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Box: 13 Fold: 9 Varia-(1802-62) [18N1-P5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1802]? - [12/31/1862]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [18N1-P5] consists of Maryland Province Archives varia (1802-1862). Items of interest include: List of Contributors (1814) to the support of 6 Trappist Nuns (under Abbot L'Estrange] going to New York to found an orphanage; Two Documents of Agreement (1861) between Bishop O'Connor and Domenec; Two copies (c. 1834) of Extract of Letter from Benedict Fenwick (SJ), Bishop of Boston, to his brother, relates the death of Tom Paine and refutes allegations against Anthony Kohlmann, S.J.; Typewritten rebuttal of the "Marechal Ordination Myth" (1802); List of Visitation Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary [Georgetown]-including family name, name in religion, statistics pertaining to birth, entrance, profession and death; Certificate of Admission into the Pious Congregation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus [includes printed list of indulgences; Dispensation (1831) granted to Sister Gertrude Wright by James Whitfield, Archbishop of Baltimore; letters (Oct. 6, 1822/Oct. 5, 1823) of Sister Jane Scholastica Neale; Bishop O'Connor legal document (1862) granting power of attorney.

Box: 13 Fold: 10 Varia-Carmelites [Maryland]-(1788-1826) [18R 1-3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1788]? - [12/31/1826]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [18R 1-3] consists of varia (1788-1826) pertaining to the Carmelites in Maryland. Items of interest include: List of contributors to the Foundation of the Carmelites in Maryland; Pieces Justicatives (1788-1790) contain transcriptions of letters from R.D. Strickland, S.J., Charles Neale, S.J., and Bishop John Carroll; Histoire de la Fondation du Couvent des Trois Sacres Coeurs a Maryland; Letter of Francis Neale, S.J.; List of Sisters at Carmelite Monastery at Port Tobacco [Provides name of family, name in Religion, date of birth, etc.].

Box: 13 Fold: 11 Varia-Poetical Writings [18S1-4.3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1790]? - [12/31/1840]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [18S1-4.3] consists of poetical writings. Included are works by: Edward Sourin, S.J., George Fenwick, S.J., and Samuel Lilly.

Box: 13 Fold: 12 Books/Pamphlets-Edward Sourin (SJ)-Notebook [18S5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1871]? - [12/31/1871]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [18S5] consists of the notebook (c. 1871) of Edward Sourin, S.J.

Box: 13 Fold: 13 Varia-(1820-55) [18W1-18Z7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1820]? - [12/31/1855]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [52 T1-13] consists of varia (1749-1826) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor. Items of interest include: Certificate of Satisfaction (1749) for property buildings rendered by Richard Molyneux, S.J., for proprietor Thomas Reeves; Receipt/promissory note (1753) of George Hunter, S.J.; Agreement (1760) between George Hunt, S.J., and William Hill, a Negro bricklayer; Agreement (1761) between George Hunt, S.J., and Richard Boulton, joiner and glazier; Receipt (1772) by Richard Coomes; Promissory note (1772) of Richard Coomes to Joseph Smith; Bill (1785) of carpenter Charles Fear to Leonard Neale, S.J.; Account (1802) of Francis Neale, S.J., with Richard B. Edelen for lumber; Agreement (1827) between Henry S. Hawkins and Francis Neale, S.J.; Agreement (c. 1820-1823) between Francis Neale, S.J., and Elizabeth Norris; Note (1816) from Lawrence Posey to Rev. W. Carney; Bond [promissory note (1825)] between Susan Edelin and Francis Neale, S.J.; Agreement (1826) between Francis Neale, S.J., and John Butler pertaining to St. Thomas [Windmill] Point; Francis Neale, S.J., to Joseph Lancaster-Doctor's Bills paid (1821-1822); Request by Richard Watson to pay Edward Hamilton; [OVERSIZE box: (52 T13-Rough drawn surveys of farms at Cedar Point Neck; another found in folder 173, box 15)].

Box: 13 Fold: 14 Varia-(1825-36)-[19.1-6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1825]? - [12/31/1836]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [19.1-6] consists of Maryland Province Archives varia (1825-1836). Items of interest include: Prediction d'une Religieuse de Poitiers; The Life of Lady Warner [Sister Clare of Jesus]; Account of miracles with the Blessed Candle [Washington]; Stephen Dubuisson, S.J. account of seeing Maria de More.

Box: 13 Fold: 15 Documents re: Cure of Sr. Apollonia Digges [19A1-C3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1831]? - [12/31/1835]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [19A1-C3] consists of documents (1831) pertaining to the medal miracles in the cure of Sister Maria Apollonia Digges, a nun at the Convent of the Visitation in Washington, D.C.; letter (May 20, 1835) relating a second "miracle" at the Visitation Convent involving the same medal; statement (1831) of Sister Apollonia's doctor and other individuals pertaining to Sister Apollonia.



Box: 13 Fold: 16 Documents re: The Mattingly "Miracle" (1821-40) [19D1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1821]? - [12/31/1840]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [19D1] consists of documents [e.g., correspondence and affidavits (1821-1840)] pertaining to the Mattingly "Miracle."

