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Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

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Where is Dudley, Massachusetts, USA? 

Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
Dudley was first settled in 1714 and was officially incorporated in 1732. The town was named for landholders Paul and William Dudley.
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Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

Nichols College, Dudley, MA

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Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

Stevens Linen Mills

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Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

Dudley Hill Inn, Dudley, MA

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Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

Street View, Dudley Hill, Mass.

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Birdseye View of Dudley Hill, Dudley, Mass.

Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

Bird's Eye View Dudley Hill, Dudley, Mass

Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

High Pond and the Birches, Dudley, Mass.

Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

Sunset Camp, Echo Lake, Dudley, Mass.

Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

Magiera's Dairy bottle cap

Dudley, Massachusetts, USA

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1731 – 1732 - Dudley set off from Oxford

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June 20, 1732 - First Town Meeting held at Carter House in Dudley

A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976
1734 - Meeting House built in Dudley

A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976
1760 - Capt. Joshua Healy House built in Dudley

A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976
1776 - George Washington Slept Here
In April 1776, on his way to New York City from Boston after his victory in the Siege of Boston,...Read MORE...

1804 - Black Tavern built on Dudley Hill

A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976
1824 - Congregational Church built in Dudley

A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976
38. DUDLEY. [Pop. 1,352. Inc 1732.]
This township was granted to Paul and William Dudley, of Roxbury, sons of Governor Dudley.

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1845 - Methodist Church built on Dudley Hill

A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976
1848 - Dudley
This township was originally granted to the Hon. Messrs. Paul and William Dudley of Roxbury, while...Read MORE...

1859
DUDLEY, a township of Worcester co., in the state of Massachusetts, U.S., 58 m. SW of Boston,...Read MORE...

News  1868 - Hon. Wm. Hancock died at his residence, in Dudley, Massachusetts, on the 14th inst, aged 76 years. Colonel Hancock was a lineal descendant of John Hancock of Revolutionary memory.

The Progress-Index
Petersburg, Virginia
June 19, 1868
News  1873 - A French woman and child in Dudley, Massachusetts, were so badly burned by an explosion of kerosene oil, Saturday night that both died, another child cannot recover.

The Daily Milwaukee News
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
July 8, 1873
News  1875 - A Useful Sort of Pastor
The Boston Traveller tells a story on Mr. Williams, the ancient pastor of Dudley, Massachusetts,...Read MORE...

1885 - Nichols Academy Boarding House built in 1885.
It later became the Dudley Inn and then a Nichols College dormitory.
A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976
Dudley Massachusetts, 1890
Dudley is a pleasant and prosperous town lying in the southwesterly part of Worcester County, on...Read MORE...

1890 - Congregational Church destroyed by fire in Dudley. Conant Memorial Church built.

A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976
1916
Dudley, a post-village of Worcester oo., Mass., in Dudley township (town), about 18 miles S. by W....Read MORE...

1931 - Budleigh Hall, originally the summer home of the Conant family, used by Dudley Bible School and later Nichols Academy was destroyed by fire.

A Commemorative Profile of Dudley Massachusetts by Dudley Bicentennial Committee, 1976

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