Archive:Massachusetts, Vital Records

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Thanks are due to volunteers, who transcribed the vital records included below.

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Combined index to all towns below


Town names in blue are links to the Whitney abstracts.
Town names in green have no Whitney entries.
Town names in red have been published but not yet examined.
Town names in brown have not been published.
(Year-Year) denotes the years of coverage.
C - Microfilm, Corbin Collection, NEHGS
H - Microfilm, Holbrook Enterprises
S - Microfilm, Sprague Collection, NEHGS.
A. Abington, Acton, Acushnet, Adams (1778-1840), Adams (1841-1910), Agawam, Alford, Amesbury, Amherst, Andover, Aquinnah, Arlington, Ashburnham, Ashby, Ashfield, Ashland, Athol, Attleborough, Auburn, Avon, Ayer
B. Barnstable, Barre, Becket, Bedford, Belchertown, Bellingham, Belmont, Berkley, Berlin, Bernardston, Beverly, Billerica, Blackstone, Blandford, Bolton, Boston, Bourne, Boxborough, Boxford, Boylston, Bradford, Braintree, Brewster, Bridgewater, Brighton, Brimfield, Brockton, Brookfield, Brookline, Buckland, Burlington
C. Cambridge, Canton, Carlisle, Carver, Charlemont, Charlestown, Charlton, Chatham, Chelmsford, Chelsea, Cheshire, Chester, Chesterfield, Chicopee, Chilmark, Clarksburg, Clinton, Cohasset, Colrain, Concord, Conway, Cummington
D. Dalton, Dana, Danvers, Dartmouth, Dedham, Deerfield, Dennis, Dighton, Dorchester, Douglas, Dover, Dracut, Dudley, Dunstable, Duxbury
E. East Bridgewater, East Longmeadow, Eastham, Easthampton, Easton, Edgartown, Egremont, Enfield, Erving, Essex, Everett
F. Fairhaven, Fall River (1803-1840), Fall River (1841-1910), Falmouth, Fitchburg, Florida (1805-1840), Foxborough, Framingham, Franklin, Freetown
G. Gardner, Gay Head (renamed Aquinnah 1999), Georgetown, Gill, Gloucester, Goshen, Gosnold, Grafton, Granby (1768-1840) [C], Granville, Great Barrington, Greenfield, Greenwich, Groton, Groveland
H. Hadley, Halifax, Hamilton, Hampden, Hancock, Hanover, Hanson, Hardwick, Harvard, Harwich, Hatfield, Haverhill, Hawley, Heath, Hingham, Hinsdale, Holbrook, Holden, Holland (1783-1840) [C], Holland (1841-1910), Holliston, Holyoke, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Hubbardston, Hudson, Hull, Huntington (1773-1840) [C], Huntington (1841-1910), Hyde Park
I. Ipswich
J. ----
K. Kingston
L. Lakeville, Lancaster, Lanesborough, Lawrence, Lee, Leicester, Lenox, Leominster, Leverett, Lexington, Leyden, Lincoln, Littleton, Longmeadow, Lowell, Ludlow, Lunenburg, Lynn, Lynnfield
