GRAFTON FAMILY NAMES
Last modified 9-30-2009
The 79 different family genealogies in the 'History of Grafton" book of 1879 are marked here with * in front of the name.
Grafton Vitals ( Births, Marriages &
Abbott family Grafton's veterinarian from 1950's-80's.
Balcom Family Letters from Civil War
family of Carroll Rd in Grafton 1946-1955 (Owned
house from 1938) Mrs. Bolt was a CLARK !
*BRIGHAM family of
Grafton Vitals: Births
Brocklebank Family of North Grafton
Campanale Lived on hill off of Upton Road
Carroll Solomon of Carroll Road! See home location on 1831 map.
* Child family
Cisco Sarah -See Indians
of Grafton section.
Darling Kids were in class of 57 & 59?
Dodge Photo Archives
Faulkner Twins Helen and Evelyn graduation in 1925, Grafton High.
*Forbush (as in Shoe Co.)
The Evening Gazette, Worcester, MA, Tuesday, May 8,
Gaudette (& Gaudette Insurance Agency)
Armand Henault moved to Saundersville in the 20's to work
with the rest of his family in the mills. He was a volunteer firefighter
in South Grafton for many years. His children, Judith, Patricia, Armand
and Deborah are all GHS graduates. His parents, Cyrille and Clara were
French Canadien as were many of the mill workers. He was also an active
member of the VFW having served in the Navy during WWII.
Ide, Harold -Son Reginald was class of 1957. They ran the cider mill.
family John W., daughter Eleanor & Ida Pratt
Keith As in Keith Hill in
Clayton Keith WWI Vet
Knowlton Family Knowlton Dairy of Farm District & connected to Ingerson family
Laravee (sp?) of Carroll Road -Member of family is online
* Leland Caleb Leland - 1787 discharge paper
Lindblad & Linblad--One member from Grafton was in the Spanish American War in Philippines
Mainini, Rudolf - Daughter Marina was in class of 1957, may have moved before class graduation
McEvoy George of North Street family
moved to Booth Bay Harbor, ME. George Jr. is still connected to the RR
Museum in Booth Bay Harbor he started.
Norris Arthur - Family of Carroll Road. Photos for Mrs.Norris in school section.
Packard,Samuel--Family manufacturing leather & wood working tools. Son Joel also in business in late 1800s.
Pichette Lived on road to Westboro
from Grafton Ctr. in 1952-1955 period.
* Pierce (another but spelled differently)
Pond Eldon and Henrietta, lived on Oak
St. - had children Susan and Dexter.
Quillium family of Carroll Road
Robinson Mrs. Roger Robinson sister to Henrietta Pond and Ralph Decrow
Somerville of Carroll Rd. Slim Somerville's Garage was on Worcester St. across from Lake Ripple. His kids were Mason, Maida & Marion. He also sold Rototillers with Joseph Bolt. He sold Henry J. Kaiser cars there in 50s. Mrs. Somerville & kids ran the first soft ice cream store in town in a WWII surplus Quonset hut. It was also across the street from Lake Ripple. Their house & land was at the current location of Perreault's Nursery. Mason is/was the Dean of the Engineering School at North Arizona University.Homepage for Mason Harold Somerville | Interim Provost
Stidsen of farm district in 1950s. Karen in class of 57
* Stone family of North Street. Judy was in class of 57
& Warren family genealogy information
Tebo Ken & Larry in Class of 57.
Usher Gary moved to Westboro, would have been in class of
* Warren See also Axtell family.
Wetherbee Family of Carroll Road -Ethel & Bud. Son Otis was in class of 56. Naomi in class of 58 and wife of Dick ? that was Grafton school superintendent for many years until about 96?
*Wheelock, Jerome - His large statue is at the top of the common, near library.
* Whitney They ran ice house in town in 1950s. Daughter Nancy was in class of 56?
* Willard Famous clockmakers from Grafton
Zarynoff of Carroll Rd. - Count Zarynoff, professional wrestler/Worcester bar owner from Ukraine. Two sons were Paul & Sergay.