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TYNGSBOROUGH

MASSACHUSETTS

To the end of the year 1849


The territory now included within the limits of Tyngsborough, originally a part of Dunstable, was incorporated June 22, 1789, as the District of Tyngsborough, receiving its name in honor the Tyng family, who were prominent among the early settlers of Dunstable.
March 3, 1792, part of Dunstable was annexed.
Jan. 29, 1798, part of Dunstable was annexed and bounds established.
Feb. 23, 1809, the District was incorporated as the town of Tyngsborough.
June 10, 1814, bounds were established between Tyngsborough and Dunstable.
The population of Tyngsborough at different periods was as follows:
1790, 799 1820, 808 1850, 799

SURNAME INDEX
Births
Adams
Bancroft - Buttrick
Carkin - Cummings
Dakin - Dunbar
Farwell - Frost
Gates - Gould
Hamblet - Hunter
Ingalls - Ingolls
Jaques - Jaquith
Kendal - Knight
Lawrence - Lund
Marshall - Merrill
Newhall - Nutting
Parham - Prescott
Queen
Raymond - Robbins
Sherburne - Swan
Thomas - Turner
Underwood - Upton
Walton - Wyman
Marriages
Abbot - Avery
Bacon - Byam
Caldwell - Cutter
Dakin - Dwinell
Eldridge - Esterbrook
Farmer - Frost
Gates - Grow
Hadley - Hutchins
Ingalls - Ingolls
Jameson - Jones
Kembal - Knowles
Landigin - Lynn
McClenna - Munroe
Nesmith - Nuttins
Page - Procter
Queen - Quesey
Rand - Russell
Salter - Swollow
Taft - Tyng
Underwood - Upton
Varnum - Vickery
Walker - Wyman
Surname missing
Deaths
Abbott - Ayers
Baker - Butterfield
Carkin - Cutler
Dakin - Dutton
Eayrs - Epes
Farwell - Fuller
Gilson - Green
Hadley - Hunter
Ingalls - Ingols
Jaques - Jefts
Kendall - King
Lawrence - Lunn
McClenny - Morgan
Newhall - Nutting
Parham - Prescott
Queen
Rand - Rogers
Scribner - Swan
Taft - Tyng
Underwood - Upton
Waldron - Wyman
Young
Negroes


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