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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records for St. Joseph of Haverhill

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Postcard image of Haverhill
Street Scene of Haverhill, Massachusetts circa 1910. Public Domain courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Today we have added six new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920 , for the parish of St. Joseph in Haverhill. This update includes over 1,500 pages and over 135,000 searchable names.

In 1876 Rev Gather Casgrain, of Fall River, was instructed by the Archbishop to go to Haverhill and erect a church for the people who spoke the French language. In March of 1877, St. Joseph’s Church was dedicated by Archbishop Williams, Bishop de Goesbriand, of Burlington, Vermont, and Bishop La Fleche of Canada. In 1885, Father Bouche, who succeeded Father Casgrain, enlarged the church and a school was added. For more history of the church, see One hundred years of progress : a graphic, historical, and pictorial account of the Catholic Church of New England, Archdiocese of Boston, pages 420-423.

We’d like to thank our dedicated team of volunteers for their work on this, including; Liz Barnett, Tim Belgrad, Mouna Blila, Kiera Breitenbach, Holly Caughlan, Eileen Convey, Pauline Cusson, Lisa Elvin-Staltari, Janet Essency, Patrick Henehan, Kate , Maureen Keillor, Arlys LaFehr, Debbie Lansing, Eileen McCarthy, Paul McCool, Stacey-Rae McCue, Gig Moineau, Matt Murphy, Christohe Semamz, Maddy Silberman, Frederique Van Moortel, and Laura Versmee. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

The new volumes are listed below:

St. Joseph (Haverhill) Baptisms, 1899-1904
St. Joseph (Haverhill) Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1880-1887
St. Joseph (Haverhill) Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1894-1898
St. Joseph (Haverhill) Marriages, 1894-1906
St. Joseph (Haverhill) Mixed, 1871-1879
St. Joseph (Haverhill) Mixed, 1887-1893

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Images of St Joseph Church
Early images of St. Joseph of Haverhill pages 420 and 421 of One Hundred Years of Progress. Public Domain.

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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records for Brockton, Lexington, and South Boston

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Icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa at The Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Doylestown, PA [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], from Wikimedia Commons

Today we have added 10 new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920. Today’s additions include the parishes of St. Casimir in Brockton, St. Brigid in Lexington, and Our Lady of Czestochowa in South Boston. This update includes over 1,350 pages, and over 66,000 searchable names.

St. Casimir Catholic Church dated back to 1898, a parish established by Lithuanian immigrants. The church was originally named St. Rocco, and it was the founding home of the national Knights of Lithuania which was organized in 1913. The building is between Ames Street and St. Casimir Avenue in Brockton.

The Lexington parish began as a mission of St. Peter’s in Cambridge, then became a mission of Arlington. In 1865, a building was bought to serve as the first Catholic church in Lexington. In 1886 St. Brigid’s became their own parish.

Our Lady of Czestochowa is the Polish parish in Boston, which began in 1893 when a Polish priest, Father John Chmeilinski came to Boston. Initially this congregation worshiped at Holy Trinity, the German parish, before building a church of their own. The parish is named after a prominent icon of the Virgin Mary that hangs in a monastery in Czestochowa, Poland.

We’d like to thank our dedicated team of volunteers for their work on this, including; Loretta Brown-Aldrich, Becki Clarke, Cathy Corricelli, Gail Delfosse, Amelia Devin Freedman, Rosie Gellene, Nancy Johnson, Stacey-Rae McCue, Bruce McKeeman, Erin Nantais, Kathy Oberley, Bob Rainville, Sam Sturgis, Bill Wolfendale, and Joseph Zajac. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

The new volumes are listed below:

  • St. Casimir (Brockton) Baptisms, 1900-1909
  • St. Casimir (Brockton) Deaths, 1900-1920
  • St. Casimir (Brockton) Marriages, 1900-1906
  • St. Brigid (Lexington) Baptisms, 1886-1910
  • St. Brigid (Lexington) Baptisms, 1911-1920
  • St. Brigid (Lexington) Confirmations, 1908-1920
  • St. Brigid (Lexington) Marriages, 1886-1916
  • St. Brigid (Lexington) Marriages, 1916-1920
  • Our Lady of Czestochowa (South Boston) Baptisms, 1893-1902
  • Our Lady of Czestochowa (South Boston) Marriages, 1893-1903


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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records for Lynn and Quincy

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Church images
Early images of St. Joseph of Lynn and St. John the Baptist of Quincy, from pages 187 and 510 of One Hundred Years of Progress. Public Domain.

