ⓘ James A. Ward

                                     

ⓘ James A. Ward

James A. Ward was an American Catholic priest and Jesuit. He taught for many years at Georgetown and at the novitiate in Frederick, Maryland, of which he twice served as rector. He then became the vice president of Georgetown and was influential in the early years of Loyola College in Maryland. From 1857 to 1860, he was the President of Saint Josephs College. He spent his later years as socius to the Jesuit provincial superior in New York City, and teaching.

                                     
  • James Ward may refer to: James Ward Medal of Honor 1833 American Civil War sailor James Ward Medal of Honor, 1890 1854 1901 American Indian
  • James Michael Edward Ward - Prowse born 1 November 1994 is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Southampton
  • James Allen Ward VC 14 June 1919 15 September 1941 was a New Zealand recipient of the Victoria Cross VC the highest and most prestigious award for
  • Commander James Harmon Ward September 25, 1806 June 27, 1861 was the first officer of the United States Navy who was killed during the American Civil
  • James Richard Ward September 10, 1921 December 7, 1941 was a US Navy sailor who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during
  • James M. Ward born May 23, 1951 is an American game designer and fantasy author. He worked as a game developer and writer for TSR, Inc. for more than
  • Bidston and St James previously Gilbrook and St James 1973 to 1979, and Bidston, 1979 to 2004 is a Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council ward in the Birkenhead
  • James Hugh Ward November 30, 1853 August 15, 1916 was a U.S. Representative from Illinois. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Ward attended the public schools
  • James Rowland Ward 1848 1912 was a British taxidermist and founder of the firm Rowland Ward Limited of Piccadilly, London. The company specialised in
  • James Conroy - Ward born 12 April 1947 is a music publisher and retired English actor and singer best known for performing the Gilbert and Sullivan principal
  • John James Ward September 28, 1920 January 10, 2011 was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese