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South Hadley
South Hadley, Massachusetts
Year Incorporated

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Town Clerk
Town Hall, 116 Main Street
South Hadley, MA 01075
Town Hall: 413-538-5017
Fax: 413-538-7565

On-Site Resources

Tombstone Inventory, Precious Blood Cemetery, South Hadley, MA.
A complete index to tombstones (including photographs) located in Precious Blood Cemetery, founded in 1873. This cemetery was under the auspices of the former Precious Blood Church of Holyoke, MA and has close connections to that city (located in nearby Hampden County). No longer in existence today, Precious Blood was a Roman Catholic French church and served an early congregration that was comprised mostly of Canadian immigrants. Over 2000 burials recorded from existing tombstones.

Profile of the Town of South Hadley
A brief introduction to early South Hadley, extracted and edited from “History And Antiquities of Every Town In Massachusetts” by John Warner Barber, 1848. Includes some early town history and names of many early settlers.

Coming soon! —
A brief historic profile of South Hadley, extracted from Volume II of History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts, by Louis H. Everts, 1879. Topics include geographical, natural features, early settlement, military, list of selectmen and town clerks, churches, schools, burial-places, industries, South Hadley's military record in the Rebellion.

Off-Site Links

Official South Hadley home page

South Hadley Public Library

South Hadley Census, 1790

South Hadley Profile (PDF Format). Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development.

Commonwealth Community Profile & Links related to the town including addresses of libraries.

Mount Holyoke College

Hampshire County
Western Mass History & Genealogy

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Last Update 29 Apr 2006