This section lists county associations from Falmouth to Old Bridgewater giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1985. Its aims are to preserve and share family histories and to promote and encourage genealogical research amongst Barnstable County, MA residents, society members and anyone who has an interest in genealogy and family history.
A number of archives are available in Falmouth Public Library, among them CD-ROM's, microfilms, microfiche and many books, some of which relate to England and Wales.
A full list of these resources is available on the site, which incorporate:
They are in the process of transcribing Burials and Gravestones from Cemeteries in Falmouth, Births 1920-1924, Marriages 1870-1930 and Deaths 1870-1970.
The aim of the society is to preserve and share the history of Framingham.
They have a History Centre where a comprehensive collection of archives is available, which include over 12000 artefacts, photographs and documents dating back to 1655.
The society was established in 1910, its aim being to preserve the history of Holliston.
They have a Library located on the Second Floor of Asa Whiting House, where a number of archives are accessible which incorporate:
There is also an on-line catalogue of these resources.
The association has an extensive Archives, which include Personal Papers, Journals, over 10000 Photographs and Genealogical Materials.
They also hold the journals of Ashley Bowen who was a Marblehead Sailor and Carpenter in the Eighteenth Century.
The organisation was established in 1894. A number of publications are available for sale, which include books regarding the Descendants of:
Publications available for sale also incorporate: