Vital Records of Grafton, Massachusetts: To the End of the Year 1849

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Franklin P. Rice, 1906 - Grafton (Mass. : Town) - 377 pages
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Page 3 - Middlefield and Massachusetts are named in the original records, they are given in the printed copy.
Page 4 - Gs — gravestone record h. — husband inf. — infant int. — publishment of intention of marriage Jr. — junior m. — male ; married ; month Ns — New Style oS — Old Style PR — private record rec.
Page 3 - Births, Marriages and Deaths comprised in this volume includes all that were found in the Town Books covering the period from the earliest date there recorded to the end of the year 1849. Some additions have been made from other sources, and these are indicated in each instance by proper reference. All of the records are condensed in print as much as is consistent with intelligibility, accuracy, and completeness of information. Differences in duplicates, and explanatory or other matter which seemed...
Page 37 - CONGDON, Charles H., s. Joshua and Sarah E., Aug. 7, 1849. Charles Milo, s. Seneca and Hope Ann, Dec. 25, 1839. Henry Edmund, s. and Sally Ann, May 23, 1840. Vesta J., d. Joshua and Sarah E., June 19, 1846.
Page 201 - A., n. 21) and Sarah E. Cobb, Sept. 9, 1845. Samuel G. (s. Seneca and Hope Ann, a. 24) and Caroline L. Duncan, Oct. 6, 1846. CONGDON, Sarah A. (d. Seneca, a. 20) and Jeremiah S. Holmes, Aug.
Page 242 - Jeremiah S. and Harriet Henry of Rutland, int. April 10, 1830. Jeremiah S. (s. Jeremiah, a. 38, widr.) and Sarah A. Congdon, Aug. 28, 1844.
Page 342 - March 21, 1849, a. 10 m. 24 d. Brain disease. Charles Milo, s. Seneca and Hope Ann, Aug. 28, 1840. [Milo B., a. 8 m. 3 d., Gs] CONVERSE, Charles Prentice, June 12, 1831.
Page 85 - Stillborn. - , s. Jeremiah S. and Sarah Ann, March 1, 1846. - , s. Jeremiah S. and Sarah Ann, March 31, 1847.
Page 211 - Caroline L. (d. Joseph B. and Lucinda, a. 18) and Samuel G. Condon, Oct. 6, 1846.
Page 366 - Sarah, who commanded the schooner Elizabeth City, and was cast away in a gale of wind about the first of October, 18n, being bound to Charleston, SC, from the W.

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