VITAL RECORDS

of

DOVER

MASSACHUSETTS

To the end of the year 1849


The Town of Dover, Norfolk County, was established as a district July 7, 1784, from part of Dedham.
March 7, 1791, bounds between the district of Dover and Dedham were established.
March 31, 1836, the district was made a town.
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Population by Census:
1790 485 1830 497 1870 645
1800 511 1840 520 1880 653
1810 548 1850 631 1890 727
1820 548 1860 679 1900 656

SURNAME INDEX
Births
Adams - Ayers
Bacon - Bussey
Campbell - Curtis
Davenport - Dunn
Eastman - Everett
Fisher - Fuller
Gay - Guy
Haines - Howe
Ingols
Jennison - Jones
Kenrick - Knowlton
Larabee - Lyman
MacNeal - Moulton
Newel - Norton
O'Sullivan
Perry - Proctor
Reaney - Robbins
Sanger - Swan
Thompson - Twitchel
Upham
Wadsworth - Wright
Unidentified
Marriages
Abbet - Ayres
Bacon - Bussuet
Cady - Curtis
Davis - Dunn
Eastman - Everett
Farwell - Fuller
Gannett - Guy
Haines - Hunt
Ingraham
Jackson - Jones
Kenrick - Knowlton
Larabee - Lyon
Mann - Murden
Neille - Noyes
Olcott - O'Sullivan
Paine - Pulsifer
Reckard - Ruggles
Saben - Sumner
Taylor - Twitchell
Upham
Vose
Wadsworth - Wyman
Deaths
Allen - Ayres
Bacon - Burridge
Carpenter - Cleveland
Dammon - Dwight
Eastman - Everit
Fairbanks - Fuller
Gay - Guy
Hall - Hunting
Jennison - Jones
Kenrick - Knowlton
Larabee - Lovegrove
Mackerwithe - Morse
Newcomb - Newell
Paine - Pond
Reed - Richards
Sawin - Swan
Tisdale - Train
Upham
Wadsworth - Woodward
Unidentified


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