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Southern Massachusetts was inhabited by a tribe of Native Americans called the Wampanoags. They were a powerful tribe of the Algonquin race. They were sometimes known as the Poconockets as well as the Massasoits, after their Chief's name. There were 30 villages and at one point a population of 20,000. In his later years
Chief Massasoit was also known as Ousamequin, as it was common for Native Americans to change their names to suit their current position. Massasoit was an ally of the early settlers and was known for his honesty, integrity, and his loyalty. The land where Brockton presently sits was originally deeded to Miles Standish and John Alden as well as others from these local Native Americans in 1649. It was purchased for, "7 coats, a yard and a half in a coat, 9 hatchets, 8 hoes, 20 knives, 4 moose-skins, 10 yards and a half of cotton" all told approximately $30!!! The transaction is believed to have taken place at Sachem's Rock, in East Bridgewater.
Chief Massasoit

The area was then part of Bridgewater, and on June 15, 1821 it became North Bridgewater. Suprisingly, the original reason for North Bridgewater's arrival was to accomodate the problem of some citizens distance from the place of town meetings. Several members of the North Parish of Bridgewater petitioned the legislature stating as there reason, "nearly 300 voters belong to the North Precinct and have to travel from five to seven miles to attend town meetings over a piece of way very bad in the months of March and April." Later, on Jan. 26, 1825 the bounds between North Bridgewater and West Bridgewater were established. The name of Brockton was adopted by North Bridgewater under the Act of Mar. 28, 1874 and the city was incorporated on Apr. 9, 1881.

James Means Shoe Ad.

The area was mostly farmland originally. However, this town became one of the most important industrial manufacturing centers in America from the 18th century to the 1950's. The great expansion was prompted by advances in the manufacturing methods of shoes primarily with the invention of the McKay Sewing Machine. This new machine made it possible to sew together the soles and uppers of shoes without pegging them. U.S. Government orders for Army shoes during the Civil War made Brockton the largest shoe producing center in America!!! It was rumored that half of the Union's Army boots were made in Brockton! Hence the name "the shoe city". The growing need for workers drew thousands, and by 1880 the population of the area had tripled! By 1929 60 shoe factories in Brockton employed over 30,000 workers!!! The industry also attracted many plants and manufactories that made tools and supplies used in footwear production. Virtually every working citizen was in one way or another working in the shoe industry. Even today many of the old factories still stand, although their useage now is quite different.

City Hall

Brockton also lays claim to one of the first central power stations in the US. In 1883 power was distributed through 3-wire underground conductors and was copied and used by cities all over the world! The first electric powered street railway was developed in Brockton and Thomas Edison came here to see a demonstration of the railway in 1884. Edison also visited the first city theater to be lighted from a central electrical power station here in Brockton.
Brockton also built the first electrically powered fire station. In 1893, Brockton developed a sewage disposal system for inland cities which was incorporated by many communities all over the country and even abroad. Today Brockton is no longer the bustling manufacturing giant of yesterday but is now rather a strong service and retail oriented city. It is still growing as witnessed by it's new Court house, Commuter Railway, new schools, new 'Rox' team and stadium, the renovations to our library and Marciano Stadium, and numerous new businesses. Brockton is still a model city with a bright future just as it was in it's inception.

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Brockton High School Class of 1895:
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George Safford BEAL, Clarence Lovell JOY, Henry Preston WHITE, Maud Beatrice KANE, Bessie Burr THOMAS, Margaret GODDARD, Melitia Clifton HOWARD, Bessie White KEITH, Jennie Elizabeth McLARTY, Alice Morton PACKARD, Ida Grace PACKARD, Mabel Edna PACKARD, Estelle Langdon REYNOLDS, Emma Josephine ROGERS, Alice Emily RUSSELL, Harry Sumner DAMON, Willard Franklin JACKSON, George Lindsay JORDAN, Charles Walter LOW, Charles Milton AMES, Horace Holmes CHASE, Theodore Francis JOHNSON, Frederick William MURPHY, Wellington Henry NILSSON, Arthur Linwood RICH, Annie Wilhelmina ANDERSON, Ethel Gertrude CROCKER, Ida Mae GIBBS, Alice Belle HOLMES, Ruth Bryant HOWARD, Alberta JAMESON, Menetta Abbie STEVENS, Julia Etta SULLIVAN, Mary Otis THAYER

Brockton Theatres
Brockton Drive-In Theatre
Brockton Theatre
Centre Theatre
City Theatre
Colonial Theatre
Dankantas Theatre
Empire Theatre
Globe-Photo Playhouse
Hathaway's Theatre
Keith's Campello Theatre
Loew E M Center Theatre
Majestic Theatre
McCue & Cahill
Modern Theatre
New American Theatre
New Orpheum Theatre
Olympia Theatre
Opera House
Park Theatre
Rialto Theatre
Scenic Theatre
Sheedy's Theatre
Skyview Drive-In Theatre
Strand Theatre
Ward Street Theatre

Click here for a look at Brockton in 1950

Check out the first issue (1907) of BHSs' 'Brocktonia'

