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"History of The Early Settlement of Bridgewater, In Plymouth County,
Massachusetts, Including An Extensive Family Register," by Nahum Mitchell,
1840. 402 pages. The family register has the following names:
Alden, Aldrich/Aldridge, Alger, Allen, Ames, Angier, Bacon, Bailey, Barber, Barrell, Barrett, Bartlett, Bass, Bassett, Bates, Battles, Beal,Bearce, Belcher, Benson, Bessee, Bicknell, Bisbee, Blanchard, Blossom, Bolton, Bonney, Bowditch, Bozworth, Bradley, Brett, Brown, Bryant, Buck, Buker, Burr, Butterfield, Byram, Carr, Carver, Cary, Caswell, Chamberlin, Chandler, Cheesman, Chipman, Churchill, Cleaveland, Clift, Cobb, Cole, Colwell, Conant, Cook, Copeland, Corthrell, Cowing, Crafts, Crane, Crocker, Crooker, Cross, Curtis, Daniels, Davenport, Dawes, Dickerman, Dike, Downie, Drake, Dumphey, Dunbar, Dyer, Eaton, Eddy, Edson, Egerton, Erskin, Faxon, Fearing, Field, Fillebrown, Fitzgerald, Flinn,Fobes, Ford, Freelove, French, Fuller, Fullerton, Gage, Gannett, Gay, Gilbert, Gilmore, Godfrey, Gould, Groves, Gurney, Hains, Hale, Hall, Hanks, Hamlin, Hammer, Harden, Harlow, Harris, Hartwell, Harvey, Hatch, Hathaway, Hayden, Hayward, Hearsey, Heiford, Hegene, Henry, Hewett, Hill, Hobart, Holden, Holloway, Holman, Holmes, Hooper, Horton, How, Howard, Hudson, Hyde, Inglee, Jackson, Jacob, Jameson, Jenkins, Jennings, Johnson, Jones, Joslyn, Keen, Keith, Keyser, Kiff, King, Kingman, Kingsley, Knapp, Knowlton, Landers, Latham, Lathrop, Lawrence, Lawson, Lazell, Leach, Lendall, Leonard, Lincoln, Lindsay, Littlefield, Loring, Lovell, Loveridge, Lowden, Manly, May, McBride, Mehurin, Mitchell, Monro, Moore, Morse, Morton, Muxam, Muxim or Maxam, Nash, Newbury, Newell, Newhall, Niles, Norton, Noyes, Orcutt, Orr, Osborne, Otis, Packard, Parris, Perkins, Perry, Pettingill, Phillips, Phinney, Pierce, Pinson, Pool, Pope, Porter, Powers, Pratt, Price, Pryor, Ramsdell, Ratchford, Rathburn, Reed/Read, Rea, Reynolds, Richards, Richardson, Rickard, Rider, Ripley, Robbins, Robinson, Rogers, Russell, Ryon, Sanger, Sawin, Seabury, Sealy, Sears, Sever, Shaw, Shelly, Sherman, Shepard, Shurtliff, Silvester, Skinner, Smith, Snell, Snow, Soper, Sorein, Soule, Southworth, Sprague, Standish, Staples, Starr, Stetson, Storrs, Sturtevant, Swift, Taylor, Thaxter, Thayer, Thomas, Thompson, Tilden, Tilson, Tirrell, Tolman, Tompkins, Torrey, Trask, Tribou, Trow, Turner, Vails, Vaughn, Vickery, Vinton, Wade, Waldo, Wales, Ward, Warren, Washburn, Waterman, Wentworth, Wesley, West, Weston, Wharton, White, Whiting, Whitman, Whitmarsh, Wilbor, Williams, Willis, Wilmarth, Winslow, Wood, Woodward, Woodwiss, Wormal, and Young.
The following were not residents in Bridgewater, but most of them were
original proprietors, and others of them connected with the early settlers
of the town.
Allerton, Barnes, Bartlett, Bonney, Bradford, Brewster, Brown, Carver, Chandler, Church, Clark, Collier, Cushing, Cushman, Delano, Eaton, Faunce, Ford, Hall, Hobart, Howland, Hunt, Irish, Loring, Merrick, Morton, Nash, Partridge, Paybody, Pierce, Prince, Sampson, Simmons, Soule, Tubbs, Wadsworth, West, Weston, and Winslow.