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D' Alcala, Pedro

 

Born 1641 Granada (Spain), member of O.P., priest, Apost. Vicar of Chekian 1697, died (without consecration) 14.09.1705 Lan-Ki [1]

 

 

Da Costa Nuñes, José

 

 

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Born 15.03.1880 Candelaria (Angra)/Portugal, priest 26.07.1903, nominated Bishop of Macau 16.12.1920, consecrated 20.11.1921 in Horta (Azores), consecrator Mons. de Costa [2], nominated Archbishop of Goa and Patriarch of Oriental Indies 11.12.1940, emeritus 16.12.1953, nominated Tit.-Archbishop of Odessa and Patriarch „ad personam“16.12.1953, created cardinal priest of Santa Prisca 19.03.1962, died 29.11.1976 Rom [2a]

 

Da Costa Vaz, Policarpo

 

 

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Born 22.02.1908 Barreiros (Viseu), priest 21.03.1931, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Eurea and Aux.-Bishop of Lissabon 17.04.1950, consecrated 29.06.1950 in Viseu, consecrator Mons. Moreira Pinto [3], nominated Bishop of Macau 29.01.1954, nominated Bishop of Guarda 09.07.1960, emeritus 17.11.1979, died 04.01.1984 [4]

 

Da Silva, Marcelino Jose

 

 

(Foto: Website Diocese of Macau)

 

Born (unknown date), priest 26.09.1773, nominated Bishop of Macau 14.12.1789, consecrated 17.01.1790 in Lisboa, consecrator Mons. Bellisomi [5], emeritus 16.09.1802, died 11.06.1830 [6]

 

Da Silva Pedrosa Guimarães, Alexandre

 

 

(Foto: Website Diocese of Macau)

 

Born 21.07.1727 in Brasilia, priest, nominated Bishop of Macau 08.03.1773, consecrated 19.09.1773 in Lisboa, emeritus 01.04.1789, died 17.02.1799 [7]

 

 

Da Souza Ennes, Manuel Bernardo

 

 

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Born 05.11.1814 Villanova de Tago (Angra), priest 09.11.1845, nominated Bishop of

Macau 15.06.1874, consecrated 27.12.1874 in Lisboa, consecrator Mons. Antonio de Freitas [8], nominated Bishop of Braganca 09.08.1883, nominated Bishop of Portalegre 30.07.1885, died 08.09.1887 [9]

 

 

 

Daems, Constantin

 

 

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Born 13.05.1872 Westmalle (Mechelen), member of C.I.C.M. 01.09.1889, priest 21.06.1895, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Kansu Meridionale 05.05.1914, emeritus 08.03.1922, nominated General Superior of  C.I.C.M. 23.06.1930, died 11.12.1934 during travelling in Russia [10]

 

Daguin, Florent

 

Born 04.01.1815 Beaujeu (Lyon), member of C.M. 1837, priest 21.12.1839, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Troas and Coadjutor of Mongolia 02.03.1848, consecrated 15.07.1848 in Siwantze, consecrator Mons. Mouly, nominated Apost. Vicar of Mongolia 17.07.1857, died 09.05.1859 Koulitou [11]

 

Dalceggio, Cesare


Born 10.10.1821 Telve (Italy), member of O.F.M. 1844, priest 1849, nominated Apost. Pro-Vicar or Administrator of Hu-Pè Occiduo-Settentrionale 1871, died 02.08.1871 [11a]

 

 

 

Dang Mingyan, Anthony

 

 

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Born 12.07.1967 (Xian), priest 05. or 15.09.1991, Aux.-Bishop of Xi’an 14.06.2005, consecrated 26.07.2005 in Xi’an, consecrator Bishop Anthony Li Du'an, Bishop of Xi’an 25.05.? 2006 [12]

 

Danicourt, François Xavier

 

 

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Born 18.03.1806 Authies-les-Doullens (Arras), member of C.M. 1928, priest 24.09.1831, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Antiphellas and Apostolic Vicar of Chekiang 22.12.1849 or 22.12.1850, consecrated 07.09.1851 in Ningpo, consecrator Mons. Baldus, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Kiangsi 00.05.1854, died 02.02.1860 Paris [13]

 

