Teresa was the daughter of the John Hayden who sold land to Father D. A. DeParcq land to erect Mt. Calvary Convent and Academy. She took the religious name of Sister Aloysia and was the Sister Superior at Mt. Calvary Academy in Calvary, Washington (Now Marion) County, Kentucky when she died at the age of 27 years.
She died testate. She wrote this will on July 18, 1833, (Asiatic Cholera was raging in central Kentucky). She called her self Teresa Hayden of the Society of Loretto, now residing at the Convent of Mount Calvary, Washington County, Kentucky. She bequest that her estate go to the Society of Loretto, "also the land my father John Hayden, gave to me." This will was witnessed by Dr. Louis R. Porter, [Rev.] D. A. Deparcq, and Mary Phillips. This will was probated and recorded in Will Book #E, on page 270in the County Clerk's Office in Springfield, Kentucky.
Sister Alysia was buried in the Sisters' Section of Old Holy Name of Mary Cemetery at Calvary, Kentucky. Her remains were moved to the L:oretto Motherhouse at Nerinx, Kentucky in March, 1914.
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