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The votes of the individual members of the Advisory Board were weighted based on the overall valuation of property in their respective communities.The county derived its revenue primarily from document filing fees at the Registries of Deeds and from a Deeds Excise Tax, a transfer tax assessed on the sales price of real estate that was also collected by the Registries of Deeds.Statewide collections are found on the Massachusetts Land Records page.County atlas of Middlesex, Massachusetts : from actual surveys by and under the direction of F. Beers Family History Library Federal Land Patents Bureau of Land Management History of Middlesex County, Massachusetts with biographical sketches of many of the prominent men, Vol 2 Genealogy Gophers History of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, with biographical sketches of many of pioneers and prominent men, Vol 1 Genealogy Gophers Middlesex County, Massachusetts church records, 1699-1765 Miami Dade Public Library System Middlesex County, Massachusetts land ownership map, 1856 Family History Library Proprietors' records of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1635-1829 Family History Library Record books of the registry of deeds, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, 1649-1900; indexes: grantee (1639-1905) and grantor (1639-1950) Family History Library Property valuation and taxes, 1777-1821 Family History Library Mortgages, 1809-1859 Family History Library The Proprietors' records of the town of Lunenburg, Massachusetts, including Fitchburg and a portion of Ashby, 1729-1833(land records) Ancestry The proprietors' records of the town of Lunenburg, Massachusetts : including Fitchburg and portions of Ashby Family History Library Town records, 1729-1897 Family History Library Book of grants, 1678-1786 Family History Library Town records, 1653-1848 Family History Library Property valuations and taxes, 1822-1850 Family History Library A history of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1913 Genealogy Gophers Cambridge, Massachusetts Town Records, 1630-1703(historical and land records) Ancestry Proprietor's records, 1635-1841 Family History Library Proprietors' records of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1635-1829 Family History Library The Register book of the lands and houses in the New Towne and the town of Cambridge : with the records of the proprietors of the common lands being the records generally called The Proprietors' Records Family History Library Town records, 1754-1861 Family History Library History of Chelmsford, Massachusetts Genealogy Gophers Proprietor records, proceedings, misc.: including the present towns of Wakefield, Reading, and North Reading, with chronological and historical sketches, from 1639 to 1874 Genealogy Gophers Record of deeds to pews, 1818-1849 Family History Library Street list of persons assessed for poll taxes, Reading, Massachusetts Genealogy Gophers Town records, 1638-1847 Family History Library History of Sherburne, Mass.

Additionally, all county maintenance and security employees were absorbed into the corresponding staffs of the Massachusetts Trial Court.Immediately prior to its abolition, the government of Middlesex County consisted of three County Commissioners elected at-large to staggered four-year terms, a County Treasurer elected to a six-year term, a County Sheriff elected to a six-year term and two Registers of Deeds, one for the Northern District at Lowell and the other for the Southern District at Cambridge, both elected to six-year terms.Middlesex County owned and operated the Superior Courthouses in Cambridge and Lowell and the Middlesex County Hospital in Waltham. Clerk's Office Genealogical Research Policies Before 1841 Medford City Clerk's Office85 George P.E-Podunk Medford Ancestry and Family History Links for Medford and Middlesex County Middlesex County, Massachusetts Genealogy Links to county sites Family Search Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints genealogy site.

Additionally, all county maintenance and security employees were absorbed into the corresponding staffs of the Massachusetts Trial Court.

Immediately prior to its abolition, the government of Middlesex County consisted of three County Commissioners elected at-large to staggered four-year terms, a County Treasurer elected to a six-year term, a County Sheriff elected to a six-year term and two Registers of Deeds, one for the Northern District at Lowell and the other for the Southern District at Cambridge, both elected to six-year terms.

Middlesex County owned and operated the Superior Courthouses in Cambridge and Lowell and the Middlesex County Hospital in Waltham.

Clerk's Office Genealogical Research Policies Before 1841 Medford City Clerk's Office85 George P.

E-Podunk Medford Ancestry and Family History Links for Medford and Middlesex County Middlesex County, Massachusetts Genealogy Links to county sites Family Search Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints genealogy site.

1700-1850, Sudbury, Massachusetts Family History Library Land grants and proprietors' records 1705-1805, Sudbury, Massachusetts Family History Library Sudbury Archives (includes town, vital, land, church, military, historical, and misc.