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The Town of Walpole, Norfolk County (formerly in Suffolk County, until 1793), was established December 10, 1724, from a part of Dedham.  
The Town of Walpole, Norfolk County (formerly in Suffolk County, until 1793), was established December 10, 1724, from a part of [[Dedham, Massachusetts|Dedham]].  


* June 10, 1778, a part of Walpole was included in the new town of Foxborough.  
* June 10, 1778, a part of Walpole was included in the new town of [[Foxborough, Massachusetts|Foxborough]].  
* February 28, 1804, a part of Sharon was annexed to Walpole.  
* February 28, 1804, a part of [[Sharon, Massachusetts|Sharon]] was annexed to Walpole.  
* June 21, 1811, a part of Sharon was annexed and a part of Dedham was re-annexed to Walpole.  
* June 21, 1811, a part of Sharon was annexed and a part of Dedham was re-annexed to Walpole.  
* March 27, 1833, a part of Foxborough was annexed to Walpole.  
* March 27, 1833, a part of Foxborough was annexed to Walpole.  
* March 28, 1834, a part of Foxborough was annexed to Walpole.
* March 28, 1834, a part of Foxborough was annexed to Walpole.

Latest revision as of 02:08, 7 October 2021

The Town of Walpole, Norfolk County (formerly in Suffolk County, until 1793), was established December 10, 1724, from a part of Dedham.

  • June 10, 1778, a part of Walpole was included in the new town of Foxborough.
  • February 28, 1804, a part of Sharon was annexed to Walpole.
  • June 21, 1811, a part of Sharon was annexed and a part of Dedham was re-annexed to Walpole.
  • March 27, 1833, a part of Foxborough was annexed to Walpole.
  • March 28, 1834, a part of Foxborough was annexed to Walpole.