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Wayland, Massachusetts Vital Records
Births, Deaths, & Marriages, to the end of 1849
Transcribed from the microfilmed pages of the originals.
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Order item B417
FORMAT: PRINT ONLY
The book is 124 pages, NOT indexed, names recorded alphabetically, soft cover with a plastic comb binding, and available for $19.98 + $3.99 shipping & handling charge (Add $1.00 S&H for each additional volume ordered).
THE TOWN OF WAYLAND, Middlesex County, was formerly east Sudbury. April 10, 1780, a part of Sudbury was established as East Sudbury. March 11, 1835, the name of the town of East Sudbury was changed to Wayland. April 26, 1850, bounds between Wayland and Natick were established.
Population by Census:
1790 (U.S.), 801; 1800 (U.S.), 835; 1810 (U.S.), 824;
1820 (U.S.), 962; 1830 (U.S.), 944; 1840 (U.S.), 998;
1850 (U.S.), 1115; 1855 (State),1178; 1860 (U.S.), 1188;
1865 (State),1137; 1870 (U.S.), 1240; 1875 (State),1766;
1880 (U.S.), 1962; 1885 (State),1946; 1890 (U.S.), 2060;
1895 (State),2026; 1900 (U.S.), 2303; 1905 (State),2220.
EXPLANATIONS1. WHEN places other than Wayland and Massachusetts are named in the original records, they are given in the printed copy.
2. In all records the original spelling is followed.
3. The various spellings of a name should be examined, as items about the same family or individual might be found under different spellings.
4. Marriages and intentions of marriages are printed under the names of both parties. When both the marriage and intention of marriage are recorded, only the marriage record is printed; and where a marriage appears without the intention recorded, it is designated with an asterisk.
5. Additional information which does not appear in the original text of an item, i.e., any explanation, query, inference, or difference shown in other entries of the record, is bracketed. Parentheses are used to show the difference in the spelling of a name in the same entry, to indicate the maiden name of a wife, to enclose an imperfect portion of the original text, and to separate clauses in the original text, such as the birthplace of a parent in late records.
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