Brockton High School Class of 1921:
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{Ladies First!}
Marion Leslie ALDEN, Priscilla Howard ALDEN, Irma Adelaide AUGUSTINE, Delphine Barron AVERY, Doris Evelyn BEAL, Charlotte May BERGER, Barbara BERGSTROM, Elizabeth BLUMBERG, Kathryn Marguerite BROWN, Anna Calnan BURKE, Bernice Bradshaw CAMPBELL, Alice Frances Mary CARROLL, Grace MacCgregor CARSON, Esther Alice CHAMBERLAIN, Rhoda Ruth COHEN, Stella May COOPER, Verna Ethelyn COX, Margaret Mary CREEDON, Emma CROKE, Grace Ellen DANIELS, Mildred Phips ELLIS, Meredith Churchill FARNUM, Clara Louise FARREN, Jessie Banks Jeanette FERGUSON, Dorothea Agnes FLOOD, Edith Ingeborg FORSBERG, Ruth Elizabeth FREEMAN, Arlene Linnea FROEBERG, Arlene GARDNER, Gladys Myrtle GARDNER, Helen Regina GILMORE, Esther Rita GIZZARELLI, Frances GRADY, Teresa Nora GRADY, Hannah GREEN, Helen Gertrude GREENWOOD, Kathleen Gibbs GUNDERSON, Dorothy GURNEY, Helen Kasmier HANSON, Florence Edith HEACOCK, Grace Frances HODGSON, Esther Pauline HOLMES, Edna Marie JOHNSON, Florence Evelyn JOHNSON, Hazel Gudrun JOHNSON, Ruth Dagmar JOHNSON, Mary Angela KANE, Margaret Denise KELLEHER, Edith Howes KELLEY, Mary KESS, Margaret Marcellina KING, Constance KINGMAN, Bernice Louise KNOWLES, Marie Louise LaMONTAGUE, Amy Gertrude LAWSON, Lillie Elizabeth LAWSON, Anna Catherine LIND, Ellen Rose LINEHAN, Alice Leah MacDONALD, Sadie Winifred MacDOUGALL, Mary Regina MACKEDON, Doris Mildred MACKIE, Ellen Frances MARTIN, Grace Doris MARTIN, Ruth Luella MATSON, Blanche Irene MAVER, Alice Mae McCARTHY, Helen Josephine McCARTHY, Alice Virginia McCORMICK, Norine Gertrude McKENNEY, Camille Agnes MITCHELL, Louise Gertrude MONGEAU, Florence Louise MONKS, Blanche Pauline MOREAU, Margaret Gertrude MULLEN, Katherine Louise MURPHY, Ruby Marion NELSON, Mary Catherine NOONE, Miriam NORRIS, Grace Edith NOYES, Celia Agnes NUGENT, Alice Marie ODDIE, Lola Shepard PACKARD, Florence Katherine PAPINEAU, Hilda Cornell PERCY, Amity Ruth PERKINS, Katherine PERKINS, Bessie REISER, Alleine Marion RICARD, Stella Beatrice ROLLINS, Anna Virginia ROSEQUIST, Theodora Gladys ROYSTER, Minnie RUSACOW, Alice Frost SHAW, Viola Gretchen SHAW, Gladys Goldie SMALL, Evelyn STONE, Ina Sara STONE, Mary Margaret TAYLOR, Constance Rebecca TRAVIS, Doris Adeline TRIPP, Laurene Mildred TURNER, Louise Ellington Turner, Marguerite Emma VARNUM, Madge WAINWRIGHT, Rose Alice WHELAN, Eleanor Agnes WILSON, Elsa Anna WOLLIN, Alice Fyrn WOODS, Ella Louise YOUNG, Martha Ingeborg YOUNGGREN
{Boys}
Tony Ralph ALEXANDER, Frederick Emmel ALLEN, Alvar Emmanuel ARONSON, Charles Weldon BEAN, Frank Gerald BENDELL, William Joseph BULMAN, Ernest Nelson CHAMBERLAIN, Lloyd Frances CHURCHILL, John Shaw COOLIDGE, George William Edward COOTS, Ion Henri De Arcost CORNWELL, Herbert Timothy CREEDON, George Frederick DENNEHY, Edward Joseph DEROSIER, George Francis DONOVAN, Lewis Robert DRETLER, Eugene Wynford DUNBAR, Howard Hunter DUNBAR, John Francis FORD, Franklin Leroy FOSTER, Clark Kimball FRENCH, Otto FROEHLICH, Howard Merton GARDNER, Lewis GLAZER, Charles Carl GOLDING, Sebastian Abraham GOLDSTEIN, Joseph Gale GURNEY, Chesley Frank HAMMOND, Chester Elmer HARRIS, Charles Edward HENNESSY, Ralph Edward HIGGINS, Herbert Turney HILL, David Stanley HOLMES, John Patrick HORRIGAN, Daniel Alexander HUNTLEY, Vincent Carl HYLEN, Paul Lincoln JONES, Earl Laurier KEMPTON, Melvin Mason KING, Albert Liguori La CHAPELLE, Stanley Clark LANE, Antonio Astuto LAURIA, Evald Benjamin LAWSON, Kenneth Winslow MacGREGORY, Edward Joseph MAHONEY, David Palmer MATTHEWS, John Joseph McGEE, Ralph Francis McGLONE, Isaac George MILLER, Lewis MILLER, Arthur Malachi MOYNIHAN, Emory Raymond NEAL, George John NELSON, John Jeffrey O'BRIEN, Charles Frank OLIVER, Jr., Arthur Neal PARMENTER, Paul Francis PERRIER, William Martland PERRY, Anthony Edward PETERS, Isadore RAFKIN, Louis Creed ROLAND, Allie ROSEN, John Peter SAKAS, Guy Lawrence SCANLAN, John Joseph SHEEHAN, Murray SHULTZ, Bernard Francis SMITH, Chester Merle SPEAR, George Edward TANNER, Harry TENSER, Raymond Woodruff TURNER, Balfour Stirling TYNDALL, Joseph John Van RIPER, Hubert Gordon WALL, James Francis WELCH, Ernest Houghton WHITE, Arthur Joseph WILDE, Frederick Allen WILDE, William Roland WINSOR, Leroy Reynolds WOODARD
{Three-year Course}
Sarah Theresa CONNELLY, Rose FELDMAN, Rena FERRANTI, Esther FOSTER, Ida Louise HALL, Alice Ingaborg HAMMERQUIST, Elsa Clara Magdalene LINDBERG, Lillian Claire MADDEN, Sarah Poole McCOLLIGAN, Ruth Elizabeth McGEE, Mary Agnes McSWEENEY, Agnes Cecelia REARDON, Ethel Veronica REARDON, Mildred Louise TILLMAN, Etta ZELINSKY, John Robert DUNN, William LEAVITT, Joseph Alexis MININI, Helge Skotfrid PERSSON, Harold Carl SUNSTROM, Louise Martha FICKETT

