Seneca County, OH
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St. Mary Catholic Church Baptisms
 
Last CSS update 29-Jun-2007 5:29 PM
Located in Clinton twp., Tiffin on Sandusky Street

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On Jun 29, 2007 I spent several hours editing the HTML on all these baptism pages so they would load faster.
Now instead of 50-70 seconds they should all load within 10 seconds

This entire baptism listing completed by  Kristina Kuhn Krumm

My hubby, Ken Krumm, bought me a copy of the St. Mary microfilm
Here I have transcribed the records from the "Baptisms 1854-1907" book.
Each priest entered the information into the birth book in his own style and form.
It is hand written in LATIN. Some priest's entered more information than others,
some entered full maiden name of mother and birth date of infant.
Thus some pages take up to 2 minutes to load. I have noted who the priest was for each section.
The "notes" column could be anything from a marriage date, date of death or a different priest to perform the baptism.
I did not insert all the information included when there is a marriage date. Consult the original document page
to see what additional information available for that.
The surnames are really messed up on their spellings on MANY of the entries.
I have endeavored to keep the spelling intact as seen on the document. So you must be imaginative to find your families.
 Such as "Rynbolt" for Reinbolt, Lonznin for Lonsway, Knoll might be Knott, Faesinger is Facinger, Ecker might be Eckert
The birth dates are all on the same year as the baptism unless otherwise noted.
blanks can indicate no entry in document or something was illegible to me.
I have done the best I can to read the handwriting, but you should look at the
documentation yourself to make your own conclusions, as with all genealogy.
Names with gold arrows are of interest to me.

Page one
1854-1858
all by Fr. Michael Sullivan
Page 2
1859-1861
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 3
1862-1864
all by Fr. M Healy
Page 4
1865-1867
all by Fr. M Healy
Page 5
1868-1870
All by Fr. M. Healy
Page 6
1871-1873
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 7
1874-1876
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 8
1877-1879
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 9
1880-1882
all by Fr. M Healy
Page 10
1883-1886
all by Fr. M Healy
Page 11
1887-1889
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 12
1890-1891
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 13
1892-1893
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 14
1894-1896
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 15
1897-1900
most by Fr. M Healy
unless noted otherwise
Page 16
1901-1903
most by Fr. Conlon
unless noted otherwise
Page 17
1904-1907
most by Fr. Conlon
unless noted otherwise
NOTE: I can print you a hard copy of these pages and include
three sorts of the data: by Father's name, Mother's name, and date of baptism
AND include a listing of the
burials I found at St. Mary
cemetery.
If you are interested
drop me a line!

Seneca county cemetery locations

Some help with the Latin names:

Gulielmum/Gulielmus = William
Joannum/Joannis/Johann = John or Johanna
Patritius = Patrick
Loudovicus, Loudovicum = Louis, Louise, Lewis
Leonum = Leo
Petro, Petrum, Petrus, Petri = Peter
Carolum, Carolus, Carolo = Charles
Dionysius = Dennis
Birgitta = Bridget
Andreas/Andrea = Andrew
Hieronimus = Jerome
 

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