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{{stub}}''[[United States|United States]] > [[Massachusetts|Massachustts]] > [[Barnstable County, Massachusetts|Barnstable County]] > Truro''  
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''[[United States|United States]] [[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] [[Massachusetts|Massachustts]] [[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] [[Barnstable County, Massachusetts|Barnstable County]] [[Image:Gotoarrow-kelly.png]] Truro'' <br><br>{{MABarTruMap}}
  
== Town Hall  ==
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=== Town Hall  ===
  
== Quick Facts  ==
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=== Quick Facts  ===
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{{Wikipedia|Truro, Massachusetts}}
  
 
==== Establishment and former town name(s)  ====
 
==== Establishment and former town name(s)  ====
  
[http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/49562661 ''Historical data relating to counties, cities, and towns in Massachusetts''] (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1997), [FHL book 974.4 H2h 1997].
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''Historical data relating to counties, cities, and towns in Massachusetts'' {{WorldCat|49562661}} ▲ {{FHL|677425|item}}
  
'''16 July 1709:''' Established as a town, formerly a tract of land called "Pawmett", to "... be called by the name of Truroe..." (Prov. Laws, Vol. I, p. 642)
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'''16 July 1709:''' Established as a town, formerly a tract of land called "Pawmett", to "... be called by the name of Truroe..." (Prov. Laws, Vol. I, p. 642)  
  
'''Archiac name:''' Dangerfield, Meeshaum, Pawmett, Tashmuit
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'''Archiac name:''' Dangerfield, Meeshaum, Pawmett, Tashmuit  
  
'''Section/Villages within the town:''' Beach Point, Castle Village, Corn Hill, Dyer's Hollow, Harding's Hollow, Head Pamet, Higgins Hollow, High Head Highland, Highland Light, Hogsback, Neck, North Truro, Pond Village, South Truro, The Castle, Truro Center, Truro Station, Whitmanville.
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'''Section/Villages within the town:''' Beach Point, Castle Village, Corn Hill, Dyer's Hollow, Harding's Hollow, Head Pamet, Higgins Hollow, High Head Highland, Highland Light, Hogsback, Neck, North Truro, Pond Village, South Truro, The Castle, Truro Center, Truro Station, Whitmanville.  
 
 
Wikipedia: {{wpd|Truro, Massachusetts}}
 
  
 
==== Boundary Changes  ====
 
==== Boundary Changes  ====
  
'''21 October 1714:''' Bounds between Truro and Province Lands established.
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'''21 October 1714:''' Bounds between Truro and Province Lands established.  
  
'''12 June 1813:''' Part annexed to Provincetown and bounds established.
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'''12 June 1813:''' Part annexed to Provincetown and bounds established.  
  
'''2 March 1829:''' Part annexed to Provincetown and bounds established.
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'''2 March 1829:''' Part annexed to Provincetown and bounds established.  
  
'''30 March 1836:''' Part annexed to Provincetown.
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'''30 March 1836:''' Part annexed to Provincetown.  
  
'''22 February 1837:''' Bounds between Truro and Wellfleet established.
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'''22 February 1837:''' Bounds between Truro and Wellfleet established.  
  
 
==== Neighboring Towns  ====
 
==== Neighboring Towns  ====
  
[[Wellfleet,_Massachusetts|Wellfleet]] | Cape Cod Bay to the west, Atlantic Ocean to the east
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[[Provincetown, Massachusetts|Provincetown]] | [[Wellfleet, Massachusetts|Wellfleet]] | Cape Cod Bay to the west, Atlantic Ocean to the east  
  
 
== Resources  ==
 
== Resources  ==
  
==== Biography ====
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=== Biography  ===
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=== Cemeteries  ===
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==== Ball (1923)  ====
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in the woods at the end of Higgins Hollow Rd
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==== Cobb Family (1779)  ====
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in the woods off Old County Rd<br>South Truro
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==== H. Doane Grave Site (1781)  ====
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off Savage Rd
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*Truro cemeteries {{FHL|1050834|item}}
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==== First Congregational Parish (1813)  ====
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Town Hall Rd
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*Truro cemeteries {{FHL|1050834|item}}
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==== Methodist Cemetery (1810)  ====
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Bridge and Meetinghouse Rds
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*Truro cemeteries {{FHL|1050834|item}}
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==== New South (1994)  ====
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Old County Rd
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==== Old North aka First Church of Christ (1713)  ====
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Rte. 6 and Aldrich Rd, near Provincetown town line
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*Inscriptions from gravestones in the Old North Cemetery, Truro, Mass. from 1713 to 1840 {{FHL|393056|item}}
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*Truro cemeteries {{FHL|1050834|item}}
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==== Pine Grove (1796)  ====
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off County Rd<br>South Truro
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**Truro cemeteries {{FHL|1050834|item}}
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==== Benjamin Rich Family (1780) ====
  
