VITAL RECORDS

of

FOXBOROUGH

MASSACHUSETTS

To the end of the year 1849


The Town of Foxborough, Norfolk County, was established June 10, 1778, from parts of Stoughton, Stoughtonham, Walpole, and Wrentham.
March 12, 1793, parts of Sharon and Stoughton were annexed and bounds established.
February 3, 1819, bounds between Foxborough and Wrentham were established.
February 7, 1831, part of Wrentham was annexed.
January 30, 1833, bounds between Foxborough and Sharon were established and part of each town annexed to the other town.
March 27, 1833, part of Foxborough was annexed to Walpole.
March 28, 1834, part of Foxborough was annexed to Walpole.
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Population by Census:
1790 674   1830 1,165   1870 3,057
1800 779   1840 1,298   1880 2,950
1810 870   1850 1,880   1890 2,933
1820 1,004   1860 2,879   1900 3,266

SURNAME INDEX
Births
Alden - Atherton
Bacon - Burr
Cain - Curtis
Dandy - Durfee
Eddy - Everett
Fairbanks - Fuller
Gandolfo - Guild
Hale - Hunt
Jewett - Jones
Keer - Knapp
Lake - Locke
Maddocks - Myers
Nason - Nutting
Onion
Packard - Putnam
Rafferty - Russell
Salley - Swift
Talbot - Turner
Walker - Wyman
Marriages
Adams - Avens
Bacon - Burt
Caldwell - Cutler
Daggett - Dwight
Eames - Estes
Fairbanks - Fuller
Galvin - Guild
Hale - Huntley
Ingraham
Jackson - Jones
Keith - Knights
Lake - Lyons
MacAboy - Myrick
Nason - Nutting
Oakes - Oloney
Packard - Putnam
Rafferty - Russel
Salisbury - Swetland
Taft - Twitchell
Van Doorn - Vincent
Wade - Wyman
Unidentified
Deaths
Adams - Allen
Bacon - Burt
Capen - Cutler
Damon - Dunham
Elliot - Everett
Faile - Fuller
Gary - Guild
Hall - Hunnewell
Jewett - Jucket
Kendall - Knights
Lake - Lyons
Mann - Morse
Nason - Nicholson
Page - Putnam
Raboshaw - Rogers
Salley - Sweeting
Thayer - Turner
Walker - Wyman
Unidentified
Negroes


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