Rowley is Our Hometown
The town of Rowley was originally settled, in 1639, as a plantation by Reverend Ezekiel Rogers, who had ar-rived from England on the ship John of London with approximately twenty families. The following spring, on September 4, 1639, the town was incorporated, and included portions of modern-day Byfield, Geogetown, and Haverhill. The town is home to the nation's oldest stone arch bridge and "Old Nancy" a legendary Revolution-ary War cannon. Early industry included mills producing wool, flax and grist and in later years the Foster Shoecompany. There are several historical colonial homes in the town of Rowley, adding to its small town New England historical charm.
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