Americans with Disabilities Act accessible
"Gloucester, MA Burials Inscribed on Tombstones 1711-1898"
"Gloucester, MA Cemetery Gravestone Inscriptions 1642-1987"
"Gloucester, MA Deaths at Sea before 1873"
"Gloucester, MA Deaths 1756-1781 not Included in Printed Vital
Records (Recorded in Selectmen's Records 3rd Book)"
"Gloucester, MA Historical Gleanings from the Gloucester
"Gloucester, MA Indentured Children 1739-1852"
"Gloucester, MA Kettle Cove and Fresh Water Cove Early Settlers
"Gloucester, MA Lanes Cove to Sandy Bay Land Grants 1687/8"
"Gloucester, MA Maps Showing Early Gloucester"
"Gloucester, MA Names and Property of Early Settlers
"Gloucester, MA Naturalization Documents 1885-1906"
"Gloucester, MA Revolutionary War Rolls 1775-1776"
"Gloucester, MA Selectmen's Records 1756-1781 3rd Book Index of
"Gloucester, MA Town and City Records Guide"
"Gloucester, MA Town Records - 1st Volume 1642-1714/15"
(photocopy of 1850 transcript)
"Gloucester, MA Warnings Out 1705-1834"
"Nova Scotia Marriage Bonds 1763-1820"
Special Collection Contact(s):
Judith A. Peterson, Archivist
Gloucester Cemetery Records Gloucester Deaths at Sea (before 1873) Gloucester Vital Records Gloucester Indentured Children (1739-1852) Gloucester Early Settlers (1642-1714/15) Gloucester Maps Gloucester Naturalization Documents (1885-1906) Gloucester Revolutionary War Rolls (1775-1776) Gloucester City and Town Records Gloucester Warnings Out (1705-1834) Nova Scotia Marriage Bonds (1763-1820)
Access only in reading room, supervised
All photocopying done by staff
No loans permitted
Finding Guides Available:
General repository guide
Guide to monographic collection
Guides for manuscript collection
Guides for archives' records groups
Guide to institutional microfilm holdings
Guide to specific microfilm collection(s)
FROM ROUTE 128 NORTH:
Follow signs to Glouster. Go to the first Rotary (exit 11). Go right
off the rotary onto Washington Street. Take the first left after
the railroad tracks onto Railroad Avenue. At the end of Railroad
Avenue, bear left onto Prospect Street. Take the second right onto
Dale Avenue. City Hall, distinguishable by the clocks in the tower,
is on the left next to the Post Office. Archives research room is
in the basement level of City Hall.