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Charles Francis Connor

Clergyman

Charles Francis Connor, American clergyman. Member Knights of Columbus (4th degree). Chaplain, Legion of Honor, Vasella Post 277, American Legion.

Background

Connor, Charles Francis was born on February 8, 1881 in New York City. Son of Charles Augustus and Agnes (Nolan) Connor.

Education

Preparatory education, Xavier High School, New York. Bachelor of Arts, St. Francis Xavier’s College, New York, 1900, A.M., 1907. Theological course, Woodstock (Maryland.) College Joined Society of Jesus (Jesuits), 1900.

Ordained priest R.C. Church, 1915. Instructor classics and English, Holy Cross College High School, 1907-1910. Instructor freshman classics and English, Holy Cross College, 1910-1911, St. Francis Xavier College, New York, 1911-1912.

Dean, St. Joseph’s College, Philadelphia, 1919-1921, Atenco Di Manila, Philippine Islands, 1921-1922. Principal St. Joseph’s College High School, 1923-1924. Also served as professor dialectics and epistemology Holy Cross College, and with Fordham University Extension School.

Preacher, lecturer as member Jesuit Order Missionary Band. Member Jesuit Mission Band of New York Province. Widely known as speaker on religious and educational subjects.

Chaplain, United States Army, World War. In action St. Die Sector and Meuse Argonne offensive. With Army of Occupation in Germany.

Career

Dean, St. Joseph’s College, Philadelphia, 1919-1921, Atenco Di Manila, Philippine Islands, 1921-1922.

Membership

Member Knights of Columbus (4th degree). Chaplain, Legion of Honor, Vasella Post 277, American Legion.

Connections

father:
Charles Augustus Connor

mother:
Agnes (Nolan) Connor