St. Patrick’s School (Lawrence, MA) Class of 1931

St. Patrick’s Parish was formed in 1868 and a wooden building was dedicated March 17, 1870.  The present brick building was dedicated in 1894.  St. Patrick’s School opened in 1906 by the Sisters of Charity of Halifax.  Later a girls’ high school was added.  The high school closed in 1976.  The school now includes kindergarten through eighth grade.  St. Patricks merged with St. Augustines in 2010 and was renamed the Lawrence Catholic Academy.

Names of the boys’ class of 1931:

Ballabin, Walter

Bateman, James

Burke, David

Canane, James

Carey, Charles

Casey, Brenden

Cavanaugh, John

Francis, Norbert

Hardacre, Joseph

Hoye, Henry

Jones, Joseph

Kelliher, Sheldon

Kilmick, Walter

Lanen, William

Mahoney, Jeremiah

McCaffrey, Joseph

McCarthy, Eugene

McGrady, James

McNamara, Thomas

Mungo, John

O’Gorman, James

O’Neil, John

O’Neil, Joseph

Paletsky, Anthony

Phelan, Edward

Romel, Joseph

Sheehy, Augustine

Sheehy, James

Sullivan, Timothy

Timony, James

Wagenbach, William

Walsh, Joseph

Wooles, Joseph

One Response

  1. St. Patrick High School actually closed in 1971. My younger sister was a member of the last graduating class.

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