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Modern town borders of Haverhill in Essex County, Massachusetts.


Early records. Information about early residents of Haverhill before 1680 may be found in Norfolk (old) County records. Norfolk (old) County was discontinued in 1680, but her records are still available.[1] For more details about these early records see Norfolk (old) County, Massachusetts.

Newspapers

  • 1805-1806 - Haverhill Museum (Haverhill, Mass.) at Google News - free.
  • 1812-1815, 1845 - Merrimack Intelligencer (Haverhill, Mass.) at Google News - free.

References

  1. "Old Norfolk County Records," Essex Antiquarian 1, no. 2 (February 1897), 19-20. Part of NEHGS American Ancestors Search. At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Film 599729 Item 2; Book 974.45 B2a.

Adjacent towns: Essex Co.: Boxford | Groveland | Merrimac | Methuen | North Andover | West Newbury | New Hampshire: Rockingham Co.: Atkinson | Plaistow | Salem



 

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