Today we have added 13 new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920. Today’s additions include the parishes of St. Joseph in Lynn and St. John the Baptist in Quincy. This update includes nearly 3,000 pages, and over 330,000 searchable names.

St. Joseph (Lynn) began as an offshoot of St. Mary (Lynn) in 1875; the cornerstone of the church was laid on the 4th of July of that year. Construction completed in 1885, and on June 21st Archbishop Williams dedicated the church.

St. John the Baptist (Quincy) was situated in the center of Quincy, and the cornerstone was laid by Archbishop Williams November 24th, 1872. The church was completed and dedicated on June 14, 1874.

We’d like to thank our dedicated team of volunteers for their work on this, including; Alida Baker, Bonnie Barnes, Jennica Bayne, Tim Belgrad, Bernadine Bernavil, Kiera Breitenbach, Linda Breveleri, Loretta Brown-Aldrich, Sarah Collins, Cathy Corricelli, Gail Delfosse, Amelia Devin Freedman, Janet Essency, Eldon Gay, Rosie Gellene, Jane Himmel, Paula Hines, Carolyn Jack, Carolyn Jack, Nancy Johnson, Michelle Kearns, Arlys LaFehr, Rick Lageux, Toni Lattimer, Ben Lewis, Barbara Macken, Katherine Marshall-Mayer, Maureen McCarthy, Jack McCellen, Meghan McDonagh, Katie McNally , Matt Murphy, Erin Nantais, Conall O’Cathain, Kathleen Oberley, Jane Papa, Jeananne Piper Grady, Stacey- Rae McCue, Bob Rainville, Susie Souza, Sam Sturgis, Sage Suorsa, Fran Weaver, Judy Welna, Rhonda Wilson, and Mary Alice Yost. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

The new volumes are listed below:
• St. John the Baptist (Quincy) Baptisms, 1885-1903
• St. John the Baptist (Quincy) Baptisms and Marriages, 1863-1871
• St. John the Baptist (Quincy) Marriages, 1872-1900
• St. John the Baptist (Quincy) Baptisms, 1872-1879
• St. John the Baptist (Quincy) First Communions, 1882-1904
• St. John the Baptist (Quincy) Confirmations, 1882-1918
• St. John the Baptist (Quincy) Baptisms, 1879-1885
• St. John the Baptist (Quincy) First Communions and Confirmations, 1868-1881
• St. Joseph (Lynn) Baptisms, 1874-1899
• St. Joseph (Lynn) Baptisms, 1900-1920
• St. Joseph (Lynn) Confirmations, 1877-1920
• St. Joseph (Lynn) Marriages, 1874-1908
• St. Joseph (Lynn) Marriages, 1920

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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records for Boston Harbor Islands, Concord, and Norwood

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Map of Boston Harbor Islands
Map of the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. This image was produced by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. As a product of the US Government, it is in the public domain and not protected by copyright restrictions.

Today we have added 8 new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920. Today’s additions include The Boston Harbor Island Mission, and the parishes of St. Bernard in Concord and St. Catherine of Siena in Norwood. This update includes over 620 pages, and over 105,000 searchable names.

Priests traveled to the Boston Harbor Islands to say Mass and administer sacraments, hence the categorization of a mission. The illustration above provides a map showing of many of the Boston Harbor Islands.

St. Bernard’s records in Concord begin in 1868. In One Hundred Years of Progress, James S. Sullivan recounts the slow but steady growth of this parish compared to other parishes in more industrial towns.

St. Catherine of Siena in Norwood was established as a mission of St. Mary (Dedham) in 1863. It became its own parish in 1890.

