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Richard P. DeSorgher
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Medfield, Massachusetts

Richard DeSorgher is a life-long resident of the town of Medfield, where he lives with his wife, Julie. A retired 35-year teacher in the Medfield Public Schools, Richard is the Town Historian and very active in the town’s history and government. He is currently employed in the Education Department at the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and Museum and was recently elected to Medfield’s Board of Selectmen.

Selected works by this author:
1 .
This Old Town, Remembering Medfield
We sometimes forget just how old Medfield is compared to the rest of the nation. Founded in 1649, we are the 43rd oldest town in Massachusetts. But what was life here like back when the town was first settled? First, the Colony of Massachusetts Bay was the body that granted land to the town. The town, in turn, made grants to the new settlers. Medfield separated from Dedham and originally included all the land west of the Charles River over to what is today Millis and Medway. Medway would then break away from Medfield in 1713, and Millis would break away from Medway in 1881. read more
by Richard P. DeSorgher ~ 0-7414-9812-X ©2013
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