Methuen City Hall
Methuen Civil War Monument
Tenney Castle, aka Grey Court.
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Odd Fellows Hall
Terracotta Architectural Detail
Charles H. Tenney
Edward F. Searles
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The Methuen Historical Society (MHS)
is committed to protecting and maintaining the rich historical character of Methuen through advocacy, education, outreach, and the preservation of historical records, artifacts, structures and monuments that are unique to our city. The MHS believes that the preservation of our past enhances the lives of those who live in and visit Methuen today, and for generations to follow.
We appreciate the support of our members and supporters who share our common goals.
Please contact us if you have any questions, comments or if you'd like to know how you
THE TENNEY GATE HOUSE
Home of the Methuen Historical Society and
Methuen Museum of History
Preserving Our Past Together
Methuen Cemetery Inventory Project
Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery
Inventory Complete and Now
Thanks to a dedicated group of dedicated volunteers, this historic Methuen cemetery has been inventoried,
headstones identified and cleaned, and headstones
in need of repair have been identified.
Honoring Methuen's Minutemen
Celebrating July 4th!
with a Reading of the Declaration of Independence
Saturday, July 4 | 10 a.m. Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery
The cemetery is located across from Holy Family Hospital's entrance.
Volunteers read passages from the Declaration of Independence at Meeting House Hill—where it was read in Methuen in 1776. The cemetery will be open to the public.
The public was invited and social distancing protocols werein place.
Attendees are required to wear a mask and observe rules of social distancing.
Read the full Eagle Tribune article here.
Methuen Historical Society
P.O. Box 52, Methuen, MA 01844