Ye Olde Woburn
Located in the rolling hills of the Northeast, about 12 miles from Boston, lies Woburn, Massachusetts. The town is surrounded by Wilmington, Reading, Stoneham, Lexington, Winchester and Burlington.
Legends abound from Woburn - from stories of the first meeting with the Indians to haunted
inns, to tales about the people who once lived, worked, and died
there. Many of them are my ancestors and some may be yours as well.
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Woburn Community Information
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Come here to find information on the families of Woburn.
I have many New England and Royalty connections, stop by and look them up!
Modern Obituaries of Woburn
Keep an eye on the future with weekly obituaries.
Chronicles of Woburn
Come and read about today and yesteryear in Woburn, courtesy of Marie Coady, freelance writer for the Woburn Daily Times.
Old Maps of Woburn
Maps of Woburn from 1638 to present day. Some even have your ancestors names upon them...
My Direct line families that I am searching for are Remington and Menchin. Both families are from the Woburn area but did do a small amount of migrating. If you have any info on these two families, please email me!
I am only back to 1800 with this family originally from Yorkshire, England and then find them in Pennsylvania. Wm. Remington then migrated to Massachusetts and the rest of the family ends up in Woburn - from then on - to all points.
Beginning with Robert William Menchin born abt. 1770 (possibly Lunenburg), and then of Leominster, and his family that migrates through Townsend, Pepperell and then onto Woburn, Massachusetts.
This an old family of Azorean descent that eventually settled into the Gloucester, MA area and were fishing schooner owners and fisherman alike. Read about John Coney (My 2nd Great Grandfather) who shipwrecked the Leader.
I have not yet found the origin of this family, but not for lack of trying! Ancestors I have so far are from the great state of Arkansas, but where did they migrate from?
Originally O'Brien (or a variation of), this family hails from the Emerald Isle and found their way to New England in about 1806; to settle around the Milton, Massachusetts area.
Robert Quimby, who came from Farnum, Surry, England and my line of descent.
Help me find the Father I never knew - Charles Stafford Withers. I am currently looking for his extended family. Can you help?
My line of the Moody family, starting with Horace Moody. Need to find the rest of the earlier clan...
My line of the Warren family, starting with George W. Warren. Can you help me find the rest of the family..
Hailing from North Carolina and migrated to Cape Girardeau, Missouri, this line connects directly into the Kirtley family.
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This site created and maintained by: Toni Lasseter (5 November 1998)
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|| Woburn Marriages to 1699 || Woburn Marriages to 1800 || Freemen of Woburn || Woburn Men In The Indian Wars ||
|| Woburn Men In The Revolutionary War || Brother vs. Brother || If It Be My Fate To Fall ||
|| Woburn Men In The Civil War - 22nd and 39th || Name Changes In Woburn || Postcards of Woburn ||
Federal Census's of Woburn, Massachusetts
|| 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830 1840A 1840B ||
|| 1850A || 1850B || 1850C || 1850D || 1850E || 1850F || 1850G || 1850H ||
|| 1790 Federal Census of Wilmington || Mass. State Census - 1855, 1865 ||
|| Menchin || Remington || Coney/Cooney || Kirtley || Withers ||
|| Bryant || Quimby || Warren || Moody || Putney || Wilkinson || Dancer ||
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|| Settler's Families A-L & M-W || Federal Census's of New Salem - 1790 ||
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