Box: 14 Fold: 1 Documents re: Miracles-(1821-36) [19D2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1821]? - [12/31/1836]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [19D2] consists of documents (1821-1836) pertaining to the Mattingly Miracle as well as other miracles. There are several items pertaining to the miracles performed by Prince Hohenlohe. Items of interest include: "Notizia Ecclesiastica" (Guarigione prodigiosa di di Maria Ogheri);"Cures Miraculeuses Obtenues par les Prieres du Prince Abbe de Hohelohe en 1821 et 1822"; "L'Ami de la Religion et Du Roi," published in the Journal Ecclesiastique, Politique et Litteraire [Tome 41 (1824)]; An Examination of a Protestant's Objections to the Popish Miracle Lately Wrought in America (May, 1824); extract from "The Preston Chronicle" concerning entitled "Modern Miracles" (Oct. 12, 1822); Prayers Recited by Mrs. Ann Mattingly Before and After the Cure of Her Foot..." (Jan. 1831);

Box: 14 Fold: 2 Correspondence-John C. Calhoun (Mar./1826) [19D2.1]
DATE SPAN: 03/06/1826 - 03/06/1826

DESCRIPTION: This folder [19D2.1] consists of one piece of correspondence [e.g., a letter from John C. Calhoun (Mar. 6, 1826).

Box: 14 Fold: 3 Documents-(1810-1869) [20 A1-P4A]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1810]? - [12/31/1869]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [20 A1-P4A] consists of documents pertaining to the ordination and naturalization of clergy. Items of interest include: Decretum a Pio VII [18-?]-condemns Bible Society translations; Litt. Apostol. a Pio VII (Nov. 11, 1810)-reproves Cardinal Maurio Episc. Montisfalisci for accepting the nomination of Napoleon to Archepiscopal See of Paris; Rescriptum S[ae] Poenitentiarii (Oct. 14, 1814)-Faculties given for one year to absolve those who are possession of Church property on conditions; a marriage license for Rev. Carbury to perform a marriage (1832); Ordination and naturalization papers for Joseph M. Ardia, S.J.; Naturalization papers (1842) for James Ryder, S.J.; Testimonial (Oct. 5, 1824) given Anthony Leifer, S.J.; Testimonial (July 6, 1828) for Caspar Rothenflue in going from Freiburg to Italy; Permissions (Dec. 12, 1829) given Jacob Deery by Fr. Dziero; Baptismal certificate (July, 1869) belonging to nephew of Bernardine Wiget, S.J.; Certificate of reception into the Sodality of St. Crispin and St. Crispinian (1869); [OVERSIZE Box 4: (20 P2)-Passports issued to Bernardine Wiget, S.J., by the King of Sardinia (1848) and the Swiss Consul (1868)]; Permissions (Apr. 30, 1869) granted Bernardine Wiget, S.J.; Testimonial by Archbishop Martin John Spalding (1868) and Archbishop Francis Patrick Kenrick (1854); Papers pertaining to Fr. Wiget: State Papers-summons (1865) as witness to trial; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (20 P4a)-Certificate of Appointment (1866) by Andrew Johnson as member of board of House of Corrections; Reappointment (1868); Letter of acceptance (1868) of invitation for President Johnson to attend festival of Gonzaga College; Letter (1868) from Presidential secretary indicating that President Johnson will receive Queen and her flower bouquet; Letter from prisoner requesting favor.

Box: 14 Fold: 4 Documents-(1824-1855) [20 P5-9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1824]? - [12/31/1855]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [20P5-9] consists of Maryland Province documents (1824-1855) pertaining to pastorals, ordination and naturalization. Items of interest include: Baptismal Certificate (1839) for Joseph Prachensky, S.J.; School Certificates [e.g., Certificate of Health, Certificato, Passport] belonging to Joseph Prachensky, S.J.; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (20 R7)-Fr. Prachensky's Naturalization Paper (1855) and U.S. Army passes in the Civil War]; Testimonial given Fr. Prachensky by Fr. Pierling (1848) and Fr. Tellier (1863); ordination documents for Joseph Prachensky, S.J.

Box: 14 Fold: 5 Documents-(1775-1845) [20 R1-9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1775]? - [12/31/1845]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [20R1-9] consists of documents (1775-1845) pertaining to pastorals, ordination and naturalization. Items of interest include: Ordination, permission and testimonial documents (1775-1791) pertaining to John Rosseter, O.S.A.; Ordination document (1783) for Francis Neale, S.J., by Bishop Francis Charles; Ordination papers (1818) for Philip Beatrix Sacchi, S.J.; Faculties (1820) granted to Fr. Sacchi by the Bishop of Bologna; Testimonial for Fr. Sacchi by Father General Thadeusz Brzozowski, S.J.; Testimonial for Fr. Sacchi and Brother James O'Neil on going from Frederick to Worcester College; Fr. Sacchi's naturalization paper [found in OVERSIZE Box 1]; Ordination document (1824) and faculties (1839) of Francis Vespre, S.J.; Certificate of Naturalization (1813) of Francis Malone, S.J.; Ordination documents (1836-1846) of Francis Knackstaedt, S.J.



