The Samuel Casey House

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The Samuel Casey House. – Samuel Casey, Jr., was a goldsmith. He lived in a large gabled-roofed house opposite the Updike house on Kingston Hill, and now standing and used as a tenant house. It is claimed that he used to make counterfeit money in his garret, and when the house was repaired years afterwards the dies were found under the rafters. Who has them now, or whether they are in existence we know not.
SOURCE:  Page(s): 60; The Narragansett, Volume 1. July, 1882  Number 1
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