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Worcester births, marriages, and deaths

compiled by Franklin P. Rice
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Worcester, Massachusetts : Worcester Society of Antiquity, 1894
527 p.
Collections of the Worcester Society of Antiquity; v. 12

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Spine title: Worcester, MA vital records to 1850.

Produced by the photoduplication program of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts.

Publication authorized by the city.

"This printed register includes all the births recorded in Worcester from the date of the earliest, November 7th, 1714, to January 1st, 1849"--[p. 8].

Contains births 1714-1848, marriages 1747-1848, deaths 1826-1848.

Also available on microfiche and digital images.

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