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Excerpt from History of the Town of Carver, Massachusetts: Historical Review, 1637 to 1910
The compulsory return of vital statistics was not required until 1850, and to make up for the deficiency the State officials have entered upon a policy that will ultimately put the State Library in possession of copies of the older records and also insure their publication. The writer fur nished the State with a copy of the vital records of Carver, and this copy, with additions from the cemetery record above referred to and from pri vate records, has been published, thus relieving this work of anything in the line of genealogy.
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