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Hughes, John, 1797-1864

LC control no.n 50072229
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Personal name headingHughes, John, 1797-1864
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Variant(s)Hughes, Archbishop (John), 1797-1864
Hughes, Dr. (John), 1797-1864
Hughes, Johann, 1797-1864
Birth date1797-06-24
Death date1864-01-03
Place of birthAnnalogham (Northern Ireland)
Place of deathNew York (N.Y.)
AffiliationCatholic Church. Archdiocese of New York (N.Y.)
Profession or occupationCatholic Church--Bishops
Found inHis Archbishop Hughes on the war.
MWA/NAIP files (hdg.: Hughes, John, 1797-1864; usage: John Hughes; Dr. Hughes; Archbishop Hughes)
Sammlung der bekanntesten und gebra╠łuchlichsten Lieder, 1851: t.p. (hochwurdigsten Herrn Dr. Johann Hughes, Bischop von New York)
NUCMC data from Library of Congress Manuscript Division for His Review, 1858 (Hughes, John Joseph, 1797-1864; clergyman)
FamousAmericans.net, Sept. 12, 2008 (John Hughes; b. June 24, 1797, Annalogham, Ireland; d. Jan. 3, 1864, New York, N.Y.; emigrated to the United States, 1817; entered Mount St. Mary's College; ordained priest in 1826; most celebrated controversy was with the Reverend John Breckinridge, of the Presbyterian church, with whom he exchanged a series of public letters in 1833; in Jan. 1838 was consecrated coadjutor to Bishop Dubois, of New York; took the full administration of the diocese the next year, and succeeded to the bishopric on the death of Dr. Dubois in 1842; created archbishop in 1850)
Associated languageeng
Invalid LCCNn 97001634 n 2005067313 n 2008062531