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PUBLISHED BY THE SYSTEMATIC HISTORY FUND, FRANKLIN P. RICE, WORCESTER, MASS., 1910.
1. When places other than Warren or Massachusetts are named in the original records they are given in the printed copy.
2. In all items from the records the original spelling of the names is given and any additions made to the spelling of the record are enclosed in brackets.
3. The various spellings of a name should be examined as items about the same family or individual may be found under different spellings.
4. The birth of a married woman is recorded under her maiden name when it is known, but if the maiden name is unknown the entry appears under the husband's name with a dash enclosed in brackets, i.e., [---], to signify that the maiden name is not known.
5. In taking records from gravestones it is often the case that the family name of a woman as given on the stone is not that under which she was born, so, therefore, many births may appear under a married name instead of the original, which is not shown on the stone. In many cases names are evidently those of wives thoughˇ not so specified.
6. Marriages and intentions are printed under the name of both parties. When both the marriage and intention are recorded, only the marriage record is printed and the date of the intention is not given, except when needed to make more clear the date of the marriage. When the marriage appears without the intention recorded it is designated with an asterisk.
7. Additional information, which does not appear in the original town record, i.e., any difference shown in other records of the same person, is enclosed in parentheses with the source of the information indicated.
Warren, Worcester County.
ORIGINALLY established as "Western," January 16, 1742, from parts of Brimfield, Hampden County, Brookfield, Worcester County, and Kingsfield, or New Marlborough. A part was annexed to Ware, February 8, 1822, and another part to Palmer, February 7, 1831. The name of the town was changed to Warren March 13, 1834. Population at different periods: 1765, 583; 1776, 827; 1790, 899; 1800, 979; 1810, 1,014; 1820, 1,112; 1830,1,189; 1840,1,290; 1850,1,777. Population in 1905, 4,300.
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