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Grafton,

town (1990 pop. 13,035), Worcester co., S central Mass.; built on the site of a Native American village; est. by Puritans c.1654, inc. 1731. Leather products and abrasives are made there.
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We have been seeing old masters at the Grafton Gallery," said Katharine, apparently paying no attention to William, and accepting a cigarette which Mary offered her.
Ludovic Speed and Theodora Dix live in Middle Grafton and Mrs.
One morning he had risen from the breakfast table and said, quietly but gravely: "Father, a Union regiment has arrived at Grafton.
Bolack moved to North Grafton in 1943 and graduated from its high school the following year.
GRAFTON - Ernest "Peto" Pottie, 89, a lifelong resident of South Grafton, passed August 22, 2013 after recent illness.
and Marion (Lucas) Bolack of Worcester, MA, Charlie and his family moved to North Grafton in 1943.
His family suggests you create a memory of Bob with donations to The Grafton Food Bank, PO Box 324, Grafton MA 01519.
Illinois American Water President Karla Olson Teasley today announced the company s acquisition of the City of Grafton water system, near Alton in Southern Illinois.
Death Duty writer and director Steven Rainbow at the Primitivo restaurant; Steven Rainbow, director; Rupinder Sagoo, Primitivo; Colin Beasley, Grafton Gate; Pritpal Sagoo, owner of Primitivo; Phil Silk, Grafton Gate; Gemma Kennedy, Grafton Gate; and Henry Angel James, Grafton Gate; Phil Silk, Grafton Gate; Steven Rainbow, director; Colin Beasley, Grafton Gate; and Henry Angel James, Grafton Gate
More than anyone since the late Arnaldo Momigliano, Anthony Grafton has worked to rehabilitate the history of western scholarship, and here are fifteen more contributions to this splendid tradition.
GRAFTON Public Sector has been named as one of the top 10 public sector recruitment agencies in the UK.
Ron Grafton, partner and designer for the Sherman Oaks boutique Rain Bow Florist, knows this quite well.