Category Archives: Southwick

Southwick Congregational Church Parsonage (1948)

At 490 College Highway in Southwick is the parsonage of the Southwick Congregational Church. It was built in 1948 in a Greek Revival style that complements that of the 1824 church.

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Cooley Griffin House (1840)

At 476 College Highway, near the intersection with Depot Street in Southwick, is a Greek Revival-style house, built around 1840. In the later nineteenth century it was owned by Cooley Anson Griffin, who married Effie J. Doherty in 1892. In … Continue reading

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Southwick Congregational Church (1824)

The original meeting house in Southwick of 1773, located in Southwick‘s central village, burned in August 1823 and was replaced with the current meeting house, built in 1824-1825. A Federal/Greek Revival structure, the Southwick Congregational Church is considered to be … Continue reading

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The Joseph Moore House (1751)

The Joseph Moore House is located in an area known as the Southwick Jog, a section of the town of Southwick that extends into Connecticut. The house was built in 1751 by Joseph Moore and was lived in by his … Continue reading

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