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Originally was J.M. Hawkins blacksmith shop (1867), later to be used as Thomas Baker's horse-shoeing shop. Then the town took it over as a jail with 2 cells (Jailer was Captain Hayes). Then it was closed for years. It was then owned by A. Mayse…

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Benjamin Pomeroy House

658 Pequot Avenue

The Pomeroy house was designed by prominent local architects Lambert and Bunnell, who built the house in 1869. Mrs. Benjamin Pomeroy, the wife of a wealthy shipping merchant, built the house for…
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