Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Daniel Robbins Account Book
Records documenting the daily life, work, and expenses of the farm at Holy Cross. The records include two diaries and an account book from the 19th century, as well as accounts and receipts from the mid-20th century.
James Strain Ledger and Problem Book
This record book was kept by James Strain of Parish Anaghlone, County Down, Ireland. The first part of the volume contains Strain’s practice with financial accounts while the second part is an account book of business activity. Many of the entries mention voyages to London, Dublin and other European cities.
John F. Fitzgerald Collection
Saint Mary’s Catholic Church of Newburyport, MA Account Book
This account book belonged to Rev. Henry Lennon and Rev. Arthur J. Teeling of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. It contains fifty-eight pages of entries recording payments between 1852 and 1969. The account book was given to the Holy Cross Libraries in August 1960 and was transferred to the Archives and Special Collections at an unknown date.
St. Bernard’s Church Account Book
The account book contains a record of expenses from 1850-1856, recorded by Rev. M.W. Gibson. It includes lists of expenses for building and furnishing a temporary chapel in 1850. The volume also contains the accounts of Rev. J. Boyce from 1856-1862, Rev. N. Noisseux. Assistant Pastor in charge of mission in West Boylston and the French in Worcester and Rev. P.J. O’Reilly, Assistant Pastor at St. John’s from 1857-59.
Unidentified Account Book
This small volume contains accounts of legal and business transactions and is arranged in two parts. The first part appears to be for legal services for witnesses, (court?) officers, stationary, etc. It begins in 1858 and ends in the mid 1860’s with approximately 27 pages of entries. The second part of the volume records the sales of flour, grain, meal, oats etc. These transactions occur in the early 1860’s and one location that is mentioned is Bellingham (Massachusetts?).