Place:Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States

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NamePlymouth
Alt namesPlymouthsource: Getty Vocabulary Program
TypeCounty
Coordinates41.833°N 70.833°W
Located inMassachusetts, United States     (1685 - )
Also located inPlymouth Colony, Kingdom of England     (1620 - 1685)
Contained Places
Cemetery
Burial Hill
Cemetery at The Green
Church Hill Cemetery
Fern Hill Cemetery
First Parish Cemetery
Fort Hill Cemetery
Hingham Cemetery
Nemasket Hill Cemetery
Norwell Center Cemetery
Census-designated place
Ocean Bluff-Brant Rock
Inhabited place
Abington
Alms House
Antassawamock
Ashdod
Assinippi
Atlantic
Auburnville
Baileys Corner
Bayside Beach
Bayside
Beach Park
Beaver
Bisbee Corner
Breezy Hill
Briarwood Beach
Bridgewater
Brimstone Corner
Brockton Heights
Brockton ( 1640 - )
Brooks Place
Bryantville
Buena Vista Shores
Burrage
Camp Avoda
Camp Chacalot
Camp Chappa Challa
Camp Kiwanis
Camp Mishannock
Camp Norse
Camp Ousamequin
Camp Rockne
Camp Snipatuit
Camp Squanto
Camp Titicut
Camp Wampatuck
Camp Yomechas
Canedys Corner
Cannonville
Carver
Cedarville Landing
Cedarville
Chiltonville
Churchill Landing
Churchill Shores
Clapps Corner
Clifton Heights
Cochesett
Cole Mill
Cordage
Cowen Corner
Cox Corner
Coxs Corner
Crow Point
Curtis Crossing
Curtisville
Douglas Corner
Duxbury ( 1788 - )
East Bridgewater
East Carver
East Marion
East Pembroke
East Wareham
Eastland Heights
Eastville
Eddyville
Egypt
Ellisville
Elmwood Station
Elmwood
Ferry Hill
Finnville
Fireworks
Fishermans Landing
Five Corners
Fort Andrews
Fort Duvall
Fort Hill
Fort Revere
Fort Standish
Fourth Cliff
Fuller Shores
Gibbs Grove
Golden Ring Camp
Green Harbor-Cedar Crest
Green
Gurneys Corner
Halfway Pond
Halifax
Hanleys Corner
Hanover Center
Hanover
Hanson
Harbor Beach
Harlows Landing
Harrubs Corner
Hatherly Beach
Hatherly
Hemlocks
Hilltop Acres
Hingham
Holly Woods
Howlands
Huckleberry Corner
Huckleberry Shores
Hull
Humarock
Indian Shore
Island Creek
Jabez Corner
Kenberma
Kent Park
Kings Landing
Kingston Shores
Kingston
Lakeside
Lakeview Heights
Lakeville ( 1853 - )
Liberty Plain
Little Bridge
Manleys Corner
Mann Hill Beach
Manomet Heights
Manomet
Manson Corner
Marion Center
Marion
Marshall Corner
Marshfield Center
Marshfield Hills
Marshfield
Matfield Corner
Matfield Junction
Matfield
Mattapoisett Center
Mattapoisett
Maxim Corner
Mayflower Grove
Mercer Square
Middleborough Center
Middleborough
Millbrook
Minot
Miramar
Monponsett
Mungo Corner
Namasket Village
Nameloc Heights
Nantasket Beach
Nantasket Junction
Nelsons Shores
Nemasket
North Carver
North Duxbury
North Hanover
North Lakeville
North Marshfield
North Middleboro
North Pembroke
North Plymouth
North Plympton
North Rochester
North Scituate
Northville
Northwest Duxbury
Norwell
Oakdale
Oakland Square
Ocean Bluff
Old Mouth North River
Old Oaken Bucket Homestead
Oldham Pines
Oldham Village
Onset Station
Onset
Paper Mill Village
Parkwood Beach
Pemberton
Pembroke
Pine Bluffs
Piney Point Beach
Plymouth ( 1620 - )
Plympton
Point Independence
Pondville
Priscilla Beach
Prospect Hill
Rexhame
Riverside
Rochester
Rock
Rockland
Rocky Nook Park
Rocky Nook Point
Rocky Nook
Rye Hill
Sampsons Corner
Sand Hills
Satucket
Schoosett
Scituate Station
Scituate
Scotland
Sea View
Shell Beach
Sherman Corner
Shore Acres
Shutleff Corner
Silver Lake
South Carver
South Duxbury
South Halifax
South Hanover
South Hanson
South Hingham
South Middleboro
South Pond
South Scituate
South Wareham
Standish
Stanley
Staples Corner
Stony Beach
Straits Pond
Sturtevant Mill
Tarkiln
Third Cliff
Thomastown
Tihonet
Tinkertown
Tinkhamtown
Town Hall
Tree of Knowledge Corner
Tuttleville
Upper Four Corners
Vallersville
Wareham Center
Wareham
Warrentown
Waterville
Waveland
Wayside
West Bridgewater
West Duxbury
West Hanover
West Meadow
West Wareham
Westdale
Weweantic
White Horse Beach
White Island Shores
Whitman
Windemere
Winslows Crossing
Winters Corner
Wolf Lake
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia

Plymouth County is a county located in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. As of the 2010 census, the population was 494,919. Its county seats are Plymouth and Brockton. In 1685 the County was created by the Plymouth General Court, the legislature of Plymouth Colony, predating its annexation by the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

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Timeline

Date Event Source
1620 Land records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1630 Court records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1633 Probate records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1685 County formed Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1790 First census Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
1810 No significant boundary changes after this year Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990

Population History

source: Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
Census Year Population
1790 29,535
1800 30,073
1810 35,169
1820 38,136
1830 43,044
1840 47,373
1850 55,697
1860 64,768
1870 65,365
1880 74,018
1890 92,700
1900 113,985
1910 144,337
1920 156,968
1930 162,311
1940 168,824
1950 189,468
1960 248,449
1970 333,314
1980 405,437
1990 435,276

Research Tips

External links

  • Outstanding guide to Plymouth County, Massachusetts family history and genealogy (FamilySearch Research Wiki). History, towns and cities, county histories, birth, marriage, and death records, deeds, wills, court records, divorce records, naturalizations, tax records, warnings out, maps, and societies.
  • www.seeplymouth.com


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