This database of Roman Catholic Churches located in St Joseph County, Indiana details the marriages, parents (as available) and significant comments noted by the officiating clergy.
This transcription will be updated every 60 days until all available records have been completed. Anyone wishing to participate in the transcription may contact me at [email protected] for information.
The penmanship of the clergy left much to be desired and in some cases I made my best guess. If I have misspelled your ancestors name or if you have addition information please correct me and send to my e-address. I will correct errors received with each update.
The following records are now available:
Sacred Heart, Notre Dame 1911 to 1932
St Adalbert 1910 to 1947 (Transcribed by Barbara Zwickl)
St Casimir 1899 to 1927
St Hedwig 1877 to 1922
St Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr 1901 to 1928
St.Stanislaus Kostka,Terre Coupe, IN 1889-1935 (Transcribed by Barbara Zwickl)
St. Steven, Hungarian 1900 to 1920 (Transcribed by Chris Kovach)
St. Patrick 1866 to 1926
St. Mary of the Assumption 1882-1928 (Transcribed by Chris Kovach)
St. Mary, Otis, IN 1873-1930
St. Joseph, Mishawaka, IN 1873-1948 (Transcribed by Margaret Jasiewicz)
Sacred Heart Belgian, South Bend, IN, 1896-1961 [New]
St. Ambrose, Michigan City, IN 1845-1917 [New]
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Michigan City, IN 1845-1917 [New]
St. John Cantius, Rolling Prairie, IN 1891-1951 [New]
St. Monica, Mishawaka, IN 1915-1967 [New]
Copyright © 2010-2012 James F. Piechorowski. All rights reserved.
Used by PGSA with permission of the copyright owner.
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