with Wheeling See 7/22/1850; Elet on unauthorized departure of priest from Missouri Province to Maryland Province 7/23/1850; Dougherty on administration of Newtown 7/29/1850. Also includes ALS: from Hugh C. Healy to G. Fenwick on Patrick Healy's determination to enter Society 7/6/1850; from Angelo Paresce, SJ to S. Barber on death of William Tehan in Potomac 7/7/1850; from H. Charmillot, SJ to S. Barber on former's recall to Europe 7/19/1850; from I. Luers, SJ to Blox on visitor to Blox from Cincinnati 7/27/1850; from Thomas McNerhany, SJ to S. Barber on Georgetown College Exhibition, misc. including new gas lighting at Georgetown; 2 from McElroy to G. Fenwick on retreats, misc. 7/8 & Aug/1850.**Former finding aid locations: 119_71_13; 218R1-218R16**
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