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Rowley Roswell and Pep 522 Main Rd-4439.jpg
Pep, with Roswell Rowley at 522 Main Road, Granville, MA.

Rowley Julia Roswell 522 Main Rd chickens-4455.jpg
Julia and Roswell Rowley in the back yard at 522 Main Road, with the chickens.

Rowley Blacksmith Shop Henry House-4441.jpg
Blacksmith shop at 522 Main Road, two cats play in the snow. Property first operated by Alexander McGray (or McCray) in the 1880's. It was operated as a blacksmith shop by Charles A. Barnes. Later owned by Roswell Rowley. The building burned on…

Rowley Julia 522 Main Rd house-4457.jpg
George King House, c. 1860, 522 Main Rd., MACRIS inv. #GRN 66. Owned by George King in 1870 then by Alexander McGray (or McCray), a blacksmith. He sold to Charles Tryon in 1889 then to Edwin Gibbons then to Roswell Rowley (1863-1944), all in 1889.…

Coe Ransom Krasnoff House.jpg
House associated with Harlow Coe, Milo B. Coe, Ed and Sarah Ransom, and Krasnoff families. Built 1799. See photo notes.

Drum Makers Band.jpg
The Noble & Cooley Drum Makers Band, in the yard at 522 Main Road (the residence of Roswell Rowley).

Shown in the picture: Front Row, seated (L-R): Band Master (unidentified), Ellis Goodrich, Orville Noble, Buell Tinker, Roswell Rowley, Silas…

HRI Rose Miles J and blacksmith shop front.jpg
Miles J. Rose (1839-1915) in wagon, taken at the blacksmith's shop near the home of Roswell O. Rowley on Maple Street (now Main Road).
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