Historical United States Census totals for Norfolk County, Massachusetts

Historical United States Census Totals For Norfolk County, Massachusetts

Historical United States Census totals for Norfolk County, Massachusetts

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This article shows U.S. Census totals for Norfolk County, Massachusetts, broken down by municipality, from 1900 to 2000.

Like most areas of New England, Norfolk County is (and has been at all times since well before the 20th century) entirely divided into incorporated municipalities. There is no unincorporated territory. For any census, adding up the totals for each municipality should yield the county total.

There are two types of municipalities in Massachusetts, towns and cities. The tables below differentiate between towns and cities.

For more information on the New England municipal system, see New England town.

Corporate changes since 1900

  • 1905 - New town of Plainville formed from Wrentham


  • 1912 - Hyde Park was annexed by the City of Boston (which is in neighboring Suffolk County; upon Hyde Park’s annexation by Boston, its territory became part of Suffolk County)


1900

County Total: 151,539

  • Quincy (city) 23,899
  • Brookline 19,935
  • Hyde Park 13,244
  • Weymouth 11,324
  • Dedham 7,457
  • Milton 6,578
  • Braintree 5,981
  • Norwood 5,480
  • Stoughton 5,442
  • Wellesley 5,072
  • Franklin 5,017
  • Canton 4,584
  • Needham 4,016
  • Randolph 3,993
  • Walpole 3,572
  • Foxborough 3,266
  • Medfield 2,926
  • Medway 2,761
  • Cohasset 2,759
  • Wrentham 2,720
  • Holbrook 2,229
  • Sharon 2,060
  • Avon 1,741
  • Bellingham 1,682
  • Westwood 1,112
  • Millis 1,053
  • Norfolk 980
  • Dover 656


1910

County Total: 187,506

  • Quincy (city) 32,642
  • Brookline 27,792
  • Hyde Park 15,507
  • Weymouth 12,895
  • Dedham 9,284
  • Braintree 8,066
  • Norwood 8,014
  • Milton......
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