VITAL RECORDS

of

WAYLAND

MASSACHUSETTS

To the end of the year 1849


The town of Wayland, Middlesex County, was formerly East Sudbury.
April 10, 1780,a part of Sudbury was established as East Sudbury.
March 11, 1835, the name of the town of East Sudbury was changed to Wayland.
April 26, 1850, bound between Wayland and Natick were established.
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1790, 1,240 1830, 933 1870, 1,240

SURNAME INDEX
Births
Abbot - Atkinson
Babcock - Butterfield
Cain - Cutting
Damon - Dutton
Ellms - Estes
Fairbanks - Frost
Garrison - Grout
Hammond - Hyde
Jameson - Jones
Knowles
Lamb - Loker
Mahoney - Munroe
Nealley - Noyes
Parmenter - Proctor
Reed - Rutter
Salisbury - Stone
Taylor - Tyler
Underwood
Wade - Wyman
Marriages
Abbot - Austin
Babcock - Butters
Cabot - Cutting
Dakin - Dutton
Eager - Ewers
Fairbanks - Fuller
Gale - Grout
Haines - Hustin
Ingraham
Jackson - Jones
Kain - Knowlten
Lamb - Low
Macomber - Murdock
Neadom - Nurse
Oliver
Packard - Putnam
Read - Rutter
Sanders - Symonds
Talbot - Tyler
Underwood - Upham
Varney
Walcott - Wyman
Young
Unidentified
Deaths
Abbot - Austin
Bacon - Byles
Campbell - Cutting
Damon - Dudly
Eager - Emes
Farmer - Frost
Gail - Grover
Haden - Hyde
Jenison - Jones
Kearnan - Knowlton
Lawton - Loker
Maglin - Moulton
Nealy - Noyes
Oliver - Ordway
Parker - Puffer
Reed - Rutter
Sanderson - Sumner
Taylor - Tyler
Underwood - Upham
Walzer - Wyman
Unidentified
Negroes


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