Archaic Name of the Municipality:
North Bridgewater
Old Section/Village Names:
Belleview Park, Brockton Heights, Bumpus Corner, Bush, Campello, Cary Hill, Centreville, Clifton Heights, Douglas Park, Ellis Park, Elmhurst, Factory Village, Happy Hollow, Highland Terrace, Hovendon Park, Intervale Park, Leyden Park, Marshall's Corner, Menlo Park, Montello, Morse's Corner, Oak Hill, Pleasant Park, Pleasantville, Prospect Hill, Prospect Park, Porter's Pass, Rangeley Park, Ridge Hill, Salisbury Heights, Sawtelleville, Shaw's Corner, Sunnyside, Sylvester Corner, Thomaston Park, Tower Hill, Walnut Bottom, Wheeler Park, Winchester Park, Winter's Corner, NOTE THE NAMES STILL IN USE TODAY!

FUN FACTS
IN 1872...

A quick look at the life of Brocktons' William Lewis Douglas

William Lewis Douglas was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts, August 22, 1845. He was educated at brief irregular periods in public schools of Massachusetts. When he was just five years old his father died. At the age of seven, he went to work for an uncle, who set him to pegging shoes, and except for a brief return to his mother when 11 years old, worked for his uncle for eight years. He then worked in a cotton mill in Plymouth at age 15, and later in a factory at Chiltonville, MA. Still later he would go to Hopkinton and South Braintree, MA, where he learned the trade of bootmaking. In 1876, he began with a small shop in Brockton, from which he built up a business with a combined capacity of over 20,000 pairs of shoes daily! He owned 78 retail shoe stores in large cities around the country selling the "Douglas" shoe. He was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1884-85, and of the Massachusetts Senate in 1887. He was elected Mayor of Brockton in 1890. In November of 1904 he was elected governor of Massachusetts! He was a Delegate to Democratic national conventions in 1884, 1892, 1896, and a delegate-at-large in 1904. He died September 17, 1924.

