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unknown Child
unknown Child
[Photo credit: Collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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USA-MA-NOR-QUINCY Saint Mary's
USA-MA-NOR-QUINCY Saint Mary's
Downloaded 26 Dec 2013. [Photo credit: http://www.stmaryquincy.org/] 
 
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USA-MA-NOR-WALPOLE Original Saint Francis Catholic Church and Rectory ca 1897
USA-MA-NOR-WALPOLE Original Saint Francis Catholic Church and Rectory ca 1897
This photo shows the church and the rectory of the parish where Joseph Verrochi and Concetta Marinucci were married on 8 Jan 1905. [Photo credit: downloaded from the "History of the Parish" page at the Blessed Sacrement website by Donna J. Goldstein on 21 Apr 2020. https://5778.sites.ecatholic.com/pictures/2014/12/Original_St._Francis_Church_and_Rectory.jpg] 
 
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USA-MA-PLY-ABINGTON Saint Bridget Catholic Church
USA-MA-PLY-ABINGTON Saint Bridget Catholic Church
Downloaded 27 Dec 2013. [Photo credit: http://www.rc.net/boston/saintbridget/minister.html] 
 
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USA-MA-PLY-ABINGTON Saint Bridget Catholic Church original
USA-MA-PLY-ABINGTON Saint Bridget Catholic Church original
Drawing of original church structure. Note that it used to have a steeple. Downloaded 27 Dec 2013. [Photo credit: http://www.rc.net/boston/saintbridget/history.html] 
 
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USA-MA-SUF-BOSTON Holy Cross Cathedral in 1859
USA-MA-SUF-BOSTON Holy Cross Cathedral in 1859
This is the church where John Nelligan married his first wife, Mary Sullivan in 1855. It was demolished in 1862. [Photo credit: Unknown author - From an 1859 lithograph. Scanned from Kirker, Harold. The Architecture of Charles Bulfinch, p. 163., Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=52041235] 
 
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USA-MA-SUF-BOSTON Holy Cross Cathedral interior
USA-MA-SUF-BOSTON Holy Cross Cathedral interior
The only known representation of the interior of the church where John Nelligan married his first wife, Mary Sullivan. Note the Sargent altarpiece. [Photo credit: Public Domain, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=12705254] 
 
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USA-MA-SUF-BOSTON Sacred Heart Church North End
USA-MA-SUF-BOSTON Sacred Heart Church North End
It is highly likely that this was where Nicola and Rosa Verrocchi worshipped when the first came to America and probably where Rosa's funeral Mass was held. Sacred Heart has been serving the Italian community of the North End since 1884. It was run by the Scalabrini missionaries who came to America to minister to Italian immigrants. The Nave of the upper church is an impressive space with marble columns supporting its magnificent frescoed ceiling. The smaller devotional chapel downstairs is a splendid testimony to the piety and devotion which the early immigrants brought from Italy. The chapel is surrounded by shrines to St. Anthony, St. Lucy, Our Lady of the Rosary, St. Therese, St. Rita, St. Jude, Poor Souls, St. Rosalie and the Pieta. 
 
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USA-MI-STJ-THREERIVERS Riverside Cemetery
USA-MI-STJ-THREERIVERS Riverside Cemetery
[Photo credit: FindAGrave.com; added 30 Aug 2011 by Rebeca Drumm; accessed 5 Aug 2014] 
 
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Young babysitter
Young babysitter
[Photo credit: Collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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Young pals
Young pals
[Photo credit: Collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 

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