The Anderson Funeral Homes in Ayer & Townsend and the Louis M. Isabelle Funeral Home in Fitchburg are independently owned and operated Funeral Home establishments serving fourteen different communities in Central Massachusetts and Southern New...
Funeral Homes in East Princeton, MA
Built in 1890, this colonial mansion located at 176 Water St. served as the personal residence to the Walsh family in the early part of the century. Prominent lawyer David I. Walsh purchased the home for his mother, sisters and himself to all...
Donald C. Morris had a vision that he would own and operate a funeral home that would served the community in a relaxed and caring manner. In 1952, he purchased the property at 40 Main Street (Route 30) in Southborough, and opened the doors of...
Mulhane Home for Funerals has been independently owned and operated by five generations of the Mulhane Family since its establishment in 1872. For over 140 years Mulhane Home for Funerals has been owned and operated by five generations of the...
The Paradis Funeral Home was built in 1871 by Dr. Johnson R. Woodward. Mr. Fred H. Lullmann purchased the home in 1935 from Elizabeth I. Copp and founded the Lullmann Funeral Home. Jules E. and Edith L. Paradis purchased the funeral home in 1948...
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Facts about the city
Princeton is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. It is bordered on the east by Sterling and Leominster, on the north by Westminster, on the northwest by Hubbardston, on the southwest by Rutland, and on the southeast by Holden. The preeminent landmark within Princeton is Mount Wachusett, which straddles the line between Princeton and Westminster but the entrance to which is within Princeton. According to tradition, in 1675, Mary Rowlandson was ransomed upon Redemption Rock, now within the town of Princeton, by King Philip. The population was 3,413 at the 2010 census.
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It is bordered on the east by Sterling, Massachusetts and Leominster, Massachusetts on the north by Westminster; on the west by Hubbardston and Rutland; on the south by Rutland and Holden, Massachusetts
Princeton was created in 1759, out of land that was once part of Rutland, Massachusetts In 1810, it annexed a piece of Hubbardston, Massachusetts and in 1870, it annexed a piece of Westminster, Massachusetts|Westminster. . . . .
The official website for the city of East Princeton is http://town.princeton.ma.us/.
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