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Allen, William, 1597/8-1621, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 1597/8-26 June 1621

Alias Alano

Born 1597/8, Ireland
Entered 1617/8, Madrid, Spain - Toletanae Province (TOLE)
Died 26 June 1621, Oropesa, Spain - Toletanae Province (TOLE)

Banckes , John, 1682-1706, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 23 January 1682-31 October 1706

Alias Rivers

Born 23 January 1682, Co Kilkenny
Entered 12 September 1701, Villagarcía, Galicia, Spain - Castellanae Province (CAST)
Died 31 October 1706, Arévalo, Castile y León, Spain - Castellanae Province (CAST)

Fr Francis Finegan SJ :
Son of Raphael and Helena née Bryan
He was engaged in his theology studies at the Royal College, Salamanca, when he contracted consumption. He died at Arevolo, 31 October 1706. (Carta necrologica extant)

Barnewell, Luke, 1642-1668, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 1642-10 March 1668

Born 1642, Ireland
Entered 08 November 1661, Upper Rhenish Province (RH INF)
Died 10 March 1668, Köln, Germany

Fr Francis Finegan SJ :
Studied at Köln and was promoted to Minor Orders 08/04/1667, but died there the following year

Bohan, Edmund, 1862-1883, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 13 November 1862-24 July 1883

Born 13 November 1862, Co Limerick
Entered 18 September 1880, Milltown Park
Died 24 July 1883, St Patrick’s College, Melbourne, Australia

Early Irish Australian Mission 1882

HIB Menologies SJ :
1882 He was sent for Regency to Australia with John Flynn, both being delicate in health. He took his First Vows there in 1883, but died shortly afterwards at the Residence in Richmond, Melbourne 18/09/1880.

Bourke, John, d 1598, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • d 10 August 1598

Alias de Burgo

Entered 1596 - Castellanae Province (CAST)
Died 10 August 1598, Valladolid, Spain - Castellanae Province (CAST)

Fr Francis Finegan SJ :
John Bourke (alias de Burgo)
RIP noted as having taken place at Valladolid, 10/08/1598 : may have been an aspirant to the Society but not a member. His name is not found in any Catalogues of the time

Butler, Thomas, 1683-1712, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 18 March 1683-24 January 1712

Born 18 March 1683, Clonmel, Co Tipperary
Entered 28 October 1700, Watten, Belgium - Angliae Province (ANG)
Died 24 January 1712, Liège, France - Angliae Province (ANG)

Excellent character, seems capable of discharging any duty in the Society

Cagney, Joseph, 1861-1885, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 25 October 1861-02 August 1885

Born 25 October 1861, Buttevant, Co Cork
Entered 01 October 1880, Milltown Park, Dublin
Died 02 August 1885, Milltown Park, Dublin

HIB Menologies SJ :
Of a great sporting family, and one of three brothers who graduated from Tullabeg.

Durig his Juniorate at Milltown he was sent to Tullabeg for Regency to teach one of the highest classes. He soon developed some internal trouble which the doctors were not able to diagnose. So he returned to Milltown in early 1885, and died there 02/08/1885 greatly regretted.

Carbery, John, 1897-1918, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 13 April 1897-17 January 1918

Born 13 April 1897, Rathculiheen, Co Waterford
Entered 31 August 1914, Tullabeg (HIB for Siculae Province - SIC)
Died 17 January 1918, Drogheda, Co Louth

Part of the Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin community at the time of death

HIB Menologies SJ :
Eldest son of Mr J A Carbery, District Inspector, RIC Drogheda.

He obtained Exhibitions at the Christian Brothers School Drogheda, and at Clongowes. He won the medal in Science at Middle and Senior Grade.

It was while moving from Tullabeg to Rathfarnham that he got a chill while cycling. He spent some time in St Vincent’s, Dublin, but was then removed to his parents residence in Drogheda about four weeks before his death.
He died at Beechgrove, Drogheda 17/01/1918, and was buried at his own desire in Glasnevin.

