Archive:Littleton, Massachusetts, Vital Records

From WRG
Jump to: navigation, search

Archives > Archive:Vital Records > Archive:Massachusetts, Vital Records > Littleton, Massachusetts, Vital Records

Records of Littleton, Massachusetts, Printed by Order of the Town. First Installment: Births and Deaths from the Earliest Records in the Town Books, Begun in 1715 (Littleton, MA: Town of Littleton, 1900).

Pages as indicated.



G.R. - Gravestone Records, Old Burying Ground at Littleton Common, Section West of the Path.



Lidia [Lydia dup.], d. Moses and Lydia, Apr. 26, 1719. [p. 7]


Arron [Aaron dup.], s. Moses and Lydia, Mar. 14, 1714. [p. 5]
Barnabas, s. Moses and Lydia, Jan. 22, 1721. [p. 8]
Sarah, d. Moses and Lydia, Sept. 29, 1716. [p. 5]
Solomon [Salmon dup.], s. Moses and Lydia, Jan. 8, 1711/2. [p. 5]


Aaron, s. Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Allice, Sept. 5, 1746. [p. 48]
Abel, s. Rev. Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Allice, July 7, 1740, at Littleton. [p.47]
Allice, d. Rev. Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Allice, Sept. 23, 1748. [p. 48]
Bezaleel, s. Moses and Lydia, Nov. 29, 1726. [p. 12]
Charles, s. Rev. Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Allice, May 14, 1742. [p. 48]
Ephraim [Ephram dup.], s. Moses and Lydia, Mar. 1, 1723/4. [p. 14]
Lucey, d. Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Alice, Apr. 9, 1751. [p. 48]
Mary, d. Moses and Lydia, July 30, 1729. [p. 29]
Paul, s. Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Alice, Mar. 23, 1753. [p. 48]
Peter, s. Rev. Mr. Aaron and Mrs. Allice, Sept. 6, 1744. [p. 48]
Simon, s. Salmon and Sarah, Sept. 5, 1746. [p. 61]
Susannah, d. Salmon and Sarah, Dec. 20, 1748. [p. 61]



Anna of Stow and Thomas Whitcomb of Littleton, Nov. 29, 1759, by Nathaniel Russell, J.P. [p. 84]
Sarah of Harvard and Levi Worster, June 4, 1785. Int. not recorded. [p. 275]


Aaron of Harvard and Mrs. Susannah Fletcher of Littleton, June 3, 1816, by Rev. E. Foster [p. 249]
Abigail and Josiah Reed, both of Littleton, Dec. 21, 1788. Int. not recorded. [p. 275]
Abigail and Benj[amin] Hoar, both of Littleton, Oct. 25, 1789. Int. not recorded. [p. 275]
Eliphalet of Stow and Sarah Tenney of Littleton, Mar. 20, 1783, by Edmund Foster. [p. 231]
Elisa, Miss, and Eri Parker, both of Littleton, June 3, 1824, by Rev. A. Sanderson. [p. 257]
Isaac of Harvard and Miss Dorcas W. Hoar of Littleton, May 21 1846. Int. not recorded. [p. 288]
Jacob of Harvard and Miss Mary Patch of Littleton, Jan. 29, 1794, by Rev. Edmund Foster. [p. 237]
Joshua of Quebec and Miss Harriet Tuttle of Littleton, Sept. 27, 1810, by Rev. E. Foster. [p. 247]
Lois and Eliphalet Mace, both of Boxborough, Mar. 16, 1785, by Jonathan Reed, J.P. Int. not recorded. [p. 230]
Lydia and Samuel Taylor, Apr. 8, 1741, by Rev. D. Rogers. Int. not recorded. [p. 92]
Meriah [Maria], Mrs., of Littleton, and Ebenezer Davis [s. Simon of Littleton] of Ringe [N.H.], June 6, 1777. Int. not recorded. [p. 272]
Moses of Littleton and Mrs. Sarah Huchens of Lunenburg, Apr. 13, 1773, by Rev. D. Rogers. [p. 227]
Moses of Harvard and Miss Polley Baker [int. Patty Baker of Littleton], Apr. 18, 1797, by Rev. E. Foster. [p. 240]
Sarah, Mrs., of Littleton, and Deacon Benj[amin] Foster of Lunenburg, Dec. 3, 1761, by Rev. Daniel Rogers. [p. 84]
[C.R, int.][WHITCOMB], Sarah, Miss, and Mr. Moses Nichols of Royalston, Jan. 17, 1796.
Zimri of Harvard and Mrs. Adeline Conant of Littleton, May 14, 1840, by Rev. W. H. White. [p. 265]



Bezaleel, s. Moses and Lydia, May 6, 1730. [p. 94]
Elizab[eth], Mrs., w. of Lieut[enant] Moses, July 17, 1772, a. 73y. 11m. 15d. G.R. [p. 370]
Lydia, Mrs., w. of Lieut[enant] Moses, Sept. 7, 1744 in 59th y. G.R. [p. 370]
Moses, Lt., May 7, 1778. [p. 120]
Salmon, Capt., Mar. 16, 1759, a. 47y. 2m. 8d. G.R. [p. 370]


From "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004.