Box: 14 Fold: 6 Documents-(1827-1847) [20 S1-W4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1827]? - [12/31/1847]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [20S1-W4] consists of documents (1827-1847) pertaining to pastorals, ordinations and naturalizations. Items of interest include: Faculties (1847) to John McElroy, S.J. from Bishops of Boston, Albany and Hartford; Faculties (1835) granted Stephen Dubuisson, S.J., by Archbp. of Philadelphia; Faculties (1834) granted to William McSherry, S.J., by Archbishop of Philadelphia; Pastoral Letter (1827) of John DuBois upon his appointment Bishop to the See of New York; Permission granted (1840) to Samuel Eccleston, Archbishop of Baltimore, to add "immaculate" to the word "conception" in the Mass and litanies; Document (1847) extending Jubilee to the U.S. by Pius IX; Dubia circa Matrimonia miscta in U.S. (1835); [OVERSIZE Box 4: (20 W4)-Passport (1869) of Gaetano Campone from Vatican City.

Box: 14 Fold: 7 Documents-(1792-1804) [20 Z1-2d]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1792]? - [12/31/1804]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [20Z 1-2D] consists of documents (1792-1804) pertaining to pastorals, ordination and naturalization. Items of interest include: Pastoral (1792) of John Carroll, Bishop of Baltimore; Proclamation of the Cent. Jubilee (1804) by Bishop Carroll [3 copies]; Circular for Lent [2a]; Circular for contribution of every Catholic a year of one dollar for building of cathedral [2b]; Circular after 1st Council [2c (three copies)]; Regulations after 1st Council [2d].

Box: 14 Fold: 8 Documents-Circular re: Death of Archbp. Carroll [20 Z.3]
DATE SPAN: 12/04/1815 - 12/04/1815

DESCRIPTION: This folder [10.z.3] consists of a circular (Dec. 4, 1815) by Archbishop Neale concerning the death of Archbishop John Carroll.

Box: 14 Fold: 9 Documents-(1817-1825) [20 Z3A-E]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1817]? - [12/31/1825]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [20Z 3A-E] consists of documents (1817-1825) pertaining to pastorals, ordination and naturalization. Items of interest include: Faculties from Ambrose Marechal, Archbishop of Baltimore to John McElroy, S.J. (1823) and William Feiner, S.J. (1825); Circular (1817) pertaining to the death of Leonard Neale, Archbishop of Baltimore; Dispensations in Lent/Lenten circular [OVERSIZE Box 4:(20 Z3c)-Dispensations in Lent/Lenten circular; Appeal for help for new cathedral (20 Z3d). All uncertain restitutions to be sent for new cathedral].



Box: 14 Fold: 10 Documents-(1828-1833) [20 Z4-11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1828]? - [12/31/1933]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [20 Z4-11] consists of documents (1828-1833) pertaining to pastorals, ordination and naturalization. Items of interest include: Circular (1828) pertaining to the death of Ambrose Marechal, Archbp. of Baltimore and devotions to be performed in his memory; A Mandate for Lent (1829) by James Whitfield, Archbishop of Baltimore; Dispensation for marriage (1829) by Archbishop Whitfield; Circular (1829) by Archbishop Whitfield pertaining to the death of Leo XII; Pastoral (1829) of Archbishop Whitfield announcing Jubilee of Pius VIII; Invitation to Diocesan Synod (1831) extended to John McElroy, S.J., and F. Dzierozynsky, S.J.; Circular of Archbishop Whitfield on prayers etc., at time of cholera; Lenten dispensations (1833) of Archbishop Whitfield.

Box: 14 Fold: 11 Documents-(1834-1848) [20 Z12-32]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1834]? - [12/31/1848]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [20 Z12-32] consists of documents (1834-1848) pertaining to pastorals, ordination, naturalization and other matters. Items of interest include: Circular (1834) pertaining to death of James Whitfield, Archbishop of Baltimore; The following pertains to documents involving Samuel Eccleston, Archbishop of Baltimore: No faculties for case (1834); Two Lenten dispensation (1835); No fast or abstinence in Advent (1837); No obligation to oberve at Easter and Pentecost Mondays (1838); Erection of St. Charles College as preparatory seminary (1840); Prayers for Provincial Council (1840); Permission to add "immaculate" to the mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1841); Announcement to comply with the President of the U.S. to observe May 14, 1841 as a day of fast and humiliation; Letter (Jan. 17, 1842) pertaining to Lenten regulations and the sale of catechisms; Circular (1842) proclaiming Jubilee; Faculties (1844) to Benjamin A. Young, S.J. of Alexandria; Letter (Apr. 24/Apr. 29, 1845) from Archbishop Eccleston pertaining to injuries received; Circular (Dec. 1848) from Archbishop Eccleston in regards to threats against Pope Pius IX and the Revolution of 1848; Circular (1848) to induce people to assist at the opening of St. Charles College; Pastoral address (1843) of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Kernan, Bishop of Clogher, to the people of Aughavea in reference to a schism.

