Newton Mann (1770-1860)
Industrialist who opened the first cotton factory in New York and ran an Underground Railroad safe house, helping runaway slaves escape to Canada
Continental Army general, speaker of Massachusetts House of Representatives, U.S. congressman and
David Cobb (1748-1830)
eighth lieutenant governor of Massachusetts.
David Daggett (1764-1851)
U.S. senator, associate justice of Connecticut Supreme Court, mayor of New Haven and a founder of Yale University Law School.
John Daggett (1793-1874)
Machinist and salesman who became fifth man to serve as mayor of St. Louis, Missouri.
Commander of 14th Illinois Cavalry during the Civil War, U.S. agriculture commissioner under presidents Johnson and Grant, and agricultural advisor to Japan.
Horace Capron (1804-1885)
Bazaleel Mann (1724-1796)
Eminent physician, prominent Revolutionary War patriot and Attleboro superior court judge.
Prominent politician in Maryland, serving in the state's House of Delegates and Senate, and later as charge d'affaires at the U.S. embassy in Belgium.
Virgil Maxcy (1785-1844)
Robert Weygand (1948- )
Two-term U.S. congressman from Rhode Island.