Young, Nicholas Dominic

Young, Nicholas Dominic a Roman Catholic missionary, was born near Washington, Maryland, June 11, 1793. He studied with the English Dominicans at Bornhem, Belgium, and became a member of their order in 1810. In December 1817, he was ordained priest by bishop Flaget, at Bardstown, Kentucky, and in 1822 became superior of the Convent of St. Joseph, Perry County, Ohio. He was provincial of his order from September 1832, to May 1857. In 1851 he established a house of his order at Washington. He died in that city, November 28, 1878. See (N.Y.) Catholic Annual, 1882, page 55.

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