Box: 14 Fold: 12 Diary-Livy Vigilante, S.J.-(1874-81) [50A 1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1874]? - [12/31/1881]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50A 1] consists of the diary (1874-1881) of Livy Vigilante, S.J. at the St. Inigoes House and Mission.

Box: 15 Fold: 1 Notebooks re: St. Inigoes Church [50 A2-3]

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50A 2-3] consists of two notebooks [no date]. Item 50 A2 consists of a book of Father Livy Vigilanti's announcements for St. Inigoes Church. Item 50 A3 consists of a record book which provides a type of census for the St. Inigoes Church congregation.

Box: 15 Fold: 2 St. Inigoes-Villa-(1876-1905) [50 B1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1876]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50B 1] consists of lumber bills (1876) for the building of the Villa as well as a note (1905) pertaining to its upkeep.

Box: 15 Fold: 3 St. Inigoes Material-(1633-1906) [50 R1-W8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1633]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50R1-W8] consists of materials (1633-1906) pertaining to St. Inigoes, Maryland. Items of interest include: Judgement (Oct. 13, 1873) against Fr. Gubitosi, S.J.; Notice-Three Days of Preaching and Religious Exercise at St. Inigoes by Rev. D.B. Walker, S.J. [also gives missions at other churches]; Verses (Latin) in honor of Rev. J. Pye Neale, Superior of St. Inigoes; Letter (June 29, 1840) from M. Southard to Joseph Carberry, S.J. Although a Protestant, he expresses praise for the Jesuits; Two letters (1864-1865) of Basil Pacciarini, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J., which concern sending books for prisoners camp at Point Look out as well as concern expressed about what to do with his Negroes [slaves?]; Dispensations from Archbishop to Rev. L. Vigilante; Letters (1903-1904) to Fr. Fullerton from Thomas J. Garrison, S.J., Provincial; List of those who died (1713-1729) at St. Inigoes; List of Jesuits buried at St. Inigoes (1637-1891); Information concernings Fr. James Walton's tomb in St. Inigoes Cemetery; one page history of site locations since 1633; Chart of St. Inigoes Cemetery and names of deceased; Drawing and chart of St. Inigoes Manor; Letter (Apr. 9, 1906) of Maurice E. Prendergest, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J., re: St. Inigoes' Cemetery; Pictures of St. Ignatius Church and Jesuit graves.

Box: 15 Fold: 4 St. Inigoes Material-(1698-1905) [50 Z0-6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1698]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50 Z0-6] consists primarily of St. Inigoes material (1698-1905). Items of interest include: One page history notes taken from Maryland History concerning churches in St. Mary's County-their location, brief description and names of clergy; Fly leaf of small book (1700) belonging to James Haddock, O.F.M., along with a separate sheet providing a brief history of its origin [and that of St. Peter's Church in Waldorf]; Notes on the history of the church and cemetery at St. Inigoes; Fragment of Joseph Carbery, S.J. diary (1843-1844); brief extract of letter from Francis M. Goddard to C.C. Lancaster pertaining to the burning of St. Inigoes Manor in 1872; Receipt (1905) for $800 loan received by James Matthews, S.J., from the Provincial Procurator for building cook's house at St. Inigoes Manor. On rear contains brief history of cook's house. [OVERSIZE Box 4: (50 Z.1) -Newspaper article from the Worcester "Telegram" (1911) concerns donation to the Holy Cross College building fund].

Box: 15 Fold: 5 Documents re: St. Mary's County-(1718-1926) [50 Z7-8.1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1718]? - [12/31/1926]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50Z 7-8.1] consists primarily of legal documents and financial documents (1718-1926) pertaining mainly to the Catholic Church in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Items of interest include: The Will and Testament [typescript copy] of Henry Spinke (1718); Deed (1888) between J. Pitt Forrest and wife Dora; Deed (1888) from Sallie and Joseph C. Hobbs to Pye Neale, S.J., to build a church on St. George's Island, St. Mary's County; Typescript copy of deed (1888) of land sold to the Catholic clergymen of Maryland; Typescript copy of deed (1890); original and typescript copy of deed (1891) to St. Michael's Church in St. Mary's County; Marriage license (1886) of Robert Smith and Mary Jackson; Insurance information [e.g., physical description] pertaining to St. Michael's School and Hall; letter (Nov. 8, 1918) from J.B. Matthews, S.J.; Letters (Nov. 20, 1920/Jan. 24, 1921) from M.J. Smith, S.J., concerning financial matters; letter (Dec. 28, 1916) from Francis Tondorf, S.J.; Post card (June 6, 1921) to Joseph Zwingle, S.J.; Extract of letter (July 25, 1820) from the Sisters of the Visitation in Paris; Pour Rome (1838).

