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" ... that there be records kept of the days of every marriage, birth and death of every person within this jurisdiction;" and similar statutes have been ever since in force in Massachusetts. "
Public health reports (1881). v. 38 pt. 1 no. 1-26, 1923 - Side 734
1923
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Massachusetts Reports, Volum 127

Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1880
...Bailey, 13 Allen, 541, 545. As early as 1639, it was " ordered and declared " by the General Court, " that there be records kept of the days of every marriage, birth and death of every person within this jurisdiction." 1 Mass. Col. Rec. 276. Anc. Chart. 43. In 1642, it was enacted that "the...
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Publications of the American Statistical Association, Volum 7

American Statistical Association - 1901
...the general court, convened at Boston the 4th of September1, ordered and decreed, five days later,2 that " there be records kept of .... the days of every marriage, birth, and death of every person within this jurisdiction."3 The fees, which the parties bringing the certificates had to pay the recorder...
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Report on the Custody and Condition of the Public Records of Parishes, Towns ...

Massachusetts. Secretary of the Commonwealth. Division of Public Records - 1889
...BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. 1639. Sept. 9. Mass- Rec.t Vol. I., p. 276. It was ordered that records be kept of the days of every marriage, birth, and death of every person within this jurisdiction. (No provision is made for the keeping of these records, unless it be by the...
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Manual for the Use of Boards of Health of Massachusetts, Containing the ...

Massachusetts. State Board of Health - 1890 - 160 sider
...of vital statistics appears to have had its origin in the following act passed in 1639 : — " Item, that there be records kept ... of the days of every marriage, birth and death of every person within this jurisdiction." — Colony Laws, Chap. III., 1639. The next act having any direct sanitary...
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The American and English Encyclopedia of Law, Volum 20

John Houston Merrill, Thomas Johnson Michie, Charles Frederic Williams, David Shephard Garland - 1892
...Afassafkusetts, by an ordinance of 1638, it was enacted "that there be records kept, by the churches," "of the days of every marriage, birth and death of every person within this jurisdiction;" and similar statutes have been ever since in force in that State. Massachusetts...
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Annual Report of [city Registrar]

1894
...Bailey, 18 Allen, 541, 545. As early as 1639, it was " ordered and declared" by the General Court, " that there be records kept of the days of every marriage, birth and death of every person within this jurisdiction." 1 Mass. Col. Rec. 276. Anc. Chart. 43. In 1642, it was enacted that "the...
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Manual for the Use of Boards of Health of Massachusetts: Containing the ...

Massachusetts, Massachusetts. State Board of Health - 1897 - 237 sider
...vital statistics appears to have had its origin in the following act, passed in 1639 : — " Item, that there be records kept ... of the days of every marriage, birth and death of every person within this jurisdiction." — Colony Laws, Chap. 111., 1639. The next act having any direct sanitary...
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Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800 ..., Volum 1

Frederic William Bailey - 1897
...Records," by Carroll D. Wright), that as early as September 9, 1639, " It was ordered that records be kept of the days of every marriage, birth and death of every person within this jurisdiction." Mass. Rec., Vol. I, p. 276. June 14, 1642, another step was taken to secure...
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Monographs on American Social Economics, Volumer 16-20

United States. Commission to the Paris Exposition, 1900 - 1900
...arriving in America recognized the need of definite knowledge on this subject, and of preserving their records, which constitute the foundation stone of...birth, and death of every person in this jurisdiction". Progress in this direction during the first two centuries of the new nation's growth was slow and proportionate...
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A Selection of Cases on Evidence at the Common Law

James Bradley Thayer - 1900 - 1263 sider
...baptism of the living and the burial of the dead to the churches ; but by an ordinance of 1639 enacted "that there be records kept of the days of every marriage, birth, and death of every person within this jurisdiction ; " and similar statutes have been ever since in force in Massachusetts. 1...
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