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Fall River is a town in Massachusetts. It was formed in 1803 and was previously called Freetown (Troy, 1834). It can be found in Bristol county and is a part of the Northern registry of deed district. For more information, contact the county at City Hall, 1 Government Center, Fall River 02722. On the attached map, Fall River is shown as 14 in Bristol county.
For information about the state of Massachusetts see Massachusetts Family History Research.