top of page

Resources for tracing your Family Tree and Ancestry

Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts to 1849 (Vol 1)

The locality of Salem was originally called Naumkeag by the Indians, and was settled by colonists in 1628. In 1643, Enon was formed from a part of Salem called Enon. The town of Manchester was formed from a part of Salem called Jeffryes Creeke in 1645. Part of Salem was set off to Marblehead in 1649. In 1668, Beverly was formed from a part of Salem called Bass River. In 1728, part of Salem was used to form Middleton. In 1752, the part of Salem called Salem Village, was set apart as Danvers. In 1753, part of Salem was annexed to Beverly. In 1836, Salem was incorporated as a city. (Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts to 1849 (Vol. 1))

Category:

Places:

Cost:

FREE

Pin it 3.jpg
Pin it 3.jpg
Find it on Archive.org
Find it on OpenLibrary.org
Find it on FamilySearch.org
Find it on GoogleBooks
Find it on HeritageQuest*

*HeritageQuest is free but you must be logged in to access the material. Click here for more information.

Sign up or log in to save this page to your Site Favorites.

bottom of page