MEETINGHOUSE DOCUMENTATION PROJECT


Photographs and Images related to the Jaffrey Meetinghouse




Jaffrey Meetinghouse. Top: as an early version might have appeared. Middle: as originally built. Bottom: As it appeared in ca. 1880.
Source: Cutter's History, opposite page 59.


The original layout of pews. The numbers correspond to the pewholders listed in both the Cutter and the Annett histories.
Source: Cutter's History, opposite page 63.


Sandown Meetinghouse. Referred to in the Annett Town History on p. 187: "The old meeting-house in Jaffrey was of the common form of its period, of which an almost perfect specimen remains in the original town meeting-house of Sandown, New Hampshire."
Source: Robert Stephenson


Rockingham Meetinghouse. Referred to in the Annett Town History on p. 188: "…the meeting-house at Rockingham, Vermont, was nearly an exact replica of the Jaffrey structure…"
Source: Robert Stephenson


Rockingham Meetinghouse. Interior. Referred to in the Annett Town History on p. 188: "…the meeting-house at Rockingham, Vermont, was nearly an exact replica of the Jaffrey structure…"
Source: Robert Stephenson




Commemorative plate featuring the Meetinghouse, drawn by R. P. Hale based on a J. A. Franch photograph,
produced by the Jaffrey Center Village Improvement Society for its centennial in 2006.