OTHER STOUGHTON "HISTORICAL" WEB LINKS
Updated Feb. 2012
linked from www.StoughtonHistory.com
STOUGHTON HISTORY ON THE INTERNET
Massachuset-Ponkapoag Indians website. The official website for the Ponkapoag Indians.
Roger Hall's website on the history of Music in Stoughton.
Mary Baker Eddy residence at 133 Central Street, Stoughton from 1868-1870
Malcolm & Parsons Insurance Company (since 1825) historical sketch.
First Congregational Church of Stoughton.
First Parish Universalist Church of Stoughton historical sketch.
Ahavath Torah Congregation of Stoughton (since 1919) historical sketch.
Stoughton Little Theatre historical sketch.
Portuguese National Club of Stoughton historical sketch.
Sheehan Funeral Home (originally Withington Funeral Home - 1860) historical sketch.
Farley Funeral Home (since 1965) historical sketch.
19th century articles by historians Newton Talbot and Daniel T. V. Huntoon on who the first "white" child born in Stoughton was.
Col. Thomas Doty's Tavern and the Suffolk Resolves from colonial Stoughton (1774).
Vietnam Veteran USMC Paul McEachron (1947-1967) memorial page
Stoughton "Dorchester Village" in 1725.
A portion of Stoughton in 1785 showing taverns.
Stoughton and Canton from the Massachusetts State Archives - Maps and Plans of 1794 (# 1457).
Railroad and township map of Massachusetts in 1879.
USGS Survey map of the Stoughton area from September, 1894, resurveyed in 1932.
USGS Topozone map of Stoughton recently done.
Gordon "Mickey" Bishop (1911-1988) - a professional box from Stoughton 1920's and 1930's.
Jimmy Briggs a professional boxer born in Stoughton in 1880
William "Bill" Chamberlain (1909-1994) pitcher for the 1932 White Sox, born in Stoughton.
Ellis Drake the Stoughton inventor of the modern baseball cover.
Eddie Gill (1895-1995) pitcher for the 1919 Senators, lived in Stoughton in the 1970's to 1990's.
Tommy Harper lived in Stoughton during the 1980's while a coach for the Red Sox.
Bill "Spaceman" Lee lived briefly in Stoughton while a pitcher for the Red Sox in the 1970's.
William "Billy" McGunningle (1855-1899) 19th century Baseball player raised in East Stoughton.
Scott Stewart born in Stoughton, a player on the 2000-2003 Montreal Expos, 2004 Cleveland Indians.
Billy Travers lived in Stoughton during the 1970's while a player for the Milwaukee Brewers.
AVON "EAST STOUGHTON" (Incorporated from Stoughton in 1888) HISTORY ON THE INTERNET
CANTON, MASS. (Incorporated from Stoughton 1797) HISTORY ON THE INTERNET
SHARON "STOUGHTONHAM" (Incorporated from Stoughton 1765) HISTORY ON THE INTERNET
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