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St. Mark Episcopal
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
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 Located at 71-73 Columbia Road, St. Mark's was designed by Edmund O. Sylvester and is described as half-timbered. It was organized as a mission on March 7, 1898, and became a parish on January 15, 1906.

In 1930 its Rector was:

Robert Eliot Marshall

For more information, consult:

Shand Tucci, Douglass. The Gothic Churches of Dorchester. Issued by the Dorchester Savings Bank. Boston: Tribune Publishing Company, 1972.

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Created: September 28, 2003   Modified: December 16, 2003