De Jesus-Maria-Joseph, Emmanuel

 

Born (unknown date), member of O.F.M., priest, nominated Bishop of Nanking 12.02.1721, consecrated  30.03.1721 in Lisboa, consecrator Mons. de Almeida [14], expelled 1724, died 06.07.1739 Lisboa [15]

 

De Maria, Pietro

 

(Foto: Website Diocese of Hongkong)

 

Born 07.02.1866 Pontestura (Alessandria)/Italy, member M.E.M. 18.04.1888, priest 22.09.1888, Apost. Pro-Vicar of Hongkong since 1905, died 28.04.1923 Milano [15a]

 

de Martiliat, see Martiliat
de Rocha Froes, see Purificación

 

 

 

De San Felice, Antonio

 

Born (unknown date), member of O.F.M., priest, nominated Tit.-Archbishop of Myra 14.11.1637, consecrated, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Japan 20.06.1639, nominated Apostolic Administrator of China 09.05.1646, died (unknown date) [16]

 

 

De Santa Rosa, Hilario

 

 

(Foto: Website Diocese of Macau)

 

Born 01.03.1693 in Portugal, member of O.F.M., priest 27.12.1718, nominated Bishop of Macau 19.12.1740, consecrated 05.03.1741, consecrator Cardinal de Almeida [17] in Lisboa, emeritus 18.08.1752, died 30.03.1764 [18]

 

 

De Santa Rosa de Viterbo, Francesco

 

Born 24.11.1693 Crato (Lisboa), member of O.F.M., priest 22.05.1717, nominated Bishop of Nanking 26.11.1742, consecrated 17.02.1743, consecrator Cardinal de Almeida [19], died 21.03.1750 [20]

 

De Silva, Antonio

 

Born 13.01.1654 Lisboa, member of S.J. 1669, priest, nominated Bishop of Nanking by De Tournon in 1707, but the archbishop of Goa forced him to resign, never consecrated, died 1726 [21]

 

De Smedt, Léon Jean Marie

 

 

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Born 03.12.1881 St. Nikolaas (Gent), member of C.I.C.M. 1899, priest 16.07.1905, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Adra and Apostolic Vicar of Siwantze 14.12.1931, consecrated 17.04.1932 in Siwantze, consecrator Mons. Van Dijck, nominated Bishop of Siwantze 11.04.1946, died 16.11.1951 Kalgan [22]

 

Defèbvre, André Jean François

 

 

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Born 24.06.1886 Tourcoing (Cambrai), member of C.M. 1903, priest 03.07.1910,  

nominated Tit.-Bishop of Gibba and Apostolic Vicar of Ningpo 23.12.1926, consecrated 01.05.1927 in Ningpo, consecrator Mons. Hu Ruoshan, nominated Bishop of Ningpo 11.04.1946, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Yungkia 1950, emeritus 1951, died 07.04.1967 Paris [23]

 

Delaplace, Louis Gabriel

 

 

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Born 19.01.1820 Auxerre, member of C.M. 09.08.1842, priest 1843, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Adrianopolis and Apostolic Vicar of Kiangsi 27.02.1852, consecrated 25.07.1852 in Feng Kiao, consecrator Mons. Baldus, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Tchekiang 12.06.1854, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Li Settentrionale 09.1869 or 21.01.1870, died 24.05.1884 Peking [24]

 

Della Chiesa, (Antonio) Bernardino

 

Born 08.05.1644 Venezia, member of O.F.M. 06.08.1663, priest 1671, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Argolis 19.03.1680, consecrated 01.04.1680 in Rome, consecrator Mons. Cibo [25], 17.04.1680 Coadjutor of Fokien, 29.10.1684 Apost. Vicar of Fokien, emeritus 1687 (?),  nominated Bishop of Peking 10.04.1690, died 21.12.1721 Linqing [26]

 

Demetz, Vinzenz Maria

 

Born 05.05.1893 Austria, member of O.F.M., priest, nominated Apostolic Pro-Prefect of Yungchow 1947, emeritus 1948, died 21.08.1967 [27]

 

 


Deng Jizhou
, see Ten Gan-lin

Deng Yiming, see Tang Yee-ming

 

Derouineau, Alexandre

 

