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Fabrègues, Joseph

 

 

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Born 26.11.1872 Montpellier, member of C.M. 06.10.1890, priest 20.05.1896, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Alalia Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Li Centrale 14.02.1910, consecrated 22.05.1910 in Paotingfu, consecrator Mons. Jarlin, nominated Coadjutor of Peking 13.06.1923, died 25.11.1928 Novosibirsk [1]

 

Fahy, Eugène

 

 

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Born 31.08.1911 San Francisco, member of S.J., priest 19.05.1945, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Yangchow 09.02.1951, emeritus 1983, died 00.00.1996 [2]

 

Fan Dao-jiang,

 

Born (unknown date), priest, Bishop of Nanchong, consecrated 07.04.1963 in Nanchong, consecrator Bishop John Li Xi-Ting, died 17.12.1987 [3]

 

Fan Henggan, Joseph

 

 

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Born 16.10.1882 Siwantze, priest 24.09.1910, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Paphus and Apostolic Vicar of Tsining 10.01.1933, consecrated 11.06.1933 in Rome, consecrator Pope Pius XI. [4], nominated Bishop of Tsining 11.04.1946, died 1975 or 1979 [5]

 

Fan Kai-ping, Stephen

 

Born (unknown date), priest, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Chaotung 06.07.1951, died 1982 [6]

 

Fan Luyi, Louis

 

Born 1921, priest 1950, Bishop of Baotou 1992, never consecrated, nominated Administrator of Baotou, Emeritus [7]

 

Fan Puhou

 

Born (unknown date), priest, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Tatung 1948, died?  [8]

 

 

Fan Wenxing, Peter

 

 

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Born 27.01.1921 Zhujiahe, priest 1948 or 1949, nominated Administrator of Hengshui 1954, Bishop of Hengshui 1980, consecrated 20.or 21.12.1981 in Tangshan, consecrator Bishop Chang Shou-yi, consecrated again 06.12.1982, consecrator Liu Ding Han, emeritus 1999, died 28.02.2006 [9]

 

Fan Xueyan, Joseph Peter

 

 

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Born 29.12.1907 Siao-Wang-Ting (Paoting), priest 22.12.1934, nominated Bishop of Paoting 12.04.1951, consecrated 24.06.1951 in Hankow, consecrator Mons. Rosà, died 13. or 16.04.1992 Cheng-teh City (in prison) [10]

 

Fan Yufei, Paul

 

 

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Born 26.07.1931 or 08.09.1932 Dayingxi, priest 29.05.1979, Bishop of Chowchich, consecrated 25.01.1982, consecrator Mons. Anthony Zhou Weidao, died 05.04.1995 [11]

 

Fan Zhong-Liang, Joseph

 

 

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Born 13.01.1918 Meilong Town (now Changqiao New Village)/Shanghai, baptised in 1932, member of S.J. 23.08.1938, priest 31.05.1951, Coadjutor of Shanghai, consecrated 27.02.1985, consecrator Bishop Matthias Lu Zhen Sheng, probably consecrated again on December 1988 by Peter Fan Xueyan, Bishop of Shanghai 12.03.2000, died 16.03.2014 Shanghai [12]

 

Fang Jianping, Peter

 

 

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Born 25.11.1962 Lulong county, priest 06.08.1989 or 15.02.1991, Coadjutor of Tangshan, consecrated 06.01.2000 in Peking, consecrator Bishop Joseph Liu Yuanren, Bishop of Tangshan 08.06.2008 (for CPA he became bishop at 17.11.2010) [13]

 

Fang Xing Yao, Johan

 

 

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Born 05.06.1953, priest 17.12.1989, Bishop of Linyi, consecrated 27. or 28.7.1997, consecrator Bishop Thomas Zhao Feng Wu [14]

 

Fang Zhigang,

 

Born (unknown date), priest, Bishop of Wenzhou 04.06.1958, consecrated 26.4.1960 in Shanghai, consecrator Mons. Ignatius Pi Shu-shi, resigned and married [15]

 

Fantoni, Annibale

 

