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Father Le Menant des Chesnais thanks the people of Christchurch 1885

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The Very Rev Theophilus Le Menant Des Chesnais, L.M., Vicar General and Administrator of the Diocese of Christchurch, was born 6 November 1836 in Brittany, France ...

From the above link (read for more) ... In 1882 he came to the arch-diocese of Wellington, where he was appointed to do missionary work. The archdiocese then included the present diocese of Christchurch, and Father des Chesnais held mission services in every parish throughout that large district. It was he who established the parish of St. Mary's in Christchurch, where he built the present church and schools, and introduced that noble band of workers, the Sisters of Mercy

6 March 1885 St. PATRICK'S COLLEGE, WELLINGTON
... Father Le Menant des Chesnais begs to acknowledge, with thanks, the following subscriptions fron Christchurch towards St Patrick's College, Wellington:

Luke ARCHER

Mrs BAGLEY
Henry BAKER
John BARNETT
Edward BARRETT
Mr J. BARRETT
John Joseph BEATY
Annie BEHAN
Patrick BIRMINGHAM
Miss BOYLAN
William BRICK
Jane BRIGGS
Mr J. BURKE
Miss BURKE
Henry BURROWS
Mrs BURROWS
James BUTLER
Richard BUTTER

Thomas CAHILL
Mrs CARR
Peter CASSIDY
Hugh CASSIN
Michael CASSIN
Mrs CLOSE
John CONDON
Miss Annie COOK
Mrs COOPER
John CORBOY
Miss Mary COSTELLO
J. CUMMINGS
Michael CUMMINGS
Miss Alice CUNNEEN
Mr CUNNINGHAM
Michael CURRAN
Daniel CURTIN
Mrs CUTTS

Ellen DALY
Mrs DAVIS
John DAW
Miss Julia DEMPSEY
Miss Kate DEMPSEY
Patrick DEMPSEY
James DENEGHEY
Mrs DEVINE
Mrs DOBBS
Peter DOHERTY
Patrick DOLAN
Miss DONNELLY
Mr J. DOYLE
Thomas DOYLE
Miss Jane DRURY
Mrs DUFFY
Miss Mary DUFFY
John DUGGAN
John DUMPHY

Mr J. ENNIS, junr
James ENNIS

Stephen FAMMIMG
John FINN
Edmond FLAHAVAN
John FLYNN
Richard FITZFERALD
Mr J. FUSS

John GALLON
Patrick GARRIGAN
Miss Bridget GAVIN
George GAYNOR
Mr T. GOING
Mrs GOING
Robert GRANT
Thomas GREANY
Mrs GREGORY

Michael HAMILTON
Edward HARMSTON
James HERLIHY
James HENDRON
John HENDRON
Patrick HENDRON
C. HICKEY
John HICKMOTT
Thomas HYNES

James JONES

John KELLY
Miss KELLY
Mrs Mary KELLY
Patrick KELLY
James KENNEDY
Mrs James KENNEDY
Joseph KENNEDY
J. W. KENNEDY
John KEOGH
Miss Delia KERRINS
Miss Mary KEVIL
Mrs KIRK

John LAFFERTY
Miss Mary LAVIN
Michael LAWLOR
Patrick LEAHY
Mr LYSAGHT

Miss Mary MACKLE
Mrs MAHER
Miss Johanna MAHONEY
Mr MAHONEY
Thomas MAINDONALD
Mr J. MANNIX
Fortunata MARCHIONI
Denis MARKHAM

Mr McAVANUE
Cornelius McBARRON
Miss M. Mary McCARTHY
Miss Ann McCLEARY
John McCURRY
Miss Catherine McDONALD
John McDONALD
James McGEE
Mrs McGILLIGAN
Mr McGRALE
Miss Winifred McGRALE
Peter McGRATH
Henry McGROGGIN
J. McINTYRE
James McKAY
Peter McKEGNEY
Mr E. McKINDRY
Archibald McKINLY
John McLOONE
Thomas McPHELAN

Mrs MILLER
Thomas MILNER
Mr MOORE
James MORAN
John MORRISEY
Bridget MULKERRINS
William MULLIN
Mr T. MULLINS
William MULROYAN
Thomas MURPHY
Mrs MURPHY

Patrick NOLAN
Francis NUGENT

Mr S. O'BRIEN
Thomas O'BRIEN
James O'DONNELL
Thomas O'GORMAN
Daniel O'KEARNEY
Andrew O'MALLEY
John O'MALLEY
Julia O'REILLY
John O'REILLY
Patrick O'REILLY
Peter O'ROURKE
Florence O'SULLIVAN
John O'SULLIVAN

Peter PACCI
Miss Kate PERCEVAL
Miss Ellen PHELAN
Miss Lizzie PHELAN
William POWER
Miss C. PRENDERGAST

Michael QUINN

James REDMOND
Mr D. ROBERTS
Miss Mary ROCK

Mrs SABY
Mr SAUNDERS
Mr J. SHELLY
Mr SHERIDAN
John SLATTERY
Miss Mary Ann SMITH
John STEVENS
Mrs SUTTON

Barth TAAFE
Charles TOLLAN
Neal TOLLAN
Mrs TORRINGTON

Francis WALSH
Patrick WYNNE

Mrs YOUNG


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Father Le Menant des Chesnais
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