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Southbridge Honor Rolls (Names not transcribed)
To the memory of Samuel Slater Founder of America's Cotton Industry And the Town of Webster Born at Belper Derbyshire 9 June 1768 Died at Webster Massachusetts 21 April 1835 This monument is dedicated By Ray and H. Nelson Slater his Great …
Site of original Slater Cotton Mill Established circa 1812 by Samuel S. Slater Dedicated to the memory of Samuel S. Slater by Cranston Print Works Company September 1977
On this site in 1812 Samuel Slater, the Father of the American Industrial Revolution, Founded the East Village Textile Mill. In 1936 the Rockefeller Family bought the property and for 75 years operated Cranston Print Works which was an employer…
They gave their today for our tomorrow Names of those who made the Supreme Sacrifice Frank Beers Adelard Bibeau Leo Bibeau Stanislas Boisvert Thomas H. Brogan William Broughton Henry C. Cunha Samuel Desmaris Parmelius Donais Alphons…
Dedicated August 15, 2010, in memory of the seven Servant brothers who faithfully and honorably served their Country during WWII. Town of Southbridge-Southbridge Veterans Council Albert L. USA · Clovis E. USA · Gerard A. U…
To the men of Southbridge who served their country in the war for the preservation of the Union 1861 - 1865 Erected by The Town of Southbridge A.D. 1914 (names not transcribed)
Tribute to Veterans of All Wars ☆ ☆ ☆ Supreme Sacrifice W. W. I L. L. Bagley W. W. II C. H. Davis · H. E. Fay · R. O. Gould F. C. Harris · L. C. Hunt · J. P. Janiak J. G. MacNeill …
Dedicated in Honor of Southborough's American Revolutionary War Veterans 1775 - 1783 With Eternal Gratitude to Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice Major Josiah Fay (d. August 8, 1776) Private Jesse Amsden (d. March 3, 1778) Private Josep…
This tablet was erected in 1995 in memory of the members of the early generations of the town who were buried here in graves marked and unmarked between 1727 and 1895
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