We’d like to thank our dedicated team of volunteers for their work on this, including; Bill Fenton, Helen Fredell, Amelia Devin Freedman, Eldon Gay, Carolyn Jack, Nancy Johnson, Arlys LaFehr, Rick Lagueux, Aidan Largey, Tate Lehmann, Ben Lewis, Jennifer Lozano, Barbara Macken, Katherine Marshall-Mayer, Sandy Murphy Mauer, Eileen McCarthy, Paul McCool, Stacey-Rae McCue, Matt Murphy, Angela Napolitano, Jane Papa, Bob Rainville, Marie Wells, Rhonda Wilson, Mary Alice Yost, and Carol Zimmerman. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.The new volumes are listed below:

  • Boston Harbor Islands Baptisms and Marriages, 1877-1920 (Mission)
  • Boston Harbor Islands Baptisms, 1877-1920 (Mission)
  • Boston Harbor Islands Sick Calls, 1894-1920 (Mission)
  • Bernard (Concord) Baptisms, 1868-1900
  • Bernard (Concord) Marriages, 1868-1920
  • Catherine of Siena (Norwood) Baptisms, 1890-1908
  • Catherine of Siena (Norwood) Confirmations, 1890-1917
  • Catherine of Siena (Norwood) Marriages, 1890-1908

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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records for Lowell and Maynard

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Map of Lowell, Massachusetts
1876 bird’s eye view map of Lowell, Massachusetts. Public Domain courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

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.

We’d like to thank our dedicated team of volunteers for their work on this, including; Colleen Alm, Liz Barnett, Tim Belgrad, Ria Bhandarkar, Lisa Donovan, Amelia Devin Freedman, Carolyn Jack, Aidan Largey, Sandy Murphy Mauer, Stacey-Rae McCue, Eileen McCarthy, Maureen McCarthy, Paul McCool, Matt Murphy, and Bob Rainville. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

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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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records for Hudson and Medfield

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Hudson Station Postcard
Postcard of Hudson station on the B&M’s Marlborough Branch. It served Marlborough Branch service until 1939, and Central Mass Branch service from 1958 to 1965. Public Domain courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Today we have added 7 new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920. Today’s additions include the parishes of St. Michael in Hudson and St. Edward the Confessor in Medfield. This update includes over 1,500 pages, and nearly 96,000 searchable names.

Hudson was originally served by the parish in Marlborough. In January 1876, the Hudson Parish was formed under Father McKenna. Construction of Saint Michael’s church started in 1889 and it was dedicated by Archbishop Williams.

St. Edward the Confessor in Medfield began as a mission from Sacred Heart in Natick. It was named for St. Edward the Confessor, a Medieval king of England who ruled in the 1000s.

We’d like to thank our dedicated team of volunteers for their work on this, including; Kim Bonner, Becki Clarke, Gail Delfosse, Greta Gaffin, Eldon Gay, Violet Hurst, Michelle Kearns, Arlys LaFehr, Katherine Marshall-Mayer, Kathy Oberley, Bob Rainville, Joan Sullivan, and Rhonda Wilson. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

The new volumes are listed below:

  • St. Michael (Hudson) Baptisms, 1875-1897
  • St. Michael (Hudson) Baptisms, 1898-1914
  • St. Michael (Hudson) Baptisms, Marriages, and Confirmations, 1912-1919
  • St. Michael (Hudson) Baptisms and Marriages, 1920
  • St. Michael (Hudson) Marriages, 1876-1914
  • St. Edward the Confessor (Medfield) Baptisms, 1890-1908
  • St. Edward the Confessor (Medfield) Various, 1889-1920

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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records for Holbrook, Ipswich, Lowell, Peabody, and Whitman

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Portrait of Archbishop John Joseph Williams
Portrait of John Joseph Williams, Archbishop of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, first Archbishop of Boston. Author unknown. Public Domain courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Today we have added 14 new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920. Today’s additions include 5 different parishes: Holy Ghost in Whitman, St. Joseph in Holbrook, St. John the Baptist in Peabody, St. Joseph in Ipswich, and St. Mary in Lowell.  This update provides over 1,600 new pages, and nearly 200,000 searchable names.

The Church of the Holy Ghost in Whitman was originally a mission of Abington. The church was erected by Father McQuaid in 1880 and dedicated by Archbishop John J. Williams. Williams was the first Archbishop of Boston.

On March 13, 1887 Holbrook became a parish independent of St. Mary’s of Randolph. Construction began almost immediately, and on May 3, 1888 Father Kelley had completed St. Joseph’s church and it was dedicated by Archbishop Williams.