M. Malden, Manchester, Mansfield, Marblehead, Marion, Marlborough, Marshfield, Mashpee (1763-1840), Mattapoisett, Maynard, Medfield, Medford, Medway, Melrose, Mendon, Merrimac [Merrimack], Methuen, Middleborough, Middlefield, Middleton, Milford, Millbury, Millis, Millville, Milton, Monroe (1822-1840), Monroe (1841-1910), Monson, Montague, Monterey, Montgomery, Mount Washington (1779-1840)
N. Nahant, Nantucket, Natick, Needham, New Ashford, New Bedford, New Braintree, New Marlborough, New Salem, Newbury, Newburyport, Newton, Norfolk, North Adams, North Andover, North Attleborough, North Bridgewater, North Brookfield (1812-1840), North Brookfield (1841-1910), North Chelsea, North Reading, Northampton, Northborough, Northbridge, Northfield, Norton, Norwell, Norwich, Norwood
O. Oak Bluffs, Oakham, Orange, Orleans, Otis, Oxford
P. Palmer, Pawtucket, Paxton, Peabody, Pelham, Pembroke, Pepperell, Peru, Petersham, Phillipston, Pittsfield (1758-1840) [C,H], Pittsfield (1841-1910), Plainfield, Plainville, Plymouth, Plympton, Prescott (1822-1840) [C], Prescott (1841-1910), Princeton, Provincetown
Q. Quincy
R. Randolph, Raynham, Reading, Rehoboth, Revere, Richmond, Rochester, Rockland, Rockport, Rowe (1785-1840) [C,H], Rowe (1841-1910), Rowley, Roxbury, Royalston, Russell (1792-1840) [C], Russell (1841-1910), Rutland
S. Salem, Salisbury, Sandisfield, Sandwich, Saugus, Savoy, Scituate, Seekonk, Sharon, Sheffield, Shelburne, Sherborn, Shirley, Shrewsbury, Shutesbury, Somerset (1790-1840), Somerville, South Danvers, South Hadley (1753-1840) [C,H], South Hadley (1841-1910), South Reading, Southampton, Southborough, Southbridge, Southwick (1770-1840) [H], Southwick (1841-1910), Spencer, Springfield , Sterling, Stockbridge, Stoneham, Stoughton, Stow, Sturbridge, Sudbury, Sunderland (1718-1840) [C,H], Sunderland (1841-1910), Sutton, Swampscott, Swansea
T. Taunton, Templeton, Tewksbury, Tisbury, Tolland (1810-1840), Topsfield, Townsend, Truro, Tyngsborough, Tyringham
U. Upton, Uxbridge
V. ----
W. Wakefield, Wales (1828-1840) [C,H], Walpole, Waltham, Ware, Wareham (1739-1840), Wareham (1841-1910), Warren, Warwick, Washington, Watertown, Wayland, Webster, Wellesley, Wellfleet, Wendell (1781-1840), Wendell (1841-1910), Wenham, West Boylston, West Bridgewater, West Brookfield, West Cambridge, West Newbury, West Roxbury, West Springfield, West Stockbridge, West Tisbury, Westborough, Westfield, Westford, Westhampton, Westminster, Weston, Westport, Westwood, Weymouth, Whately (1771-1840) [C,H], Whately (1841-1910), Whitman, Wilbraham (1763-1840) [C,H], Wilbraham (1841-1910), Williamsburg, Williamstown, Wilmington, Winchendon, Winchester, Windsor, Winthrop, Woburn, Worcester, Worthington, Wrentham
X. ----
Y. Yarmouth
Z. ----

