Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records for Immaculate Conception of Stoughton

Immaculate Conception of Stoughton from 100 Years of Progress, pages 690 and 691.

Today we’ve added five new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920 for Immaculate Conception of Stoughton. This update adds over 490 pages, 9,000 records and over 36,000 new names to search.

The new volumes are listed below:

  • Immaculate Conception (Stoughton) Baptisms and Marriages, 1859-1884
  • Immaculate Conception (Stoughton) Baptisms, 1859-1907
  • Immaculate Conception (Stoughton) Baptisms, 1884-1898
  • Immaculate Conception (Stoughton) Confirmations, 1898-1920
  • Immaculate Conception (Stoughton) Marriages, 1872-1908

Masses were celebrated in Stoughton as early as 1840. In 1848, the first regular Mass was performed to a congregation of 14 people in a private home. In 1859 land was purchased for a church building, and the church was completed in November that same year.

We’d like to thank out dedicated team of volunteers including; Liz Barnett, Kim Bonner, Loretta Brown-Aldrich, Becki Clarke, Helen Fredell, Eldon Gay, Julie Bliss Hammons, Sue Hurlbut, Carolyn Jack, Nancy Johnson, David Lambert, Katherine Marshall-Mayer, Sandy Murphy Mauer, Eileen McCarthy, Maureen McCarthy, Jack McCellan, Paul McCool, Stacey-Rae McCue, Meghan McDonagh, Matt Murphy, Angela Napolitano, Kathy Oberley, Jane Papa, Bob Rainville, Marie Wells, Judy Welna, and Mary Alice Yost. Their efforts made this update possible. If you would like to become part of the team working on rewarding genealogical projects, please contact Rachel Adams, Database Services Volunteer Coordinator via email at

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