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A wealth of local information, including countless numbers of genealogical records, old photographs, microfilm, and historic books pertaining to Newbury and Newburyport.
The Southern Essex District Registry of Deeds now includes searchable listings.
Includes searchable collections and how to research family histories.
Includes searchable records and veteran's records.
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How to obtain copies of vital records, marriage certificates, probate records, and much more.
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- John Quincy Adams / Charles Francis Adams, 1903
(Describes his time studying law in Newburyport)
-Andrew Napoleon Adams, 1900
BARTLETT / BARTLET
-Levi Bartlett, 1876
CLARK / CLARKE
-George Kuhn Clarke, 1902
-Rufus Emery, 1890
-Wendell Phillips Garrison, 1885
-Robert Safford Hale, 1877
-Lloyd Vernon Briggs, 1898
-George Thomas Little, 1877
-Henry Erastus Noyes, 1897
-Horatio Nathaniel Noyes, 1889
-Theophilus Parsons, 1861
-John Mason Pettingell, 1906
-David Brainard Pilsbury, 1898
-Sullivan Sumner Rawson, 1849
-Nathaniel Sawyer, 1889
-George Kuhn Clarke, 1902
-C.J. Tenney, 1845
TOPPAN / TAPPAN
-Daniel Langdon Tappan, 1915
-Joshua Coffin, 1862
-Louis Mitchell, et al, 1883
-Joshua Coffin / Cyrus Woodman, 1855
All things related to the history of Newbury, including historical information, hundreds of photos, documents, and ephemera. Manages the 1877 Lower Green Schoolhouse and oversees preservation projects in the town.
Predominantly focusing on the history of Newburyport, its gardens, shipbuilding history, and people.
Owns many properties across New England; locally, the Coffin House, Swett-Ilsley House, Dole-Little House, and Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm. Newbury regional office (978) 462-2634.
A non-profit organization of people who value the preservation of the Newburyport's period architecture, its neighborhood ambience, its heritage landscapes, and its authentic historic character. Manages the 1822 Powder House on Low Street.