VITAL RECORDS

of

STONEHAM

MASSACHUSETTS

To the end of the year 1849


The northerly part of Charlestown, including all the lands lying on the east side of Woburn, the south side of Reading, the west side of Malden, and the north side of the fifth range of the first division of Charlestown woodlots were set off Dec. 17, 1725, and constituted a separate township, by the name of Stoneham.
Dec. 21, 1734, parts of Malden and of Reading annexed to Stoneham.
April 5, 1751, bounds between Stoneham and Reading were established.
March 15, 1853, part of Stoneham was annexed to Melrose.
The population of Stoneham at different periods was as follows:
1765, 340 1800, 380 1890, 6,155

SURNAME INDEX
Births
Abbott - Atwell
Baldwin - Butterfield
Call - Cutler
Dalton - Dustin
Eastman - Evans
Farrier - Furlong
Gardener - Grover
Hadley - Hurd
Ingalls - Ingols
Jack - Johonett
Killion - Knight
Langley - Lyon
McColister - Morse
Nash - Nobles
Odiorne - Osgood
Pain - Pratt
Reed - Rowe
Scoaley - Switser
Tainter - Tyler
Upham
Venton - Vinton
Wakefield - Wyman
Young
Negroes
Marriages
Abbot - Avery
Bacheler - Butters
Call - Cutler
Dalton - Duston
Eades - Evens
Farmer - Furlong
Gammell - Grover
Hadlay - Huse
Ingols - Irving
Jack - Jourdon
Kendall - Knights
Langdon - Lyon
McAlister - Munroe
Nash - Numan
Oakes - Osgood
Page - Putney
Ramsdell - Russell
Sanborn - Symonds
Taber - Tuttle
Underwood - Upton
Van Voorhis - Vinton
Wait - Wyman
Yale - Young
Negroes
Deaths
Allen - Arnd
Baldwin - Burnham
Campbell - Cutler
Dalton - Dodge
Eames - Evans
Farrier - Fuller
Garey - Green
Hadley - Hunt
Ingols
Jack - Jhonson
Kempton - Knight
Larrabe - Lynde
MackIntire - Morse
Newhall - Norred
Oliver - Osgood
Parker - Pusly
Richardson - Rowe
Savage - Switser
Tailer - Tyler
Vinten - Vinton
Waite - Wyman
Young
Surname missing
Indians
Negroes


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