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Worcester County was created from the eastern part of colonial Hampshire County. It also includes the western portion and extreme western portions of the original Suffolk County. Worcester, which was later known as the county seat, was selected as the shire town when Worcester County's government was created on April 2, 1731. It was the county seat from that time until the dissolution. Due to the county's size, fifteen attempts were made over 140 years for the division of the county into two separate counties. However, none of these efforts succeeded.
Initially, Lancaster was proposed to be the seat of the northern counties. Later, Petersham was suggested once, and Fitchburg was repeatedly proposed, most recently in 1903. As a concession, the Worcester County Registry of Deeds was divided in August 1884 with the Worcester Northern registry being placed in Fitchburg.