Research & Genealogical Resources

This undated postcard, probably from the turn of the century before, shows the largest elm tree in Massachusetts. The exact location is unknown. Many of these giants were destroyed in the hurricane of 1938. The rest succumbed to Dutch Elm disease in the 60 and 70s.
This undated postcard, probably from the turn of the century before, shows the largest elm tree in Massachusetts. The exact location is unknown. Many of these giants were destroyed in the hurricane of 1938. The rest succumbed to Dutch Elm disease in the 60 and 70s.

 

1) Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800: Worcester County

2) Southborough Births 1727-1850: Alphabetical list by family name

3) Southborough Deaths 1727-1850: Alphabetical list by family name

4) Southborough Marriages 1727-1850

SRC map

5) Cemetery Lists

  1. Unmarked Graves 1842-1862
    This lists those who are buried either in the Old Burial Ground or in the Rural Cemetery and have an unmarked grave, dating from 1842 when the Rural Cemetery opened, up though 1862. Probably most are buried in the Rural Cemetery.
  2. Stone Conditions and Designs Through 1830
  3. Known Buried But No Marker
  4. Numerical List of Gravestones in the Old Burial Ground
  5. List of Southborough Dead 1727-1794
    This lists those who died in Southborough during the period but lack both verification of burial and marker.
  6. Alphabetical List of Stones Still Standing (1971) in the Old Burial Ground
  7. Known Buried but Omitted from Vital Records

6) Southborough Rural Cemetery Inscriptions 1850-2005

7) 1977 Burnett Family Descendants

8) Southborough Residents Enrolled in the 1847 Militia

9) Southborough Town Meetings Index 1727-1767

Index of transcribed Town Meetings from 1727-1767