Peabody held a fair in May of 1870 to raise funds to aid the new parish in Peabody. St. John’s church was sufficiently completed by Christmas of 1871 for Father Gray to celebrate a Mass there. The church was officially dedicated on November 30, 1879, and Archbishop Williams dedicated the altar that morning.

Construction of St. Joseph Church in Ipswich began in 1871 under the direction of Father Shahan. It was dedicated by Archbishop Williams in 1872.

St. Patrick (Lowell) was the first Catholic church in Lowell, established in the 1830s. As the Catholic population grew, St. Peter (Lowell) became the second Catholic church in the area. By 1847, the parishioners of St. Patrick’s were ever greater in number. A new building was purchased, and St. Mary (Lowell) was dedicated by Bishop Fitzpatrick. When St. Patrick’s church was enlarged, it enveloped St. Mary (Lowell) and the church was closed. This volume contains the marriages for St. Mary’s parish from 1847-1861. The baptisms for St. Mary’s are already available online, as part of the volume St. Patrick (Lowell) Baptisms 1847-1878, Part 2.

We’d like to thank out dedicated team of volunteers for their work on this update, including; Shaune-Marie Berg, Lisa Butler, Lesley Chidester, Michelle Cohen, Gail Delfosse, Amelia Devin Freedman, Eldon Gay, Nina Hayes, Paula Hines, Carolyn Jack, Nancy Johnson, Arlys LaFehr, Rick Lageux, Aidan Largey, Barbara Macken, Katherine Marshall-Mayer, Stacey-Rae McCue, Therese Mosorjak, Matt Murphy, Daria O’Connor, Kathy Oberley, Bob Rainville, Julie Roffo, Sara Stinson, Sam Sturgis, Alicia Svenson, Rhonda Wilson, and Mary Alice Yost. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

The new volumes are listed below:

  • Holy Ghost (Whitman) Baptisms, 1887-1897
  • Holy Ghost (Whitman) Baptisms, 1897-1920
  • Holy Ghost (Whitman) Confirmations, 1898-1920
  • Holy Ghost (Whitman) Marriages, 1897-1908
  • Holy Ghost (Whitman) Marriages, 1908-1920
  • St. John the Baptist (Peabody) Baptisms, 1874-1877
  • St. John the Baptist (Peabody) Baptisms, 1874-1906
  • St. John the Baptist (Peabody) Marriages, 1875-1908
  • St. Joseph (Holbrook) Baptisms, 1887-1914
  • St. Joseph (Holbrook) Confirmations, 1890-1904
  • St. Joseph (Holbrook) Marriages, 1887-1907
  • St. Joseph (Ipswich) Baptisms, 1889-1910
  • St. Joseph (Ipswich) First Communions and Confirmations, 1896-1925
  • St. Mary (Lowell) Marriages, 1847-1861

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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records from Gloucester and Winchester

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Exterior pictures of St. Ann of Gloucester and St. Mary of Winchester from 100 Years of Progress, pages 474-475 and 609-610.

Today we have added 11 new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920 from St. Ann in Gloucester and St. Mary in Winchester. This update adds over 2,100 pages, and over 250,000 new names to search.

St. Ann’s Parish in Gloucester was originally established in 1855 in a refitted Baptist church. Father Healy initiated the building of St. Anne’s Church, which cost about $100,000 at that time. The church was dedicated on July 31, 1881 by Archbishop Williams.

St. Mary’s Parish in Winchester was originally a mission of the Woburn church. The architect was P.C. Keely of Brooklyn, NY. The original church building was smaller than it is today, and it was enlarged by Father Daley.

