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From: Robin Whelton <>
Subject: Re: [GM-L] Saint Marys church, 1800s
Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2000 11:31:31 -0500
I have a guide for visitors to Boston (Cyclopedia of Boston, by Dexter Smith,
published 1886 by Cashin and Smith) that lists a Catholic church called
St. Mary's on Endicott Street, at the corner of Thatcher.
Hope that helps,
at 11/22/00 06:00 PM, thus spake :
> I am trying to find out where St Marys church was located in Boston. I am
>looking for records. My family lived at the connor of South St, and Summer St
>in Boston. They went to Mass there every Sunday. Would anyone know where St
>Marys would be in that area in the mid 1800s? Any information on this will be
>greatly appreciated. On one marriage record, the Rev was J W Brady. Would the
>Archdiocese of Boston have any information on Rev Brady? and would they have
>a E Mail address?
> Thank you.
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Transcribing: Cyclopedia of Boston and Vicinity (1886)