Archives, St Kevin's Catholic Church Wyndham ; 1932-1984; WY.2004.102
Archives, St Kevin's Catholic Church WyndhamAbout this object
These are archival records relating to St Kevin's Catholic Church Wyndham, including the old church, the new church, the old Presbytery, the laying of the foundation stone, photographs of members of the parish, including Walsh Family and Heath brothers.
Combined Carol service sheet from 1984
Story by Fr Martin parish priest in 1932
Photocopied story from the Zealandia, 22 April 1984
Letter dated February 1984 from Sister Marie Philomene
Invitation to centennial of the church opening
Photocopy of exercise book with record of deaths
List of weddings that took place in "Our Lady of Lourdes" Catholic Church from 1938, from Tommy Morris to Monica Walsh, up to to the final wedding in 1986 between Ross Norman and Karen Lawson.
Typewritten story on Centenary - Wyndham
Photocopied sheets of deaths of those from the parish including a write up about Dan Keenan, death notices
Copy of Centennial, St Kevin's Catholic Church, Friday 30 March 30 1984, same story that was in the Tablet, Zealandia, Southland Times and the Ensign
Photocopied records of some minutes of church council
Account from the Tablet for advertising
A 41 page story all about the Wyndham Parish and attached to the back is a five page story about Father John McKay
Programme about the dinner to celebrate the Centenary of the FIRST CHURCH of ST. KEVIN
Combined churches of Wyndham - Edendale carol service programme 20th December 1987, held at St Kevin's, Wyndham
Croxley Bond writing pad with a hand written account of the history of St Kevin's church
Photocopied photos of "Our Lady of Lourdes" Edendale and "St. Matthew's" Tokanui
Book: "History of the Wyndham Catholic Parish 1882-2005, Now Absorbed into the Gore Parish. Patron Saint Kevin of Glendalough. Written by Father Joseph Martin. Updated by Margaret Lamont and later Parish Priest and Parishioners. Edited by Marie Johnston.
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