A History of FRAMINGHAM, Massachusetts
By William Barry, Late Pastor of the First Church of Framingham.
c. 1847 (1983 Hardcover Facsimile Edition), 456 pages.
Contains historical sketch of Framingham, civil history, fisheries, highways, remarkable events, emigrations, education, Revolutionary War, "the Plantation", and sketches.
Genealogical Register for surnames: Adams, Angier, Ball, Ballard, Belcher, Belknap, Bemis, Benson, Berry, Biscom, Boutwell, Brewer, Bridge/Bridges, Brown, Bruce, Buckminster/Buckmaster, Bullard, Butler, Claflin, Clark, Cloise, Collier/Collar, Dadmun, Darling, Death, Drury, Eames, Eaton, Edmunds, Fairbank, Fisk/Fiske, Flagg/Flegg, Gallot/Gallop, Gates, Gibbs, Gleason, Goddard, Goodale/Goodall/Goodell, Hager, Haven, Hemenway/Hemingway/Hemmenway/Hiningway/Heneway, How/Howe, Jennings, Jones, Kendal/Kendall, Lamb, Learned/Larned/Larnett, Maynard, Mellen/Mellens/Millens/Maling/Melling/Melen/Meles, Mixer/Mixser/Mixter/Mixture, Morse, Newton, Nichols, Parker, Parkhurst, Parkman, Parmenter, Pepper, Pike, Pratt, Rice, Richards, Rugg, Sanger, Shubael, Singeltary/Singletary, Stone, Town/Towne, Tain/Tayne/Traine, Trowbridge, Wait/Wate/Waite/Wayt/Wayte/Weight/Waight, Walker, Walkup, Whitney and Wright.
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