Those who lived in Stoughton, Massachusetts
Biographies of Stoughton residents from the 18th Century to the 21st Century.
Stoughton Families (Genealogical sketches), and Stoughton Ancestors WANTED
Stoughton Tax List from the year 1727
Stoughton and Canton Guardians of the Punkapoag Indians 1727-1852.
Stoughton Probate Records - Transcriptions of some Stoughton Probate cases to 1900
A transcription and image of the 1754 Massachusetts Slave Census of Stoughton.
Stoughton Veteran's Roll of Honor Memorial to fallen soldiers at Faxon Park in Stoughton. In honor of Stoughton veteran's from the Revolutionary War to Vietnam.
Some early African American Families in 18th & 19th century Stoughton.
Stoughton Clergymen from the 18th Century and some from 1792 to 1955.
Rising Star Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Stoughton - List of Past Masters since 1799.
Letters from Stoughton in the 19th century.
1800 U.S. Census for Stoughton
Letter from Samuel Hodges, Jr. of Stoughton to future U.S. President John Quincy Adams in 1817. This is a letter of introduction from Hodges regarding the position as Consul to Cape Verde. He would later serve in this role until his death in 1827.
Mt. Zion Royal Arch Chapter of Stoughton - Lists of Past High Priests since 1820.
Stoughton Pensioners from the 1840 U.S. Census.
Stoughton's Oddfellows Lodge # 72 (I.O.O.F.) 1845-2005
Naturalized Voters from Stoughton from the 1865 Massachusetts State Census. This transcription lists the name, age, place of birth, and occupation.
Residents of the Stoughton Poor Farm 1850-1880.
Early Stoughton High School Graduates 1867-1895.
Some Stoughton Doctors before the year 1853.
A list of names from an autograph Album of Stoughton High School Students 1882-1884 owned by Frank I. Capen from Stoughton.
Biography of Frank Monk the well know Dairy Farmer from of Dry Pond.
Updated webpage on Francis Mortimer Lamb - Now including all the paintings of at the Stoughton Public Library.
Stoughton Centenarians - first submission Mary Ann (McNamara) Boylan (1854-1955).
Stoughton's Richest Tax Payers in 1888 who were assessed a rate over $100. who were assessed a rate over $100. who were assessed a rate over $100.
Stoughton Photographers of the 19th & early 20th Century.
Muster roll of Stoughton's World War I Veterans.
Stoughton Veteran Oral History Project on the local Comcast cable (Channel 9). on the local Comcast cable (Channel 9).
Links to other Stoughton "Historical" Websites on the Internet.
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