Born 1818 Biella, member of O.F.M., Apost. Pro-Vicar of Jinan, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Paros 19.09.1848, never consecrated, died 11.07.1882 Hu-Kia-Chuam [15a]

 

Fantosati, Antonio

 

 

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Born 16.10.1842 S. Maria in Valle/Trevi (Spoleto), member of O.F.M. 28.07.1862, priest 1865, Administrator of Hu-Pè Occiduo-Settentrionale in 1878, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Adrane and Apostolic Vicar of Hunan 05.04.1892, consecrated 11.11.1892 in Kia-yuen, consecrator Mons. Banci, died 07.07.1900 Hengchow (assassinated), Beatification 24.11.1946, Canonisation 01.10.2000 [16]

 

Fatiguet, Louis Elisée

 

 

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Born 21.12.1855 Bordeaux, priest 17.12.1881, member of C.M. 17.09.1885, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Aspendus and Apostolic Vicar of Kiangsi 24.02.1911, consecrated 11.06.1911 in Kiukiang, consecrator Mons. Jarlin, died 12.02.1931 Kiukiang [17]

 

Faurie, Louis Simon

 

 

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Born 12.06.1824 Monségur (Bordeaux), member of M.E.P. 08.05.1850, priest 21.12.1850, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Appolonia and Apostolic Vicar of Konytchiou 27.05.1854, declined nomination because of age, accepted nomination in 1860, consecrated 02.09.1860, consecrator Mons. Desflèches, died 21.06.1871 Kouy-tcheou-fou [18]

 

Favarato, Emilio

 

 

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Born 09.05.1904 Portelongo (Padua), member of O.F.M.Conv. 1922, priest 08.07.1928. nominated Apostolic Prefect of Hinganfu 20.06.1941, expelled 1946; emeritus, died 1947/48(?) [19]

 

Faveau, Paul Albert

 

 

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Born 06.04.1859 Crochte (Cambrai), member of C.M. 25.09.1883, priest 15.08.1887,

nominated Tit.-Bishop of Tamasus and Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Kiam Occidentale 10.05.1910, consecrated 02.10.1910 in Ningpo, consecrator Mons. Reynaud, emeritus 00.02.1937, died 23.03.1949 Kashing/Tchikiang [20]

 

Favier, Pierre Marie Alphonse

 

 

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Born 28.12.1837 Marsannay (Dijon), member of C.M. 1861, priest 18.10.1861, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Pentacomia and Coadjutor of Ce-Li Settentrionale 12.11.1897, consecrated 20.02.1898 in Peking, consecrator Mons. Bruguière, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Li Settentrionale 13.04.1899, died 04.04.1905 Peking [21]

 

Fayolle, Jean Pierre Marie

 

 

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Born 25.04.1865 Duerne (Lyon), member of M.E.P. 18.09.1886, priest 21.09.1889, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Lampa and Coadjutor of Se-Ciuen Meridionale 15.07.1909, consecrated 24.10.1909 in Suifu, consecrator Mons. Chatagnon, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Se-Ciuen Meridionale 26.11.1920, died 19.10.1931 Suifu [22]

 

Feliciani, Antonio

 

Born 04.10.1804 Marano (Ripa), member of O.F.M. 1823, priest, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Hongkong 11.12.1842, emeritus 05.10.1847, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Hongkong “ad interim” 24.08.1850; emeritus 20.06.1855, died 17.03.1866 Tung-erh-kow/Shansi [23]

 

Feng Xinmao, Peter

 

 

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Born 21.01.1963 or 1964, priest 03.12.1998, Coadjutor of Hengshui 2002, consecrated 06.01.2004 in Hengshui, consecrator Bishop Liu Ding-han, Bishop of Hengshui 16.01.2008 [24]

 

Fenouil, Jean Joseph

 

 

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Born 17. or 18.11.1821 Rudelle (Cahors), member of M.E.P. 07.08.1844, priest 29.05.1847, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Tenedus and Apostolic Vicar of Yunnan 29.07.1881, consecrated 27.12.1881 in Kong-yang, consecrator Mons. Lions, died 10.01.1907 Yunnanfu [25]

 

Fernandez, Clemente

 

 