 

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Born 15.01.1898 Blaison (Angers), member of M.E.P. 1921, priest 1923, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Bida and Apostolic Vicar of Yunnan 09.12.1943, consecrated 19.03.1944 in Kweiyang, consecrator Mons. Larrart, nominated Archbishop of Kunming 11.04.1946, died 30.09.1973 Gohier (Angers) [28]

 

Desflèches, Eugène Jean Claude

 

 

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Born 13.02.1814 Jonage (Grenoble), member of M.E.P. 1837, priest 16.12.1837, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Sinite and Coadjutor of Se-Ciuen 18.12.1844, consecrated 28.04.1845 in Hohia-ing, consecrator Mons. Pèrocheau, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Se-Ciuen Orientale 02.04.1856, emeritus 15.03.1883, nominated Tit.-Archbishop of Claudianopolis 15.03.1883, died 07.11.1887 Montbeton (Montauban) [29]

 


Desmazures
, siehe Thomine-Desmazures

 

Desperben, Dominique

 

 

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Born 12.07.1898 Béguios (Bayonne), member of SS.CC. 1920, priest 02.08.1925,

nominated Apostolic Prefect of Hainan 24.03.1939, died 16.06.1980 Singapur [30]

 

Deswazières, Gustave-Joseph

 

 

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Born 14.10.1882 Tourcoing (Lille), member of M.E.P., priest 23.09.1905, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Maximiniana and Apostolic Vicar of Pakhoi 18.02.1928, consecrated 27.01.1929 in Tourcoing, consecrator Mons. Budes de Guébriant, emeritus 1929, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Pakhoi 27.02.1940, nominated Bishop of Pakhoi 11.04.1946, additional nominated Apost. Administrator of Canton 1947 – 1950, died 22.02.1959 Lille [31]

 

Deymier, Jean Joseph Georges

 

 

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Born 13.02.1886 Saint-Michel Lapujade (Gironde), member of C.M. 1904, priest 14.07.1912, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Diospolis and Apostolic Vicar of Hangchow 18.02.1937, consecrated 30.05.1937 in Hangchow, consecrator Mons. Faveau, nominated Archbishop of Hangchow 11.04.1946, died 02.04.1956 Le Bouscat (Gironde) [32]

 

Diego y Carbajal, Angel

 

 

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Born 23.08.1867 Nava (Oviedo), member of O.E.S.A. 1885, priest 19.10.1891, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Caloe and Apostolic Vicar of Hu-Nan Settentrionale 22.03.1917, consecrated 23.06.1918 in Foochow, consecrator Mons. Aguirre Murga, emeritus 16.11.1936, died 28.06.1941 Changteh [33]

 

Digard, Alexandre

 

 

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Born 21.02.1891 Biville (Coutances), member of O.F.M. 1908, priest 25.07.1914, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Idushien 20.05.1938, emeritus 23.11.1949, died 25.07.1969 Chatelets [34]

 

Dillon, Julian (Julius) Edward

 

Born 19.1.1897 Bristol (Hartford)/USA, member of O.F.M. 03.10.1925, priest 21.12.1929, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Shasi 11.07.1936, imprisoned 1949, expelled 01.04.1951, died 25.06.1961 Lotung/Taiwan [35]

 

Ding Lingbin, Peter

 

 

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Born 20.07.1962 Huang nian town/Changzhi, priest 16.11.1992, 2013 Bishop-Elect of Changzhi with papal approval, Bishop of Changzhi [36]10.11.2016, consecrated 10.11.2016 in Changzhi, consecrator Joseph Li Shan [36a]

 

Domenico

 

Born (unknown date), member of O.F.M., priest, nominated Archbishop of Khanbaliq 09.08.1403, consecrated, died (unknown date) [37]

 

Donaghy, Frederick Anthony

 

 

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Born 13.01.1903 New Bedford (Fall River), member of M.M. 1928, priest 26.01.1929,

nominated Tit.-Bishop of Setea and Apostolic Vicar of Wuchow 20.07.1939, consecrated 21.09.1939 in Fall River, consecrator Mons. Cassidy [38], nominated Bishop of Wuchow 11.04.1946, emeritus 1983, died 05.02.1988 Miaoli City/Taiwan [39]

