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Clergyman , educator

Charles Albert Dubray, French clergyman, educator.

Background

Dubray, Charles Albert was born on November 2, 1875 in Villaines-sous-Luce, Department of Sarthe, France. Son of Pierre Michel and Mathilde (Guimier) Dubray.

Education

Educated Petit-Seminaire, Sees, France, St. Mary’s Hill, Paignton. Devon, England, Marist College, Washington, District of Columbia. Bachelor of Sacred Theology Catholic University of America, Washington, District of Columbia, 1899, Doctor of Philosophy, 1903.

Career

Came to the United States, 1894, naturalized citizen. 1908. Ordained priest, R.C. Church, 1899. Joined faculty, Marist College, 1899, president, 1915-1922.

Professor Philosophy, Trinity College, Washington, 1913-1923, Catholic U., 1914-1923. President Notre Dame, Seminary, New Orleans, also professor philosophy, 1923-1934. Now professor philosophy, Marist College.

Connections

father:
Pierre Michel Dubray

mother:
Mathilde (Guimier) Dubray