Legion of Mary

Related Overviews

Society of St Vincent de Paul

John Charles McQuaid (1895—1973) Roman Catholic archbishop of Dublin


'Legion of Mary' can also refer to...

Legion of Mary

Legion of Mary

WELSH, (Ruth) Mary (Eldridge) (1896 - 1986), Legion of Merit, USA

Legio Maria (in distinction from the Legion of Mary, a Roman Catholic lay organization):

RYAN, Mary (died 1961), Prof. of Romance Languages, University College, Cork, 1910–38; Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur, 1935

PAU, Paul Mary Cæsar Gerald (1848 - 1932), Grand Croix, Legion of Honour; Médaille Militaire; President de la Croix Rouge Francaise

BROADBENT, William Henry (1835 - 1907), Commander of the Legion of Honour; Physician in Ordinary to King Edward VII and Prince of Wales (now King George V); consulting physician to St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, and various other hospitals

ROY, Maurice Paul Mary (born 1899), Grand Officier, Légion d’Honneur; Professor at Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, 1947–69; President: Committee on Space Research; International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

DECHAMPS, Jules (1888 - 1968), Grand Officier de l’Ordre de Léopold; Grand Officier de l’Ordre de la Couronne; Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur; Professor of French Language and Literature in the University of London (Queen Mary College) 1930–53; Emeritus Professor since 1953; Fellow of Queen Mary College, 1956

MORLEY, John (died 1974), Captain RAMC (T); awarded Croix de Chevalier Legion of Honour for distinguished services in Gallipoli; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Ancoats Hospital, Manchester, and Manchester Royal Infirmary; Consulting Surgeon for Children, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester; Professor of Surgery (Emeritus), Manchester University; Fellow, Association of Surgeons; Fellow (Hon. Member section of Surgery) Royal Society of Medicine; Ex-President, Manchester Medico-Legal Manchester Surgical, Manchester Medical and Manchester Pathological Societies; formerly External Expert Adviser in Surgery, London University; External Examiner in Surgery, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Durham Universities, etc


More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • European History


Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

An association of lay Catholics, founded in 1921 by Frank Duff (1889–1980). Its members' practical Christian action is rooted in a theologically based spirituality, inspired by the writings of St ...

Subjects: European History.

Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.