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Catholic boarding school near Toledo

Catholic boarding school near Toledo

Posted: 18 Aug 2012 3:42PM GMT
Classification: Query
Does anyone know of any Catholic boarding schools (run by nuns, of course) that existed around Toledo in the 1930s? Any information would be most appreciated.

Re: Catholic boarding school near Toledo

Posted: 19 Nov 2012 1:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Nazareth Hall, maybe?

Re: Catholic boarding school near Toledo

Posted: 20 Nov 2012 4:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
First, I am presuming that you mean Toledo, Ohio.
The most likely source for the information you seek is the Archivist of the Diocese of Toledo. Have a look at the diocese web-site - www.toledodioces.org
There is a toolbar on the home page with a button "Offices & Ministries". This gives a page of options. Under Chancery, the first one is "Archives". Click on this.
It is worth reading this page, as it explains much about the policy of the Diocese of Toledo towards family history requests.
Also on the original Toolbar is a button - "Contacts" There ia a prespared email blank that you could use to put your query to the Archivist, and ask his advice about possible schools and where the records might be. There is also a general postal address, and you would need to address your note to the Archivist.

Hope this helps

Jim Lancaster (Bury, Lancs.)

Re: Catholic boarding school near Toledo

Posted: 20 Nov 2012 4:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
First, I am presuming that you mean Toledo, Ohio.
The most likely source for the information you seek is the Archivist of the Diocese of Toledo. Have a look at the diocese web-site - www.toledodioces.org
There is a toolbar on the home page with a button "Offices & Ministries". This gives a page of options. Under Chancery, the first one is "Archives". Click on this.
It is worth reading this page, as it explains much about the policy of the Diocese of Toledo towards family history requests.
Also on the original Toolbar is a button - "Contacts" There ia a prespared email blank that you could use to put your query to the Archivist, and ask his advice about possible schools and where the records might be. There is also a general postal address, and you would need to address your note to the Archivist.

Hope this helps

Jim Lancaster (Bury, Lancs.)
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