St. Columbkille (Brighton) now searchable

St. Columbkille (p.196, One Hundred Years of Progress James Sullivan)

Today we’re announcing six new volumes in Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1900.  This update adds 16,649 new records and 59,984 new searchable names. St. Columbkille is named after St. Columba, an Irish saint who helped bring Catholicism to Scotland.  His name can take a few forms also including Colmcille. St. Columbkille (Brighton) became its own parish after splitting off from St. Mary of the Assumption in Brookline.  The new volumes are listed below:

St. Columbkille (Brighton) Baptisms, 1857-1881
St. Columbkille (Brighton) Baptisms, 1881-1894
St. Columbkille (Brighton) Baptisms, 1985-1900
St. Columbkille (Brighton) Confirmations, 1855-1895
St. Columbkille (Brighton) Confirmations, 1897-1900
St. Columbkille (Brighton) Marriages, 1857-1900

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