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Vital Records of Framingham, Massachusetts to the Year 1850. Thomas W. Baldwin. Softcover, 5.5 inches x 8.5 inches, (1911), 2002, alphabetical listings, 474 pp.
The records recorded in this important book were originally compiled by Thomas W. Baldwin, A.B., S.B., in 1911. This volume contains birth, death, and marriage information, including the names of more than 13,000 individuals, as well as other information from the late 1600s to the year 1850.
The earliest land grants for Framingham were recorded in 1640, and the area, with its rich history and available records at the time this book was published, provides genealogical researchers of early Massachusetts a wealth of information. Sources of information include church records from various denominations, including the First Congregational Church, Unitarian, Hollis Evangelical Church, Plymouth Congregational, and the First Baptist. Grave and burial records from Church Hill Cemetery, Edgell Grove Cemetery, St. Georges Cemetery, St., Stephens Cemetery, Edwards Cemetery, and South Cemetery were also transcribed and copied, as well as court records, diary information, town records, and other records and writings. The book, which is alphabetical listings by category (birth, death, marriage), is in the style of genealogical texts of the early 1900s, making it simple to locate families and individuals.