Churches in the Rochester Churches Indexing Project

Currently there are 48 Churches in our database!

Marriages

This index includes marriages from several Roman Catholic Parishes in the Diocese of Rochester, New York: St Joseph (1836 - 1910), SS Peter & Paul (1843 - 1910), St Boniface (1861 - 1919), Holy Family (1864 - 1910), Holy Redeemer (1868 - 1910), St Michael (1874 - 1910), St John the Evangelist, Greece (1876 - 1910), Our Lady of Perpetual Help (1905 - 1910), St Augustine (1899 - 1910), Holy Trinity, Webster (1861 - 1910), St Bridget (1854 - 1880), Our Lady of Victory (1848 - 1910), St Francis Xavier (1888 - 1910), Mother of Sorrows , Greece (1849 - 1908), St Monica (1898 - 1910), St Joseph, Penfield (1876 - 1908), St Mary (1843 - 1880), St Stanislaus (1890 - 1910), St Patrick (1833 - 1842), Holy Cross, Charlotte (1877 - 1910), Immaculate Conception (1849 - 1910), Our Lady of Mt Carmel (1906 - 1910), St George (1908 - 1910), Church of the Nativity, Brockport (1852 - 1910), St Anthony of Padua (1896 - 1910), St James, Trumansburg (1855 - 1910), St Francis Solanus, Interlaken (Farmer Village) (1873 - 1905), Holy Apostles (1885-1910), Holy Rosary (1896-1910), Holy Ghost (1908-1910), and St Jerome, East Rochester NY (1905 - 1910).

Also indexed are marriages from three Evangelical Churches in Rochester, New York: Trinity (1842 - 1821), Salem (1874 - 1962), and St Paul (1862 - 1962).

Six Episcopal Churches are indexed: St Luke (1820 - 1887), St Paul (1829 - 1873), Trinity (1846 - 1850), St Clement (1872-1878), St Andrew (1879 - 1883), and St James (1876 - 1937).

Three Lutheran Churches are indexed: Zion (1835 - 1880), Concordia (1877 - 1962), and Immanuel (1860 - 1950).

One United Methodist Church is indexed: Penfield (1843 - 1942).

One Reformed Church is indexed: Brighton (1930 - 1951).

One Evangelical & Reformed Church is indexed: Dewey Ave (1940 - 1957).

Births/Baptisms

Also included in the index are births and baptisms from fifteen Roman Catholic Parishes in the Diocese of Rochester, New York: St Joseph (1836 - 1910), SS Peter & Paul (1843 - 1910), St Boniface (1861 - 1908), Holy Family (1864 - 1910), Holy Redeemer (1867 - 1910), St Michael (1874 - 1895), St John the Evangelist, Greece (1876 - 1910), Our Lady of Perpetual Help (1905 - 1910), Holy Trinity, Webster (1859 - 1911), Our Lady of Victory (1848 - 1910), St Francis Xavier (1888 - 1910), St Mary (1843 - 1859), St Stanislaus (1890 - 1900), St Patrick (1832 - 1840), Holy Cross, Charlotte (1873 - 1910), Church of the Nativity, Brockport (1852 - 1910), St James, Trumansburg (1854 - 1910), St Francis Solanus, Interlaken (Farmer Village) (1873 - 1898), Holy Apostles (1885-1910), Holy Ghost (1909-1910), St Jerome, East Rochester NY (1905 - 1910), and Assumption, Fairport NY (1866 - 1910).

Four Episcopal Churches are indexed: St Luke (1820 - 1936), St Paul (1828 - 1876), St Clement (1871-1879), and St Andrew (1879 - 1884).

Three Lutheran Churches are indexed: Zion (1856-1863), Concordia (1877-1932), and Immanuel (1860 - 1950).

Three Evangelical Churches are indexed: Trinity (1842 - 1891), Salem (1874-1970), and St Paul (1862-1880).

One Presbyterian Church is indexed: Lakeside (1895 - 1919).

One Reformed Church is indexed: Brighton (1892 - 1936).

Deaths/Burials/Funerals

Six Roman Catholic Parishes in the Diocese of Rochester, New York: St Joseph (1836 - 1880), SS Peter & Paul (1848-1910), St Boniface (1861-1910), Holy Family (1864 - 1910), Holy Redeemer (1871 - 1910), Holy Trinity, Webster (1867 - 1910), St James, Trumansburg (1888 - 1910, records between 1900 and 1909 missing), Holy Ghost (1909-1910), and St Jerome, East Rochester NY (1905 - 1910).

Two Lutheran Churches are indexed: Zion (1833-1874), Immanuel (1860 - 1950).

One Evangelical Church is indexed: Salem (1874-1910).

Four Episcopal Churches are indexed: St Luke (1821 - 1850), St Paul (1828 - 1850), Trinity (1846 - 1850), St Clement (1870-1878).

Other sources:
  City of Rochester Historic Marriages (1876 - 1943+)
  Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery search by name
  Life Records project of the Rochester Public Library (1960 - 2010)
  Church Records Preservation Committee project of the Rochester Genealogical Society