What is Boniface?

  • (noun): The owner or manager of an inn.
    Synonyms: host, innkeeper
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on boniface:

St Boniface's Catholic College - History - Comprehensive
... After a period as an independent school, in 1981 St Boniface’s Catholic College and Bishop Vaughan Catholic School were amalgamated into a Voluntary-Aided. 1, 2008 the College was renamed and readdressed as "St Boniface's Catholic College" at 21 Boniface Lane, Manadon Park, Plymouth ... Also in 2007, St Boniface's won the Schools Herald Team of the Year award and on Thursday 13 March 2008 pupils of the College produced the news for the BBC's School ...
St. Boniface General Hospital (Winnipeg) - History
... Boniface Hospital was established by the Grey Nuns in 1871, the first hospital west of Quebec ... Boniface General Hospital, giving it the right to invest and borrow money, own property, and collect fees for services ... Boniface Hospital, along with the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, opened the first hospice programs in Canada in 1975 ...
Papal Conclave, 1304–1305 - Cardinal Electors
... Two other cardinals, Giacomo and Pietro Colonna (uncle and nephew), had been deposed by Pope Boniface VIII and were thus ineligible to participate in the election their ... Cardinal-nephew Teodorico Ranieri Orvieto Cardinal-bishop of Palestrina 1298, December 4 Boniface VIII Camerlengo Leonardo Patrasso Guarcino Cardinal-bishop of Albano ... Marche Cardinal-bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina 1302, December 15 Boniface VIII Former minister general of the Order of Franciscans (1296-1304) Niccolò Alberti, O.P ...
St. Boniface General Hospital (Winnipeg) - Funding
... Boniface Hospital ... Boniface Hospital Research Foundation, founded in 1971, is the primary fundraising organization for St ... Boniface Hospital and the Research Centre ...
Agnes Of Montferrat - Empress Consort
... Boniface proceeded to send Otto de la Roche, megaskyr or grand seignior of Athens, as his envoy to Henry, proposing a marriage between her and the emperor ... Boniface sent Agnes to Abydos, Hellespont, Mysia through a galley ... Sturdza, the marriage was part of a new alliance between Boniface and Henry against Kaloyan of Bulgaria ...

More definitions of "Boniface":