The life of Father Thomas Copley a founder of Maryland by Katherine Costigan Dorsey

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  • Copley, Thomas, 1594-1652? [from old catalog],
  • Copley family. [from old catalog]

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LC ClassificationsF184 .C78
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Pagination1 p.l., 75 p.
Number of Pages75
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LIFE OF FATHER THOMAS COPLEY. A FOUNDER OF MARYLAND. Chapter xii. 'Events at St. Mary's City. Father Copley at first resided at St. Inigoes ; (1) soon after his arrival an epidemic disease, supposed by some to have been the yellow fever, decimated the little colony.

Thomas Copley, alias Philip Fisher ( – ) was an English Jesuit missionary in North America. Copley Hall, a residence hall at Georgetown University, is named after Thomas Copley. Life. He was the eldest son of William Copley of Gatton, England, and grandson of Sir Thomas Copley, of a recusant family.

He arrived in Maryland inand, being a man of The life of Father Thomas Copley book executive ability, took. LIFE OF FATHER THOMAS COPLEY.(1) Chapter i.

The Copley Family. Among the pious and devoted Jesuits, who, at the command of the Father General, two hundred and fifty years ago, turned their faces westward, and accompanied or followed the Catholic pilgrims to that “new found land of Jesus,” Maryland, one of the most energetic and efficient was Father Thomas Copley.

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Missionary, b. in Madrid, ; d. in Maryland, U. S., He was the eldest son of William Copley of Gatton, England, of a Catholic family of distinction who suffered exile in the reign of Elizabeth.

He arrived in Maryland inand, being a man of great executive ability, took over the care of the mission, "a charge which at that time required. THOMAS COPLEY, from Wayne. THOMAS COPLEY, the member from Wayne, is a native of Giles county, Virginia, was born on June 9,and is therefore a trifle over sixty-one years of age.

His father was a native Virginian, of English descent; was a farmer, and reared his son to the same useful and honorable calling. Thomas Hoo, Baron Hoo and Hastings KG (c. –13 Feb ) was a Knight of the Garter and English courtier.

William Camden called him vir egregius, literally an "outstanding man". The Barony created in his name had no successors, and he had no male issue, but four daughters by two marriages, three elder half-sisters and a younger half-brother.

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Copley’s mother, Mary Singleton Copley, a character who emerges throughout the narrative as a strong, dedicated person who assumed many. Andrew White ( – Decem ) was an English Jesuit missionary who was involved in the founding of the Maryland colony.

He was a chronicler of the early colony, and his writings are a primary source on the land, the Native Americans of the area, and the Jesuit mission in North his efforts in converting and educating the native population, he is frequently referred to as. John Copley (–), the youngest son of Sir Thomas, was born at Louvain and became a priest, but in left the church of Rome for that of England, and in published ‘Doctrinall and Morall Observations concerning Religion: wherein the author declareth the Reasons of his late unenforced departure from the Church of Rome; and of.

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Thomas was born on October 30. She was born in England or Ireland and lived till about Thomas married secondly, Rhoda Prater, on J in Giles County, Virginia. From Giles County, Virginia Will book A, Pages I Thomas Copley of the County of Giles and state of Virginia, being in perfect health and of body and sound in mind and memory, thanks be give.

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Letters from John Singleton, Mrs. Copley's father, are in the Copley-Pelham collection. Richard Copley, described as a tobacconist, is said by several biographers to have arrived in Boston in ill health and to have gone, about the time of John's birth, to the West Indies, where he died.

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John Singleton Copley, (born July 3,Boston, Massachusetts [U.S.]—died September 9,London, England), American painter of portraits and historical subjects, generally acclaimed as the finest artist of colonial America. Little is known of Copley’s boyhood. He gained familiarity with graphic art from his stepfather, the limner and engraver Peter Pelham, and developed an early.

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The manor of Gatton was in the possession of the Copley family by the early sixteenth century. In the Members were elected by Sir Roger Copley as ‘burgess and sole inhabitant of the borough’.9 However Sir Roger’s son Thomas†, his widow, and his son William, were Catholics, and spent much of the reign of Elizabeth in exile.

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Life. He was the third son of Sir Thomas was left in England when his father went abroad, but inwhile a student at Furnival's Inn, he joined his father and mother at stayed there for two years, and was then sent to the English College, Rome for two years, on a pension of ten crowns from Pope Gregory then went to the Low Countries, where he obtained a pension.

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Like some other British scientists of the nineteenth century such as Alfred Russel Wallace, Huxley was brought up in a literate middle-class family which had fallen on hard times. His father was a mathematics teacher at. to Tradition says, that a priest, named Thomas Copley, was one of the first Missionaries in Maryland.

Some old records in the possession of the Jesuits, in this State, mention his name ; and in an ancient MS. book, at the Novitiate in Fred- erick, the following is the first entry:File Size: 7MB.

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