Item 65 - Letter from Fr John Mulderry

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IE IJA J/2/65


Letter from Fr John Mulderry


  • 6 August 1918 (Creation)

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61st General Hospital, Salonica

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Material taken from the basement of St Francis Xavier, Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin, 09 February 2011, belonging to Fr Willie Doyle SJ. The material was (a) returned from the front and (b) collected by his brother, Fr Charles Doyle SJ.

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Letter from Fr John Mulderry, Chaplain, 61st General Hospital, Salonica referring to a letter received from [Father Provincial] ‘as
regards your queries I must candidly confess that my evidence (and I told them so in Clonliffe) rests solely an accounts given me by other Chaplains which accounts, rested on rumour...I should have thought the Society would have probed the matter to the bottom’.

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The Irish Jesuit Archives are open only to bona fide researchers. Access by advance appointment. Further details: [email protected]

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No material may be reproduced without the written permission of the Archivist. Copyright restrictions apply. Photocopying is not available. Digital photography is at the discretion of the Archivist.

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