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Re: William Hill of Glenn Dale, MD who became a priest
Posted by: Beth Rasmussen (ID *****4649) Date: January 19, 2011 at 17:16:14
In Reply to: William Hill of Glenn Dale, MD who became a priest by Zachary Zuzalek of 1185

This sounds like the man you want.

Chicago Tribune
Death Notice: WILLIAM F. HILL
January 21, 2010
William F. "Bill" Hill, 87, of Wildwood, IL., passed away on Jan. 19 after a two-year struggle against cancer. Born in Baltimore, MD., on June 23, 1922, Bill devoted his professional life to the pursuit of knowledge and encouraged and mentored countless students to do the same over more than 45 years as a college professor. He taught high school in Baltimore and received a Master's degree in Education from Loyola University Maryland in 1954. He began his collegiate teaching career in 1957 at the College of St. Teresa in Winona MN and received a Master's degree in Theology from Marquette University.

1930 United States Federal Census
Name:        James P Hill
Home in 1930:        Baltimore, Baltimore (Independent City), Maryland
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Age:        39
Estimated birth year:        abt 1891
Birthplace:        Maryland
Relation to Head of House:        Head
Spouse's name:        Anna M Hill
Race:        White
Occupation: manager, Fairbanks Morse

Military service: yes

Rent/home value:own, $8000

Age at first marriage:26, 26

Parents' birthplace:Md
Household Members:        
Name        Age
James P Hill        39
Anna M Hill        39
James T Hill        11
William F Hill        10
Francis J Hill        7
Margret J Hill        3

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