Important Events

AUG. 12, 1767 - DR. PETER PRYANT, FATHER OF POET WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT IS BORN HERE
JUL. 4, 1821 - NORTH BRIDGEWATER HELD IT'S FIRST TOWN MEETING
1851 - NORTH BRIDGEWATER GAZETTE FIRST PUBLISHED
NOV. 13, 1870 - CHRISTINE NILSSON, FAMOUS SWEDISH SINGER VISITS
MAY 5, 1874 - NORTH BRIDGEWATER BECOMES BROCKTON
OCT. 7-9, 1874 - FIRST BROCKTON FAIR (FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE BROCKTON AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
JAN. 26, 1880 - THE ENTERPRISE NEWSPAPER FIRST PUBLISHED
MAR. 2, 1880 - MILLEY ESTES, FIRST WOMAN ABLE TO VOTE IN A BROCKTON TOWN ELECTION
JAN. 8, 1881 - BROCKTON STREET RAILWAY CO. FOUNDED
APR. 9, 1881 - BROCKTON INCORPORATED AS CITY
JAN. 2, 1882 - ZIBA CARY KEITH, BROCKTON'S FIRST MAYOR INAUGURATED AT THE OPERA HOUSE
OCT. 24, 1884 - BROCKTON CITY THEATRE OPENS
DEC. 30, 1884 - BROCKTON'S CENTRAL FIRE STATION OPENS
NOV. 12, 1885 - 42 BROCKTON SHOE MANUFACTURERS ISSUE A MANIFESTO GIVING THEM THE RIGHT TO HIRE AND FIRE AT WILL. RESULTS IN A 6 WEEK WORKER STRIKE KNOWN AS THE "42 LOCKOUT"
NOV. 29, 1890 - BROCKTON HOSPITAL CO. FORMED
DEC. 1890 - JAMES EDGAR BECOMES THE FIRST EVER DEPARTMENT STORE SANTA CLAUS
APR. 29, 1893 - SACRED HEART CHURCH DEDICATED
JAN. 24, 1894 - BROCKTON'S FIRST CHURCH AND CITY RINK ON GREEN STREET BURNED DOWN
SEP. 24, 1894 - BROCKTON CITY HALL DEDICATED
FEB. 8, 1895 - PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK INCORPORATED
1896 - BROCKTON HOSPITAL OPENS
MAY 31, 1897 - FIRST HUNTINGTON SCHOOL PARADE IN HONOR OF UNION ARMY VETERANS OF THE CIVIL WAR
JUN. 1, 1897 - ST. EDWARD'S PARISH FOUNDED
DEC. 18, 1897 - BROCKTON CO-OPERATIVE BOOT AND SHOE CO. FORMED
MAR. 1, 1898 - M.A. PACKARD CO. INCORPORATED
DEC. 5, 1899 - SOCIALIST CHARLES H. COULTER ELECTED MAYOR
SEP. 7, 1901 - FIRST LADIES GOLF TOURNAMENT HELD AT BROCKTON COUNTRY CLUB. MRS. ELIJAH A. KEITH WAS THE WINNER
APR. 27, 1902 - MESSIAH BAPTIST CHURCH DEDICATED
MAY 1, 1902 - BROCKTON ICE & COAL CO. INCORPORATED
MAY 23, 1902 - BROCKTON RECEIVES SNOW FOUNTAIN IN WINTHROP SQUARE AS A GIFT FROM GEORGE G. SNOW
NOV. 8, 1904 - WILLIAM L. DOUGLAS ELECTED GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS
MARCH 20, 1905 - R.B. GROVER & CO. SHOE FACTORY FIRE, 58 KILLED, OVER 150 INJURED
NOV. 28, 1905 - F.B. WASHBURN & CO. INCORPORATED
DEC. 5, 1910 - ST. COLMAN'S PARISH ESTABLISHED
APR. 29, 1912 - PRESIDENT WILLIAM H. TAFT VISITS BROCKTON
JUL. 25, 1917 - CHARLES FRANKLIN RICHMOND, SON-IN-LAW OF WILLIAM L. DOUGLAS AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF W.L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO. DIED
JUN. 4, 1918 - PRODUCERS' DAIRY CO. ON BELMONT STREET OPENS
JUN. 12-18, 1921 - BROCKTON CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
NOV. 14, 1921 - COLONEL JOHN J. WHIPPLE, FORMER BROCKTON MAYOR DIES
SEP. 17, 1924 - WILLIAM LEWIS DOUGLAS, FORMER MAYOR OF BROCKTON, GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS AND SHOE MANUFACTURER DIES
1930 - 63,797 POPULATION OF BROCKTON
JUL. 19, 1969 - ELWIN D. KNAPP, CO-FOUNDER OF KNAPP BROS. SHOE MANUFACTURING CO. DIED