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Born 17.10.1879 Penerudes (Oviedo), member of O.P. 17.11.1895, priest 08.09.1903, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Formosa 02.09.1913, emeritus 00.06.1921, died 28.04.1952 Barcelona [26]

 

Ferrant, Paul Léon

 

 

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Born 02.07.1859 Wervicq (Cambrai), member of C.M. 1880, priest 07.06.1884, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Barbalissus and Coadjutor of Kiangsi 19.06.1898, consecrated 02.10.1898 in Ningpo, consecrator Mons. Reynaud, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Kiangsi 25.09.1905, died 05.11.1910 Shanghai [27]

 

Ferroni, Alfonso Maria Corrado

 

 

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Born 15.02.1892 Bignano sull’ Arno (Fiesole), member of O.F.M. 17.12.1914, priest 24. or 25.08.1920, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Aspendo and Apostolic Vicar of Laohokow 28.01.1932, consecrated 29.05.1932 in Hankow, consecrator Mons. Massi, nominated Bishop of Laohokow 11.04.1946, expelled 1955, died 10.03.1966 Firenze [28]

 

Filippi, Alessio Maria

 

Born 14.05.1818 Modena, member of O.F.M. 23.10.1837, priest 1841, nominated

Apostolic Pro-Vicar of Hu-Pè Occiduo-Meridionale 01.08.1870, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Paneade and Apostolic Vicar of Hu-Pè Occiduo-Meridionale 28.01.1876, consecrated 07.05.1876 in Wuchang, consecrator Mons. Zanoli, died 28.11.1888 Ichang [29]

 

Fiorentini, Agapito Augusto

 

 

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Born 27.09.1866 Palestrina, member of O.F.M. 1882, priest 22.03.1890, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Rusadus and Apostolic Vicar of Scian-Si Settentrionale 21.03.1902, consecrated 15.06.1902 in Hankow, consecrator Mons. Carlassare, emeritus 18.11.1909, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Scian-Si Settentrionale 1909 – 15.05.1910, nominated again Apostolic Vicar of Scian-Si Settentrionale 07.07.1916, emeritus 21.09.1938, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Taiyuanfu 1938, emeritus 1940, died 22.08.1941 Taiyuanfu [30]

 

Firenze, Pietro da

 

Born (unknown date), priest, member of O.F.M., nominated Aux.-Bishop of Khanbaliq 19.02.1311, consecrated probably by Pope Clemens V. [30a], nominated Bishop of Zaitum 1332, died 1362 [31]

 

Firenze, Giacomo da

 

Born (unknown date), priest, nominated Bishop of Zaitum 1362, consecrated, died 1370 ? (assassinated) [32]

 

Florens, Jean Louis

 

Born 10.04.1756 Lagnes, member of M.E.P. 1778, priest, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Zela and Coadjutor of Se-Ciuen 08.09.1807, consecrated 29.06.1810, consecrator Mons. Dufresse, died 14.12.1814 Yen-duyen-so-ha [33]

 

 

Focaccia, Ermenegildo

 

Born 28.06.1886 Mensa (Ravenna), member of O.F.M. 1901, priest 18.07.1910, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Yütze 16.01.1932, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Antifrae and Apostolic Vicar of Yütze 09.03.1944, consecrated 30.04.1944 in Taiyuan, consecrator Mons. Capozi, nominated Bishop of Yütze 11.04.1946, died 12.08.1953 Yütze [34]

 

Fogolla, Francesco Antonio Domenico

 

 

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Born 04.10.1839 Montereggio di Mulazzo (Parma) member of O.F.M. 1856, priest 19.09.1863, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Bagis and Coadjutor of Scian-Si Settentrionale 04.07.1898, consecrated 18.07.1898 in Paris, consecrator Mons. Eugenio Clari [35], died 09.07.1900 Taiyuanfu (assassinated), Beatification 24.11.1946, Canonisation 01.10.2000 [36]

 

Fogued y Gil, José

 

 

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Born 27.09.1885 Ojos Negros (Teruel), member of C.M.F. 1903, priest 23.06.1912, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Tunki 14.04.1937, died 24.01.1954 Barcelona [37]

