Welcome to the Lakeville, Plymouth County, Massachusetts USGenWeb Project
Explore this site to find stories of Lakeville’s past, traditions about its former residents, photographs of its historic buildings, digitized images or transcriptions of its oldest records, epitaphs from its gravestones, and so much more. Or connect with current researchers, historians, and residents who are interested in Lakeville’s people and places. And be sure to come back now and again, as new content is added!
Lakeville was incorporated in 1853 from the town of Middleborough. The town, located on the south shore of Massachusetts in Plymouth County, was named in honor of its vast network of lakes, including Assawompset Pond, Great Quittacas Pond, Little Quittacas Pond, Long Pond, and Pocksha Pond.
Now entering its 7th year as a website, the Lakeville, MA USGenWeb project has received a total makeover!