Chisholm, Æneas (DNB00)
|←Chisholm, Alexander||Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 10
CHISHOLM, ÆNEAS (1759–1818), Scotch catholic prelate, was born in Strathglass in 1759, and educated in the Scotch college at Valladolid, of which he became one of the masters. In 1786 he was nominated prefect of studies in the Scotch college at Douay. Three years later he came home to the mission, and was stationed in Strathglass. In 1804 he was appointed coadjutor to his brother, John Chisholm [q. v.] vicar-apostolic of the highland distract, and he was consecrated bishop of Diocæsarea in Isauria, 15 Sept. 1805. He succeeded his brother as vicar-apostolic in 1814; and died at Lismore 31 July 1818.
[Gordon's Catholic Church in Scotland, p. 460; Catholic Directory (1885), p. 61.]