VITAL RECORDS

of

SUDBURY

MASSACHUSETTS

To the end of the year 1849


The town of Sudbury, Middlesex County, was established September 4, 1639, prior to which time it was known as The new plantation by Concord.
April 10, 1651, bounds between Sudbury and Watertown were established.
April 10, 1780, a part of Sudbury was established as East Sudbury (now Wayland).
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1765, 1,773 1820, 1,417 1860, 1,691
1776, 2,160 1830, 1,423 1870, 2,091
1790, 1,290 1840, 1,422 1880, 1,178
1800, 1,303 1850, 1,578 1890, 1,197
1810, 1,287     1900, 1,150

SURNAME INDEX
Births
Births
Abbit - Axtell
Babcock - Butterfield
Carlile - Cutting
Dadman - Dutton
Eames - Eveleth
Fairbank - Frost
Galusha - Gybson
Habgood - Hurlbutt
Ingersal - Ives
Jackson - Juell
Keayes - Knowlton
Langdon - Loring
Mabrick - Muzzy
Nealey - Nuton
Octinton - O silloway
Parker - Putnum
Radiat - Rutter
Saleway - Symonds
Tafts - Trull
Underwood
Vorce - Vose
Wadge - Wyman
Young - Youngman
Unidentified
Marriages
Abbot - Ayre
Baaker - Buttrick
Cakebread - Cuttler
Daby - Dutton
Eames - Ewers
Fairbank - Furnell
Gaffeild - Gunn
Habgood - Hurlbut
Ingersol - Ives
Jackson - Juel
Karruth - Knowlton
Laighton - Low
Mace - Myrick
Neadom - Nye
Oak - Osbourn
Page - Putney
Raily - Ryan
Salter - Symonds
Taft - Twichel
Ulmer - Upham
Veazy - Vose
Wad - Wyman
Young
Unidentifed
Negroes
Deaths
Abbot - Axdell
Bacon - Byanton
Cakebread - Cutting
Dakin - Dutton
Eames - Estabrook
Fairbank - Frost
Gaffeild - Guy
Haines - Hurlbut
Ingersal
Jenison - Joslyn
Kackbread - Knowlton
Livermore - Lovering
Mackk - Muzzy
Newton - Noyse
Oaks - Osborn
Pamenter - Puffor
Quin
Read - Rutter
Sallaway - Stuart
Taylor - Tredaway
Vines - Vynes
Walker - Wedg


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