Joseph Patrick Hurley

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According to Wikipedia, Joseph Patrick Hurley was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Bishop of St. Augustine from 1940 until his death in 1967. He also held diplomatic posts in Europe and Asia. Early life and education Joseph Hurley was born in Cleveland, Ohio, one of nine children of Michael and Anna Hurley. His parents were both Irish immigrants; his father was originally from County Mayo, and his mother from Sligo. Hurley received his early education at Holy Name School from 1901 to 1909, and then attended St. Ignatius High School until 1912. He was the only one among his siblings to continue his education past age 16. He applied to West Point, for which he was nominated by U.S. Representative Robert J. Bulkley before it was discovered that Hurley was not an actual resident of Bulkley's 21st congressional district.

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