Box: 15 Fold: 6 St. Inigoes-Photographs-(1882-1917) [50 Z9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1882]? - [12/31/1917]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50Z 9] consists of photographs (1882-1917) of St. Inigoes and Ridge, Maryland. Items of interest include: photographs of St. George's Church (1882); St. Inigoes residence; St. Michael's Hall and School [Ridge, MD (1911)]; St. Inigoes Church. Also included is the annual report for the St. Inigoes Mission Schools (1916-1917).

Box: 15 Fold: 7 St. Mary's County-Newsclippings-(1905-11) [50 Z10]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1905]? - [12/31/1911]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50Z 10] consists of newsclippings (1905-1911) pertaining to events in St. Mary's County, Maryland [OVERSIZE Box 4].

Box: 15 Fold: 8 St. Inigoes/St. Mary's Co. [50 Z11]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1829]? - [12/31/1829]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50Z 11] consists of material pertaining to St. Inigoes and to St. Mary's County. Items of interest include: Spiritual exercises; lecture notes; Extract of pastoral letter (1829) from Pius VIII concerning the year of the jubilee; Notebook fragment containing precepts; Notes-"De ordine in Sancta nostra Ecclesia catholica"; Mechanica-Definitiones.

Box: 15 Fold: 9 St. Inigoes/St. Mary's Co.-Varia-(1951-73) [50 Z12-13]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1951]? - [12/31/1973]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50Z 12-13] consists of varia (1951-1973) pertaining to St. Inigoes and St. Mary's County. Items general consist of clippings, a speech and a program pertaining to the testimonial dinner at Leonardtown on June 27, 1966 honoring the Society at the time of the departure of the Jesuits from St. Mary's County. Also there are pamphlets (1951-1973) pertaining to St. Ignatius' Church including one by R. McSorley, S.J., regarding the history of the church. [NOTE: may be in error regarding date of present church].

Box: 15 Fold: 10 St. Inigoes-(1767-1942) [50Z 14-17]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1767]? - [12/31/1942]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [50Z 14-17] consists of material (1767-1942) pertaining to St. Inigoes. Items of interest include: Letter (Nov. 8, 1942) from Edward C. Phillips, S.J., pertaining to government condemnation proceedings vs. St. Inigoes; Attached to Letter (Sept. 8, 1942) is account of history of the bricks of Manor house; Baptismal and marriage records (1767-69, 1812)-[includes slave entries]; Letter (1888) concerns history of St. Inigoes Church; Two page history and commentary concerning preservation of the house-by W.E. Curley, S.J. (1942).

Box: 15 Fold: 11 Newtown/Leonardtown-Newsclippings [51 A2-F3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1906]? - [12/31/1911]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [51 A2-F3] consists of newsclippings (1906-1911) pertaining to Newtown and Leonardtown, Maryland. Items of interest include: newsclipping concerns information on the history of various Maryland counties; Bushwood, Maryland newsclippings concern Sacred Heart Festival (1910), Christmas Masses and Confirmation in Sacred Heart Parish (1907), description of new hall at Holy Angels (1909); Medley's Neck newsclippings (1906-1911) concern May procession, building of new church, razing of old church, and advertisement for lost memorandum book by William J. Stanton, S.J.; newsclipping (1907) concerns midnight mass at St. Joseph's; newsclippings (1907-1910) concern Leonardtown history and current events.

Box: 15 Fold: 12 Varia-(1775-1911) [51 A1-F4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1775]? - [12/31/1911]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [51 A1-F4] consists of Maryland Province varia (1775-1911). Items of interest include: Marriage licenses (1848); Store account records (1775) of Mrs. Elisabeth Taney; Letter (July 18, 1911) from L.J. Kelly, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; List of (1888) contributors for St. Mary's Academy; Announcement (1885) of lecture by E.A. McGurk, S.J.; Program of entertainment (1909) for benefit of Leonard Hall [Leonardstown, Md]; Prospectus of school; Pamphlet "Early Schools in St. Mary's and Leonard Hall" also provides history of the school at Newtown; Letter (June 15, 1908) from Edward X. Fink, S.J. to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letters (June 9/July 14, 1910) from Joseph F. Hanselman to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (July 6, 1910) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J. to Edward X. Fink, S.J.; Points of Agreement [with Xaverian Brothers] with regard to Leonard Hall Property. Letter fragment (Nov. 6, 1842-Georgetown College).

Box: 15 Fold: 13 Photographs-(1906-1910) [51 H1-8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1906]? - [12/31/1910]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [51 H1-8] consists of photographs (1906-1910) of interiors and exteriors of churches located in Leonardtown, Newton, Medley's Neck and Bushwood, Maryland.