DEATHS OCCURING IN BROCKTON / NORTH BRIDGEWATER

LAST UPDATED 3/31/07
Last Name First/Middle Names Death Date Notes
ADAMS ELIZABETH S. 1849/SEPTEMBER/12 63 YEARS / DYSENTARY
ADAMS EMILIA 1918/DECEMBER/26 64 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ADAMS LOUISE A. 1966/SEPTEMBER/28 85 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ADAMS PETER 1845/MARCH/31 85 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ADAMS ROSE ANNA 1949/JANUARY/9 70 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ADLEY MABEL E. 1981/AUGUST/25 80 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
AIKEN PAULINE 1985/SEPTEMBER/20 92 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ALBERTS FLORA 1985/OCTOBER/11 79 YEARS
ALDEN ALPHEUS 1797/APRIL/21 11 MONTHS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN DANIEL 1799/SEPTEMBER/10 37 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN DANIEL RANDAL 1844/JANUARY/29 19 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN EUNICE 1817/JULY/8 24 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN EUNICE SPRAGUE 1846/SEPTEMBER/23 7 MONTHS
ALDEN HANNAH 1818/MAY/12 76 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN HARRIET 1825/DECEMBER/7 35 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN HOSEA 1775/AUGUST/20 2 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN HOSEA 1837/MARCH/5 57 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN OTIS 1825/SEPTEMBER/9 37 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN SALLY 1842/MAY/18 31 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN SAMUEL 1816/AUGUST/19 81 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN SARAH FORD 1849 ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN SILAS 1766/MARCH/12 21 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN THANKFULL 1847/AUGUST/23 65 YEARS / DROPSY / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALDEN ? 1787/APRIL/5 7 WEEKS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ALEXANDER JEANNETTE PAULINE M. 1960/MARCH/7 44 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALEXANDER LENA 1976/OCTOBER/29 55 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALGER ASENATH 1840/APRIL/11 39 YEARS / LEACH CEMETERY
ALGER ASENATH ANN 1845/OCTOBER/16 3 YEARS / LEACH CEMETERY
ALLAIRE AGNES R. 1971/JANUARY/28 80 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ALLAIRE DR. ALBERT 1944/MAY/17 57 YEARS / PRECIOUS BLOOD CEM., RI
ALLAIRE ALFRED L. 1971/DECEMBER/30 65 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALLAIRE ALPHONSE 1936/FEBRUARY/20 83 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALLAIRE ARMAND LOUIS H. 1956/SEPTEMBER/26 56 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALLAIRE ARTHUR F. 1973/OCTOBER/25 83 YEARS / HOLY ROSARY-ST. MARY CEM., SPENCER, MA
ALLAIRE BEATRICE ROSE 1972/OCTOBER/25 76 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALLAIRE BENJAMIN 1951/FEBRUARY/8 69 YEARS / ST. THOMAS CEM., BRIDGEWATER, MA
ALLAIRE JOSEPH W. 1966/NOVEMBER/21 67 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ALLAIRE LAURA V. 1964/DECEMBER/20 79 YEARS / ST. THOMAS CEM., BRIDGEWATER, MA
ALLAIRE M. ROSANNA MALINA 1970/APRIL/28 90 YEARS / HOLY ROSARY-ST. MARY CEM., SPENCER, MA
ALLAIRE ROSE MARIE 1954/AUGUST/26 81 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALLAIRE ALPHONSINE 1931/MAY/13 77 YEARS / HOLY ROSARY-ST. MARY CEM., SPENCER, MA
ALLAIRE ELIZABETH 1933/JUNE/18 77 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALLEGRA PHILOMINA 1954/DECEMBER/13 67 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALLEN ALICE ANTOINETTE 1926/MAY/20 28 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ALLEN DOROTHY B. 1917/APRIL/23 3 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ALLEN EMILIE 1969/SEPTEMBER/26 91 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ALLEN GRACE EDITH 1942/APRIL/3 75 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ALLERBY ORA D. 1968/JUNE/8 78 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
