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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
Boston, Massachusetts

NAMES from Father Nopper's history of Holy Trinity Parish

SURNAMEGIVENYEAR
NOTES
PAGE
ABELE Andreas 1836 father of Karl, first child baptized 5
ABELE Louise (ng) another teacher; later Mrs Joseph KRAFT 57
ARNOLD Joseph 1830+ early German 5
ARNOLD Mathias 1830+ early German 5
BENZ Maria, Miss (ng) early teacher 56
CHELIUS Mr. (ng) early teacher 56
DIEFFENBACH Mr. 1842 provided housing for new priest, Father Plathe 8
DONIAT Mr. (ng) early teacher 56
EIGHOLZ Miss (ng) early teacher 56
FERNER Cosmas 1830+ early German 5
FRICKEL Mr. (ng) early teacher 56
FUCHS Karl 1851 officer of men's Marian Sodality 19
FUNKE Elizabeth 1849 first teacher of larger girls (later Sister Ernesta) 16
FUNKE Franz (ng) teacher in 1886 56
FUNKE Joseph 1830+ early German 5
FUNKE M. Elizabeth 1851 officer of women's Marian Sodality 19
GEISHECKER Angelica (ng) last lay teacher 57
HART Dr. 1848 teacher, organist, sacristan 15
HESS Andrew 1879 member of Holy Trinity Catholic School and Society 60
HIMMELREICH Maria (ng) another teacher, later Mrs. BAAZ 57
HOFFNER Ludwig 1851 officer of men's Marian Sodality 19
JORKEL Jacob 1836 first marriage - to Barbara KESSELR 5
KELLER Martin 1849 "unmarried Tyroler"; organist, teacher 17
KELLER Miss (ng) early teacher 56
KELLER Mr. (ng) early teacher 56
KESSELR Barbara 1836 first marriage - to Jacob JORKEL 5
KOHLER John 1830+ in Boston with wife and children 4
KRAMER Louis (ng) teacher 56
KRAMER Mathias 1827 arrived in Boston, clockmaker 4
KRAMER Melchior 1827 arrived in Boston; clock makers 4
KRAMER Sebastian 1827 arrived in Boston; clock maker 4
LAFORME Bernhard 1830+ early German 4
LAFORME Anton 1830+ early German 4
LAHR Phillip 1830+ early German 4
MAI Peter 1871 did carpentry in new church 46
MEYER Aloysius 1851 officer of men's Marian Sodality 19
OOMANN Peter Joseph 1804 earliest German; fr Ostfriesland; emig Ae 15; d 1860 5
PFAFF Leonardina 1851 officer of women's Marian Sodality 19
PIPER Peter 1830+ early German 4
PLAGEMANN H. 1842 provided housing for new priest, Father Plathe 8
SCHITTLER Clara 1851 officer of women's Marian Sodality 19
SCHITTLER Magdalena (ng) early teacher 56
SCHNEIDER Charlotte 1849 first teacher of smaller girls (later Mrs. Krim) 16
SCHUSSLE Mr. 1846 possibly first teacher 56
SCHWAB Mr. (ng) early teacher 56
SEIBERLICH Ferd. 1850 built gothic high altar 17
SOLL Caspar 1830+ early German 5
STOCKER Anton 1870 senior member of Church Council 38
STRAETER Hermann 1830+ early German 5
TWICKLER Theodor (ng) leased house to serve as school 58
WALZING Miss (ng) early teacher 56
WEIN Peter, Senior 1841 on committee to oversee construction of church 7
WEISS Maria (ng) teacher at school for 6-8 year olds in So. Boston 57
WERMERS Gerhard 1879 member of Holy Trinity Catholic School and Society 60
ZUMGRUNDE Bernhard 1842 provided housing for new priest, Father Plathe 8
ZUMGRUNDE Miss (ng) early teacher 56


SOURCE: Nopper, Rev. Franz Xaver, S.J., "Concerning the History of the Catholic German Holy Trinity Parish in Boston, Mass"; Boston: 1886 (translated into English by Martha C. Engler, 1992)


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