Woburn Records of Births, Deaths, Marriages, and Marriage Intentions, from 1640 to 1900: 1640-1873+1873-1890 (Google eBook)

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Andrews, Cutler, & Company, 1891 - Registers of births, etc
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Excellent genealogical tool for those who had family in Woburn.

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Page 153 - Seventh day of January next at ten of the Clock in the forenoon then to meet at this place By order of the Society EBENH SULLIVAN Secretary.
Page 156 - Town on tnonday the first day of March next at nine of the clock in the fore noon, to act on the following articles Viz.
Page 284 - Lying on file with the Records of this Court: The Jury brought in theire verdict, they found for the Defdt costs of Court.
Page 173 - ... Required in the Name of the Goverment and people of Said State to warn or Cause to be warned all the free holders and Inhabitants of the Town of Darryfield Quallifyed By Law to vote in town meetings that they meet at the meetinghouse in Said Darryfield on monday the Twenty Second Day of may instent at two of the Clock in the afternoon of Said Day to act on the following articals (viz) lly To Chooes a Moderator to Regulate Said Meeting 2ly To See what method the Town will take to Carry on the...
Page 154 - At a meeting of the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Cambridge, in 1769, " all the common lands, belonging to the proprietors, fronting the college, commonly called the Town Commons, not heretofore granted or allotted to any particular person, or for any special or particular use...
Page 155 - Monday the second day of April next, at One of the Clock in the Afternoon, to give in their Votes for a Governor...
Page 91 - George Farley, Thomas Foster, and William Hamlet, being presented for breach of the Ecclesiastical Laws, they all confess the presentment, were admonished, and ordered to pay costs, 4". 6d. a piece." — June 15, 1675. "Thomas Foster appearing before the Court to answer the presentment of the grand-jury for not attending the public worship of God on sabbath days and days of humiliation and thanksgiving, and by his own confession in open Court being...
Page 55 - for absenting themselves from the public worship of God on the Lord's days, for one whole year now past, alledged respectively as followeth.
Page 244 - Christ in that piase, whereorT he is a member ; and this declared of late by his frequent absenting himself from the Public ministry of God's word on the Lord's Dayes, and turning his back on the holy Ordinance of Baptism, and refusing to partake with the Church, in the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, joiynng himself to the schismaticall assembly of the Anabaptists, and taking office power among them, casting out John Johnson who was a member with them : He the said Russell confessed the presentment...
Page 3 - SECT. 4. The clerk of every city and town in this Commonwealth shall make a certified copy of the record of all marriages, recorded in the books of said city or town, where either or both of the parties married, were resident in any other town in the Commonwealth at the time of said marriage; and he shall also, as far as the same is practicable, make a like copy of all such marriages recorded in any parish records, or in any records kept by any clergyman or magistrate within said town; and the said...

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