AMELOTTE SELINA 1952/JANUARY/4 82 YEARS / HOLY ROSARY-ST. MARY CEM., SPENCER, MA
AMES ABIGAIL 1784/JANUARY/3 36 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES AMBROSE 1797/SEPTEMBER/1 7 MONTHS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES BENJAMIN 1773/AUGUST/19 ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES BENJAMINE SHELDON 1820/MAY/2 8 MONTHS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES CHARLES P. 1842/NOVEMBER/25 3 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES DANIEL 1778/MARCH/10 66 YEARS / AMES ST. PRIVATE CEMETERY
AMES DANIEL 1821/NOVEMBER/16 71 YEARS / AMES ST. PRIVATE CEMETERY
AMES DANIEL F. 1848/OCTOBER/9 39 YEARS
AMES ELLEN 1848/OCTOBER/29 13 YEARS
AMES HANNAH 1783/OCTOBER/13 5 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES MRS. HANNAH 1802/JANUARY/3 84 YEARS / AMES ST. PRIVATE CEMETERY
AMES HANNAH 1828/APRIL/27 62 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES HILDAGAR O. 1971/MAY/14 ---
AMES JOB 1827/MAY/29 75 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES JOEL 1839/DECEMBER/1 53 YEARS / LEACH CEMETERY
AMES JOSIAH 1839/APRIL/2 57 YEARS / AMES ST. PRIVATE CEMETERY
AMES MARY 1813/AUGUST/6 58 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES MEHETABEL 1833/AUGUST/7 77 YEARS / AMES ST. PRIVATE CEMETERY
AMES PHEBE 1794/MAY/3 34 YEARS / AMES ST. PRIVATE CEMETERY
AMES RUHAMAH 1803/SEPTEMBER/30 47 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES RUTH 1846/OCTOBER/16 87 YEARS
AMES SARAH BLANCH 1818/MARCH/29 80 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES SARAH FULLER 1837/JULY/29 11 YEARS / LEACH CEMETERY
AMES SEBA 1794/DECEMBER/30 14 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
AMES TIMOTHY 1814/JULY/18 70 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
ANCTIL ROSEANNA 1950/NOVEMBER/7 83 YEARS / ST. MARY CEM., FOXBORO, MA
ANDERSON CAROLINE M. 1970/AUGUST/3 80 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ANDERSON CECILIA 1960/MAY/23 66 YEARS / ST. PATRICK CEM., ROCKLAND, MA
ANDERSON HAROLD 1984/APRIL/24 82 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ANDREA (BABY) 1951/JANUARY/5 5 DAYS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ANESTI HELEN 1965/JUNE/10 51 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ANESTI PETER 1977/JULY/18 92 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
ANTAYA OMER H. 1976/OCTOBER/10 69 YEARS / SACRED HEART CEM., NEW BEDFORD, MA
ARVIDSON CARL O. 1991/AUGUST/7 85 YEARS
BAKER DONALD L. 1970/SEPTEMBER/4 ---
BALDWIN CORNELIA 1970/SEPTEMBER/3 ---
BALDWIN JACOB 1970/SEPTEMBER/2 ---
BARRY MARY 1883/MAY/13 51 YEARS
BARRY THOMAS J. 1973/JANUARY/1 ---
BASS DR. ZIBA 1804/SEPTEMBER/23 31 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
BATES JAMES A. 1982/JUNE/20 40 YEARS
BEEK RITA 1970/MARCH/12 ---
BERGMAN CLARA A. 1883/MAY/25 38 YEARS
BISHOP BERTHA C. 1975/APRIL/1 ---
BOYLAN PATRICK 1883/MAY/4 70 YEARS
BROOKS FRANKLIN 2003/MAY/25 89 YEARS
BROPHY MARGARET K. 1917/APRIL/13 1 DAY / CALVARY CEMETERY
BROUILLARD RUTH P. 1972/JULY/14 ---
BRYAN ALFRED 1970/DECEMBER/25 ---
BRYANT GEORGE W. 1883/MAY/7 72 YEARS
BURKE GEORGE H. 1970/FEBRUARY/14 ---
BUZZELL JAMES 1971/MAY/14 ---
CAREY ELBRIDGE 1828/FEBRUARY/25 27 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
CARL JACOB 1970/JANUARY/1 ---
CARPENTER RALPH H. 1970/JUNE/10 ---
CARTER WILLIAM 1842 COWEESET CEMETERY
CASSIDY RUTH A. 1978/MARCH/14 ---
CAUILLA JAMES C. 1982/JUNE/20 60 YEARS
CHARPENTIER LIDA 1970/APRIL/1 ---
