Source:Dunkle, Robert J. Records of the Churches of Boston and the First Church, Second Parish, and Third Parish of Roxbury

Source Records of the Churches of Boston and the First Church, Second Parish, and Third Parish of Roxbury
including baptisms, marriages, deaths, admissions, and dismissals: (1600s-1800s)
Author Dunkle, Robert J.
Lainhart, Ann S.
Coverage
Place Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Year range 1800 - 1800
Subject Church records
Publication information
Type Book
Publisher New England Historic Genealogical Society
Date issued 2001
Place issued Boston, MA
Citation
Dunkle, Robert J., and Ann S. Lainhart. Records of the Churches of Boston and the First Church, Second Parish, and Third Parish of Roxbury: including baptisms, marriages, deaths, admissions, and dismissals: (1600s-1800s). (Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001).
Repositories
Family History Libraryhttp://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatal..Other
AmericanAncestors.orgPaid website

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".... Many of the church transcriptions extend well into the 1800s.... Sixteen of the twenty-one churches then in existence are represented: First, Second, First Baptist, Old South, King's Chapel, Brattle Street, New North, New South, New Brick, Christ, Federal Street (now Arlington Street), Hollis Street, Trinity, New, Second Baptist, and Baldwin Place churches, as well as the First Church, Second Parish, and Third Parish of Roxbury."