Cartan, James, 1810-1833, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 29 July 1810-16 March 1833

Born 29 July 1810, Dublin
Entered 29 October 1828, St Andrea, Rome, Italy - Romanae Province (ROM)
Died 16 March 1833, Dublin

Castaldi, Heraldus, 1869-1916, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 26 August 1896-09 November 1916

Born 26 August 1896, Cospicua, Malta
Entered 19 January 1912, Tullabeg (HIB for Siculae Province - SIC)
Died 09 November 1916, Palermo, Sicily, Italy - Siculae Province (SIC)

by 1913 came to Milltown (HIB) studying

Checchia, Michael, 1900-1926, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 06 June 1900-18 May 1926

Born 06 June 1900, Biccari, Foggia, Italy
Entered 01 October 1915, Naples, Italy - Neapolitanae Province (NAP)
Died 18 May 1926, Leura, New South Wales, Australia - Neapolitanae Province (NAP)

Part of the St Francis Xavier’s, Lavender Bay, Sydney community at the time of death

Came to Sevenhill , Australia (HIB) studying

HIB Menologies SJ :
1922 He was sent to Australia, in the hope that the climate would improve his TB. However, he died there 15/05/1926

Cogan, Edmund, d 1810, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • d 14 October 1810

Born, County Cork
Entered 07 September 1807, Hodder, Stonyhurst, England - Angliae Province (ANG)
Died 14 October 1810, Palermo, Italy

Fr Edmund Hogan SJ “Catalogica Chronologica” :
This pious Scholastic “was beloved by all, died most placidly the death of the just, and wore in death the same amiable expression which he had in life” (Provincial Zuñiga to Father Plowden)

HIB Menologies SJ :
He went together with Messers Aylmer, Esmonde, St Leger, Ferley and Butler to Palermo to make their noviceship, as appears from a letter of Father Sewall SJ 07/07/1809 Stonyhurst.
There is an interesting letter of his in the Irish Archives, written from Palermo to Master Robert Haly (afterwards Father), then a boy at Hodder, Stonyhurst

