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
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 school — — Map (db m56106) HM