About WPL

The Warren Public Library is an up to date repository with modern library technology and new equipment for public use. A member of the resource sharing network, CWMARS,  the Warren Public Library makes available to patrons the benefits once offered only to large, affluent libraries. The library has an up to date  book collection,  books on CD, DVDs, and music CDs .  The library has Wi-Fi and public computers with internet access.


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  1. I could not find any info regarding Obituaries on your Warren Library website, let me apologize if I missed it. I also could not find an email address to contact the library.

    I am looking for the Obituary for Ruth A (Hansen) Massud who died in Boston 7 April 1937 but was buried in South Warren at the South Burial Ground.

    Can you scan the Obituary or take a pic of it and email it to me? depew.mary@gmail.com

    Thank You Kindly,
    Mary Depew

  2. Does anyone know anything about Henry Sonnenberg who lived in Warren in 1781? He was German and must have deserted during the Revolution. He was a German prisoner in 1777, but I don’t know how he got away. He married Catherine Whitman of Ashburnham in 1781 and the marriage record says he is “of Warren”. thank you

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