Charles Henry Augustine Esling, American lawyer, author. member of Royal Court of Saxony.
Esling, Charles Henry Augustine was born in 1845 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Joseph Jeremiah and Mary Anna (Holahan) Esling.
Educated St. Joseph’s College, Philadelphia and Georgetown University, District of Columbia. Graduate law department, University of Pennsylvania, 1882 (A.M., Georgetown, 1889, Doctor of Laws, St. Joseph’s College, 1901).
Charles Baeder, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, April 10, 1890. Admitted to bar, 1869. Represented archbishop of Baltimore and the Catholic laity of the United States at Golden Jubilee of Pope Pius IX, 1877, and received bronze jubilee medal.
Delaware to Lay Catholic Congresses of the United States, Baltimore, 1889, and Chicago, 1893. Extensive traveler in America and in Europe, where he has resided, since 1896. Foreign member of Royal Court of Saxony.
Lecturer. Treasurer Law Alumni Society, University of Pennsylvania, 1894-1896. Founder and 1st president De Sales Institute, Philadelphia Author: Melodies of Mood and Tense, 1894. Translator: Life of St. Germaine Cousin, Shepherdess of Pibrac (from Italian).