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CARBERY, J. J., Canadian bishop, born in Mullin-gar, h'eland, in 1823; died in Cork, Ireland, 19 December. 1887. He entered the Dominican order in 1841, and was elected provincial of Ireland in 1876. In 1880 he became assistant to the father-general of the society. He was elected bishop of Hamilton, Ontario, in 1883, and took possession of his see in 1884.
CARBERY, James Joseph - Appleton's Biography by Stanley L. Klos
CARBERY, James Joseph, Canadian bishop, born in Mullingar, County
Westmeath Ireland, 1 May 1823; died in Cork, Ireland, 17 December 1887. His
early education was received at the Seminary of Navan. He entered the Dominican
order in 1841, making his course of philosophy and theology at Viterbo and
Rome.He was elected Dominican provincial of Ireland in 1876. In 1880 he became
assistant to the father-general of the society. Elected third bishop of
Hamilton, Ontario, he was consecrated 11 November 1883 in Rome, and took
possession of his see in 1884. He held an important synod in his diocese, but
died while seeking to restore his health by a visit to his native country.
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