Archdiocese of Boston: St. Anthony of Padua (Cambridge) now browsable

St. Anthony of Padua (Cambridge), image from Google Street View

Today we’ve added four new volumes to Massachusetts: (Image-Only) Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920 from St. Anthony of Padua in Cambridge. This update adds over 1,600 new pages to browse.

St. Anthony of Padua was established in 1902, serving the Portuguese immigrants of East Cambridge. The history of the church specifies the congregants came from mainland Portugal, the Azores, and Madeira. Boston College’s Global Boston project provides a helpful overview of Portuguese immigration to the Boston area including East Cambridge.

We’d like to thank volunteers Ross Weaver, Angela Napolitano, Eileen McCarthy and Kim Bonner for their help making this update possible.

If you need help navigating this collection, please consult our how-to video.  The new volumes are listed below:

St. Anthony of Padua (Cambridge) Baptisms, 1902-1913
St. Anthony of Padua (Cambridge) Baptisms, 1913-1918
St. Anthony of Padua (Cambridge) Baptisms, 1918-1920
St. Anthony of Padua (Cambridge) Marriages, 1902-1920

Please note: This database is available to all NEHGS members.  Learn more about becoming a NEHGS guest member (free).