Category: Middlesex


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CD: History of the Town of Arlington, Massachusetts. Formerly the Second Precinct in Cambridge or District of Menotomy, afterward the Town of West Cambridge, 1635- 1879. With a Genealogical Register of the Inhabitants of the Precinct

By: Benjamin and William R. Cutter

Price: $15.95

Publisher: Heritage Books,

The extensive genealogical register occupies nearly half the volume. Several rosters of Civil War soldiers are also given. View more info

CD: Biographical Review, Volume XXVII, Containing Life Sketches Of Leading Citizens Of Middlesex County, Massachusetts

By: Biographical Review Publishing Company

Price: $24.00

Publisher: Heritage Books,

Originally published in book form in 1898, this CD-ROM contains genealogical and biographical data on many residents of Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Some of the biographies include: George Z. Blodgett, Joseph N. Bacon, Eugene G. Hoitt, James P. Niles, Albert Mead, George W. Barton, William Amos Bancroft, John Read, William James Rolfe, Henry Orlando Marcy, William T. Richardson, Joseph J. Giles, Arthur Gilman, Horace Carr White, Jacob M. Ellis, John W. Willis, Edward F.... View more info

CD: Old Landmarks and Historic Fields of Middlesex [Massachusetts]

By: Samuel Adams Drake

Price: $15.95

Publisher: Heritage Books,

Not intended as a history or list of chronological events but rather "a series of historic-colloquial rambles among the memorable places of Old Middlesex," Samuel Adams Drake takes the reader down Colonial highways, recounts traditions and discusses men and events. He concentrates on places and people made famous by the events of the Revolution, especially the eleven month campaign for the possession of Boston. He is proud of the fact that Middlesex has contrib... View more info

CD: Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, in the County of Middlesex, and the Commonwealth of Massachusettes, 1629-1818

By: Thomas Bellows Wyman

Price: $26.00

Publisher: Heritage Books,

Charlestown was established about 1630 at the beginning of the Great Migration, and was annexed to Boston in 1874. It is situated in Middlesex County which was created in 1643 when Massachusetts Bay Colony was divided into four shires. Originally Charlestown also included Burlington, Malden, Somerville, Stoneham, Wilmington, Winchester, and Woburn, and parts of Arlington, Cambridge, Medford, and Reading. Its extant records begin in the mid-1630s. This is truly a phenomen... View more info