Fr Joseph McDonnell SJ Past and Present Notes :
16/02/1811 At the advance ages of 73, Father Betagh, PP of the St Michael Rosemary Lane Parish Dublin, Vicar General of the Dublin Archdiocese died. His death was looked upon as almost a national calamity. Shops and businesses were closed on the day of his funeral. His name and qualities were on the lips of everyone. He was an ex-Jesuit, the link between the Old and New Society in Ireland.
Among his many works was the foundation of two schools for boys : one a Classical school in Sall’s Court, the other a Night School in Sklinner’s Row. One pupil received particular care - Peter Kenney - as he believed there might be great things to come from him in the future. “I have not long to be with you, but never fear, I’m rearing up a cock that will crow louder and sweeter for yopu than I ever did” he told his parishioners. Peter Kenney was to be “founder” of the restored Society in Ireland.
There were seventeen Jesuits in Ireland at the Suppression : John Ward, Clement Kelly, Edward Keating, John St Leger, Nicholas Barron, John Austin, Peter Berrill, James Moroney, Micahel Cawood, Michael Fitzgerald, John Fullam, Paul Power, John Barron, Joseph O’Halloran, James Mulcaile, Richard O’Callaghan and Thomas Betagh. These men believed in the future restoration, and they husbanded their resources and succeeded in handing down to their successors a considerable sum of money, which had been saved by them.
A letter from the Acting General Father Thaddeus Brezozowski, dated St Petersburg 14/06/1806 was addressed to the only two survivors, Betagh and O’Callaghan. He thanked them for their work and their union with those in Russia, and suggested that the restoration was close at hand.
A letter from Nicholas Sewell, dated Stonyhurst 07/07/1809 to Betagh gives details of Irishmen being sent to Sicily for studies : Bartholomew Esmonde, Paul Ferley, Charles Aylmer, Robert St Leger, Edmund Cogan and James Butler. Peter Kenney and Matthew Gahan had preceded them. These were the foundation stones of the Redtored Society.
Returning to Ireland, Kenney, Gahan and John Ryan took residence at No3 George’s Hill. Two years later, with the monies saved for them, Kenney bought Clongowes as a College for boys and a House of Studies for Jesuits. From a diary fragment of Aylmer, we learn that Kenney was Superior of the Irish Mission and Prefect of Studies, Aylmer was Minister, Claude Jautard, a survivor of the old Society in France was Spiritual Father, Butler was Professor of Moral and Dogmatic Theology, Ferley was professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Esmonde was Superior of Scholastics and they were joined by St Leger and William Dinan. Gahan was described as a Missioner at Francis St Dublin and Confessor to the Poor Clares and irish Sisters of Charity at Harold’s Cross and Summerhill. Ryan was a Missioner in St Paul’s, Arran Quay, Dublin. Among the Scholastics, Brothers and Masters were : Brothers Fraser, Levins, Connor, Bracken, Sherlock, Moran, Mullen and McGlade.
Trouble was not long coming. Protestants were upset that the Jesuits were in Ireland and sent a petition was sent to Parliament, suggesting that the Vow of Obedience to the Pope meant they could not have an Oath of Allegiance to the King. In addition, the expulsion of Jesuits from all of Europe had been a good thing. Kenney’s influence and dimplomatic skills resulted in gaining support from Protestants in the localiy of Clongowes, and a counter petitiion was presented by the Duke of Leinster on behalf of the Jesuits. This moment passed, but anto Jesuit feelings were mounting, such as in the Orange faction, and they managed to get an enquiry into the Jesuits and Peter Kenney and they appeared bwfore the Irish Chief Secretary and Provy Council. Peter Kenney’s persuasive and oratorical skills won the day and the enquiry group said they were satisfied and impressed.
Over the years the Mission grew into a Province with Joseph Lentaigne as first Provincial in 1860. In 1885 the first outward undertaking was the setting up of an Irish Mission to Australia by Lentaigne and William Kelly, and this Mission grew exponentially from very humble beginnings.
Later the performance of the Jesuits in managing UCD with little or no money, and then outperforming what were known as the “Queen’s Colleges” forced the issue of injustice against Catholics in Ireland in the matter of University education. It is William Delaney who headed up the effort and create the National University of Ireland under endowment from the Government.

Colgan, Ernest, 1888-1911, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 26 December 1888-29 November 1911

Born 26 December 1888, Co Carlow
Entered 07 September 1908, Tullabeg
Died 29 November 1911, Petworth, Sussex, England

HIB Menologies SJ :
He was the youngest son of Dr Francis Colgan of Carlow, and before Entry he had been studying Medicine, having been called to Honours in the Royal University in all of his subjects.

He was a Scholastic of good promise, but he died of decline 29/11/1911 at Petworth, where he had been receiving care for his health.

Connolly, John William, 1779-1818, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 1779-05 September 1818

Born 1779, Ireland
Entered 31 August 1807, Hodder, Stonyhurst, England - Angliae Province (ANG)
Died 05 September 1818, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England

Fr Edmund Hogan SJ “Catalogica Chronologica” :
1812 Succeeded Charles Leslie at the Oxford Mission. He died there from a rupture of a blood vessel 05/09/1818 aged 39. He was buried in the old chapel of St Clement’s, Oxford, where a small tablet was erected to his memory.

