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This is the Anvil over which the first mass was offered in Rockville Centre in the summer of 1887 in the blacksmith shop of Mr. Walter Johnson on Centre Avenue Donated by Mr. Frank Calitri in memory of J. J. Strazzeri
Site of Central Park Cider Mill George Benkert, proprietor ca. 1888 Processed apples for local farmers Central Park Historical Soc.
1887 First mass celebrated 1904 First church erected 1935 Present church built 1957 Diocese of RVC est. 1981 Cathedral renovated
Presented to the Village of Rockville Centre through Rockville Centre Council No 8 D.of.L by the War Dept 30 Pdr Parrott Gun Weight 3475 Lbs Did good service during the Civil War on Gun Boat Neptune Mounted May 1905
Also known as the Municipal Building. It was built to replicate Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Enlarged 1973
In honor of those from Rockville Centre who made the supreme sacrifice 1917     in the World War     1919 Killed in Action Harold Fiske · Louis Langdon · Joseph Murphy · James Donato · Robert Harris…
Opened February 20, 1892 First public high school on South Shore of L.I. R.V.C. Village Hall 1924 Renovated 1978
World War II In Memoriam Rev. Jerome Kobel, O.F.M., Cap., Lt., U.S.N.R. Sgt. Thomas G. Cain · S/Sgt. Samuel J. Casella · Lt. William L. Chambers, Jr. · Lt. Edward C. Digan · Lt. John G. Dwyer · Lt.…
Founded 1885 Church erected 1888 Church enlarged 1942 Only congregation in Rockville Centre still in its original building
Little Unqua c 1889 home of Conde & Louise Floyd-Jones Thorn. Last of Major Thos. Jones, 1707 land. Lived on by descendants until 1961.
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