Ignatius Brocard, S.J. (60 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: Bp James Oliver of Chicago introducing priest wishing to enter Society (includes note by Abp Francis Kenrick of Baltimore) 12/5/1851; 2 from Barbelin on misc. re St. Joseph's, Philadelphia 12/5 & 22/1851; Pallhuber on income from Richmond pew auction 12/8/1851; AMsS agreement between Bp McGill and Brocard on German congregation in Richmond 12/15/1851; Abp Kenrick on observation of Council of Baltimore re female confessions 12/15/1851; 2 from Vicinanza on leaving Society 12/18/1851 and undated; Wm. Murphy, SJ, Vice Provincial of Missouri on misc. personnel 12/20/1851; Beckx on misc. 12/21/1851; 5 from Georg Schnurrer, SJ on health 8/9, 10/28, 11/2, & 12/23/1851 (one undated); Clarke on Vicinanza, location of Baltimore college on lot at Eutaw and Gorman or Pratt and Greene 12/23/1851; 2 from Ciampi on events at Holy Cross 12/27 & 29/1851; James Moore, SJ asking preachers for Jubilee at St. Thomas Manor 12/31/1851; Gustav Eck, SJ on income of Holy Trinity Boston Dec 1851; AMs notes on European Jesuits sent to American missions (undated). Also includes ALS from Paresce to S. Barber on fire at Frederick Novitiate 12/5/1851; from Sheerin to S. Barber on same, quality of novices 12/8/1851.**Former finding aid locations: 119_72_13; 219K1-219K16**
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Archives of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus (GTM.119); Box 13; Folder 19;
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