Connolly, Patrick, 1830-1853, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 08 September 1830-31 October 1853

Born 08 September 1830, Co Mayo
Entered 28 September 1851, Palermo, Sicily - Sicilian Province (SIC for ANG))
Died 31 October 1853, St Julian’s, Malta - Angliae Province (ANG)

Cullen, Richard, 1852-1874, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 22 October 1852-26 December 1874

Born 22 October 1852, Co Kilkenny
Entered 21 December 1872, Milltown Park
Died 26 December 1874, Santa Clara College, Santa Clara, CA USA - Taurensis Province (TAUR)

Transcribed HIB to TAUR : 1873

Curtis, Robert, 1852-1893, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 07 April 1852-29 September 1893

Born 07 April 1852, Dublin
Entered 26 May 1875, Milltown Park
Died 29 September 1893, University College, Dublin

HIB Menologies SJ :
1877-1882 He was sent to Clongowes for regency teaching Mathematics.
1882 He began his Philosophy, but had to stop due to headaches.
1883 He was made a Fellow of the Royal University and taught at UCD, where he remained until his death 29/09/1893. During the latter years of his life he had been suffering fits, to the point where he was not allowed by his Superiors to be Ordained. He had gone to bed as usual 28/09, and he was found dead in his bed the following morning. The doctor said he appeared to have had a fit during the night and suffocated.
He was a very brilliant Mathematician and had won numerous academic awards at University. He was said to be one of the most amiable and genial of men. he made a fast friend of everyone with whom he made contact, and was a particular favourite with the students. His simple life and great learning impressed them greatly.

Cush, Peter, 1916-1939, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 16 December 1916-22 June 1939

Born 16 December 1916, Pomeroy, Co Tyrone
Entered 07 September 1935, Emo
Died 22 June 1939, Skerries, Co Dublin

Part of the Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin community at the time of death

Daniel, Edmund, d 1572, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 1541/2-25 October 1572

Alias O'Donnell

Born: 1541/2, County Limerick
Entered: 11 September 1561, St Andrea, Rome, Italy - Romanae Province (ROM)
Died :25 October 1572, Cork - Hanged drawn and quartered. Described as "Martyr"

Fr Edmund Hogan SJ “Catalogica Chronologica”
Was sent by Pope Gregory XIII to confirm and propagate the faith in Ireland at the time when Campion and Parsons were proceeding to England on a similar mission. He was seized upon soon after his arrival, kept in Limerick Gaol for some time in close custody, and then removed to Cork, where he was hanged drawn and quartered for the faith 30 January 1581 (cf Matthias Tanner’s “Martyrs SJ; Drew’s “Fasti”; Hogan’s Ibernia Ignatiana)

Francis Finegan SJ
Sent to Flanders before July 1564 - is to go to Ireland (Poll 1339)
Was sent by Wolf to Rome. As the cinate did not suit him he was sent to Flanders in July 1564, and Wolf told the Flemish Provincial to send him and F Good to Ireland as companions of Dr Creagh, who was returning there. (Layeez’ letters to Fr Everard - Mercurian 11th & 27 July 1564. Dr Creagh found Good and O’Donnell at Louvain. When Creagh and Wolfe were imprisoned O’Donnell escaped and then returned in 1575 (Hogan’s Cat Chrn - and ref to Dr Arthur’s journal)
Fr Clayson 22 June 1564 writes from Augusta to Rome “I leave tomorrow for Mainz with Peter of Cologne and Edmund the Irishman. Fr Canisius has given me funds for our journey. Edmud is in very delicate health at present (Epist B Canisi)
10 July 1564 Fr General writes to Canisius, “We had heard about Edmund the Irishman, also from Flanders. Let him remain in one of the Colleges in Germany to see if he will get better health. If not he is to leave Germany (Epist B Canisi)
David Dinnis, Maurice Halley and Edmund Daniel were received in the Roman Novitiate 11 September 1561
Described as "Martyr"

Desmond, John, 1660-1684, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 02 February 1660-21 March 1684

Born 02 February 1660, Co Cork
Entered 01 November 1679, Toulouse, France - Tolosanae Province (TOLO)
Died 21 March 1684, Annecy, France - Tolosanae Province (TOLO)

Fr Francis Finegan SJ :
After First Vows studied Philosophy at Toulouse and then sent for Regency to Le Puyteaching Grammar. After a few months he was struck by illness and died at Annecy 21/03/168

Downing, Thomas, 1794-1820, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 05 February 1794-07 September 1820

Born 05 February 1794, Ireland
Entered 22 October 1812 - Marylandiae Mission (MAR)
Died 07 September 1820, Georgetown - Marylandiae Mission (MAR)

Doyle, Denis, 1856-1876, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 04 September 1856-02 May 1876

Born 04 September 1856, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford
Entered 11 November 1873, Milltown (HIB for Taurensis Province TAUR)
Died 02 May 1876, Milltown Park, Dublin

HIB Menologies SJ :
He died of decline at Milltown the year after First Vows.

