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Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia - v. 1 (1884)

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English
1884

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Partial contents: A brief account of the society called "Sisters of Jesus and Mary"; The French refugee Trappists in the United States; Catholicity in the three lower counties or, The planting of the Church in Delaware; A memoir of the Very Rev. Michael Hurley... with a sketch of the history of St. Augustine's Church [Philadelphia]; The Ursuline nuns in America by Ettie Madeline Vogel; List of baptisms registered at St. Joseph's Church, Philadelphia (first series) from August 29, 1758 to December 31, 1775; Registers of St. Augustine's Church, Philadelphia [alphabetical list of subscribers 1796, pew holders 1801-1808, 1814-1820, selections from the marriage 1801-1838 and baptismal registers 1801-1839]; St. Peter's Church, Wilmington, Del. [selections? of baptisms 1797-1838]

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