Box: 15 Fold: 14 Varia [51 K1-Z2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1694]? - [12/31/1905]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [51 K1-Z2] consists of varia. Items of interest include: Letters (Mar. 10, 1866) to Angelo M. Paresce, S.J. from treasurer of St. Joseph's Church; Letter (June 1, 1869) from John de Wolf, S.J.; A note (1905) by Fr. Zwinge concerns the cemetery and chapel near Leonardtown; [MISSING: 51M.1-concerns Leonardtown Church lot purchases (1820-1868)]; Permission (1846) from Samuel Eccleston, Archbishop of Baltimore to Fr. Euders to solicit funds for building of Leonardtown Church; Booklet- "Faithful Statement of the Correspondence between the Rev. Mr. Brady...and the Rev. Leonard Edelen...(1819)"; Baptismal records-St. Joseph's and Sacred Heart (1844), Marriage records-(1845-1850); Baptism and marriage records of Littletown, Penn. (1843); Baptismal records (1846-1848) of St. Joseph's and Sacred Heart in Newtown; Letters (1858-1867) to J. Enders, S.J., from C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Two lists of Deceased Jesuits (1694-1862); Sketch of Newtown Cemetery plan also provides plans of church along with names and places of those buried; Additional handwritten copy of deceased Jesuits (1694-1862); [51 T5-located in OVERSIZE box 4]; [MISSING:51 U1-Bulletin of the St. Mary's Historical Society (1956-1957)]; Contents of Newtown bell inscription; Privilege for the altar of the Blessed Virgin-Newtown (1841); Newtown Library Account [of books purchased]; List of references to James Ashby, S.J. account book of mission, churches, etc. Also contains references to James Walton, S.J. diary.



Box: 15 Fold: 15 Published Materials [51 Z3-Z4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1962]? - [12/31/1962]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [51 Z3-Z4] consists of brochure of dedication (1962) for St. Aloysius Church in Leonardtown. It also includes a history (1962) of St. Francis Xavier Church in Newtown.

Box: 15 Fold: 16 Varia-(1808-1920) [52A-S5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1808]? - [12/31/1920]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [52A-S5] consists of varia pertaining to St. Thomas Manor Church. Items of interest include: [OVERSIZE Box 4: (59 A)-Map of southern Maryland with notations about parishes]; Picture post card of the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, located in Indian Head, Maryland; Bank of Columbia account record book (1808-1810) of Francis Neale, S.J.; Pledge list of contributors (1869) for rebuilding of St. Thomas Manor Church fire; Quote from history of John Hesselius (Swedish Artist); Sketch of St. Thomas Manor (June, 1882); Sketch of Chapel Point and Port Tobacco Creek, Charles County (June, 1882); Letter from William J. Tynam, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge (Jan. 10, 1910); Letter from Joseph F. Hanselman, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J., (Jan 30, 1910); Memorandum (June 10, 1910) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., to William J. Tynam,. S.J., concerning Chapel Point Park [4 copies]; Letter (Mar. 24, 1909) of J. Neale Hamilton to Joseph Hanselman, S.J.; Application blank (1920) for membership in the Chapel Point Club; Agreement between Superior of St. Thomas Residence and the Procurator of the Province (June 10, 1909) concerns boarding of the brother attached to residence and management of the farm; Brief note (1827) from Ben Lancaster to W. Francis Neale, S.J.; Document (1825) from Thomas Courtney Reeves leaving land for Female Academy at St. Thomas; Extract from the will of Miss Jane Brent (1829); Letter (Aug. 17, 1856) to Charles H. Stonestreet, S.J., from R.D. Woodley, S.J.; Copy of a paper given by Fr. McAtee, S.J., to Miss Jennie Neale (Jan. 22, 1875); Copy of a paper given by Fr. McEntee to Miss M.C. Pye and Miss Ewardine Pye (Mar. 16, 1874); Amount paid by Miss Jennie Neale.

Box: 15 Fold: 17 Varia-(1749-1826) [52 T1-13]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1749]? - [12/31/1826]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [52 T1-13] consists of varia (1749-1826) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor. Items of interest include: Certificate of Satisfaction (1749) for property buildings rendered by Richard Molyneux, S.J., for proprietor Thomas Reeves; Receipt/promissory note (1753) of George Hunter, S.J.; Agreement (1760) between George Hunt, S.J., and William Hill, a Negro bricklayer; Agreement (1761) between George Hunt, S.J., and Richard Boulton, joiner and glazier; Receipt (1772) by Richard Coomes; Promissory note (1772) of Richard Coomes to Joseph Smith; Bill (1785) of carpenter Charles Fear to Leonard Neale, S.J.; Account (1802) of Francis Neale, S.J., with Richard B. Edelen for lumber; Agreement (1827) between Henry S. Hawkins and Francis Neale, S.J.; Agreement (c. 1820-1823) between Francis Neale, S.J., and Elizabeth Norris; Note (1816) from Lawrence Posey to Rev. W. Carney; Bond [promissory note (1825)] between Susan Edelin and Francis Neale, S.J.; Agreement (1826) between Francis Neale, S.J., and John Butler pertaining to St. Thomas [Windmill] Point; Francis Neale, S.J., to Joseph Lancaster-Doctor's Bills paid (1821-1822); Request by Richard Watson to pay Edward Hamilton; [OVERSIZE box 4: (52 T13-Rough drawn surveys of farms at Cedar Point Neck; another found in folder 173, box 15)].

