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  • Mahony — bzw. O’Mahony ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Pierce Charles de Lacy O’Mahony (1850–1930), irischer Politiker und Philanthrop Roger Michael Mahony (* 1936), Kardinal und Erzbischof von Los Angeles Siehe auch: Mahoney O’Mahony …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mahony — This noble and distinguished surname, found almost exclusively in West Munster, is an Anglicized form of the Old Gaelic O Mathghamhana (Modern Gaelic O Mathuna ), descendant of Mathghamhain, a male given name meaning Bear . Traditionally, Irish… …   Surnames reference

  • Mahony & Zvosec — Mahony Zvosec, Architects Planners was an American architectural practice based in Princeton, New Jersey, active in the mid to late twentieth century Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.[1] It was established in 1967 by Leo Halpin …   Wikipedia

  • Mahony, Ven. Charles — • Irish Franciscan priest who was executed at Ruthin in Wales in 1679. Short article includes a statement by the martyr Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Mahony, Francis Sylvester — (1804 1866)    Born in Camden Quay, Cork, his parents had a woolen business in Glanmire and subsequently in Blarney. He studied at the Jesuit College at Clongowes Wood, County Kildare, and at later in France and Italy, where for two years he… …   British and Irish poets

  • MAHONY, Francis Prout (1862-1916) — generally known as Frank Mahony artist was born at Melbourne on 4 December 1862. He was taken to Sydney when 10 years old and studied at the Academy of Art. His work was accepted by the Bulletin and he became known for his excellent drawings of… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Mahony — /ˈmani/ (say mahnee) noun Frank, 1862–1916, Australian painter, illustrator and teacher; noted for his paintings of outback subjects …  

  • MAHONY, FRANCIS —    an Irish priest, born in Cork, who took to journalism, and is known by his nom de plume of Father Prout; contributed to Fraser s Magazine, and was foreign correspondent to the Daily News and the Globe; was famous for his elegant translations… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Mahony, Francis Sylvester (Father Prout) — (1804 1866)    Humorist, b. at Cork, and ed. at the Jesuit Coll. at Clongoweswood, Co. Kildare, at Amiens, and at Rome, becoming a member of the society, was Prof. of Rhetoric at Clongoweswood, but was soon after expelled from the order. He then… …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • Roger Mahony — His Eminence  Roger Michael Mahony Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Los Angeles …   Wikipedia

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