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From: VIRGINIA SHAW <>
Subject: Re: [GM-L] Amesbury--Sacred Hearth Parish
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2005 06:05:31 -0800 (PST)
Go to Amesbury On-Line http://www.ci.amesbury.ma.us/. The Catholic and Union cemetaries are side by side in Amesbury and the town office should be able to direct you to appropriate sources. St. Joseph's records should be available as well. The two churches are practically next to each other in town. Good luck Ginny
yvonne <> wrote: Looking for any information on records or cemetery records for Sacred Heart
Parish in Amesbury,MA.
Specifically for Blouin/Belanger/Fournier
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From: "charles brack"
Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 4:53 PM
Subject: [GM-L] Newburyport--Old South Church
> I'm interested in the (Presbyterian) Old South Church of Newburyport,
> There were circuit riding preachers who served people in what is now
Lincoln Co., Maine. I'm interested in any journals, diaries or notes that
may have been kept.
> Also, I associate the Presbyterian Church with Scots and Scot-Irish. Was
Newburyport settled by these people?
> thanks, Charles
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