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The Hearse House at Marstons Mlls Cemetary

The Hearse House, Marstons Mills Cemetery
ca. 1885

NEXT EVENTS

10 October

at 2 p.m.

40th Anniversary celebration of the Society and 200th Anniversary of Burgess House

28 October

at 2 p.m.

Something Old, Something New

An original comedy by Sandra Bolton

14 November

at 2 p.m.

Historical Connections between Marstons Mills and Sandwich

WELCOME

The Mission of the Marstons Mills Historical Society is to foster an interest in the story of our Village. We preserve historical images, documents, and artifacts; research historic resources; and support educational opportunities for all ages for Villagers and other interested persons, in order to better understand and appreciate the past, present, and future of Marstons Mills.

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ABOUT OUR SOCIETY

The Marstons Mills Historical Society was founded on  January 30, 1983 at the oldest house in the village, the Ebenezer Goodspeed house on River Road, then owned by Arnold and Irene Hadfield, in order to collect old photos, urging one’s grandparents to contribute. 

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JOIN OUR MEETINGS

Please consider attending the monthly meetings of the Marstons Mills Historical Society, which are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m. at Marstons Mills Public Library, 2160 Main Street, Marstons Mills.

If you plan to attend please email us to confirm the venue (in-person or virtual)

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GET INVOLVED

Become a Member

Donate

Ways to Volunteer

Contribute stories or memorabilia

Revolutionary War ceremony at Marstons Mills cemetary
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