 

Donato, Alfonso-Maria di

 

 

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Born 1783 Napoli, member of O.F.M. 1820, priest, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Cardicium and Coadjutor of Chansi and Chensi 09.09.1831, consecrated 12.07.1835, consecrator Mons. Salvetti, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Chensi 02.03.1844, died 20.05.1848 Tong-yuen-fang [40]

 

Dong Guang-qing, Bernardin

 

 

(Fotos: (1) UCANEWS, (2) consecration of Bishop Liao Hongqing. 2nd from left is Bishop Dong. Foto sent by Bishop Liao Hongqing to Dr. Kierein)

 

Born 01.04.1917, member of O.F.M., priest 1942, Bishop of Hankow 18.03.1958, consecrated 13.04.1958 in Hankow, consecrator Joseph Li Taonan, accepted by Pope John Paul II. and nominated Archbishop of Hankow 1984, died 12.05.2007 [41]

 

 

Dong Guanhua, Paul

 

 

(Foto: UCANews)

 

Born 1958?, priest, consecrated secretly 2005, consecrator unknown [41a], Bishop of Zhengding without papal or government approval, by his own account he consecrated Father Zhang Guoqing [41b]

 

 

Dong Wen-long,

 

 

(Foto: possibly Bishop Dong Wen-long, Archive Perraud)

 

Born (unknown date), priest, Bishop of Jinan, consecrated 01.06.1958 in Jinan, consecrator Mons. Ignatius Pi Shu-shi, died 1978 [42]

 

Du Jiang, Matthias

 

 

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Born 23.11.1963, priest 16.7.1989, Bishop of Shaanba, consecrated 07.05.2004 in Bameng, consecrator Bishop John Liu Shigong, openly installed on 08.04.2010 [43]

 

Duan Yinmin (Duan In-min), Mathias

 

 

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Born 22.02.1908 Mutewehe (Wanhsien), priest 27.03.1937, nominated Bishop of Wanhsien 09.06.1949, consecrated 18.10.1949 in Wanhsien, consecrator Mons. Jantzen, died 10.01.2001 Wanxian [44]

 

Dubail, Constant

 

 

(Foto: Archive Perraud)

 

Born 11.03.1838 Dorans (Besancon), member of M.E.P. 1858, priest 21.12.1861,

nominated Tit.-Bishop of Bolina and Apostolic Vicar of Manciuria 23.05.1879, consecrated 09.11.1879 in Chaling, consecrator Mons. Ridel [45], died 07.12.1887 Ingtse [46]

 

Dubar, Edouard

 

 

(Foto: Archive Perraud)

 

Born 12.10.1826 Roubaix (Cambrai), member of S.J. 1852, priest 22.09.1860,

nominated Tit.-Bishop of Canatha and Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Li Meridio-Orientale 06.09.1864, consecrated 19.02.1865 in Tchang-kia-tchouang, consecrator Mons. Languillat, died 01.07.1878 Tchang-kia-tchouang [47]

 

Ducœur, Maurice François

 

 

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Born 31.10.1878 Nanton (Autun), member of M.E.P. 1896, priest 29.06.1901,

nominated Tit.-Bishop of Barbalissus and Apostolic Prefect of Kuangsi 22.12.1910, consecrated 04.06.1911 in Nanning, consecrator Mons. Marcou [48], nominated Apostolic Vicar of Kuangsi 06.04.1914, died 10.06.1929 Marseille [49]

 

Dufresse, Louis Gabriel Taurin

 

 

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Born 08.12.1750 Lezoux (Clermont), member of M.E.P. 1774, priest 17.09.1774, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Tabraca and Coadjutor of Szechwan 14.07.1798, consecrated 25.07.1800 in Tchentu, consecrator Mons. Saint-Martin, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Szechwan 15.11.1801, died 14.09.1815 Chengdu (beheaded), Beatification 27.05.1900 [50]

 

Duhart, Pierre

 

Born 11.12.1901 La-Bastide-Clairence (Bayonne), member of M.E.P. 08.11.1919, priest 19.12.1925, nominated Apostolic Pro-Vicar of Kirin 1946, nominated Apost. Administrator of Kirin 1952, expelled 1952, died 16.08.1963 Paris [51]

