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Argentina Jesuits (1829-1938) (August 25, 2015)
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New England Jesuits (Oral history project) (August 19, 2015)
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Dehergne, Repertoire des Jésuites de Chine (1973) (January 14, 2015)
Joseph Dehergne, Repertoire des Jesuites de Chine (Rome, 1973) [digitized and accessible on the ARSI website]
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Chronology of SJ provinces (1774-1958) (November 19, 2013)

ARSI (Fejer-De Cock), Data chronologica originis et evolutionis regionum provinciarum 1774-1958 , 1997 (Thanks to renewed ARSI site)

Allows researcher to find when provinces were erected, or split up, or joined, or when a new mission was started. Searchable PDF file.

 

 

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Catalogs SJ 1774-1829 (November 19, 2013)

Catalogs SJ 1774-1829  (thanks to renewed ARSI site)

listed according to different provinces, and pertaining to different years (either beginning [ineunte] or ending [exeunte] of year)

 

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Defunti durante la Soppressione (1774-1814) (August 17, 2013)

Defunti durante la Soppressione (1774-1814) / Deceased during the Suppression times (1774-1814)

Non-searchable pdf file (6 pages)

Thanks to the ARSI Rome site

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Fejér, Defuncti Secundi Saeculi Societatis Jesu (1989) (August 17, 2013)

Josephus Fejér SJ, Defuncti Secundi Saeculi Societatis Jesu (1641-1740) (Rome: IHSI, 1989)

Non-searchable pdf files, thanks to ARSI, Rome site

 
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Fejér, Defuncti Primi Saeculi Societatis Jesu (1982) (August 17, 2013)

Josephus Fejér SJ, Defuncti Primi Saeculi Societatis Jesu (Rome, 1982)

Non-searchable PDF files, thanks to the ARSI site, Rome

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'China Jesuit' entries in DHCJ (September 13, 2012)

A list (PDF) of almost 200 names of Jesuits that operated in China, which have an entry in the Diccionario Histórico de la Compañía de Jesús (Rome-Madrid: 2001), 4 vol., with reference to the respective page numbers in the four volumes of the book.

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Catalogus Defunctorum (1814-1970) - Mendizábal (August 25, 2010)

Catalogus Defunctorum (1814-1970)

Via Midwest Jesuit Archives, Missouri Province. Searchable Pdf-files.

Jesuit Rufo Mendizabal compiled information in order to facilitate research about the Society of Jesus. The text principally includes biographical data about Jesuits who died between 7 August 1814 and 30 September 1970. The information often identifies a Jesuit’s date and city of birth, his year of entrance into the Society, his date of final profession, and his province affiliation at the time of death. Catalogus Defunctorum serves as a starting point for historical research about members of the Society after the Restauration.

How to use this catalogue?

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Departed Dutch and Flemish SJ (2003-) (June 05, 2008)

A short obituary for every Dutch or Flemish jesuit (in Dutch) who passed away since 2003 (Netherlands), 2004 (Flanders) ... check the In memoriam  (up to 2013-2014)

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Jesuits in Switzerland (June 15, 2007)

Ferdinand Strobel,  Die Gesellschaft Jesu in der Schweiz. (Heveltia Sacra, Der Regularklerus, VII). Francke Verlag, Bern, 1976.

See pp. 5-609, 641-681 (index). Particular persons are dealt with under the heading of one of the colleges e.g.

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Jesuits in the diocese of Cologne, Germany 1611-1825 (June 15, 2007)

Of particular interest for researchers into jesuits (Cologne, Germany) might be the following book: 

Jakob Torsy, Der Regularklerus in den Kölner Bistumsprotokollen 1611-1825. (Studien zur Kölner Kirchengeschichte, v. 18-19-20), 1985.
ISBN: 3-87710-105-4

2. Teil: Jesuiten (L): pp. 33-69

3. Teil: Indices (personal names / place names); Karte 9 

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Jesuits in the diocese of Muenster, Germany 1593-1674; 1699-1731 (May 18, 2007)

Of particular interest for researchers into jesuits (Münster, Germany) might be the following books:

Wilhlem Kohl,  Die Weiheregister des Bistums Münster 1593-1674. (Die Geschichte des Bistums Münster, Band 9),  Aschendorff, Münster. 1991, XXX, 259 p.

ISBN 3-402-05231-8

See the index for the placenames, and then "Jesuiten".

 

Wilhlem Kohl, Die Weiheregister des Bistums Münster 1699-1731. (Die Geschichte des Bistums Münster, Band 10), Aschendorff, Münster. 1999, XXIV, 295 p.

ISBN 3-402-06695-5

See the index for the placenames, and then "Jesuiten".

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Jesuit authors of Belgian Province (May 18, 2007)

Researchers into the Jesuit authors of the Belgian Province (Belgica Septentrionalis -- BSE) can adddress their requests to the researcher of www.jesuitica.be
Thanks to fr. Herman Cordemans, we have Access files (not accessible online) containing their works, its editions and translations.
We equally have an updated Prosopographia (Belgian S.J. BSE 1814-2003) of the same province, containing the dates of birth, entrance and demise.

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