Dobmayer, Marian a German Jesuit and theologian, was born at Schwandorf, Oberpfalz, October 24, 1753, entered the Jesuit order, and on its suppression in 1773 became a Benedictine. In 1778 he was ordained priest, and in 1781 he became professor at the Lyceum of Neuberg; in 1794 professor of theology at Ingolstadt. In 1799 he returned to the Benedictine monastery at Weissenohe, and thence went to Amberg as professor of theology, in which office he died, December 21, 1803. His chief works are his Conspectus Theologice Dogmatica (Amberg, 1789): — Systema Theologice Catholicce (posthumous; 1807-1819, 8 volumes, 8vo), of which an abridgment was published in 1823, edited by Professor Salomon of Regensburg. — Wetzer u. Welte, Kirchen-Lexikon, 3:186.