 

Fontana, Giacomo Luigi

 

Born 02.07.1780 Ivrea, priest, member of M.E.P., nominated Tit.-Bishop of Sinitis and Apostolic Vicar of Szechwan 24.05.1817, consecrated 21.05.1820 in Chengtu, consecrator Mons. Perocheau, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Houkouang 1838, died 11.07.1838 Houy-sy [38]

 

Forcade, Theodor Augustin

 

Born 02.03.1816 Versailles, priest 16.03.1839, member of M.E.P. 1842, nominated Apost. Vicar of Japan and Tit.-Bishop of Samos, consecrated 21.02.1847 in Hongkong, consecrator Mons. Rizzolati, nominated Apostolic Pro-Prefect of Hongkong 05.10.1847, retired from office as Pro-Prefect 24.08.1850, retired from office as Apost. Vicar January 1852, nominated Bishop of Guadeloupe and Basse-Terre 06.04.1853, nominated Bishop of Nevers 11.12.1860, nominated Archbishop of Aix 29.03.1873, died 12.09.1885 Aix [39]

 

Ford, Francis Xavier

 

 

(Fotos: (1) Archive Perraud, (2) Archive Perraud, Bishop Ford on the right, Bishop James Edward Walsh on the left)

 

Born 11.01.1892 Brooklyn, member of M.M. 1912, priest 05.12.1917, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Kaying 28.04.1929, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Etenna and Apostolic Vicar of Kaying 18.06.1935, consecrated 21.09.1935 in Maryknoll, consecrator Mons. James Anthony Walsh [40], nominated Bishop of Kaying 11.04.1946, arrested 1950, died 21.02.1952 Canton (in prison) [40a]

 

Foucard, Pierre-Noël-Joseph

 

 

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Born 24.12.1830 Olivet (Orleans), priest 00.05.1856, member of M.E.P. 1859, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Zela and Apostolic Prefect of Kuangsi 13.08.1878, consecrated 29.03.1879 in Kong-yang, consecrator Mons. Lions, died 31.03.1889 Chang-se [41]

 

Fourquet, Antoine-Pierre-Jean

 

 

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Born 06.03.1872 Eus (Perpignan), member of M.E.P., priest 29.02.1896, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Themisonium and Apostolic Vicar of Canton 20.02.1923, consecrated 16.09.1923 in Canton, consecrator Mons. Pozzoni, nominated Archbishop of Canton 11.04.1946, emeritus 11.12.1947, nominated Tit.-Archbishop of Gangra 11.12.1947, died 18.02.1952 Montbeton (Montauban) [42]

 

Franca Castro e Moura, João de

 

Born 19.03.1804 S. Cosme de Gondomar (Porto), member of C.M. 1925, priest 1829, Administrator of Peking 1838, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Claudiopoli and Apost. Vicar of Peking 28.08.1840, declined nomination and consecration; resigned Administration 15.06.1847, nominated Bishop of Porto 21.05.1862, consecrated 06.07.1862 in Lissabon, consecrator Mons. Ferrieri [43], died 16.10.1868 Porto [44]

 

Frederix, Godefroy

 

 

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Born 19.07.1866 Afferden (Roermond)/Netherlands, member of C.I.C.M. 17.11.1889, priest 03.04.1892, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Thagaste and Apostolic Vicar of Kansu Settentrionale 08.03.1920, consecrated 29.06.1920 in Roermond, consecrator Mons. Schrijnen [45], nominated Apostolic Vicar of Ningsia 28.03.1922, emeritus 11.03.1930, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Ningsia 11.03.1930, emeritus 1931/32, died 18.06.1938 Sienynan [46]

 

Froewis, Georg

 

 

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Born 30.01.1865 Alberschwende (Brixen), member of S.V.D. 1892, priest 03.12.1893, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Sinyangchow 01.08.1928, emeritus 25.041933, died 11.11.1934 Sinyangchow [47]

 

 

Fu Tie-shan, Michael


 

