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United States Gotoarrow.png Massachusetts Gotoarrow.png Suffolk County Gotoarrow.png Dorchester

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Dorchester was annexed by Boston in 1870. This shows Dorchester in Boston on a map of Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

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Brief History

Resources

Town Records

Dorchester was annexed to Boston in 1870.[1] Starting in 1870 look for information about residents of Dorchester in Boston town records. Before 1870 Dorchester town records are separate from Boston records.

References

  1. Mass. Acts 1869, ch. 349, sec. 1, p. 646.

Adjacent towns: Suffolk Co.: Boston | Hyde Park | Roxbury | West Roxbury | Norfolk Co.: Milton | Quincy | Plymouth Co.: Hull

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