Billerica, Massachusetts

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The Town of Billerica is the only town in the United States to bear that name and the sister town to Billerica, Billericay, is located in Great Britain. The Town of Billerica, formerly a King's Grant tract from the colonial days, was incorporated as a town in 1655.

 

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The Billerica Public Library web page hosts a variety of online information which should prove to be helpful to genealogists. Its Local History section contains a variety of photos, cemetery indexes and genealogical data for you to view. 

 

The Billerica Historical Society web page also offers a variety of actual data online for viewers and researchers. Including photos, biographies and history of local interests, and family genealogy of some early residents. You may also view archived newsletters published by the Historical Society.

Focus on Billerica - on the Merrimack Valley Economic Development Council web site, you will find more history of the town, information about its local government, recreation and schooling in Billerica.

Billerica's Official Town Web site offers information on the Town Clerks office, where you can obtain copies of birth, marriage and death certificates.

Billerica's 350th Anniversary - In 2005, Billerica celebrated its 350th anniversary. This web site takes a peek into its history and celebration.

Billerica's 1790 Federal Census

 

MORE ONLINE RESOURCES FOR MIDDLESEX COUNTY RESEARCHERS

Middlesex County Mailing list : Subscribe to the mailing list to submit email requests to fellow researches of Middlesex County, connect with cousins and get answers to questions ranging from "newbie how-to" to specific questions about genealogical brick walls. Lots of people on this mailing list have access to a multitude of records. Subscribed by emailing to : and enter SUBSCRIBE in the subject heading and body of email ONLY.

Middlesex County Message Board at Rootsweb : Post a one time message which will be gatewayed to the mailing list - and check back for any replies to your query.

Middlesex County USGenWeb Page

Massachusetts USGenWeb Page

Massachusetts Archives Research Room

New England Historic Genealogical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society

Middlesex County Cemetery Guide

 

 

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