Look-up Volunteers

If you have reference material on Newburyport and would like to volunteer to do lookup's, please let Jerry Lovejoy know. When requesting a lookup, please follow these guidelines:

  1. On the subject line enter Newburyport Lookup
  2. Put name of book or CD you are requesting in the first line of the message
    as many of these wonderful people have volunteered to look up several things.
  3. Limit your request to 1 or 2 specific names on separate lines.
  4. Be sure to CAPITALIZE Surnames and include dates where available.
  5. Don't forget to thank your volunteer for their time and effort.

We Appreciate The Help From These Volunteers


A sketch of the History of Newbury, NEWBURYPORT and West Newbury -Joshua Coffin. Comprehensive history of the towns from 1635 to 1864. Many facts, brief genealogical sketches of early settlers, chronology, etc.
                   Contact Volunteer:Steve DeNunzio

"The History of Newburyport From the Earliest Settlement of the Country to the Present Time."by Mrs. Edith Vale Smith (1854) Includes biographical appendix.George W. Creasey (1903) Contains individual records of soldiers and sailors credited to the city of Newburyport from the army and navy. Name, where/when born, parents, where/when enlisted, when/how discharged. Who they served with and any battles of significance.
Contact Volunteer:Robert Bothmann

Newburyport City Directory 1851. Lists: addresses, individuals, business, occupations etc
                   Contact Volunteer:Brian Best

To Volunteer for:
Newburyport Cemeteries Vol I

To Volunteer for: Newburyport Cemeteries Vol II

To Volunteer for: Other Newburyport Related Reference Resource

Other Newburyport Related Reference Resources

COFFIN -Early Wills of Coffin,Early Wills Illustrating the Ancestry of Harriot Coffin with Genealogical and Biographical Notes William S Appleton, Boston, David Clapp and Son, 1893.
                   Contact Volunteer:Linda Bellows Roller

MORSE SOCIETY The Morse Family Web Site has considerable information on the Morse  (Mors, Morrs) lines.

- Memorial and Genealogy of John PooreTen generations: 1615 - 1880.
                 A. Poore 1881
                    Contact Volunteer:Tom Dunn

LITTLE Descendants of George Little Who Came to Newbury, Massachusetts in 1640" by George Thomas Little, 1882. An almost complete genealogy of the male descendants and follows female descendants for one or two generations thru 1882. Good comments on the people make it more than just "dates and places". Some good notes on collateral lines in early Newbury. The Littles moved to many places all over the country. The book contains good indexes of both all people and geographical places.
                   Contact Volunteer:Roger Barnes


Last Updated May 6, 2006