Hopkinton Historical Association
- Learn more about Hopkinton, Rhode Island's rich New England legacy
This monument sits in front of the Hopkinton Town Clerk’s Office. In 1982, for the 225th anniversary of town, the Hopkinton Historical Association paid to have the monument made at Bonner Monument, which was located in Ashaway at the time. The title of the monument is very misleading. The individuals listed on the monument were not “founders” of the town. Their fathers and grandfathers did….
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His name was Simon Noah Palmer and although he is long gone, his life still feeds our imagination. For at least one year of his life, he kept a diary, an everyday task for him, a treasure trove of information for the historian. The diary intrigues us to look further into his life and the remnants that are left.
Enjoy this 26 page article about his life and times.
2 Town House Road
P.O. Box 37
Hopkinton, RI 02833