The town of Orange came from Warwick, Athol and Royalston in 1783. Part of Orange was given to Athol in 1816 but in 1837, Orange was given land from New Salem. The first documented HOLBROOK that I have found so far is ______.
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HOLBROOKS IN THE TOWN OF ORANGE
ORANGE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, BIRTHSNo. Reg.Date Name Sex Date of Birth Place Parents Fathers Occ Residence of P 37 May 31, 1846 Ann Elizabeth Holbrook Fem Feb 19th 1846 Orange Helon & Harriet Holbrook Hastler Orange Holbrook Albee Ward son of Samuel Ward & Charlotte his wife born AUg 30th 1802
ORANGE MARRIAGESNo. When Registered Names Condition Age Occupation Date of Marriage Name, Official Station Place of Birth Residence Name and Surname of Parents 12 Jan 1851 Elisha A. Holbrook Bachelor 19 Boot Maker Dec 18th N.J. Kickinson Congr Braintree MS Randolph Abia & Mary Jane R. Gibbs Maid 18 Clergyman of Wendell Wendel MS Orange Wm L. & Eliza
Transcripton of Orange, Franklin County Volume 2To the town clerk of Orange In compliance with the provision of Chapter 84, Sec 4 of the Act 1857 I herewith transmit to you a certified copy of the records of the Marriages recorded in the books of this town were either or both of the parties married were residents of your town at the time of said Marriages to wit: Date of Marriage Name of Parties Residence By whom married Mr. Sherebiah Baker of Orange & Mifs Anna Holbrook of Medway were married Feb 10th 1799 by Rev. David Sanford
DEATHS IN ORANGENo. Reg.Date Name Sex Age Date of Death Place Parents #23 June 23 1844 Harriot Maria Holbrook Fem 3m 16d Sept 8th 1844 Orange par:Hlon & Harriet H.
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