Community Information and Guide
Haverhill, Massachusetts Genealogy
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- Special Collections Department of the Haverhill
Public Library - The Special
Collections Department of the Haverhill Public Library, which
was founded in 1875, has the following collections:
- The Pecker Genealogical and Local History
Collection Here are some of the
names that the collection includes: names of Alden, Allen, Ayer,
Bailey, Barnes, Bartlett, Carleton, Chase, Clarke, Clement, Clough,
Coffin, Cogswell, Currier, Dustin, Eaton, Emerson, Emery, Foster,
Hale, Hardy, Hutchins, Kimball, Lane, Luce, Lunt, Moody, Morrill,
Noyes, Pillsbury, Poore, Sargent, Sawyer, Shapley, Small, Sterling,
Threlfall, Whittier and Woodbury.
- General Genealogy Reference Books
- John Greenleaf Whittier Collection
- The Gale Art Collection
- Vital records
- Haverhill History Collection
- Bound Periodicals
Genealogy - This site is for
Haverhill genealogy. Modern Haverhill includes what was once
the separate town of Bradford, so this site encompasses both
- Davis Family History
- Narrative history of some of the descendants of Thomas Davis,
one of the founders of Haverhill. Site includes a user-searchable
genealogical database with over 20,000 names. Family history
including some of the descendants of Thomas Davis of Acton-Turville.
Includes family immigrants and colonists between 1500-1847.
- Guile-Gile-Guiles Genealogy - This site contains the records of descendants
of Samuel Guile of Haverhill, who came from England in 1636.
It shows births from 1600 through 1920.
Society of Genealogists - Collection
includes approximately 3000 volumes of genealogies and town histories.
The collection also includes a complete run of the Massachusetts
vital records in printed form and on microfiche, microfilm of
Essex county census, early probate, and deed records, and many
journals and genealogical periodicals. They also house some sources
for other areas outside of Essex county, such as greater New
England, New York, and Atlantic Canada.
- New England
Historic Genealogical Society
- The NEHGS can speed you on your family search with its extensive
genealogical collections and outstanding member services, NEHGS
is an unparalleled resource for genealogists, historians, and
students of family history.
Historical Society - Provides
information about the Buttonwoods Museum. Includes tours, programs,
volunteer opportunities, calendar and contact information.