Norfolk County, Massachusetts
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Fire at West Randolph
U. S. Military Fatal Casualties of the Korean War
U. S. Military Fatal Casualties of the Vietnam War
1790 Census, Dedham, formerly of Suffolk County
1790 UNITED STATES FEDERAL CENSUS - COHASSET, SUFFOLK COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS - NOW PART OF NORFOLK COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS
- Contributed by Janis Swanson
1790 UNITED STATES FEDERAL CENSUS - BRAINTREE, NORFOLK COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS - Contributed by Janis Swanson
1790 U.S. FEDERAL CENSUS BELLINGHAM, SUFFOLK COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS - NOW PART OF NORFOLK COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS
- Contributed by Janis Swanson
Obits: Alphens Bates, Amos Tirrel - Contributed by Janis Swanson
Misc News: Will of Charles T. Wilder, Everett House for Auction - Contributed by Robin Line
Death Notice: James Monroe Adams, Samuel Blackburn, Mrs. Hannah Sumner, Mary Warren
Created on March 26, 1793.
Most of the towns were originally part of Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
The county is the birthplace of four Presidents of the United States (John Adams, John Quincy Adams, John F. Kennedy,
and George H.W. Bush), resulting in the nickname "County of Presidents."
The county was named after the English county of the same name with the meaning "northern folk".
Its county seat is Dedham.
Wellesley Town Hall
525 Washington Street, Wellesley, Norfolk County, MA
Cities, Towns and Villages
Avon * Bellingham * Braintree * Brookline
* Canton * Cohasset * Dedham * Dover * Foxborough * Franklin * Holbrook * Medfield * Medway * Millis * Clicquot
* Milton * Needham * Norfolk * Norwood * Plainville * Quincy * Randolph * Sharon * Stoughton * Walpole * Wellesley
* Westwood * Weymouth * Wrentham
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