Archdiocese of Boston Update: St. Stephen (Boston)

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We’ve added 14 new volumes to Massachusetts: (Image-Only) Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1900 from St. Stephen’s parish in Boston.  St. Stephen’s is located in Boston’s North End.  The church was originally founded as a free church for those who could not pay to belong to another parish.  At its founding, it was called St. John the Baptist.  As the parish grew, they expanded to a new church building, formerly known as New North Church, designed by Charles Bulfinch.  When they expanded to this new building, the parish became known as St. Stephen.  This update consists of the following volumes:

St. Stephen (Boston) Index to Baptisms and Marriages, 1842-1887

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms and Marriages, 1842-1845

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1846-1853

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1854-1862

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1862-1870

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1870-1877

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1877-1882

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1883-1889

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1889-1900

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1900 (part 1)

St. Stephen (Boston) Baptisms, 1900 (part 2)

St. Stephen (Boston) Confirmations and First Communions, 1875-1900

St. Stephen (Boston) Marriages, 1846-1872

St. Stephen (Boston) Marriages, 1872-1900