Drinan, Patrick Aloysius, 1804-1832, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 17 March 1804-05 September 1832

Born 17 March 1804, Cork City
Entered 19 October 1822, Naples, Italy - Neapolitanae Province (NAP)
Died 05 September 1832, Naples, Italy - Neapolitanae Province (NAP)

in Roman College 1826
not in 1829 or 1834 Cat

Fr Edmund Hogan SJ “Catalogica Chronologica” :
An interesting letter from him to Father Kearney, dated Roman College 08/03/1829, is bound in a volume of Generals’ letters at BRI Archives. It related principally to the death of Pope Leo XIII, a sincere friend to the Restored Society. “The English province received the last proof of his love towards the Society, as Father Glover’s business and all the variances o this point were terminated by his Holiness in the most satisfactory manner some weeks before his death. The instrument written with the pope’s own hand has been forwarded to the Propoganda”.

HIB Menologies SJ :
This pious Scholastic died at Naples 05/09/1832, where he had gone to pursue his studies.

Duffy, Anthony, 1848-1872, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 08 September 1848-27 December 1872

Born 08 September 1848, Rahan, Co Offaly
Entered 06 September 1866, Milltown Park
Died 27 December 1872, New Orleans, LA

Part of the St Joseph’s College, Springhill, AL, USA community at the time of death

by 1869 at Amiens France (CAMP) studying
by 1870 at Leuven Belgium (BELG) studying
by 1871 at Stonyhurst England (ANG) studying
by 1872 at Spring Hill College AL, USA (LUGD) teaching

HIB Menologies SJ :
He had a brother who was a Priest and distinguished Preacher in the Meath diocese.

After First Vows he was sent to Amiens for Rhetoric, then Philosophy at Louvain and Stonyhurst.
1870/1 He was sent to New Orleans for Regency, and he died of a fever there 27/12/1872.
William Butler had been his companion in New Orleans Mission.

Duigin, Denis, d 1590, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • d 27 September 1590

Entered 1583; Died 27 September 1590, Padua, Italy - Venetae Province (VEM)

Studied Humanities for 2 years. 1590 in 1st Year Theology at College of Padua. Has taught Humanities for 3 years and is above mediocrity. Capable of Teaching, Preaching and Governing.

Dungan, William, d 14 March 1745, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • d 14 March 1745

Born, Ireland
Entered 15 October 1736, Toulouse, France - Tolosanae Province (TOLO)
Died 14 March 1745, Rodez, France - Tolosanae Province (TOLO)

Fr Francis Finegan SJ :
Year of his birth cannot be determined - according to the TOLO CAT he did not know the year of is birth
1638-1640 After First Vows he spent some years Regency in Billom
1640-1642 Sent to Tournon for Philosophy
1742-1744 Sent for further Regency at Perpignan
1744 He then went to study Philosophy at Rodez where he died 14/03/1745
According to TOLO CAT he was a Scholastic of great promise, not only for his intellect but also his character

D’Arcy, Ambrose L, 1850-1875, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 27 March 1850-19 August 1875

Born 27 March 1850, Co Tipperary
Entered 03 September 1870, Milltown Park
Died 19 August 1875, St Louis, MO, USA - Missouriana Province (MIS)

Part of the Woodstock College, Maryland, USA community at the time of death

Transcribed HIB to MIS : 1872

Brother of William D’Arcy RIP 1884, a scholastic, and also of John D’Arcy a priest RIP 1884 - within four months of each other

D’Arcy, William, 1847-1884, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 25 July 1847-15 February 1884

Born 25 July 1847, Co Tipperary
Entered 09 October 1871, Milltown Park, Dublin
Died 15 February 1884, Milltown Park, Dublin

by 1874 at Roehampton London (ANG) studying
by 1875 at Leuven Belgium (BELG) studying

HIB Menologies SJ :
Brother of John D’Arcy RIP 1884 six months before him as Priest. Brother also of Ambrose D’Arcy who Ent at Milltown and then joined MIS, and he died at St Louis MO 1875 also a scholastic.

