Neale, Leonard
Neale, Leonard
Second Archbishop of Baltimore (1746-1817)

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  • Leonard Neale —     Leonard Neale     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Leonard Neale     Second Archbishop of Baltimore, b. near Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland, 15 Oct., 1746; d. at Georgetown, D.C., 18 June, 1817. He was a descendant of Captain James Neale,… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Neale — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Earle Greasy Neale (1891–1973), US amerikanischer Baseballspieler und American Football Trainer Edward Vansittart Neale (1810–1892), englischer Politiker John Mason Neale (1818–1866), englischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Leonard Neale — infobox bishopbiog name = Leonard Neale, S.J. † See = Archdiocese of Baltimore Title = Archbishop of Baltimore Period = December 3, 1815 mdash;June 18, 1817 Predecessor = John Carroll † Successor = Ambrose Maréchal † ordination = June 5, 1773… …   Wikipedia

  • Neale (surname) — For other uses, see Neale (disambiguation). Neale is a surname, and may refer to Bill Neale, Canadian figure skater Charles Neale, American Jesuit Charles Neale, English footballer Cornelius Neale, English clergyman Douglas Neale, Scottish… …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Neale — For the English footballer, see Charles Neale (footballer). Father Charles Neale, S.J., (1751 1823) was a leader of the Jesuit mission in America. He was born in the Catholic colony of Maryland to a prominent family, descended from Captain James… …   Wikipedia

  • James Neale — Captain James Neale (1615 1684) was an influential early immigrant to Maryland. Early life Neale was born to Raphael and Jane Neale of Drury Lane, London and of Wollaston, Northamptonshire, England. Career He immigrated to Maryland in about 1635 …   Wikipedia

  • Francis Neale — was an American Roman Catholic priest of the Jesuit order who became president of Georgetown College on two occasions. His brothers included Father Charles Neale and Archbishop Leonard Neale …   Wikipedia

  • Mary Surratt — Mary Elizabeth Jenkins Surratt Mary Surratt in 1850. Born May 1820 or 1823 Waterloo, Maryland, U.S. Died July 7, 1865(1865 07 07) (aged 42 or 45) Washington, D.C., U.S …   Wikipedia

  • Archdiocese of Baltimore —     Archdiocese of Baltimore     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Archdiocese of Baltimore     The senior see of the United States of America, established as a diocese 6 April, 1789; as an archdiocese 8 April, 1808; embraces all that part of the State… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • History of Georgetown University — The history of Georgetown University spans over four hundred years, and is closely tied to that of America. Georgetown University has grown with Washington, D.C. and the United States, each of which date their founding to the period from 1788 to… …   Wikipedia

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