In 1642, the first successful ironworks were established in the early Raynham, when it was part of Taunton. Iron bars were sometimes used as currency…View More Historical Tidbit: Iron Currency
“William J. Sullivan, Jr., became Superintendent of Schools when Dr. LaLiberte retired. Mr. Sullivan had been with the system many years, as the principal of the…View More Historical Tidbit: In Honor of William J. Sullivan, Jr.
“In 1982, more than five hundred people gathered to honor E. Joseph LaLiberte on his retirement. He had served the town well since his appointment…View More Historical Tidbit: In Honor of E. Joseph LaLiberte
“In 1966, an appreciation dinner was held for Lillie B. Merrill, who was referred to in the program as “Raynham’s gracious lady.” She and her husband and…View More Historical Tidbit: In Appreciation of Lillie B. Merrill