We’d like to thank out dedicated team of volunteers for their work on this, including; Gail Delfosse, Becki Clarke, Bill Fenton, Loretta Brown-Aldrich , Alida Baker, Sara Calautti, Bob Rainville, Rick Lageux, Bruce McKeeman, Stacey-Rae McCue, Amelia Devin Freedman, Rhonda Wilson, Kim Bonner, Patty Ryburn, Kathy Oberley, Toni Lattimer, Nancy Johnson, Matt Murphy, Marie Wells, Arlys LaFehr, Carolyn Jack, Katherine Marshall-Mayer, Mary Alice Yost, Jane Papa, and Carolyn Jack. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

The new volumes are listed below:

  • St. Ann (Gloucester) Baptisms, 1863-1868
  • St. Ann (Gloucester) Baptisms and Marriages, 1855-1866
  • St. Ann (Gloucester) Baptisms and Marriages, 1866-1870
  • St. Ann (Gloucester) Baptisms, 1871-1879 and Marriages, 1908-1909
  • St. Ann (Gloucester) Baptisms, 1879-1897 and Marriages, 1908-1910, and 1923
  • St. Ann (Gloucester) Marriages, 1857-1867
  • St. Ann (Gloucester) Marriages, 1868-1871
  • St. Ann (Gloucester) Marriages, 1872-1907
  • St. Mary (Winchester) Baptisms, 1875-1908
  • St. Mary (Winchester) Marriages, 1875-1908

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Interior pictures of St. Ann of Gloucester and St. Mary of Winchester from 100 Years of Progress, pages 474-475 and 609-610.

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Database News: Improved Madison, CT: Church Records, 1791-1827

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View of Madison, Connecticut: 1881. Public Domain, courtesy of the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center.

We have revamped the database Madison, CT: Church Records, 1791-1827. This database now contains the page images of the original manuscript, and it is searchable by first name and last name, record type, and family members (where available).

The Madison, CT: Church Records, 1791-1827 database is based on the church records transcribed by Louise R. Allen in 1935. The records represent the years 1791 to 1827. Madison was first settled in 1641, and was known as East Guilford until it was incorporated as a separate town in 1826.

This database contains 68 pages and approximately 7,500 names. The records from this manuscript are in volume 1. Volume 2 contains the original typed index. All of the records are for the location: Madison, New Haven, Connecticut.

This update is made possible by the efforts of our team our volunteers, and in particular David Anderson, Greta Gaffin, and Tate Lehmann. We appreciate the work of all our volunteers. If you would like to join the team please contact Rachel Adams, Database Services Volunteer Coordinator via email at rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

The original manuscript is part of the R. Stanton Avery Collections, call number Mss A 2397.

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Archdiocese of Boston: New searchable records from Roxbury and Weymouth

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Pictures of Sacred Heart of Weymouth from 100 Years of Progress, pages 755 and 756.

Today we’ve added four new volumes to Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920 from All Saints in Roxbury and Sacred Heart in Weymouth. This update adds over 450 pages, and over 79,000 new names to search. The new volumes are:

  • All Saints (Roxbury) Baptisms, 1896-1908
  • All Saints (Roxbury) Marriages, 1896-1908
  • Sacred Heart (Weymouth) Baptisms, 1870-1895
  • Sacred Heart (Weymouth) Marriages, 1870-1892

Construction of the All Saints Church in Roxbury started in 1893. This was the thirteenth church erected by Rev. Hugh P. Smyth. The site of All Saints’ Church was formerly part of the estate of Governor Bradley, one of the early governors of the New England colony, whose family occupied it for many years, making it a notable spot in Roxbury.

The Parish of the Sacred Heart was also built by Rev. Hugh P. Smyth. Located at 55 Commercial Street, the construction of this church was started in 1876, and was built to accommodate the growing number of Catholic parishioners who could no longer be accommodated by the Church of St. Francis Xavier in South Weymouth.

The volunteers who indexed All Saints (Roxbury) include; Greta Gaffin, Tate Lehmann, Tim Belgrad, Kathy Oberley, Bob Rainville, Lisa Butler, Matt Murphy, Arlys LaFehr, and Mary Alice Yost. The volunteers who produced Sacred Heart (Weymouth) include; Loretta Brown-Aldrich, Nancy Johnson, Bob Rainville, Rick Lageux, Kim Bonner, Cathy Corricelli, Bernadine Bernavil, Stacey-Rae McCue, Sara Stinson, Kathy Oberley, Amelia Devin Freedman, Matt Murphy, Carolyn Jack, Katherine Marshall-Mayer, Judy Welna, Arlys LaFehr, Mary Alice Yost, Jane Papa, and Katie McNally. 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 rachel.adams@nehgs.org.

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