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TOWN OF NEW SALEM
Franklin County, Massachusetts
The town of New Salem was established in 1753. Part of New Salem was given to Prescott in 1822 but in 1824, New Salem was given land from Shutesbury. New Salem gave land to Athol in 1830 and again in 1837. Orange also received land from New Salem in 1837. The first documented HOLBROOK that I have found so far is Aaron in 1818.

HOLBROOKS IN THE TOWN OF NEW SALEM

NEW SALEM MARRIAGES

HOLBROOK,
	Aaron, of Frankfort, and Susan Miles, May 7, 1818. C.R.
	Almira, of Petersham, and Alva Wilber, at Petersham, 
		Nov. 30, 1825. M.R.
	Phebe, of Bellingham, and Calvin Thayer, at Bellingham, 
		Aug. 22, 1814.  M.R.

NEW SALEM COUNTY RECORDS

HOLBROOK, Asa, grantee, 1819-1840. F.D. Asa, grantor, 1837. F.D. Asa, est., grantor, 1848. F.D. Horatio, grantee, 1837-1847. F.D. Horatio, grantor, 1840-1849. F.D. Mahitable, grantor, 1848 F.D. Samuel, grantor, 1832-1833. F.D.

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