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                  BRENNAN, MARGARET, named Sister Teresa
                   
                  Howley*, became a titular bishop. In 1893, the year of his death, Power received Thomas Brennan as auxiliary bishop. Brennan, the urbane first bishop
                   
                   Teresa [Margaret Brennan*], they were to teach in parish schools
                  Brennan – would become the core of the Shamrocks’ offence. The Shamrocks played in the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada, having succeeded the
                  member, Margaret Brennan*, named Sister Teresa. The sisters assumed responsibility for two more separate schools in 1853 and established a
                   
                  . Billon, Annals of St Louis in its early days under the French and Spanish dominations (St Louis, Mo., 1886; repr. [New York], 1971). G. A. Brennan, “De Linctot, guardian of the
                  Health. Johnston was one of a team including Amédée Marien, Michel-Thomas Brennan, and several others which established the new aetiological, diagnostic
                   
                  . 16 July 1841 in Halifax, son of Timothy Morriscy, a blacksmith and locksmith, and Eliza Kehoe, née Brennan; d. 30 March 1908 in Chatham
                   
                  ., 19 (1910): 110–11, 141. U.S., Congress, Indian affairs: laws and treaties, comp. and ed. C. J. Kappler (2v., Washington, 1904), 2: 353, 374, 405–6. G. A. Brennan, The
                  -1954 (Saskatoon and Calgary, 1997). Brian Brennan, Scoundrels and scallywags: characters from Alberta’s past (Calgary, 2002). Jock Carpenter, Bootlegger’s bride ([Calgary], 1993
                  Godfrey], for Dixon was soon accepted as a worthy competitor. He came to notice after a series of battles with Hank Brennan, known as “the pride of Boston.” In February 1890 Dixon achieved
                   
                  Brennan of Notre-Dame Hospital, who had set up a small bacteriology laboratory there, he decided in 1898 to spend a year studying at the Institut Pasteur in Paris. He took a course in “microbial technique
                   
                   Teresa [Margaret Brennan*], and subsequently procuratrix. Her work as an administrator was concerned principally with education and the care of
                  emerging techniques of surgical asepsis. Upon his return to Notre-Dame Hospital in 1905, Harwood took over from Dr Michel-Thomas Brennan as head of
                  (Republic of Ireland), son of Joseph Phelan and Catharine Brennan; d. 6 June 1857 in Kingston, Upper Canada. After running out of funds to
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