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Hugo Storni, Los jesuitas Argentinos (1829-1938) [via ARSI, Roma]
Joseph Dehergne, Repertoire des Jesuites de Chine (Rome, 1973) [digitized and accessible on the ARSI website]
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.
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)
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
Josephus Fejér SJ, Defuncti Secundi Saeculi Societatis Jesu (1641-1740) (Rome: IHSI, 1989)
Non-searchable pdf files, thanks to ARSI, Rome site
Josephus Fejér SJ, Defuncti Primi Saeculi Societatis Jesu (Rome, 1982)
Non-searchable PDF files, thanks to the ARSI site, Rome
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.
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?
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)
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.
Of particular interest for researchers into jesuits (Cologne, Germany) might be the following book:
2. Teil: Jesuiten (L): pp. 33-69
3. Teil: Indices (personal names / place names); Karte 9
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.
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.
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