==== Cemeteries  ====
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in the woods off Holsberry Rd
  
'''Ball Cemetery (1923)'''<br> in the woods at the end of Higgins Hollow Rd
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==== T. Ridley Gravesite (1776) ====
  
'''Cobb Family Cemetery (1779)'''<br> in the woods off Old County Rd<br> South Truro
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in the woods off Rte. 6
  
'''H. Doane Grave Site (1781)'''<br> off Savage Rd
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*Truro cemeteries {{FHL|1050834|item}}
  
'''First Congregational Parish Cemetery (1813)'''<br> Town Hall Rd
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==== William and Miriam Rollins (1925) ====
  
'''Methodist Cemetery (1810'''<br> Bridge and Meetinghouse Rds
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near Pilgrim Lake
  
'''New South Cemetery (1994)'''<br> Old County Rd
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==== Sacred Heart (1868) ====
  
'''Old NOrth Cemetery aka First Church of Christ Cemetery (1713)'''<br> Rte. 6 and Aldrich Rd, near Provincetown town line
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Bridge and Meetinghouse Rds
  
'''Pine Grove Cemetery (1796)'''<br> off County Rd<br> South Truro  
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*Truro cemeteries {{FHL|1050834|item}}
  
'''Benjamin Rich Family Cemetery (1780)'''<br> in the woods off Holsberry Rd
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==== Snow (1817) ====
  
'''T. Ridley Gravesite (1776)'''<br> in the woods off Rte. 6
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Bridge Rd
  
'''William and Miriam Rollins Cemetery (1925)'''<br> near Pilgrim Lake
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*Truro cemeteries {{FHL|1050834|item}}
  
'''Sacred Heart Cemetery (1868)'''<br> Bridge and Meetinghouse Rds
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==== South Pamet  ====
  
'''Snow Cemetery (1817)'''<br> Bridge Rd  
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South Pamet Rd  
  
'''South Pamet Cemetery'''<br> South Pamet Rd
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=== Church History and Records  ===
  
==== Church History and Records ====
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==== Congregational ====
  
==== History  ====
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*First Congregational Church {{FHL|287442|item}}
  
==== Maps  ====
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=== Directories  ===
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*Bourne (Massachusetts) city directories {{FHL|1055113|item}}
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=== Genealogy  ===
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*Register of some early Provincetown and Truro (Provincetown related) families&nbsp;: covering a period from the early 1700's through 1850 plus) {{FHL|707548|item}}
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=== History  ===
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*Truro - Cape Cod, or, Land marks and sea marks {{FHL|73651|item}}
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=== Land and Property  ===
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*Proprietors' records, 1696-1800 {{FHL|287459|item}}
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*Truro, Massachusetts marks of cattle from the original records, 1710-1768 {{FHL|658622|item}}
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=== Maps  ===
  
 
#[http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic/f?p=gnispq:3:::NO::P3_FID:618260 USGS GNIS FID 618260]  
 
#[http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic/f?p=gnispq:3:::NO::P3_FID:618260 USGS GNIS FID 618260]  
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#[http://massachusetts.hometownlocator.com/maps/bigmap,n,truro,fid,618260.cfm Hometown Locator]
 
#[http://massachusetts.hometownlocator.com/maps/bigmap,n,truro,fid,618260.cfm Hometown Locator]
  
==== Minorities ====
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=== Newspapers  ===
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=== Town Records  ===
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*Town records, 1709-1783, 1844-1870 {{FHL|287409|item}}
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*Records of town meetings, votes, births, marriages, deaths; 1709-1783
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*Records of town meetings, roads, intentions of marriage; 1844-1870
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=== Vital Records  ===
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*Town records, births, marriages and intentions, and deaths, ca. 1771-1847 {{FHL|373187|item}}
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*Truro, Massachusetts computer printout, births early to 1850 {{FHL|8940|item}}
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*Vital records of the town of Truro, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849 {{FHL|379327|item}} book
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*Vital records of the town of Truro, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849 {{FHL|379327|item}} fiche
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==== Marriages ====
  
==== Newspapers  ====
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*Marriage records of Truro (Barnstable County) in Massachusetts, 1850-1899 {{FHL|1169835|item}} fiche
  
==== Societies, Libraries and Museums ====
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==== Deaths ====
  
