By Michael J. Brown
Some Early Marriages in Worcester County, Mass. Extracted from The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, Volume XIV, 1915. Original source was the "official records of Worcester County," published by the Bureau of American Ancestry at New Haven, Conn., in 1897.
Names in this online transcription include Albee, Albert, Anderson, Bacon, Ballaney, Barrett, Benjamin, Benson, Blair, Boyle, Boyn, Brooks, Brophey, Bunker, Burnham, Caldwell, Carlyle, Carrel, Caruth, Caton, Chamberlain, Chapin, Chubb, Clansey, Clark, Colburn, Conner, Corbett, Cronnan, Cummins, Dailey, Dalrymple, Dodge, Donham, Donnahue, Dorrittrey, Drury, Dugan, Duggan, Eames, Farley, Finn, Fisk, Fitchgerald, Fits Patrick, Fitz Gerald, French, Gates, Geary, Gibbs, Gill, Gilmore, Gleason, Green, Griffen, Hamilton, Harris, Harwood, Healey, Healy, Heffron, Hemingway, Higgins, Hinkins, Holl, Holland, Howe, Hull, Hyland, Jackson, Joyce, Keen, Keho, Kelcey, Keley, Kelley, Kelly, Kennedy, Kenney, Kenny, Kidder, Lafflin, Lapham, Larkin, Leath, Lovis, MacCarty, Macghlan, Magown, Mahan, Mahanay, Mahon, Mahoney, Mattison, McBride, McCallen, McCarthen, McCarty, McClanahan, McClanathan, McClewain, McCracken, McDoneil, McFadden, McFarling, McLaughlen, McLaughlin, McMullen, McNammara, Melandy, Moore, Mullens, Murphrey, Nash, O'Brian, O'brine, Park, Powers, Prime, Quigley, Record, Rice, Rickey, Rion, Rogers, Ryan, Samson, Shay, Sherman, Smith, Snow, Stevens, Stevenson, Stewart, Stoddard, Stow, Sullivan, Swan, Sweeney, Temple, Thompson, Tracy, Trowbridge, Wales, Walker, West, Wetherbee, Wheeler, White, Whitney, Willard, Willis, Wilson.
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