He had studied Rhetoric at Roehampton and Philosophy at Louvain.
He was then sent to Regency teaching at Clongowes for some years.
Then he spent some time caring for his health at Tullabeg. He then retired to Milltown, where he died after much suffering of decline 15/02/1884.

Egan, Thomas, 1889-1915, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 06 May 1889-28 November 1915

J 761

Born 06 May 1889, Glountanefinane, Ballydesmond, Cork
Entered 07 September 1907, Tullabeg
Died 28 November 1915, Belvedere College SJ, Dublin

by 1914 at Valkenburg Netherlands (GER) studying
by 1915 at Stonyhurst England (ANG) studying

HIB Menologies SJ :
Early education at Clongowes. He was a great student and won exhibitions in all grades of the Intermediate, and showed promise that he might be a first class Mathematician.

After First Vows he was sent aside for Mathematical and Scientific studies. He was one of the Juniors chosen to attend lectures at the newly founded UCD. He graduated BSc 1912.
He studied at Tullabeg (1909-1910) and Milltown (1910-1912).
1912-1914 He studied Philosophy at Valkenberg, excelling at Philosophy and German.
1914-1915 He finished his Philosophy at Stonyhurst.
Towards the end of 1915 his health, which was never robust, began to fail and he underwewnt several operations for intestinal tuberculosis. When the Great War broke out in 1914, he had barely the strength to journey to Stonyhurst to continue his Philosophy. Gradually he grew weaker, and in the following summer he returned to start work in the Colleges. He bore his illness with resignation, and a quiet edifying life was ended by a peaceful and holy death. He died in Dublin 28/11/1915

Everard, William, d 1590, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • d 12 November 1590

Died 12 November 1590, Milan, Italy - Venetae Province (Vem)

Fr Edmund Hogan SJ “Catalogica Chronolgica” :
Died 12 November 1590 (Biblioth. de Bourg. Ms. 6397, lib i - Defunct in variis Provinciis)

Fay, Henry, 1912-1939, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 14 January 1912-20 September 1939

Born 14 January 1912, Dublin
Entered 03 September 1930, Emo
Died 20 September 1939, Milltown Park, Dublin

Ferriter, Peter, 1667-1693, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 14 June 1667-24 October 1693

Born 14 June 1667, Ireland
Entered 15 January 1688, Bordeaux, France - Aquitaniae Province (AQUIT)
Died 24 October 1693, Fontenay, France - Aquitaniae Province (AQUIT)

1688 Tught Grammar at Angoulême
1689-1693 Taught Grammar at La Rochelle AQUIT
First Vows at La Rochelle 16/01/1690

Fr Francis Finegan SJ :
Probably had some studies done before Ent 15/01/1688 Bordeaux
1690 After First Vows sent to La Rochelle for Regency but then transferred to Fontenoy where he died 24/10/1693

Fitzharris, Nicholas, 1792-1817, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 05 August 1792-22 December 1817

Born 05 August 1792, Maynooth, Co Kildare
Entered 14 August 1814, Hodder, Stonyhurst, England - Angliae Province (ANG)
Died 22 December 1817, Clongowes Wood College, Naas, Co Kildare

Fr Edmund Hogan SJ “Catalogica Chronologica” :
He had studied at Maynooth.
He was very devout to the Sacred Heart and to the Holy Souls in Purgatory.
Father Plowden calls him a youth of great merit, truly living “sine querida”.

