August 9 – BURIED OUTSIDE THEIR COUNTRIES

BURIED OUTSIDE THEIR COUNTRIES

Like Br. Bonin, more than 200 Brothers have been buried outside their countries of origin.

Africa and Madagascar

-in Benin (ex-Dahomey), at Grand Popo, 1 French (See 20 September);

– in Cameroon, at Sangmelima, 1 French;

-in Djibouti, 2 French;

-in Ethiopia, 8 French: 1 at Larga-Arba, 3 at Addis-Abeba, 4 at Dire-Dawa;

-in Congo-Kinshasa, 6 Belgians and 1 Dutch, at Buta (See 30 May);

-in Gabon, 1 Belgian and 6 French: 3 at Libreville, 2 at Port-Gentil, 2 at Oyem;

-in Madagascar, 6 French: 2 at Fenerive, 1 at Diego-S., 2 at Hellville, 1 at Majunga;

-in Morocco, at Tafalgat, 1 Spanish, victim of the Rif war in 1924.

 

America

– in Canada, 27 French and 10 Brothers of the United States;

-in the United States, at St Johnsbury, 1 French;

– in Colombia, at Medellfn, 3 Spanish Brothers;

-in Peru, at Lima, 2 Canadians;

-in Haiti, at Jeremy, 1 Canadian.

Asia and Oceania

– in India, 18 French, 1 Canadian;

-in Malaysia, 3 Cana– in India, 18 French, 1 Canadian;dians and 2 French, but for Br. Henri-Joseph the term ‘buried’ is not apt, for he was cremated and the urn containing his ashes is deposited in the chapel of Batu Tiga;

– in Papua New Guinea, 1 Canadian, at Darn;

– in Singapore, 4 Canadians, 3 French and 2 Spanish;

-in Thailand, 21 French and 10 Spanish, at Sriracha.

Europe

-in England, in London, 11rish and 3 French, including Rev. Br. Martial;

– in Austria, 1 French;

– in Belgium, 1 Canadian, 37 French, 1 Italian, 1 Dutch and 1 Luxembourger;

-in Spain, 15 French, 1 Thai;

– in France, 2 Belgians, 2 Canadians (Br. Elzear and Br. Fran ois Solano, General

Assistants), 1 Spanish, 1 Italian;

– in Holland, 3 French, at Neeritter;

-in Italy, 35 French (30 at San Remo) and 2 Canadians (who died at Rome);

-in Norway, 1 French;

-in Poland, 1 French, at Szczeczin

– in Switzerland, at Givisiez, 1 French.

Date

Aug 09

Time

All Day

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