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From: "jbuczek" <>
Subject: [GM-L] History of Marlborough
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 22:07:10 -0500
Visit my web site on the History of Marlborough, Massachusetts which has
the following surnames studied in depth with the history of Marlborough
from 1660 to 1910 and a second section for 1910 to 1999.
AMES/EAMES/EMS, AMSDEN, ARNOLD, AXTELL, BAKER, BANISTER, BARNARD, BARNES,
BENT, BENDER, BIGELOW, BOWKER, BRIGHAM, CHIPMAN, CHURCH, DADMAN, DEXTER,
EAGER, FAY, FELTON, GATES, GLEASON, GODDARD, GOODALE/GOODEL/GOODELL,
GOODENOW/GOODNO/GOODNOUGH, GODDARD/GODARD, HAGER, HAPGOOD,HOLYOKE, HOWE
(HOW), HUDSON, JOHNSON, JOSLEN/JOS;IN/JOSLING, KERLY, KEYES/KEYS,
MAINERD/MAINARD/MAYNARD/MAYNERD, MORSE/MORS, NEWTON, RICE, STOW, TEMPLE,
WARD and WOOD/WOODS.
It includes vital records of Marlborugh and Sudbury, genealogies, family
histories, cemetery inscriptions, pictures of over 50 gravestones, pictures
of early homes as they look today and some as they looked in the past,
Revolutionary and Civil War listings including were they served and
regiments, early (1660 ) records of Marlborough, early documents (as early
as 1700) even signatures of many of Marlborough's early settlers; stories
of people and places. There are over 40 surnames which settled in
Marlborough and intermarried and additional surnames without as much
detail. More surname and information to be added as time allows.
Over 110 meg of information; 1,200+ web pages; each page when printed
averages three (3) 8 x 11 pages.
7,550 have visited since April of 2000
The site is
Check it out and please sign the guest book.
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