Fitzpatrick, Peter, 1843-1868, Jesuit scholastic

  • IE IJA J/155
  • Person
  • 01 March 1843-07 September 1868

Born: 01 March 1843, Clones, County Monaghan
Entered: 28 September 1865, Milltown Park, Dublin
Died: 07 September 1868, Milltown Park, Dublin

2nd year Novitiate at Drongen Belgium (BELG)
by 1867 at Drongen Belgium (BELG) studying

Fogarty, Thomas, 1809-1841, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 29 November 1809-14 December 1841

Born 29 November 1809, Co Waterford
Entered 01 July 1833, Hodder, Stonyhurst, England (ANG)
Died 14 December 1841, Clongowes Wood College, Naas, Co Kildare

HIB Menologies SJ :
Early education was at Clongowes, where he studied Humanities and Rhetoric. On leaving Clongowes he went into business and stayed at that for a number of years. he had a reputation as a highly talented artist, and when he decided to join the Society, lest his paintings and repute would interfere with his desires, he burned all his paintings.

He visited Tullabeg in late June, and went from there to Hodder for his Noviceship. He made part of his Novitiate at Hodder and part at Tullabeg.
After First Vows he was sent to Clongowes for Regency.
He was then sent to Belgium for Theology, but after one year there, he had to return to Ireland for health reasons. However, consumption took hold, as it had in two of his brothers who had died from it. Although weak, he showed great pateince, and his Superiors looked after him very well. Calmly and peacefully he waited for the end, and his last request to one of the community at Clongowes was “Father, I am dying, give me the Plenary Indulgence”.

Gannon, Nicholas, 1858-1882, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 27 November 1858-03 January 1882

Born 27 November 1858, Laragh, Kilcock, Co Kildare
Entered 19 January 1878, Milltown Park
Died 03 January 1882, Nice, France

Twin of Ignatius who entered together though Ignatius LEFT and died shortly afterwards

HIB Menologies SJ :
He Entered with his twin brother Aeneas, who LEFT and died shortly afterwards. Aeneas’ name was changed to Ignatius by Fr J McKenna when he Entered, much to the disgust of the family, as it was an old family name.

Nicholas became ill after he finished his Noviceship and was sent to Nice in the South France for health reasons, but he died there 03/01/1882

Gennarelli, Raphaël, 1896-1923, Jesuit scholastic

  • IE IJA J/164
  • Person
  • 05 August 1896-21 September 1923

Born: 05 August 1896, Riccia, Campobasso, Molise, Italy
Entered: 19 June 1911, Naples, Italy - Neapolitanae Province (NAP)
Died: 21 September 1923, St Aloysius, Sevenhill, Adelaide, Australia - Neapolitanae Province (NAP)

by 1922 came to Loyola, Greenwich, Australia (HIB) studying / health

HIB Menologies SJ :
Father William Lockington invited him to Australia from Naples for his health. He died at Sevenhill a few years after his arrival.

Goulde, Richard, 1657-1680, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 10 May 1657-07 May 1680

Born 10 May 1657, Co Cork
Entered 19 September 1675, Avignon, France - Lugdunensis, Province (LUGD)
Died 07 May 1680, Chambéry, France - Lugdunensis, Province (LUGD)

Fr Francis Finegan SJ :
After First Vows he was sent to Lyons for Philosophy, but due to ill health was transferred to Chambéry, where he died 07/05/1680
His obit says “He left his country amid many dangers and joined the Society in order to help his fellow-countrymen. But God summoned him already ripe for heaven through being tried by much suffering to a better fatherland”.

Hartnett, Michael, 1865-1899, Jesuit scholastic

  • IE IJA J/178
  • Person
  • 23 September 1865-14 June 1899

Born: 23 September 1865, Westbury, Tasmania, Australia
Entered: 30 January 1886, Xavier Melbourne in Australia (HIB)
Died: 14 June 1899, St Stanislaus College, Tullabeg, County Offaly

Part of Milltown Park community, Dublin at time of death.

by 1897 at St Aloysius Jersey Channel Islands (FRA) studying

HIB Menologies SJ :
He was sent to Europe for studies and had started Philosophy at Jersey. His health failing, he was sent to Tullabeg and he died there 14 June 1899.

