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St. Joseph's Church Records, Old town
Posted by: Jack (ID *****0316) Date: June 11, 2003 at 18:24:34
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I'm looking for information from St. Joseph's, Old town, ME.
My father, John P. clarkin, married Annie McIsaac by a justice of the peace in Feb 1906. I think within the next 4 years he had the marriage solemnized in St. Joseph's. Would some see if they could find this in the church records?
I would like to confirm that his daughter, Caroline, b. 7 Feb 1907, was baptised there on 3 Apr 1907.
I would like to see if his two sons, James, b. 17 Feb 1909 and william, b. 8 May 1910 were baptised there.
I would like to find out if there is any birth or death record of two other children who died as infants, Arthur, b. 16 Jun 1911 and Theresa, b. unknown.
And, finally, anything in the church record about his wife, Annie, who died 19 Jan 1914. Thank you in advance.


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