 

Dumond, Paul Marie

 

 

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Born 02.04.1864 Lyon, member of C.M. 05.04.1885, priest 10.08.1888, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Curubis and Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Li Marittimo 27.04.1912, consecrated 30.06.1912 in Peking, consecrator Mons. Jarlin, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Kanchow 25.08.1920, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Kanchow 12.05.1925, nominted Apostolic Vicar of Nanchang 03.07.1931, died 20.02.1944 Kioukiang [52]

 

Dunand, Marie-Julien

 

 

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Born 23.01.1841 St.Jean de Belleville (Tarentaise), priest 19.09.1863, member of M.E.P. 18.06.1868, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Caloe and Apostolic Vicar of Se-Ciuen Settentrionale-Occidentale 21.08.1893, consecrated 26.11.1893 in Suifu, consecrator Mons. Chatagnon, died 04.08.1915 Chengtu [53]

 

Durand, Louis-Prosper


 

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Born 13.11.1885 Coaticook (Sherbrooke), member of O.F.M. 1907, priest 25.07.1912, nominated Superior Weiheiwei 29.01.1932, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Weiheiwei 10.02.1938, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Sebela and Apostolic Vicar of Chefoo 14.06.1938, consecrated 28.08.1938 in Peking, consecrator Mons. Zanin, nominated Bishop of Chefoo 11.04.1946, emeritus 20.01.1950, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Giro 20.01.1950, died 07.08.1972 Tokio [54]




[1] See Planchet 1917:169, 171; Touron 1746:739 ff; according to Touron he died 14.09.1706

[2] Manuel da Costa (1867-1922), since 1914 Bishop of Angra

[2a] See www2.fiu.edu/~mirandas/bios-n.htm#Nunes

[3] José da Cruz Moreira Pinto (1887-1964), since 1928 Bishop of Viseu

[4] See Perraud

[5] Carlo Bellisomi (1736-1808), 1785 Cardinal „in petto“, published in 1794, 1785 Nuncio in Portugal, 1795 Archbishop-Bishop of Cesena

[6] See Perraud, www.catholic-hierarchy.org

[7] See Perraud, www.catholic-hierarchy.org

[8] António José de Freitas Honorato (1820-1898), 1873-83 Aux.-Bishop of Lisboa, since 1883 Archbishop of Braga

[9] See Perraud,  Eubel 8:358; according to Eubel he was born in Topo (Angra)

[10] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:301, Planchet 1917:133, according Planchet he was ordained on 21.07.1889.

[11] See Perraud, Eubel 7:379, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:189; according to Eubel he was nominated Coadjutor in 1844, according to Bibl.Miss. in 1847

[11a] See Planchet 1917:191, Marazzi 1985:122

[12] See PEM 181, UCANews 27.7.2005, Politi 2010:53

[13] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:84, Eubel 8:110; according to Eubel nominated Apost. Vicar of Chekiang on 14.01.1851 and according to Bibl.Miss. in 1850; according to Eubel nominated Apost. Vicar of Kiangsi in 1853 and according to Bibl.Miss. in 1854. Perraud indicates also 09.11.1852

[14] Tomás de Almeida (1670-1754), since 1716 Patriarch of Lisboa, 1737 Cardinal

[15] See Perraud, Gams 1873:127, Eubel 5:279

[15a] See Planchet 1917:249, Website atma-o-jibon.org, website diocese of Hongkong, Archive of Diocese of Hongkong

[16] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.5:787

[17] Tomás de Almeida (1670-1754), since 1716 Patriarch of Lisboa, 1737 Cardinal

[18] See Perraud, www.catholic-hierarchy.org

[19] Tomás de Almeida (1670-1754), since 1716 Patriarch of Lisboa, 1737 Cardinal

[20] See Perraud, Eubel 6:300, PEM 223; according to Eubel he was baptised 24.11.1693

[21] See Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.7:470, Krahl 1964:105, www.gcatholic.com; according to Bibl.Miss. he was Apost. Vicar

[22] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:305; according to Bibl.Miss. he died 24.11.1951 in prison