Hastings, Edward, 1811-1840, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 30 August 1811-19 September 1840

Born 30 August 1811, Co Fermanagh
Entered 12 January 1837, Frederick, MD, USA - Marylandiae Province (MAR)
Died 19 September 1840, Georgetown College, Washington DC, USA - Marylandiae Province (MAR)

Hayden, Daniel, 1835-1866, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 31 October 1835-01 January 1866

Born 31 October 1835, Carrickbeg, Co Waterford
Entered 04 February 1859, Beaumont, England - Angliae Province (ANG)
Died 01 January 1866, St Francis Xavier, Gardiner St, Dublin

2nd year Novitiate at Tullabeg
by 1865 at Rome Italy (ROM) studying Theology 1

HIB Menologies SJ :
Older brother of William Hayden RIP 1919

1862 Sent to teach at the newly opened school in Limerick.
1864 Sent to Rome for Philosophy, but he was sent back to Dublin due to failing health, and he died in a mental home 01/01/1866

Hegarty, Michael, 1904-1930, Jesuit scholastic

  • IE IJA J/333
  • Person
  • 22 April 1904-21 August 1930

Born: 22 April 1904, Schull, County Cork
Entered: 09 January 1926, St Stanislaus College, Tullabeg, County Offaly
Died: 21 August 1930, Dublin

Part of Heythrop College community, Chipping Norton, Oxon, England at time of his death.

by 1929 at Heythrop, Oxfordshire (ANG) studying

Hughes, George, 1898-1930, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 22 August 1898-23 January 1930

Born 22 August 1898, Dublin
Entered 31 August 1916, Tullabeg
Died 23 January 1930, St Aloysius, Sevenhill, Adelaide, Australia

by 1920 at Petworth, Sussex (ANG) health
by 1921 in Australia - Regency

Hyland, James, 1899-1930, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 16 January 1899-18 June 1930

Born 16 January 1899, Castlebar, Co Mayo
Entered 21 January 1919, Tullabeg
Died 18 June 1930, Crescent College, Limerick

Irwin, Walter, 1808-1836, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 03 December 1808-05 December 1836

Born 03 December 1808, Co Roscommon
Entered 23 September 1826, Montrouge, France - Galliae Province (GALL)
Died 05 December 1836, Chaumont, Haute Marne, France

HIB Menologies SJ :
Am approved Scholastic of great promise.

Keenoy, William, 1911-1936, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 18 January 1911-04 September 1936

Born 18 January 1911, Portarlington, Co Laois
Entered 06 November 1929, Tullabeg
Died 04 September 1936, Dublin

Part of the Tullabeg, Co Offaly community at the time of death

Kennedy, Anthony, 1711-1734, Jesuit scholastic

  • Person
  • 02 February 1711-07 March 1734

Born 02 February 1711, Dublin
Entered 14 August 1731 , Tournai, Belgium - Belgicae Province (BELG)
Died 07 March 1734, Douai, France - Belgicae Province (BELG)

Parents were Timothy and Eleanor Bolland
Studied Grammar and Humanities under Fr Hugh Kelly a Dublin priest, and 2+ years of Philosophy under Fr John Harrold PP of St James Dublin
Admitted to Society by Fr General Retz 30/05/1731

Fr Francis Finegan SJ :
Had studied Humanities under Milo Byrne and Michael Murphy, and then Philosophy under Canon John Harrold before Ent 14/08/1731 Tournai, which was expressly for the Irish Mission
1733 After First Vows sent to Douai for Theology, a tribute to the good teaching he had received under John Harold. He died there a year later 07/03/1734
His obit stated “This young man.was truly remarkable for his penetrating intelligence but especially for his candour and innocence of life”

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