DUFFÆUS, THOMAS [SSNE 7880]

Surname
DUFFÆUS, DUFF, DUFFY
First name
THOMAS

Text source

Thomas Duffæus matriculated at the Seminary of Braunsberg in the diocese of Ermland (Warmia) in 1610 after having come from Vilnius. He became a monk in Pelpin in 1611 but was dismissed for ineptitude.

 

Sources: Alphons Bellesheim, History of the Catholic Church of Scotland from the Introduction of Christianity to the Present Day, translated with notes and additions by D. Oswald Hunter Blair, Vol. 3, [Appendix VI: Scottish Students in the Seminary of Braunsberg (diocese of Ermland, 1579-1642)], (Edinburgh, 1889), p. 456.

 

This entry created by Mr Jack Abernethy.

Service record

PRUSSIA, POLAND-LITHUANIA, BRAUNSBERG (BRANIEWO)
Capacity STUDENT, purpose ACADEMIC, ECCLESIASTICAL
POLAND-LITHUANIA, PELPIN
Departed 1611-12-31
Capacity MONK, purpose ECCLESIASTICAL
POLAND-LITHUANIA, VILNIUS
Departed 1610-12-31
Capacity STUDENT, purpose ACADEMIC, ECCLESIASTICAL