Monday, March 5, 2018

March Meeting and 100th House Marker

 Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate our 100th Historic House Marker at our meeting on March 15th at the Historic Warren Armory. 

March 2018

 The following properties were awarded markers:

28 Broad Street – Nathan Perry House, c. 1839
46 Broad Street – James Goff House, c. 1788
57 Broad Street – Schubael Burr House, c. 1783
23 Greene Street – Jeremiah Eddy House, c. 1793
67 King Street – Herbert A. Nichols House, c. 1902
901 Main Street – Robert N. & Susan R. Turner, 1873
296 Market Street – George Ashworth House, c. 1856
11 Summer Street – Jabez Brown House, c. 1842
41 Wheaton Street – Joseph and Mary Smith House, 1948

Special thanks to the Guy and Casey Marino Family, Brad & Kelli Vogltance, Howard & Carolyn Windham, Jane McDougall, Mary Jackson, Joanne Devoe & Tom Padwa, and Hank Coleman.  

Thank you to David Gaskill, Doug Hinman and Kristin MacDonald for sharing their deed research. 

Thank you to our members helping us celebrate this very sweet WPS milestone! 

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Fall General Meeting

Thursday, September 14th
Fellowship Hall, Warren Methodist Church
Potluck Supper --  6 PM
Meeting and Presentation -- 7 PM
After a brief meeting, please join the Warren Middle Passage Project research team for the following discussion:

How Phebe was Found:  Tales of Historical Research in Warren

There well be an encore presentation of Finding Phebe: Uncovering the History of Slavery in Warren, RI by the Warren Middle Passage Project on Thursday, September 14th at 1:00 PM at the Warren Senior Center on Libby Lane.  If you missed this presentation in May or if you would like to see it again please join us.  The discussion at the WPS meeting that evening will focus on the research experience behind the presentation.