St. Mary's College

#12156 / #3197
Global Influence / U.S. Influence
College in Wilmington, Delaware

About St. Mary's College

According to Wikipedia, St. Mary's College was a Catholic college in Delaware from 1841 until 1866. St. Mary's College was founded in Wilmington, Delaware, in 1841 by Patrick Reilly. Incorporated January 29, 1847 by an Act of The state of Delaware sec 793 chapter 44. Its enrollment peaked at 120 students in 1857. Its fortunes declined during the American Civil War and it closed in 1866.

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What Is St. Mary's College Known For?

St. Mary's College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

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Who Are St. Mary's College 's Most Influential Alumni?

St. Mary's College 's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Law, Medical, and Education. Here are some of St. Mary's College 's most famous alumni:

Michael Corrigan
Michael Corrigan
A Roman Catholic Archbishop of New York.
Eunan O'Neill
A Television presenter from Northern Ireland.
Josiah O. Wolcott
An American politician and jurist .
Wayne Gilchrest
An American politician.
James Smith Jr.
An American politician .
Bob Hannah
An American baseball player.
William D. Denney
An American governor of Delaware .
Colin Bonini
An American politician.
Charles Oberly
An American politician.
Charles L. Terry Jr.
An American judge.
William Purnell Jackson
A Republican senator for Maryland .
William Noble Andrews
An American politician, Maryland.

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