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Born 03.11.1931 or 00.12.1932 Qingyuan, priest 1956, Bishop of Peking 1979, consecrated 21.12.1979 in Peking without Vatican approval, consecrator Bishop Michael Yang Gao-jian, died 20.04.2007 Peking [48]



[1] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:397; Planchet 1917:61, according to Bibl.Miss. he died 24.11. 1928 near Omsk, according to Planchet he was nominated Apost. Vicar on 19.02.1910

[2] See Perraud, http://timelines.ws/20thcent/1951.HTML, Annuario Pontificio; according to timelines.ws he was born in 1912

[3] See PEM 150

[4] Pius XI., Achille Ratti (1857-1939), since 1922 Pope

[5] See Perraud, Politi 2010:6

[6] See Perraud

[7] See Lam 2000/I:55, Information from Anthony Lam to author

[8] See Guide to the Catholic Church in China 2008:181

[9] See Lam2005/I:180, Guide to the Catholic Church in China 2008:88, PEM 150, UCANews 3.3.2006, see also letter of Bishop Fan  to authors: "To affirm  the effect of the sacrament of ordination, I have been consecrated conditionally on 6, Dec. 1982 by Bishop Liu Ding Han", see also  http://www.fides.org/aree/news/newsdet.php?idnews=6585&lan=deu (29.3.06), Politi 2010:25

[10] See Perraud, Politi 2010:11

[11] See PEM 142; PEM 150, Lam 2000/I:87, Politi 2010:26, according to letter of Bishop Yang Guang Yan he died on 04.04.1995

[12] See letter of Bishop to authors; PEM 152 and PEM 153, letter of Bishop Yuan Wenzei to authors, UCANews 5.7.2012, 17.3.2014; Tripod Spring 2014 Vol. 34 - No. 172; http://www.cardinalkungfoundation.org/pr/pr2014-03-16.php

[13] See  Politi 2010:49, PEM 157, UCANews 1.8.08, Lam 2005/I, Asianews 12.12.2013; http://www.ucanews.com/diocesan-directory/html/ordinary-of-china-tangshan-diocese.php; according to UCANews “he was still the coadjutor until Nov. 2010 in the record of the open Church authorities.”

[14] See PEM 151; 152, Politi 2010:47

[15] See PEM 137; PEM 150, Politi 2010:17, China Heute XXX, 2011/2 (170):100

[15a) See Archivum Franciscanum Historicum” (61, 1968, p. 490); Acta Ordinis Minorum", I, 1882, p. 176; http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/bfantoni.html

[16] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:577,  http://www.catholic-forum.com/saints/saintaep.htm, http://www.ofm.org/3/post/china44.html; Planchet 1917:191, according to Bibl.Miss. he became member of OFM in 1861

[17] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:28; Planchet 1917:153

[18] See Perraud, Eubel 8:111; Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:337; website Archives des M.E.P., according to Eubel born in Monségur in the diocese of Grenoble and became Tit.-Bishop and Apost. Vicar  in 1851;

[19] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):56, Annuario Pontificio 1950; according to Bibl.Miss born 4.5. 1904 ; http://www.gcatholic.com/dioceses/diocese/hing0.htm, according to Father Perraud he died in 1947, but Annuario Pontifico indicates, that he retired in 1948

[20 See Perraud, Annuario Pontificio 1934, Eubel 9:356; according to Father Perraud belonged Crochte to the Diocese of  Lille; according to Eubel Faveau retired in 1935

[21] See Perraud, Eubel 8:446; according to Eubel he was born 22.09.1837

[22] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):273

[23] See Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:198, Website Diocese of Hongkong (http://archives.catholic.org.hk/In%20Memoriam/Clergy-Brother/A-Feliciani.htm),

[24] See UCANews 8.1.2004, UCANews 18.1.2008, PEM 173, Lam 2005/I, Politi 2010:52

[25] See Perraud, http://archives.catholic.org.hk/In%20Memoriam/Clergy-Brother/JJ-Fenouil.htm, Eubel 8:540, according to Eubel he was consecrated 06.05.1882

[26] See Perraud, Planchet 1917:288

[27] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:74, Eubel 8:140; according to Eubel he was nominated Coadjutor 27.06.1898 and Apost. Vicar 23.09.1905