[23] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):80

[24] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:571, Eubel 8:77; according to Bibl.Miss. born 21.01.1820; according to Eubel nominated Apost. Vicar of Tchekiang in 1853 and Perraud indicates also 07.11.1852; According to Bibl.Miss. he was nominated Apost.Vicar of Ce-Li Sett. 21.01.1870 and Perraud indicates also September 1869

[25] Odoardo Cibo (1619-1705), since 1689 Tit.-Patriarch of Constantinople

[26] See Perraud, www.bautz.de/bbkl/c/Chiesa.shtml, http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/bernardino-della-chiesa_(Dizionario-Biografico)/ , Mungello 2001:106; according to treccani he became Tit.-Bishop on 20.03.1680, became Apost. Vicar on 25.10.1684, died in 20.12.1721 in Lintsing;

[27] See Perraud, www.franziskaner-schwaz.at/SchriftstellerA-L.pdf

[28] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):266

[29] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:426, Eubel 7:347; according to Eubel he was nominated Coadjutor 04.03.1843 and Bibl.Miss. indicates also 1843; according to Eubel he was consecrated 28.04.1844; according to Eubel he was nominated Apost. Vicar 04.04.1856; according to Eubel he was nominated Tit.-Archbishop 20.02.1883; according to Eubel he died 08.11.1887

[30] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):434

[31] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):267; according to Bibl.Miss. Tourcoing belongs to the diocese of Cambrai

[32] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):84; according to Perraud he was born in N.D. de Loretta (Bordeaux); according to Bibl.Miss. he died in Bordeaux

[33] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):6

[34] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):169

[35] See Perraud, Homepage of Franciscan Friars (Holy Name Province)/USA:  www.hnp.org; Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):170, according to Bibl.Miss.born on Jan., 16th 1897

[36] According to UCANews 14.11.2016 CPA recognized him as Coadjutor Bishop

[36a] See UCANews 23.01.2015, 3.2.2016, AsiaNews 9.11.2016, infomation from his office and on prayer card

[37] See Perraud, Gams 1873:126; according to Gams he retired or died before 1408

[38] James Edwin Cassidy (1869-51), since 1934 Bishop of Fall River

[39] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):208, Annuario Pontificio

[40] See Perraud, Eubel 7:133; Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:196; according to Bibl.Miss.born in 1804

[41] See Perraud, UCANews 18.5.07, 01.06.2011, China Heute XXVII (2008), No. 1-2 (155-156), p 3, Radio Vatikan  24.5.07, Politi 2010:13

[41a] according to La Stampa 08.10.2016 the consecrator was Casimir Wang Milu

[41b] See La Stampa 08.10.2016, UCANews 19.10.2016, UCANews 22.12.2016, Èglises d'Asie 19.10.2016

[42] See PEM 150

[43] See PEM 202, UCA News 08.04.2010, Guide to the Catholic Church in China 2008:197, letter of bishop to authors

[44] See Perraud, Politi 2010:10, UCANews 11.01.2001

[45] Félix-Clair Ridel, M.E.P. (1830-84), since 1869 Tit.-Bishop and Apost. Vicar of Corea

[46] See Perraud, Eubel 8:152, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:623; according to Eubel he was born 11.02.1838; according to Bibl.Miss. Dorans is part of the diocese of Strasbourg

[47] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:402; Eubel 8:177; according to Eubel he was nominated Apost Vicar 09.09.1864; according to Bibl.Miss. he died in Sienhsien

[48] Jean-Pierre Marcou, M.E.P. (1857-1939), since 1901 Apost. Vicar of Tonkino Marittimo/Vietnam

[49] See Perraud, Eubel 9:79; according to Eubel he was ordained to priesthood 28.06.1901

[50] See Perraud, http://ricci.rt.usfca.edu/biography/view.aspx?biographyID=487

[51] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):270, http://www.mepasie.org/?q=duhart; www.apostolische-nachfolge.de/asien1.htm    

[52] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:306, Eubel 9:149; Annuario Pontificio 1934; Planchet 1917:65;  according to Perraud he was nominated Apost. Vicar of Ce-Li Marittimo 02.05.1912; according to Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:306 he died 19.2.1944 in Nan-tch’ ang

[53] See Perraud, Eubel 8:173

[54] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):171