Historic Groton Bank

Stick Style

Groton Bank--History
Groton Bank--Architecture
Groton Bank--Notable People
Groton Bank--Historic House Plaques
Groton Bank--Places to Visit
Groton Bank Historical Association--Activities, Contacts and Membership

Examples of Stick Style Victorian houses on Groton Bank.

Capt Jason Randall House, c. 1890

Capt Jason Randall's house is shown here with its carriage house in hte rear.  He managed, owned and controlled many vessels trading in ice, coal and lumber.  Among his boats were the "Florence Randall" and "Adelaide Randall".  Jason Randall was active in the Groton Congregational Church and was one of six major contributors to the construction of its new church building in 1902. 



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This web site is sponsored by the Groton Bank Historical Association, Inc. (GBHA). GBHA’s objective is to research and promote the history of Groton Bank and to maintain the historical architecture and village character of this area listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  To accomplish this GBHA publishes information about Groton Bank and sponsors several historical-educational meetings annually.