CLARK RICHARD L. 1996/OCTOBER/9 77 YEARS
CLEMENTS KENNETH WESLEY 1917/MAY/28 3 MONTHS
COLLINS MILDRED 1973/JANUARY/1 ---
CONNORS NELLIE M. 1972/JULY/14 ---
COOPER CHARLES W. 1858/JULY/21 DROWNED
COOTS HENRY R. 1883/JULY/1 64 YEARS
COSTIGAN DANIEL J. 1970/DECEMBER/25 ---
COUCH SOPHIA G. 1841/AUGUST/11 1 DAY / ASHLAND CEMETERY
COYNE ROBERT PATRICK 2003/MAY/25 67 YEARS
CRANDALL GEORGE TEN BROECK 1833/MAY/26 7 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
CRANE MARJORIE 2003/MAY/25 80 YEARS
CREEDAN MARY 1882/NOVEMBER/25 70 YEARS
CRETER FREDA 2003/MAY/25 87 YEARS
CROMWELL JAMES 1846/MARCH/1 30 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
CRONIN EDWARD F. 2007/FEBRUARY/9 69 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
CROSS NATHANIEL H. 1843/MARCH/25 UNION CEMETERY
CROSSWELL JERUSHA 1785/JUNE/28 64 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
CUTLER FLAVILLA A. 1836/FEBRUARY/22 25 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
DAILEY JOHN ENS. 1792/SEPTEMBER/12 81 YEARS / COWEESET CEMETERY
DALIE LEWIS 1823 COWEESET CEMETERY
DAVENPORT ELIZA 1849/JANUARY MAIN STREET CEMETERY
DAVENPORT JAMES E. 1849/AUGUST/18 2 YEARS / UNION CEMETERY
DEMEULE RAYMOND E. 1972/JULY/14 ---
DOTEN DAVID 1848/MAY/16 40 YEARS / SUMMER STREET CEMETERY
DOWNIE WILLIAM 1747/APRIL/26 MAIN STREET CEMETERY
DOYLE LORA C. 1977/FEBRUARY/20 ---
DRYSDALE CLIFFORD 1988/JUNE/14 76 YEARS
DUNAKIN IRVING SYLVESTER 1917/MAY/26 3 MONTHS
DUNN ABNER C. 1846/JUNE/24 30 YEARS / FITS
DUPAUL LAWRENCE J. 2000/JULY/4 84 YEARS
DUPREY LOIS 1917/MAY/? 4 DAYS
EEERLE CHARLES L. 1840/JANUARY/13 LOST ON STEAMER LEXINGTON / UNION CEMETERY
EATON JANE M. 1971/MAY/14 ---
EDSON MELINDA 1883/MARCH/31 79 YEARS
EKLUND MARTHA S. 1973/JANUARY/1 ---
EVERSON HARRIET 1859/JULY/30 KILLED BY LOCOMOTIVE
EVERSON THACHER 1859/JULY/30 KILLED BY LOCOMOTIVE
FRANZEN ELIZABET 1970/APRIL/1 ---
FRENCH LUCY W. 1883/MAY/26 75 YEARS
FRUMSON DORA 1991/AUGUST/7 85 YEARS
GABRIEL CARROLL W. 1988/NOVEMBER/17 70 YEARS
GILL HENRY D. 1977/FEBRUARY/20 ---
GIUNTA JOHN 1970/FEBRUARY/14 ---
GRADY ROSA 1883/JUNE/5 59 YEARS
HAGAN MARY 1973/SEPTEMBER/25 ---
HALLONQUIST CARL 1970/JANUARY/1 ---
HARGROVE IVA E. 1972/JULY/14 ---
HARRINGTON FRANK H. 1972/JULY/14 ---
HATCH LUTHER 1818/NOVEMBER/29 21 YEARS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
HATCH JULIA 1977/JANUARY/1 ---
HAUTHAWAY PENELOPE 1840/JANUARY/24 50 YEARS / UNION CEMETERY
HAZARD ALLEN E. 1970/DECEMBER/25 ---
HEATH JOHN 1970/JUNE/10 ---
HENNESSEY EDWARD F. 1986/MAY/4 70 YEARS
HERMANSON OLIVE 1973/SEPTEMBER/25 ---
HERSEY SALLY 1837/APRIL/3 LEACH CEMETERY
HEWET JAMES 1750/APRIL/14 42 YEARS / MAIN STREET CEMETERY
HEWIT MICHAEL 1847/MAY/27 30 YEARS / TYPHUS OR SHIP FEVER
HOLLYWOOD ALICE 1846/NOVEMBER/10 8 DAYS
HOLMES FRANK W. 1917/MAY/28 70 YEARS / UNION CEMETERY
HOLT BASKA 1976/JULY/20 ---
HUNT MARY LIZZIE 1883/MAY/22 31 YEARS
HUSTON ERNEST M. 1976/JULY/20 ---
ILSON RHEA A. 1965/NOVEMBER/5 71 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
IVON MARIE M. 1939/FEBRUARY/2 59 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
INGLIS WILLIAM M. 1970/MARCH/12 ---
KAZLAUSKAS DOMCI 1970/JANUARY/1 ---
KEEN RICHARD H. 1917/APRIL/22 48 YEARS
KELLEHER JAMES T. 1970/DECEMBER/25 ---
KELLY JOSEPH F. 1970/FEBRUARY/14 ---
KENNEY KATHLEENE 2000/JULY/4 78 YEARS
KINGMAN DR. ABEL W. 1883/MAY/4 77 YEARS
KOHL MARION 2003/MAY/25 78 YEARS
KWARTUN JOHN J. 1971/OCTOBER/7 ---
LaBARRE IDA R. 1970/JANUARY/1 ---
LARSON LILLIAN M. 1972/JULY/14 ---
LAZARUS ARTHUR 2003/JANUARY/1 85 YEARS
LEACH LENA ESTHER 1883/MARCH/29 25 YEARS
LOPES MANUEL J. 1986/MAY/4 85 YEARS
LOTHROP L.M. 1970/DECEMBER/25 ---
MacIVAR NORENA 1970/FEBRUARY/14 ---
MARCUS SAMUEL 1977/FEBRUARY/20 ---
MARTLAND JESSE 1883/MAY/? 16 YEARS
McGRATH FLORENCE 2003/JANUARY/1 101 YEARS
