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Fr James Walsh SJ

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Walsh, James, 1824-1881, Jesuit priest

Fr John Warner SJ

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Warner, John, 1628-1692, Jesuit priest

Mr Henry White SJ

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White, Henry, 1825-1855, Jesuit scholastic

Fr John White SJ

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White, John, 1608-1642, Jesuit priest

Fr David Wolfe SJ

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Wolfe, David, 1528-c.1578, Jesuit priest

Fr James Wulfe SJ

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Wulfe, James, 1724-1783, Jesuit priest

Fr John Baker SJ

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Baker, John, 1644-1719, Jesuit priest

Mr Thomas Cavell SJ

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Cavell, Thomas, d 1718, Jesuit priest novice

Fr John Grungo SJ

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Grungo, John Grungo, d 1730, Jesuit priest

Irish Jesuits

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Irish Vice-Province of the Society of Jesus, 1830-

Fr Willie Doyle SJ

William Joseph Gabriel Doyle was born (1873) at Melrose, Dalkey Avenue, Dalkey, county Dublin. Known as Willie, Billie or Sloper (a comic book hero of the time), he was the youngest of seven children of Hugh Doyle, registrar of the insolvency court, and Christine Doyle (née Byrne). Growing up, Willie was devout, caring and cheerful. Educated at Ratcliffe College, Leicestershire, in 1891 Willie followed his older brother Charles into the Jesuits. After two years as a novice, he taught at Clongowes Wood College, where he produced The Mikado and founded the school magazine, The Clongownian. His Jesuit formation included periods in Belgium and England, and further teaching at Clongowes and Belvedere Colleges. After ordination at Milltown Park on 28th July 1907, Willie began work as an urban missionary and retreat giver in Ireland. His positive attitude made him a great success, and he travelled all around the British Isles. He was also the author of best-selling pamphlets on retreats and vocations.

Volunteering as a military chaplain in First World War, Fr Doyle was sent to France with the Royal Irish Fusiliers in early 1916. Within days of his arrival at the Front, he showed himself outstanding in the work of a chaplain. Lt Col HR Stirke noted that Fr Doyle was ‘one of the finest fellows that I ever met, utterly fearless, always with a cheery word on his lips and ever ready to go out and attend the wounded and the dying under the heaviest fire’. Present at the battles of the Somme and Messines, Fr Doyle was killed during the third battle of Ypres on 16th August 1917, while going to the aid of a wounded man near Frezenberg. He is commemorated on the Tyne Cot memorial, Belgium. Fr Doyle was awarded the Military Cross, and he was put forward for the Victoria Cross posthumously but did not receive it. Writing to Willie’s father, Hugh, in December 1917, Major General WB Hickie remarks that: ‘I could not say too much about your son. He was loved and reverenced by us all. His gallantry, self sacrifice and devotion to duty were all so well known and recognized. I think that his was the most wonderful character that I have ever known.’

Doyle, Willie, 1873-1917, Jesuit priest and chaplain

Br John Daly SJ

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Daly, John, 1823-1887, Jesuit brother

Fr Kevin Daly SJ

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Daly, Kevin, 1895-1929, Jesuit priest

Br John Dohan SJ

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Dohan, John, 1815-1883, Jesuit brother

Br John Dowling SJ

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Dowling, John, 1817-1868, Jesuit brother

Fr John Duffy SJ

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Duffy, John, 1804-1871, Jesuit priest

Fr John Duffy SJ

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Duffy, John, 1879-1960, Jesuit priest and chaplain

Br Paul Duffy SJ

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Duffy, Paul, 1870-1953, Jesuit brother

Br John Dugan SJ

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Dugan, John, 1799-1856, Jesuit brother

Fr John D'Arcy SJ

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D'Arcy, John, 1848-1884, Jesuit priest

Fr John Fahey SJ

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Fahey, John, 1909-1988, Jesuit priest

Br Michael Dodd SJ

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Dodd, Michael, 1814-1858, Jesuit brother

Br Edward Foley SJ

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Foley, Edward, 1900-1967, Jesuit brother

Fr James Forde SJ

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Forde, James, 1603-1676, Jesuit priest

Fr George Gallagher SJ

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Gallagher, George, 1879-1945, Jesuit priest and chaplain

Fr David Galway SJ

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Galway, David, 1575/7-1643, Jesuit priest

Fr John Gough SJ

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Gough, John, 1580-1652, Jesuit priest

Fr John Graham SJ

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Graham, John, 1855-1927, Jesuit priest

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