There are five Post Offices in the town, as follows: “Middleboro” “North Middleboro” or Titicut, “South Middleboro,” “East Middleboro” and “Rock.” Abbott Levi A. clergyman, r School Adams Asa, farmer, r Wareham Adams Edward, farmer, r Plymouth Adams James, farmer, r Plymouth Alden Albert, Bay State Straw Works, r Main Alden Andrew, mechanic, r Plymouth
Aiken Warren, cooper Aiken Warren, jr., machinist Allen James S. ship-wright Alien James S. jr., shoemaker Ames Daniel a. carpenter Ames Nathaniel F. ship-wright Ames Theodore, rigger Atsatt John T. merchant Atsatt Philip, shoemaker Atsatt William, shoemaker Bacon Benjamin, ship-wright Barlow Franklin, rigger Barlow Gideon B. rigger Barlow Gideon B. jr., mariner Barlow George, rigger
Alden Eben, jr. Clergyman Ames Edwin, farmer Ames Elijah, farmer Ames George, shoemaker Ames Isaac, shoemaker Ames Tilden, farmer Arnold F. P. shoe manufacturer Atwell Charles, soldier Atwell Edwin Atwell Seth, laborer Baker Artemus, shoemaker Baker Benjamin, shoemaker Baker Dwelley, laborer Baker George M. trader Baker Horace E. carpenter Baker .James, farmer Baker James E.
Allen Andrew M. carpenter Allen Bartholomew G. mariner Allen Charles A. laborer Allen Charles C. teamster Allen George D. mariner Allen Henry D. farmer Allen Henry M. agent for whaling vessels Allen John D. carpenter Allen John M. architect Allen Silas B. carpenter Allen Reuben, farmer Allen Stephen, farmer Allen Weston, farmer Atwood Alexander A.
Aldrich John E. shoemaker Allen Clothier, farmer Allen John, farmer Allen John F. farmer Andrews Gustavus G. carpenter Andrews Stillman S. carpenter Ashley Abraham, teamer Ashley David, farmer Ashley John C. farmer Ashley John E. farmer Ashley Joseph, farmer Ashley Josiah K. cooper Ashley Luther, mason and farmer Ashley Silas P. farmer Back George, shoemaker
Adams Charles, farmer Adams Frederic C. butcher Adams George, butcher Adams George T. butcher Adams Henry L. sea captain Adams William S. sea captain Amos Bern. F. clerk Andrews Samuel M. overseer in Co. Mill Bagwell Frederic, farmer Bagnell John C. shoemaker Baker L. C. pattern maker Baker Levi, sea captain Baker Otis jr., sea
Anderson James, fisherman Anderson Lewis, mariner Augustus George T. fisherman Augustus John, mariner Augustus John jr., fisherman Bates Marshall fisherman Bates Thomas keeper of Boston Light Carney William B. house carpenter Carter Charles A. fisherman Cleverly John M. pilot Cobb Elisha T. mariner Cobb Joseph, mariner Cobb Orlando D. telegraph operator Dill Davis W. fisherman
Adams George, shoe cutter r North Adams George M. shoemaker, r Hull Anderson Miles D, mariner, r Beal Andrews Benjamin, clerk, South Andrews Henry, gentleman r Whiting Andrews John, gentleman r Whiting Bailey Caleb, livery stable, Summer Baker James L. merchant (Boston), bds Main Baker John, gentleman, r Main Ballentine William, rope maker, r Cedar
Adams Russell W. farmer Aldridge Stillman, farmer Ames John C. box maker Ames Marcus, farmer Amos Marcus F. peddler Arnold Caleb, shoemaker Banican Patrick, farmer Bailey George C. shoemaker Baldwin C. H. farmer Barker Benjamin, farmer Barker Bowen, physician Barker John, farmer Barker Josiah, farmer Barker Lot P. farmer Barker Philip H. shoemaker Barrows Alfred,
Aiken James, clergyman, 2d Cong’l Bailey A. H. laborer Bailey Benjamin, farmer Bailey Benjamin W. shoemaker Bailey Edwin, shoemaker Bailey G. J. shoemaker Bailey J. D. keeps Alms House Bailey J. Q. shoemaker Bailey M. C. house painter Bailey Stephen, shoemaker Bailey S. W. clerk Barker Joshua, iron caster Barstow Daniel, farmer Barstow Edward, master