Box: 15 Fold: 18 Varia-(1792-1907) [52 W1-Z4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1792]? - [12/31/1907]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [52 W1-Z4] consists of varia (1792-1907) pertaining to St. Thomas Manor Church. Items of interest include: Copy of map indicating residence of William Hunter, S.J., at Deep Point; Excerpts from ledger; Two lists of the dead buried in the Jesuit cemetery of St. Thomas Manor (South side of Church); Fragment (1906) concerning tunnel in St. Thomas Manor burial ground; Note (1907) concerns history of Jesuit cemetery after the Civil War; Letter (Mar. 1839) from Aloysius Mudd, S.J. to Fr. Sanders at Newtown concerns construction of new church buildings; List of books (1840) belonging to St. Thomas Manor; Letter (Jan. 11, 1866) from C. Vizzinanza, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J., concerns removal of cemetery; Letter (Dec. 31, 1866) Francis McAtee, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J., concerns house and church burning; Contract [copy] for the rebuilding of St. Thomas Church (1867); Contract (1867) for building east wing of the residence; [MISSING: (52 Z1) Letter (1792-93) to Bishop of Baltimore]; Two photocopies of articles from unidentified newspaper concern St. Thomas Manor and St. Ignatius Church; Schedule card for St. Ignatius Church contains brief history of parish; Photocopy of will of Ignatius Semmes (1843) bequeathing his table silver to St. Ignatius Church; Register (1827-1832) of Fr. Neale contains church birth, marriage and baptism records.

Box: 16 Fold: 1 White Marsh-(1817-1968) [53 S1-W5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1817]? - [12/31/1968]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [53 S1-W5] consists essentially of correspondence (1817-1968) pertaining to White Marsh. Items of interest include: Correspondence [consisting of 11 letters (1908-1910)] between J.T. Gardiner, S.J., and Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerns land, building-church property and Society property; Letter (July 9, 1865) from Matthew Easterbrook; Pamphlet for the Easterbrook and Bronson Patent Perfect Willow Peeler (1862); Letter (Dec. 7, 1817) from Robert Fenwicke, S.J., to Robert Cole, S.J.; "Toni" (Sept. 1833); Note (Aug. 3, 1859) from James Power, S.J.; Excerpt fragment of letter (May, 1853) from John Early, S.J.; Correspondence (1870) between C.C. Lancaster, Fr. Bague and C.C. Magruder concerns note for rent of farm against A. Hopkins; Newsclipping (1904, 1967-68) provides history of old church at White Marsh.

Box: 16 Fold: 2 White Marsh-Photographs [53 W6-8]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1900]? - [12/31/1914]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [53 W6-8] consists of four photographs (c. 1900-1914) of the residence at White Marsh.

Box: 16 Fold: 3 Varia-Bohemia-(1704-1912) [54 R1-Z6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1704]? - [12/31/1912]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [54 R1-Z6] consists of varia (1704-1912) pertaining to Bohemia Parish. Items of interest include: Letter (Feb. 7, 1866) from G. Villiger, S.J., describes death of John Lockman; Extracts of the devastation and pillage of Bohemia (1817-1818) by John McAtee, S.J.; Letter (Jan. 12, 1895) from E.I. Devitt, S.J., concerns burial places of Joseph Greaton, Matthias Manners, John Lewis and Thomas Pulton, S.J.; Sketch (1910) of Bohemia buildings and property by Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Baltimore "Sun" newspaper account (Jan. 1912) of burning of old Church of St. Francis Xavier; Two pictures (1912) of remains of the Church of St. Francis Xavier in Bohemia; Printed invitation (Oct. 1912) to dedication of St. Francis Xavier Church; Letter (Jan. 11, 1912) from Thomas P. Dorsey to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Historia Residentia Bohemiensis (1892 and 1894); Catalogus Librorum Residentia SFX (List of Books at Bohemia, 1831); Transcript of Bohemia Burial Register (1798-1843); Transcript of marriage register; Notes copied from papers at the Cathedral in Baltimore concern maintenance of Sulpicians and Seminary while occupying Bohemia; Notice of death of Charles Whelan, O.S.F.; Letter (Aug. 29, 1789) of Hugh Matthews, S.J., to Ambrose Marechal, S.S., and James O'Donald; Letters (Sept. 15/Oct. 17, 1799;Feb. 20/May 2, 1800) of Ambrose Marechal, S.J., to Hugh Matthews; Letter (July 18, ?) from John M. Tessier, S.S., to Hugh Matthews; Letters (Mar. 2/Apr. 25, 1801;Mar. 3, 1803) of Ambrose Marechal to Hugh Matthews; Receipt (Jan. 1800) of Robert Molyneux, S.J.; Memorandum concerns succession of Bohemia priests (1790-1831); List of priests [two copies (1704-1855)] who lived in Bohemia. On rear are notes which concern Bohemia School (1745-48); Extract from a letter (Mar. 6, 1843) printed in the "Catholic Herald" concerns a visit to see Archbishop John Carroll's school at Bohemia; Photographs of Old Bohemia chalice (c. 1818-1830) and old iron cross from St. Francis Xavier.

