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Raimundo de Ovies

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Raimundo de Ovies was an English-born American religious leader, author, columnist, and humanitarian. Born in Liverpool, England in 1877, he was dean of the Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta from 1928 to his retirement in 1947. De Ovies was a columnist for the Atlanta Constitution from 1932 to 1949 as well as host of a number of radio shows on WSB-Radio (now WSB-AM). He was the author of four books: Raimundo George Cassidy Saulus de Coreno Muniz de Ovies was born on January 8, 1877, in Liverpool, England, to Julian and Eleanor (Cassidy) de Ovies. Julian de Ovies was born in Spain and worked as a foreign correspondent, but as a young man had served as an officer in the Carlist Army in Spain and as a result was banished from that country. In 1887 the de Ovies family emigrated from Liverpool to New York City, but it is unknown as to the reasons why the family came to America. Upon coming to United States the de Ovies family lived in New York City and Boston and while living in Bos
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