VITAL RECORDS

of

NEWTON

MASSACHUSETTS

To the end of the year 1849


The town of Newton, Middlesex County, was established December 15, 1681, from the town of Cambridge Village, sometimes called Little Cambridge.
June 21, 1803, an island in Charles River was annexed to Newton.
April 23, 1838, a part of Newton was annexed to Roxbury.
April 16, 1849, a part of Newton was annexed to Waltham.
The town of Newton was incorporated as a city in 1873.
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1765, 1,308 1820, 1,850 1860, 8,382
1776, 1,625 1830, 2,376 1870, 12,825
1790, 1,360 1840, 3,351 1880, 16,995
1800, 1,491 1850, 5,258 1890, 24,379
1810, 1,709     1900, 33,587

SURNAME INDEX
Births
Abbott - Ayles
Bacon - Byrne
Cahill - Cutter
Dalmody - Dyke
Eadey - Ewell
Fahay - Fuller
Gardner - Guild
Hackett - Hyde
Ingraham - Ireland
Jackson - Judson
Kate - Knop
Ladd - Lyon
MacCoy - Myrick
Neal - Noyes
Ogdon - Ozborn
Paarker - Putnam
Quinn
Ramsdell - Ryon
Sampson - Symmes
Tainter - Turner
Upham
Very - Vose
Wadsworth - Woodward
Yute
Unidentified
Marriages
Abbot - Ayres
Babcock - Buzzard
Cady - Cutting
Dadman - Dyke
Eager - Ewing
Fagan - Furnald
Gaguet - Gurley
Hackett - Hyde
Ide - Ives
Jackman - Joyce
Kahurl - Kreven
Laberdy - Lyon
MacCoy - Myrick
Nason - Nutting
O'Brien - Owen
Packard - Pynchon
Quassont - Quint
Rainsford - Ryen
Sabin - Symms
Talbot - Turner
Underwood - Upham
Varney - Vose
Wadsworth - Wyman
Young
Unidentified
Negroes
Deaths
Adams - Ayres
Bacon - Buzzard
Cabot - Cutting
Dalrymple - Dyke
Eager - Ewing
Fairbanks - Furlong
Gardner - Guild
Hacket - Hyde
Ide
Jackman - Judson
Kahurl - Knowles
Ladd - Lyon
MackDaniel - Myrick
Neal - Nutting
Oaks - Owens
Page - Putnam
Quimby - Quinby
Rainboth - Ryan
Sampson - Swift
Tavener - Tyler
Upham
Vila - Vose
Wadsworth - Workman
Unidentified
Negroes


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