Massachusetts Document Retrieval Service
Attn: Mary E.  Noone
213 Lake Street, #60
Weymouth MA
USA 02189
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Massachusetts Document Retrieval Service    Attn: Mary E. Noone

Massachusetts Document Retrieval Service procures the documents for clients

Massachusetts Document Retrieval Service procures the documents for clients such as vital records, church records, land and estate papers. We also do cemetery research in the areas surrounding Boston.

Massachusetts Document Retrieval Service is a full service firm. We can handle the documents you need whether from a local historic society or at the local courthouse.

If you need to get a passport because you’re traveling to the islands, Canada or Mexico, you’ll need a certified copy of your birth certificate.

Most genealogists do not need certified documents, and abstract will do very nicely; We can handle the abstract at a fraction of the cost of the certified copy and email you the results. This way you get it the day we get it at a lower cost.

Researching your family tree out of state can be frustrating. If your family history research has led you to Massachusetts, we can help. Massachusetts isn’t really very different from any other state. Research can be done, you just have to know where to look!

Have you ever wondered about your family home, who lived there, what part it played in the town? Maybe it was part of a large farm or had once been home to a historical figure. Our House Histories can help you answer those questions. It’s truly fascinating research. You’ll be surprised what information is available out there!

A House History Makes A Wonderful Gift!

Cemetery Research really can’t be done from afar. Let us get that transcription and photo for you!

The National Archives Branch in Waltham, Massachusetts is the repository for federal court records in this area. Massachusetts Document Retrieval Service can obtain records from the archives for court cases you are working on. Click on our link to place an order or give us a call to discuss your needs.

Genealogy is more or at least it should be more than just names and dates. Who were these people? Where did they live, how did they live?

Our event research is what you need. We can put some of the flesh back on the bones of your ancestors.

Repositories We Visit On A Regular Basis

New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA
The country’s oldest genealogical society. The collection is vast and varied.

Bureau of Vital Records, Boston, MA
National Archives, Waltham, MA
Boston Public Library, Main Branch, Boston, MA
Archdiocese of Boston Archives, (Catholic), Brighton, MA
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Archives, Columbia Point, MA

Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
The Massachusetts Historical Society is an independent research library that collects, preserves, makes accessible, and communicates manuscripts and other materials in order to promote the study of the history of Massachusetts and the nation-a mission it has pursued since 1791.

American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA
The American Antiquarian Society (AAS) is an independent research library founded in 1812 in Worcester, Massachusetts. The library's collections document the life of America's people from the colonial era through the Civil War and Reconstruction. Collections include books, pamphlets, newspapers, periodicals, broadsides, manuscripts, music, graphic arts, and local histories

Suffolk County Court House, Boston, MA
Middlesex County Court House, Cambridge, MA

Registries of Deeds throughout Massachusetts.
The registries are by county. One of the few items that are at the county level in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Mayflower Society