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Cooley Milo CDV 2a.jpg
Milo Holcomb Cooley was born in Granville in 1837 and served in the 27th Mass. Infantry, Co. F during the Civil War.

He was taken prisoner in 1864 and spent time in several prison camps including Andersonville. Although he survived the ordeal, he…

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310 Main Road, Granville, Massachusetts. Home of "Cool Pottery" owned by Cooley Buy, opened October 12, 2019.

Barlow Leland Orrin 001.jpg
Leland Orrin Barlow was born in Granville in 1837. He served in the Civil War with the 16th Connecticut Regiment, Company E. This Regiment is the subject of the book "A Broken Regiment: The 16th Connecticut's Civil War" by Lesley J. Gordon, a native…

Pine Lake Rainbow 2019 10 13.jpg
In order shown:
1. Pine Lake
2. Wild Cat Road
3. Shaughnessey Swamp
4. Wild Cat Road.
5. Tolland (close enough to Granville!)
6. Reagan Road

Rules of Good Health Dr Samual Bancroft Barlow 1860.jpg
Samuel B. Barlow was born in Granville, Massachusetts in 1798. He was a student of Rev. Timothy Mather Cooley's at the West Granville Academy. Dr. Barlow's biography was published in Cleave's Biographical Cyclopaedia of Homeopathic Physicians and…

Barlow Bible 2019 10 02.pdf
The Barlow family Bible, family genealogy notes. Includes other items and accounts.

The second document is a transcription of Samuel Barlow's comments regarding the death of Corp. Orrin L. Barlow (also known as Leland O. Barlow), who died at the…

2001 September American Flag at Noble Cooley Paul Jensen Photo 1.jpg
The American flag at Noble & Cooley after the World Trade Center terror attack on September 11, 2001.

Paul Jensen photo.

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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,…

Pomeroy William S Letter to R B Cooley 1902 002.jpg
A "sort of genteel begging letter" from Wm. S. Pomeroy, owner of the store in Granville Center, to R.B. Cooley in 1902 seeking a contribution to the centennial celebration of the construction of the First Congregational Church, typically referred to…

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1935 invoice from Fred Wackerbarth Contracting and Wood Working.
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