MONDEAU ALOSIA M. 1977/JANUARY/1 ---
MORGAN JUNE T. (DONAHUE) 1994/JANUARY/10 55 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
MURPHY FREDERIC A. 1974/FEBRUARY/20 ---
MURPHY MARGARET 1883/MAY/15 24 YEARS
NARDELLI JAMES 1972/JULY/14 ---
NASON WALTER E. 1975/APRIL/1 ---
NIEMI T.E. 1970/JANUARY/1 ---
NIGROSH FRIEDA 1979/SEPTEMBER/4 ---
NILSSON JOSEPH E. 1882/NOVEMBER/28 5 YEARS
NOLAN CATHERINE 1883/JULY/1 28 YEARS
NORRIS WILLIE M. 1883/MAY/14 12 YEARS
O'NEIL WILLIAM 1821/AUGUST/6 ---
ORCUTT GERSHOM 1831/JANUARY/24 UNION CEMETERY
ORCUTT NATHANIEL, LT. 1810/OCTOBER/24 65 YEARS / SUMMER ST. CEMETERY
ORR SARAH JANE 1832/FEBRUARY/16 1 YEAR / UNION CEMETERY
PACHECO JOSEPH V. 1988/JUNE/14 68 YEARS
PACKARD ELLIOT M. 1883/JUNE/7 1 YEAR
PACKARD NATHAN 1883/APRIL/2 81 YEARS
PAPPANICOLAO ARETI 1974/FEBRUARY/20 ---
PELLETIER OLIVE L. 1970/FEBRUARY/14 ---
PERKINS BEATRICE C. 1971/OCTOBER/7 ---
PERRY TILEY 1835/AUGUST/12 ---
PETERS MARGARET 1970/APRIL/1 ---
PHELPS SARAH 1847/FEBRUARY/9 60 YEARS
PIERCE (BABY A) 1971/NOVEMBER/27 ---
PIERCE (BABY B) 1971/NOVEMBER/27 ---
PLACE MARTHA 1849/JUNE/23 19 YEARS / CONSUMPTION
PLACE MARY 1844/MARCH/21 22 YEARS / CONSUMPTION
POIRER ALMA M. 1970/FEBRUARY/14 ---
POLISENO GENEVIEV J. 1970/SEPTEMBER/4 ---
POMPEO SANDRA A. 1996/OCTOBER/9 56 YEARS
POOLE GEORGE W. 1849/OCTOBER/29 68 YEARS / TYPHOID FEVER
POPE HAROLD V. 2000/JULY/4 84 YEARS
PROUTY CHARLES F. 1917/MAY/27 67 YEARS
QUINLAN JOHN MAURICE 1932/AUGUST/25 10 MONTHS / CALVARY CEMETERY
RAY LAURA I. 1971/NOVEMBER/27 ---
RIBERDY ENSEBE 1917/MAY/27 84 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
RILEY MARY J. 1883/JUNE/6 33 YEARS
ROGERS EDITH F. 1883/MARCH/31 11 MONTHS
ROZEN DENNY 1917/MAY/28 6 MONTHS
RUBIN ALBERT 1975/APRIL/1 ---
SANDRIDGE ANNIE E. 1917/SEPTEMBER/17 ELMWOOD CEMETERY
SAVARD DORIS H. 1978/MAY/14 ---
SERRA HILDA M. 1977/FEBRUARY/20 ---
SHAUGHNESSY MARY R. 1970/DECEMBER/25 ---
SHAW EVELYN L. 1982/JUNE/20 68 YEARS
SHEA CLAIRE E. 2000/JULY/4 75 YEARS
SILBERT NORMA 1988/JUNE/14 57 YEARS
SILVA HENRY 1977/FEBRUARY/20 ---
SILVA JOSEPH G. 1972/JULY/14 ---
SIMMONS FRANK EUGENE 2003/JANUARY/1 70 YEARS
SLAVIN BERNARD J. 1986/MAY/4 79 YEARS
SMITH JOHN T. 1970/FEBRUARY/14 ---
SMYTH MARY M. 1970/MARCH/12 ---
SNELL LEROY W. 1970/APRIL/1 ---
SPROAT SARAH R. 1846/JUNE/3 64 YEARS / DROPSY
STACK JOHN T. 1970/JANUARY/1 ---
STACKPOLE OLGA E. 1977/JANUARY/1 ---
STEVENS CLAIRE E. 1977/FEBRUARY/20 ---
STICKLE ERNEST 1978/MAY/14 ---
STONE DIANTHE E. 1847/NOVEMBER/22 26 YEARS / UNION CEMETERY
SULLIVAN JULIA F. 1883/JUNE/6 28 YEARS
SUMMERS MARY E. 1917/MAY/28 FOREST HILLS CEMETERY
SWAN GEORGE EDWARD 1847/MAY/6 16 MONTHS / HYDROCEPHALUS
SWEET ELIZABETH FRANCES 1833/MARCH/14 9 MONTHS / ASHLAND CEMETERY
SYLVESTER GERSHOM I. 1859/JUNE/3 7 YEARS
THAYER ARTHUR L. 1917/MAY/28 47 YEARS / MT. VERNON CEMETERY,ABINGTON
THORNTON PATRICK T. 1971/NOVEMBER/27 ---
THOMPSON ANGENETTA 1883/MAY/26 45 YEARS
URBANO NUNZIA 1930/APRIL/25 CALVARY CEMETERY
USATIS ANTHONY 1926/JUNE/19 48 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
USIAVICZ EVA 1925/JULY/25 47 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
VOSE MARY ELLEN 1849/JUNE/4 1 MONTH / DYSENTARY
VOSE MARY H. 1849/JUNE/16 21 YEARS / CONSUMPTION
VOSE WILLIAM 1830/SEPTEMBER/18 63 YEARS / UNION CEMETERY
WADE JULIA A. 1883/MAY/28 81 YEARS
WALLEN FRANCIS M. 2000/JULY/4 57 YEARS
WASHBURN EMMA OLIVIA 1858/MARCH/30 7 YEARS
WENTWORTH JOHN B. 1859/JANUARY/22 ---
WHALEN THOMAS L. 1976/JULY/20 ---
WILLIAMS EDWARD H. 1917/MAY/28 63 YEARS / MELROSE CEMETERY
WILLIS EMMA J. 1970/JUNE/10 ---
ZABTOCSKI JOSEPH 1919/APRIL/11 1 DAY / CALVARY CEMETERY
ZECHINI MARY 1930/AUGUST/19 52 YEARS / CALVARY CEMETERY
ZOIA ARMANDO 1970/NOVEMBER/26 ---

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