[28] See Perraud,  http://ricci.rt.usfca.edu/biography/view.aspx?biographyID=1514, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):175; according to Bibliotheca Missionum member of O.F.M. since 1908; according to http://ricci.rt.usfca.edu/biography/view.aspx?biographyID=1514 he was nominated Tit.-Bishop 25.1.1932

[29] See Fr. Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:332, Eubel 8:437;  Eubel indicates several other information, but all data of Fr. Perraud had been confirmed by Fr. Adams, OFM (letter to Fr. Perraud 22.3.1970, Archive Brender)

[30] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:399, Eubel 8:488; according to Perraud her was nominated Tit.-Bishop on 16.01.1902, but Annuario Pontificio and Eubel indicates 21.03.1902; according to Bibl.Miss. he retired as Apost. Vicar of Scian-Si Settentrionale in 1940

[30a] Clemens V., Bertrand de Got (1250/1256-1314), since 1305 Pope 

[31] See Robson 2006:112; lt. Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.4:45, http://www.gcatholic.com/dioceses/diocese/zait0.htm; according to Bibl.Miss. he was nominated Coadjutor of Khanbaliq in 1310

[32] See Gams 1873:126, http://www.gcatholic.com/dioceses/diocese/zait0.htm, http://users.bart.nl/~roestb/franciscan/franautvitaem.htm; according to users.bart he was assassinated in Turkestan on his way to Zaitum in 1362 and was beatified

[33] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.7:429, http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/bflor.html

[34] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):176; according to Bibl.Miss. he was ordained to priesthood in 1909

[35] Eugenio Clari (1836-99), since 1893 Bishop of Viterbo and Tuscania

[36] See Perraud,  Eubel 8:138, http://www.abbaye-saint-benoit.ch/hagiographie/fiches/f0083.htm, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:520; according to Eubel the place of birth belongs to the diocese of Pontremoli, according to Bibl.Miss to the diocese of Apunia; according to Eubel he was nominated Coadjutor 28.06.1898 and was consecrated 24.08.1898

[37] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):81

[38] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:47, http://ricci.rt.usfca.edu/biography/view.aspx?biographyID=556 ; according to Ricci he was born 02.07.1781, according to Eubel he was born in Montanaro, Diocese of Ivrea; according to Eubel nominated Apost. Vicar of Szechwan 09.05.1817; according to Ricci and Bibl. Miss. he died before receiving his nomination to Apost. Vicar of Hou-koang; according to ricci he died in Chengdu
[39]
See Perraud, Website of Diocese of Hongkong , Foi et.al. 1983:457
[40] James Anthony Walsh (1867-1936), Superior General of Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America (M.M.) since 1911, Tit.-Bishop since 1933
[40a]
See Perraud; Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):212; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Xavier_Ford  

 

[41] See Perraud, Eubel 8:602, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:638; according to Eubel he was consecrated 23.03.1879

[42] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:638; according to Bibl.Miss. he died in Marseille

[43] Innocenzo Ferrieri (1810-1887), Apost. Nuncio to Portugal 1856-68, Cardinal since 1868

[44] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:201; Planchet 1917:153, Van den Brandt 1936:32 , according to Bibl.Miss. he became member of C.M. in 1823; according to Bibl.Miss he was nominated Apost Administrator of Peking in 1841, but declined the nomination and did not accepted any consecration

[45] Laurentius Schrijnen (1861-1932), Bishop of Roermond/Netherlands since 1914

[46] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:307, Eubel 9:362; according to Bibl.Miss. he probably was born 17.07.1866;  according to Bibl.Miss. he became member of C.I.C.M in 1888; according to Perraud he was nominated Tit.-Bishop 05.03.1920; according to Eubel he died 19.06.1938; according to Bibl.Miss he died 19.6.1938 in Tatung

[47] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:270, Annuario Pontificio

[48] See Lam 2005/I,  http://www.china.org.cn/english/features/58557.htm; AsiaNews.it 20.4.07,

       http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Fu_Tieshan, Politi 2010:21; according to Yik-Yi Chung 2012:22 Bishop Fu was married