Meeting for preservation of the Hathorn House set for March 30


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  • File photo by Roger Gavan The grave site of Revolutionary hero General John Hathorn is in Warwick Cemetery.



WARWICK — An information meeting to discuss the preservation of the John Hathorn House will be held Sunday, March 30, from 1 to 2 p.m., in the Albert Wisner Library's Community Room.

Warwick's John Hathorn was a man closely connected to the great figures of the Revolutionary War. He also served on the first Congress of the United States.

An overview of his life will be presented, including newly discovered documents, and the public will be invited to help plan the preservation of his home.

For further information about the program contact Friends of Hathorn House at hathornhouse@gmail.com or Sue Gardner at sgardner@rcls.org.


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