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Remembrances of Pearl P.pdf
Marjorie Bloomberg's memories of Pearl Phelon (1896-1989). Pearl Phelon is buried in the Silver Street Cemetery in Granville, Massachusetts.CLICK HERE to learn about Pearl's older sister, Susan Phelon, WW1 nurse.

Brownell Edgar A.jpg
Edgar Alonzo Brownell was pastor of the Granville Methodist Church, 1906 - 1908. The 17 Jan 1909 letter is from Walter H. Upham, offering condolences to Miles Rose who was prominent in the local church and had arranged the service for Edgar Brownell.…

Union Church Letter Kebbe to Cooley 1903 4 pgs.pdf
Two letters proposing that the Granville churches form a "Union Church." The 1903 letter is from David Lyman Kibbe, pastor or the Congregational Church on the hill. The 1906 letter is from Edgar Alonzo Brownell of the Methodist Episcopal Church,…

Main Road WG Church and Academy 2000 12 10 Paul Jensen Photo.jpg
This page shows the church and some event photos taken 2000 and later. Photos used with permission.Photo showing American flag taken June 20, 2022 (Juneteenth). The flag is on the site where, according to legend, the Granville Minutemen held drills…

Main Road Cone and Humphrey House 001 ps.jpg
This is Part 2 for this house. The distinguishing feature of the house in Part 2 is the lack of the second story shed roof "bump-out" over the porch. This has led to discussion as to whether the house in Part 1 and Part 2 is actually two different…

Methodist Church Beech Hill front.jpg
Stereopticon image of the old Methodist Church on Beech Hill Road.

Methodist church marker on Beech Hill Rd. Placed 1907. MACRIS inventory #GRN 901

Color photos taken June 1, 2019 (Rowley).

Baptist Church 1941 Hiers Photo 001-003.jpg
The Federated Church at 16 Granby Road, Granville, MA. The Federated Church was formed in 1937 when the Baptist Church at this location combined with the First Congregational Church.

The original church building was moved across the street in the…

Congregational Church Granville.jpg
First Congregational Church, Granville Center, Granville, MA. The building is now the Town Meeting Hall (Old Meeting House).
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