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and died, on a visit to Margate, April 19, 1834, aged 64.

DOD, Francis, probably a native of Staffordshire; alumnus July 12, 1693; ord. subdeacon Apr. 24, 1696; ord. priest; sent to England, Apr. 29, 1698. Was at Chillington, co. Stafford, 1702; said to have carried out Rev. Dan. Fitter s bequest for an itinerant priest in Staffordshire; died May 12, 1734.

DODD, Robert, born Feb. 3, 1767, son of Edward Dodd and his wife Cath. Thomas, of the suburbs of London, in Surrey; admitted Oct. 29, 1779, expelled March 4, 1783.

DORAN, Bernard, admitted Dec. 22, 1850; alumnus Nov. 30, 1857; ord. priest; left July 24, 1861; Gravesend, 1861-2; Portsea, 1862-88; Southampton, 1888-90; Bootle, Liverpool, 1890-1; Woolstone, Southampton, 1891-2; Winchester, 1892-3; Southsea, 1893-5 " retired, Southsea, 1895-7, an ^ at Southport, Lancashire, 1897 till death, Feb. 18, 1900.

DOWLING, John, born Aug. 27, 1780, son of Joseph Dowling, and his wife, Kath. Dunn, of London; baptized by Rev. John Lee, conditionally, and confirmed by Bishop Douglass; admitted May 1, 1801.

DOWLING, John, admitted Dec. 21, 1822; ord. priest May 26, 1828, retained as superior, left June 7, 1835.

DOWLING, William, admitted Jan 13, 1864; ord. priest, May 22, and left July 13, 1875; Salford, 1875-6; St. Patrick s, Manchester, 1876-7; Ancoats, 1877-82; St. Augustine s, 1882-8; Heywood, 1888-9; off mission, 1889 5 St. Joseph s, Stockport, 1890-3; Mold, 1893-7; went to America.

DOWNES, James Francis, admitted Oct. 16, 1868; ord. priest Dec. 21, 1872; left, June 5, 1873; now at St. Patrick s Bradford.

DOYLE, Daniel, admitted Nov. 23, 1875; ord. priest Dec. 18, 1880; left May 12, 1881; Wavertree, 1881-8; Barrow-in-Furness, 1888-9 5 joined the Franciscans. DOYLE, William, admitted Sept. 27, 1864; left Dec. 15, 1874, and ord. priest Jan. 17, 1875; Barrow-in-Furness, 1875-80; Douglas, 1880-6.

DRURY, Mark, vide Harrington.

DUCKETT, Richard, son, by his first wife, of Thomas Duckett, of Preston, Lancashire, sculptor, descended from a recusant family of long standing at Alston-cum-Hothersall, the name being originally spelt Duckworth but