Home Stories: 86 Topham St. New Bedford
Early in the year, two Junior High schools were built. North End and South End Jr. High Schools. (Now known as Normandin Jr. High and Roosevelt Jr. High)
My theory is that a lot of it may have been farmland, much of it was owned by Abiathar, and his 2 sons: Albert & Edward.
86 Topham Street, New Bedford, MA
Topham Street, in general, seems to be a popular street to research. The New Bedford Guide recently
I recommend reading about it here: New Bedford Streets: A Piece of Americana: Topham Street
Still Interested in Learning More About the Rogers Family?
Below is information curated in our research surrounding the Rogers family & Topham Street.
Once lived at 264 Pleasant St around 1894
- Member of the Fire Department (company) that was formed 02/02/1857 until it was disbanded in 1867.
- He was listed in an 1888 list of taxpayers who were assessed to pay a tax of $100 or more ($260)
- SULLIVAN’S LEDGE on Hathaway Road (previously part of the Terry Estate). granite from his quarry was used to build the steam engine bed at Wamsutta Mills #1 and also the magazine at Ford Rodman. Also possibly St Killian’s Church, St Lawrence & St Josephs