==== Websites  ====
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*Deaths in Truro, Cape Cod, 1786-1826: taken from the diary of Rev. Jude Damon {{FHL|35073|item}} ▲ {{FSbook|97020}}
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== Societies, Libraries and Museums  ==
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*Mayflower descendant legacy {{FHL|839394|item}} <br>Note: the record is available online if visiting Family History Library. Mayflower Descendant Magazine, vols. 1-34 (1899-1937) -- Pilgrim notes and queries, vol. 1-5 (1913-1917) -- Bowman's vital records of Brewster (Barnstable Co.), Ma. - to 1850 -- Bowman's vital records of Halifax (Plymouth Co.), Ma. - to 1850 -- Bowman's vital records of Truro (Barnstable Co.) Ma. - to 1850 -- Bowman's Yarmouth cemetery records -- B.N. Derick's cemetery records of Dennis, Ma. -- Falmouth, Ma. vital records index -- Wellfleet cemetery records.
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== Websites  ==
  
 
== References  ==
 
== References  ==
  
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{{reflist}}
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{{MABar towns}} {{Massachusetts-stub}}
  
[[Category:Barnstable County, Massachusetts]]
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[[Category:Barnstable_County,_Massachusetts]] [[Category:Towns_in_Massachusetts]]

Revision as of 22:20, 15 November 2012

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Town Hall

Quick Facts

Wikipedia
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Establishment and former town name(s)

Historical data relating to counties, cities, and towns in Massachusetts WorldCat 49562661FHL Collection

16 July 1709: Established as a town, formerly a tract of land called "Pawmett", to "... be called by the name of Truroe..." (Prov. Laws, Vol. I, p. 642)

Archiac name: Dangerfield, Meeshaum, Pawmett, Tashmuit

Section/Villages within the town: Beach Point, Castle Village, Corn Hill, Dyer's Hollow, Harding's Hollow, Head Pamet, Higgins Hollow, High Head Highland, Highland Light, Hogsback, Neck, North Truro, Pond Village, South Truro, The Castle, Truro Center, Truro Station, Whitmanville.

Boundary Changes

21 October 1714: Bounds between Truro and Province Lands established.

12 June 1813: Part annexed to Provincetown and bounds established.

2 March 1829: Part annexed to Provincetown and bounds established.

30 March 1836: Part annexed to Provincetown.

22 February 1837: Bounds between Truro and Wellfleet established.

Neighboring Towns

Provincetown | Wellfleet | Cape Cod Bay to the west, Atlantic Ocean to the east

Resources

Biography

Cemeteries

Ball (1923)

in the woods at the end of Higgins Hollow Rd

Cobb Family (1779)

in the woods off Old County Rd
South Truro

H. Doane Grave Site (1781)

off Savage Rd

First Congregational Parish (1813)

Town Hall Rd

Methodist Cemetery (1810)

Bridge and Meetinghouse Rds

New South (1994)

Old County Rd

Old North aka First Church of Christ (1713)

Rte. 6 and Aldrich Rd, near Provincetown town line

Pine Grove (1796)

off County Rd
South Truro

Benjamin Rich Family (1780)

in the woods off Holsberry Rd

T. Ridley Gravesite (1776)

in the woods off Rte. 6

William and Miriam Rollins (1925)

near Pilgrim Lake

Sacred Heart (1868)

Bridge and Meetinghouse Rds

Snow (1817)

Bridge Rd

South Pamet

South Pamet Rd

Church History and Records

Congregational

Directories

Genealogy

  • Register of some early Provincetown and Truro (Provincetown related) families : covering a period from the early 1700's through 1850 plus) FHL Collection

History

Land and Property

Maps

  1. USGS GNIS FID 618260
  2. Google
  3. Hometown Locator

Newspapers

Town Records

  • Town records, 1709-1783, 1844-1870 FHL Collection
  • Records of town meetings, votes, births, marriages, deaths; 1709-1783
  • Records of town meetings, roads, intentions of marriage; 1844-1870

Vital Records

  • Town records, births, marriages and intentions, and deaths, ca. 1771-1847 FHL Collection
  • Truro, Massachusetts computer printout, births early to 1850 FHL Collection
  • Vital records of the town of Truro, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849 FHL Collection book
  • Vital records of the town of Truro, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849 FHL Collection fiche

Marriages

  • Marriage records of Truro (Barnstable County) in Massachusetts, 1850-1899 FHL Collection fiche

Deaths

Societies, Libraries and Museums

  • Mayflower descendant legacy FHL Collection
    Note: the record is available online if visiting Family History Library. Mayflower Descendant Magazine, vols. 1-34 (1899-1937) -- Pilgrim notes and queries, vol. 1-5 (1913-1917) -- Bowman's vital records of Brewster (Barnstable Co.), Ma. - to 1850 -- Bowman's vital records of Halifax (Plymouth Co.), Ma. - to 1850 -- Bowman's vital records of Truro (Barnstable Co.) Ma. - to 1850 -- Bowman's Yarmouth cemetery records -- B.N. Derick's cemetery records of Dennis, Ma. -- Falmouth, Ma. vital records index -- Wellfleet cemetery records.

Websites

References

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