Whitney, Elsie Amy, birth, 1898, vol. 476, p. 217:

[number] 13; [birthdate] July 6; [date of record] Mar. 1899; [name] Elsie Amy Whitney; [sex] Female; [birthplace] Littleton; [parents] Herbert E. & Gertrude M. (Newell); [residence of father] Littleton; [occupation of father] Shop hand; [birthplace of father] Westford; [birthplace of mother] Littleton.

Whitney, Lester Augustus, birth, 1901, vol. 509, p. 429:

[number] 14; [birthdate] June 25; [date of record] Feb. 1902; [name] Lester Augustus Whitney; [sex] Male; [birthplace] Littleton; [parents] Herbert E. Whitney, Gertrude M. Newell; [residence of father] Littleton; [occupation of father] Weaver; [birthplace of father] Westford; [birthplace of mother] Littleton.

Whitney, Mary Josephine, birth, 1865, vol. 178, p. 153:

[number] 1; [birthdate] July 14th; [date of record] --; [name] Mary Josephine Whitney; [sex] Female; [birthplace] Littleton; [parents] Joseph & Mary Whitney; [residence of father] Littleton; [occupation of father] Laborer; [birthplace of father] Westford; [birthplace of mother] Acton.


Whitney, Carrie, marriage, 1891, vol. 416, p. 183:

[number] 8; [marriage date and place] Dec. 31; [date of record] Feb. /92; [groom] Henry D. Woodward; [residence] Marlborough; [age] 34; [occupation] Shoe-maker; [birthplace] Marlborough; [parents] Moses W. & Kate (Wetherbee); [number of marriage] 1st; [bride] Carrie Whitney; [residence] Westford; [age] 19; [occupation] --; [birthplace] Westford; [parents] Joseph & Mary (Reed); [number of marriage] 1st; [officiant] Wm. J. Clones, Pastor, Baptist Church, Littleton.

Whitney, Emma Gertrude, marriage, 1906, vol. 563, p. 479:

[number] 11; [marriage date and place] Aug. 22d, at Littleton; [date of record] Jan. 1907; [groom] Royal Aston Atkins; [residence] Littleton; [age] 22; [occupation] Weaver; [birthplace] Yonkers, N.Y.; [parents] Charles Atkins, Martha Field; [number of marriage] First; [bride] Emma Gertrude Whitney; [residence] Boston, Mass.; [age] 21; [occupation] --; [birthplace] Roxbury, Mass.; [parents] Alonzo L. Whitney, Sarah J. McDonald; [number of marriage] First; [officiant] Thomas L. Fisher, Clergyman, Ayer, Mass.

Whitney, Harriot E., marriage, 1859, vol. 127, p. 85:

[number] 13; [marriage date and place] November 6th, 1859; [date of record] --; [groom] Ephraim Cobleigh; [residence] Littleton; [age] 28; [occupation] Farmer; [birthplace] Boxborough; [parents] John & Caroline Cobleigh; [number of marriage] 1st; [bride] Harriot E. Whitney; [residence] Littleton; [age] 22; [occupation] --; [birthplace] Pepperell; [parents] Jerome B. & Elvira Whitney; [number of marriage] 1st; [officiant] E. Loomis, Clergyman of Littleton.

Whitney, Herbert Ellsworth, marriage, 1897, vol. 470, p. 197:

[number] 6; [marriage date and place] Sept. 22, Nashua, N.H.; [date of record] --; [groom] Herbert Ellsworth Whitney; [residence] Westford; [age] 19; [occupation] Laborer; [birthplace] Westford; [parents] Joseph & Mary H. (Reed); [number of marriage] 1st; [bride] Gertrude May Newell; [residence] Littleton; [age] 18; [occupation] House work; [birthplace] Littleton; [parents] William A. & Mary A. (Frost); [number of marriage] 1st; [officiant] Geo. F. Smith, Nashua, N.H., Justice of the Peace.

Whitney, Jerome, marriage, 1892, vol. 425, p. 185:

[number] 4; [marriage date and place] June 5, Littleton; [date of record] --; [groom] Jerome Whitney; [residence] Harvard; [age] 36; [occupation] Farmer; [birthplace] Harvard; [parents] Samuel F. & Sarah (Gardner); [number of marriage] 1st; [bride] Susie E. Moore; [residence] Littleton; [age] 35; [occupation] Dressmaker; [birthplace] Oldtown, Me.; [parents] Lorenzo & Harried W. (Pettingill); [number of marriage] 1st; [officiant] E. J. Prescott, Littleton, Pastor Unitarian Church.

Whitney, Jonathan, marriage, 1859, vol. 127, p. 85:

[number] 1; [marriage date and place] January 10th, 1859; [date of record] --; [groom] Jonathan Whitney; [residence] Acton; [age] 26; [occupation] Farmer; [birthplace] Westford; [parents] John D. & Ellizabeth Whitney; [number of marriage] 2nd; [bride] Mrs. Mary H. Piper; [residence] Littleton; [age] 26; [occupation] --; [birthplace] Acton; [parents] Jacob & Rachel Reed; [number of marriage] 2nd; [officiant] D. F. Lamson, Baptist Clergyman of Littleton.



Copyright © 1999, 2006, 2008, 2015, Robert L. Ward and the Whitney Research Group.

Personal tools