This section lists county associations from Scituate to Waltham giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Their website includes a list of families residing in Scituate County during 1623-1640, which includes:
A number of publications are available for sale, which incorporate:
The association was established in 1968, its aims being to preserve records relating to the history of Upton and to make these accessible to the public through their library and museum. They have many historic papers and artefacts.
They have a number of resources relating to Upton and the surrounding area, which include:
Resources also include:
They also have a list of burials at First, Old North, Pine Grove, Lakeview and Maplewood Cemeteries.
They also have links to other sites you may find of use.Website:
The association was established on 23 May 1898, its aims being to collect and preserve books, memoirs and curiosities relating to the history of Walpole and to maintain a memorial building to preserve these collections.
They have transcribed records from Cemeteries in Walpole. These include the following cemeteries:
In addition, they have information regarding Blake Private Burial Ground, Morse Private Burial Ground, Guild Burial Ground, Old Burial Place and Walpole Plains Cemetery.
In addition, there is a list of photos and sketches of landmarks in Walpole and Vital Records of Walpole up to 1850.Website:
The aims of the society are to collect and preserve documents relating to the history of Waltham, to collect and prepare genealogies of Waltham families, and to help preserve buildings and monuments of historic interest.
They have a large collection of archives which include:
They also sell Waltham Rediscovered: An Ethnic History of Waltham Massachusetts.Website: