Today we have added 7 new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920. Today’s additions include the parishes of Immaculate Conception in Lowell and St. Brigid in Maynard. This update includes over 1,300 pages, and over 150,000 searchable names.
Immaculate Conception in Lowell was run by the Oblate Order. The church was dedicated in 1877 as Lowell’s Catholic population grew.
St. Brigid (Maynard) was variously a mission of Marlborough and Concord before becoming its own parish in the 1890s.
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The new volumes are listed below:
- Immaculate Conception (Lowell) Baptisms, 1879-1895
- Immaculate Conception (Lowell) Baptisms, 1896-1900
- Immaculate Conception (Lowell) Baptisms and Marriages, 1868-1878
- Immaculate Conception (Lowell) Marriages, 1879-1895
- Immaculate Conception (Lowell) Marriages, 1896-1920
- St. Brigid (Maynard) Baptisms, 1871-1908
- St. Brigid (Maynard) Marriages, 1871-1917
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