Box: 16 Fold: 4 Diarium of Paradise-(1842-1843) [55 A1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1842]? - [12/31/1843]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 A1] consists of the Diarium of Paradise (1842-1843). It is believed that this work was authored by either Fr. Breschter or Fr. Sacchi.

Box: 16 Fold: 5 Correspondence-(1899-1900) [55 B1]
DATE SPAN: 07/13/1899 - 09/23/1900

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 B1] consists of correspondence [24 letters (1899-1900)] of E.I. Purbrick, S.J., to William R. Cowardin, S.J.

Box: 16 Fold: 6 Correspondence-(1900-1901) [55 B2]
DATE SPAN: 12/23/1900 - 05/26/1901

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 B2] consists of Conewago correspondence [23 letters (1900-1901)] of T.J. Gannon, S.J., to William R. Cowardin, S.J.

Box: 16 Fold: 7 Correspondence-(1898-1901) [55 B3]
DATE SPAN: 04/01/1898 - 04/27/1901

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 B3] consists of Conewago correspondence (1898-1901).

Box: 16 Fold: 8 Conewago-Varia-(1912) [55 B4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1912]? - [12/31/1912]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 B4] consists of Conewago varia. Items of interest include: Correspondence [8 letters and a letter fragment (1912)] of Mark J. Smith, S.J.; Historical notes on Conewago cover such topics as: names of priests, places attended by Jesuits from Conewago, McSherrystown, Father De Neckere's School, St. Joseph's Beneficial Society and the League of the Sacred Heart.

Box: 16 Fold: 9 Varia-Conewago-(1871-1901) [55 B5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1871]? - [12/31/1901]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 B5] consists of varia (1871-1901) pertaining to Conewago. Items of interest include: Letter (Dec. 25, 1900) from E.I. Purbrick, S.J.; List of names of Jesuit dead buried in Conewago Cemetery; Promissory notes/monetary bequests to the church; Newsclippings concern history of Conewago and McSherrysville churches; Copy of tablet inscription in memory of Fathers Joseph Enders and James Pellentz, S.J.; Cancelled bank checks belonging to Conewago Chapel and to Sacred Heart Church (Edge Grove, Pennsylvania).

Box: 16 Fold: 10 Correspondence-(1844-1859) [55 P]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1844]? - [12/31/1859]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 P] consists essentially of Conewago correspondence (1844-1859) addressed to Revs. Nicholas Steinbacher and Joseph Enders, S.J.

Box: 16 Fold: 11 Correspondence-(1833-1900) [55 R1-T9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1833]? - [12/31/1900]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 R1-T9] consists of Conewago correspondence (1833-1900). Items of interest include: Letter (Apr. 2, 1833) from Michael Curran, S.J., to Matthew Lekeu, S.J.; Letter (Oct. 22, 1833) from Peter Steinbacher, S.J., to John N. Steinbacher, S.J.; Letter (Apr. 20, 1836) from John Foley to Fr. Steinbacher; Several letters (1859-1865) from Thomas Lilly, S.J., to Superior at Conewago. Letter of Jan. 13, 1859 mentions death of James Ryder, S.J.; Letter (Oct. 14, 1863) from Florence J. Sullivan, S.J., Letter (Mar. 6, 1881) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to Joseph Enders, S.J., refers to the "misfortune" which has befallen Mount St. Mary's College; Statement of Father Ender's Account with the Province of Maryland; Faculties (Feb. 18, 1845) from Francis Patrick Kenrick, Bishop of Philadelphia to bless new church at Paradise; Circulars (1893-1898) from Bishop of Harrisburg; Undated letter to Bishop about taxes; Letters (1845-1886) to and from the Bishop of Philadelphia. This material consists essentially of dispensations; Letters (Feb. 10/May 28, 1859) from [Saint] John N. Neumann, Bishop of Philadelphia; Letter (Nov. 27, 1862) from James F. Wood, Bishop of Philadelphia to Joseph R. Cattani, S.J.; Grant (1853) from the Ludwig Missions Perein of Munich, Bavaria for German missions; Letter (Oct. 27, 1853) announced the grant/rules for distribution of Ludwig Missions Verein; Letter (1874/1876) to Fr. Enders from the Ludwig Missions Verein sending support for Conewago School; Letter (July 232, 1900) contains estimate to build steeple church.

Box: 16 Fold: 12 Varia-(1830-1881) [55 V1-6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1830]? - [12/31/1881]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 V1-6] consists of varia pertaining to Conewago. Items of interest include: Baptismal register (1830-1843); Hymn "At the Burial of an Infant" [German and English text] by John William Beschter, S.J.; Conewago Cemetery Association [regulations, etc.]; Catalogus Librorum Conewagensis; Pamphlet-Conewago Circulating Library (1881); Subscription for a Catholic Female Seminary in Conewago includes list of subscribers.

Box: 16 Fold: 13 Ledger of Pew Rent/Graveyard Accounts [55 V7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1825]? - [12/31/1892]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [55 V7] consists of a Conewago ledger consists of pew rent records (1825-65) and graveyard accounts records (1852-1892).

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