“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Wrentham, Massachusetts

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Wrentham is in Norfolk County
      Norfolk County (80)  
      Bristol County (143)  
      Middlesex County (291)  
      Plymouth County (129)  
      Suffolk County (328)  
      Worcester County (236)  
      Providence County, Rhode Island (161)  
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1Massachusetts (Norfolk County), Wrentham — First Meeting House in Wrentham
On South St (U.S. 1A) at East Street, on the left when traveling south on South St.
This stone is the door-step and now marks the site of the first Meeting House in Wrentham erected in 1684 that the people might have a suitable place to attend the worship of God. Here the townsmen held their meetings and to this spot they were . . . Map (db m56105) HM
2Massachusetts (Norfolk County), Wrentham — First Wrentham School House
On South Street (U.S. 1A), on the right when traveling south.
Near this spot stood the first Wrentham School House built in 1702-1703. Theodore Mann, son of Samuel Mann, first minister of Wrentham was chosen by the selectmen, in behalf of the town, to keep the schoolMap (db m56106) HM
3Massachusetts (Norfolk County), Wrentham — Helen Adams Keller
On South Street, on the left when traveling south.
A symbol of strength, courage, and determination Born June 1880 - Dedicated June 1980 "I shall always think of Wrentham as my home"Map (db m56103) HM
Dec. 7, 2021