Towns Founded Since 1910: East Brookfield (1920), Millville (1916).

Obsolete Town Names: Acushena (see Dartmouth), Agawam (Essex Co.), Agaganquamasset, Aquinnah (see Gay Head), Ashuelot Equivalent (see Dalton), Assonet, Barecove [Bear Cove] (see Hingham), Barnardstone's Grant (see Florida), Bedford Plantation, Boston Corner, Boston Township, Bullock's Grant (see Florida), Cambridge South Parish (see Brighton), Cambridge Village (see Newton), Cape Ann (see Gloucester), Cape Cod Precinct (see Provincetown), Charlestown Village (see Woburn), Chebacco (see Essex), Coaksett (see Dartmouth), Cohannett (see Taunton), Cold Spring Plantation (see Belchertown), Colechester [Colchester] (see Salisbury), Contentment, Cottage City (see Oak Bluffs), Dorchester-Canada (see Ashburnham), Dorchester South Precinct (now Stoughton), Dorchester Village (see Canton), Duxburrow Plantation (see Bridgewater), East Hoosuck Plantation [East Hoosac] (see Adams), East Sudbury (see Wayland), Elbows Plantation (see Palmer), Falltown Plantation (see Bernardston), Feeding Hills (see Agawam), Gageborough (see Windsor), Gerry (see Phillipston), Glasgow, Great Harbour (see Edgartown), Green's Harbour (see Marshfield), Hartwood Plantation (see Washington), Hassanamisco Plantation (see Grafton), Huntstown Plantation (see Ashfield), Hutchinson (see Barre), Hyannis (see Barnstable), Indian Town Plantation (see Stockbridge), Ipswich-Canada Plantation (see Winchendon), Jamaica Plain (see Boston), Jericho Plantation (see Hancock), Kingsfield (see Warren), Lambstown Plantation (see Hardwick), Litchfield (see Dunstable), Loudon (see Otis), Manamoit Village (see Chatham), Marshpee, Mattacheeset (see Yarmouth), Mattapan (see Dorchester), Middlesex Gore, Middletown (see Tisbury), Mishawum, Moguncoy (see Hopkinton), Monomoy, Mount Wollaston, Muddy River (see Brookline), Murrayfield (see Chester), Musketequid (see Concord), Myrifield (see Rowe), Namasket, Namassackett (see Middleborough), Namassakeesett, Nantasket, Naquag Tract (see Rutland), Narragansett No. 2 (see Westminster), Narragansett No. 6 Plantation (see Templeton), Nashaway, Nashoba (see Littleton), Naumkeag, Nawsett [Nauset] (see Eastham), New Cambridge (see Newton), New Framingham (see Lanesborough), New Glasgow, New Hingham (see Chesterfield), New Lisburn Tract (see Pelham), New Medfield (see Sturbridge), New Plantation (see Hadley), New Sherburn (see Douglas), Newe Town or Newtowne (see Cambridge), Nichewoag Plantation (see Petersham), North Bridgewater (see Brockton), North Chelsea (see Revere & Winthrop), Norwich (see Huntington), No-town Plantation (see Buckland), No. 1 Plantation (see Tyringham), No. 3 Plantation (see Worthington & Sandisfield), No. 4 Plantation (see Becket), No. 7 Plantation (see Hawley), Parsons (see West Newbury), Partridgefield (see Peru), Pawtucket (see Chelmsford), Pawmet Tract (see Truro), Payquage Plantation (see Athol), Petapawag, Pigsgusset, Pompositticut Plantation (see Stow), Ponagansett (see Dartmouth), Ponkapog (see Stoughton), Pontoosuck Plantation (see Pittsfield), Pullin Point (see Chelsea), Quabbin Plantation (see Greenwich), Quinsigamond (see Worcester), Qunshapage, Quobauge, Rexhame (see Marshfield), Richmont (see Richmond), Roadtown Plantation (see Shutesbury), Rowley Village (see Boxford), Roxbury-Canada (see Warwick), Royalshire Tract (see Royalston), Rumney Marsh (see Chelsea), Rutland District (see Barre), Salem Village (see Danvers), Salisbury New Town (see Amesbury), Satuckett (see Harwich), Scippican (see Rochester), Seacunck (see Rehoboth), Seconet, Shawme, Shawmut, Shawshine, Sherburn (see Nantucket), Sippican, South Abington (see Whitman), South Brimfield (see Wales), South Danvers (see Peabody), South Reading (see Wakefield), South Scituate (see Norwell), Squakeag (see Northfield), Stoughtonham (see Sharon), Suckanesset, Swampfield (see Sunderland), Swansey, Tauconnuck Mt. Plantation [Taconic Mount](see Mt. Washington), Towtaid, Troy (see Fall River), Tuckannock (see Nantucket), Turkey Hills (see Townsend), Wannamoisett (see Swansea), Ward (see Auburn), Ware River Parish (see Ware), Wellington, Wendellstown, Wessacucon (see Newbury), Wessaguscus (see Weymouth), West Cambridge (see Arlington), West Hoosuck Plantation [West Hoosac] (see Williamstown), West Roxbury, Western (see Warren), Westwood, Weymouth Canada (see Ashfield), Wollonopaug (see Wrentham), Yokum, Zoar (see Charlemont) #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9.

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