Welcome to the
Beverly, Massachusetts
GenWeb Project

Serving genealogy and family history research
in the City of Beverly, County of Essex,
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
in the United States of America.

The USGenWeb Project    Massachusetts GenWeb

Essex County MA US GenWeb Project

City of Beverly Welcome sign

Settled 1626 - Town 1668 - City 1894.


Local Resources

The following local resources may be useful in your searches:


Public Records


Cemetery Records

Help locating and transcribing the last of these cemeteries is welcome. Email the GenWeb Town Coordinator, for more details.


Query Resources

Vital Records Lookup

Dan Driscoll volunteers to do vital records lookups at City Hall.   "I will do my best to help you."   Dan is a treasure, for anyone researching vital records in Beverly; we are fortunate to have him helping us.

Roll Call

Click here for a list, by surname, of descendants researching their Beverly Ancestors.

Lookup Volunteers

Click here for a list of volunteers who own books on Beverly history and genealogy and are willing to do brief lookups for you.

Queries & Mailing Lists

If your concern does not relate to Beverly, or Essex County, Massachusetts, then please, do not enter your information here.   Otherwise, Beverly or Essex County, Massachusetts queries and lookups can be posted as directed on the Essex County Query Page.


Family Resources

The following families were originally, and were long, established in Beverly.


Nearby Towns

The following towns border Beverly: Danvers, Wenham & Manchester (by land), Peabody (across the Danvers River), Salem (by bridge), and Marblehead (across Salem Sound). There are other nearby towns in Essex County, as well. You are encouraged to visit their GenWeb Project web pages, to help you further in your searches.


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Last Updated: May 15, 2012
Beverly US GenWeb Project -- established January 12, 1997.
Member of the Essex County GenWeb -- founded August 1996.
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