Recently much talk has gone on about saving the historic Gates Elm Rugg House. Certainly this is a concern. But I would like to bring to your attention something even more historic to the Town Of Framingham and it is the Peter and Sarah Cloyes house on Salem End Rd. I certainly don't have to repeat information about this gem that has falling into disrepair, so I will let others who have already had concerns talk about it.
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It is my hope that if I had to pick priorities for saving any house, my first would be the Peter and Sarah Cloyes house, because without that link Framingham may never had been incorporated as a town for a much later date. Its history is certainly linked to the origination of the Town of Framingham and certainly links itself to a sad but historical event going back to the Salem Witch Trials of 1692.
The Rugg Gates house, even though it is historical, only goes back to the mid seventeen hundreds. The Cloyes house goes back to 1693, 80 + years or so earlier. So it would be of great historical interest for some consideration to be given to this house in some way and put on a red alert for saving and discussion