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Inside the Paine House in Coventry, RI


"Owned and operated by The Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society. A one time Colonial home and Inn, restored and furnished in the period-style.


The Paine house originally was built by Francis Brayton Sr. After his death in 1783 the property passed to his son Francis Brayton Jr. In 1785 Francis Brayton Jr was granted a license to sell spiritous liquors and the house became a house of entertainment, an inn or a tavern. In 1797 it was sold to a Charles Holden and was known as the Holden tavern. Holden heirs sold it to Thomas Whipple April 9, 1849.


On April 25, 1866 the Whipple family sold the property to Phebe Paine and Mary Mathewson (Matteson). Mary sold her half to Phebe Paine Johnson. Through inheritance the property came to be in the Paine family for the next 87 years. Mr. Herbert F. Paine was the last of the family to live in the house and in 1946 after his death it passed to his half-sister Mrs. Zilpha W. Foster. The keys to the house were turned over to the President of the Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society on July 24, 1953 after being left by Mrs. Foster as a memorial to her mother Phebe Paine Johnson and sister Orvilla Paine.


SOURCE: www.matteson.us/painehouse.shtml

www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVOE-KpCl4g&feature=share&amp...

Tags:   pantry colonial paine house tavern historic historical Coventry RI Rhode Island carriage doll dolls rustic old antiques Paine House Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society Inn Francis Brayton Sr New England haunted spooky scray Legend Tripping Frank C. Grace Trig Photography

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Inside the Paine House in Coventry, RI

"Owned and operated by The Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society. A one time Colonial home and Inn, restored and furnished in the period-style.


The Paine house originally was built by Francis Brayton Sr. After his death in 1783 the property passed to his son Francis Brayton Jr. In 1785 Francis Brayton Jr was granted a license to sell spiritous liquors and the house became a house of entertainment, an inn or a tavern. In 1797 it was sold to a Charles Holden and was known as the Holden tavern. Holden heirs sold it to Thomas Whipple April 9, 1849.


On April 25, 1866 the Whipple family sold the property to Phebe Paine and Mary Mathewson (Matteson). Mary sold her half to Phebe Paine Johnson. Through inheritance the property came to be in the Paine family for the next 87 years. Mr. Herbert F. Paine was the last of the family to live in the house and in 1946 after his death it passed to his half-sister Mrs. Zilpha W. Foster. The keys to the house were turned over to the President of the Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society on July 24, 1953 after being left by Mrs. Foster as a memorial to her mother Phebe Paine Johnson and sister Orvilla Paine.


SOURCE: matteson.us/painehouse.shtml"

It's haunted history: www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVOE-KpCl4g&feature=share&amp...

Tags:   pantry colonial paine house tavern historic historical Coventry RI Rhode Island baskets barrels dishes lamps containers rug rustic old antiques Paine House Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society Inn Francis Brayton Sr New England

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Inside the Paine House in Coventry, RI


"Owned and operated by The Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society. A one time Colonial home and Inn, restored and furnished in the period-style.


The Paine house originally was built by Francis Brayton Sr. After his death in 1783 the property passed to his son Francis Brayton Jr. In 1785 Francis Brayton Jr was granted a license to sell spiritous liquors and the house became a house of entertainment, an inn or a tavern. In 1797 it was sold to a Charles Holden and was known as the Holden tavern. Holden heirs sold it to Thomas Whipple April 9, 1849.


On April 25, 1866 the Whipple family sold the property to Phebe Paine and Mary Mathewson (Matteson). Mary sold her half to Phebe Paine Johnson. Through inheritance the property came to be in the Paine family for the next 87 years. Mr. Herbert F. Paine was the last of the family to live in the house and in 1946 after his death it passed to his half-sister Mrs. Zilpha W. Foster. The keys to the house were turned over to the President of the Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society on July 24, 1953 after being left by Mrs. Foster as a memorial to her mother Phebe Paine Johnson and sister Orvilla Paine.


SOURCE: www.matteson.us/painehouse.shtml


www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVOE-KpCl4g&feature=share&amp...

Tags:   Textiles Paine House Paine colonial 1668 historic RI Rhode Island America colonies rustic New England Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society Inn Francis Brayton Sr Frank C. Grace Trig Photography haunted spooky paranormal “Legend Tripping” haunting

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Inside the Paine House in Coventry, RI


"Owned and operated by The Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society. A one time Colonial home and Inn, restored and furnished in the period-style.


The Paine house originally was built by Francis Brayton Sr. After his death in 1783 the property passed to his son Francis Brayton Jr. In 1785 Francis Brayton Jr was granted a license to sell spiritous liquors and the house became a house of entertainment, an inn or a tavern. In 1797 it was sold to a Charles Holden and was known as the Holden tavern. Holden heirs sold it to Thomas Whipple April 9, 1849.


On April 25, 1866 the Whipple family sold the property to Phebe Paine and Mary Mathewson (Matteson). Mary sold her half to Phebe Paine Johnson. Through inheritance the property came to be in the Paine family for the next 87 years. Mr. Herbert F. Paine was the last of the family to live in the house and in 1946 after his death it passed to his half-sister Mrs. Zilpha W. Foster. The keys to the house were turned over to the President of the Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society on July 24, 1953 after being left by Mrs. Foster as a memorial to her mother Phebe Paine Johnson and sister Orvilla Paine.


SOURCE: www.matteson.us/painehouse.shtml


www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVOE-KpCl4g&feature=share&amp...

Tags:   Textiles Paine House Paine colonial 1668 historic RI Rhode Island America colonies rustic New England Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society Inn Francis Brayton Sr Frank C. Grace Trig Photography haunted spooky paranormal “Legend Tripping” haunting

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Inside the Paine House in Coventry, RI


"Owned and operated by The Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society. A one time Colonial home and Inn, restored and furnished in the period-style.


The Paine house originally was built by Francis Brayton Sr. After his death in 1783 the property passed to his son Francis Brayton Jr. In 1785 Francis Brayton Jr was granted a license to sell spiritous liquors and the house became a house of entertainment, an inn or a tavern. In 1797 it was sold to a Charles Holden and was known as the Holden tavern. Holden heirs sold it to Thomas Whipple April 9, 1849.


On April 25, 1866 the Whipple family sold the property to Phebe Paine and Mary Mathewson (Matteson). Mary sold her half to Phebe Paine Johnson. Through inheritance the property came to be in the Paine family for the next 87 years. Mr. Herbert F. Paine was the last of the family to live in the house and in 1946 after his death it passed to his half-sister Mrs. Zilpha W. Foster. The keys to the house were turned over to the President of the Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society on July 24, 1953 after being left by Mrs. Foster as a memorial to her mother Phebe Paine Johnson and sister Orvilla Paine.


SOURCE: www.matteson.us/painehouse.shtml


www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVOE-KpCl4g&feature=share&amp...

Tags:   Textiles Paine House Paine colonial 1668 historic RI Rhode Island America colonies rustic New England Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society Inn Francis Brayton Sr Frank C. Grace Trig Photography haunted spooky paranormal “Legend Tripping” haunting


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