Celebrating Portsmouth Families for 300 Years T-Shirt

T-Shirt design by Gravestone Artwear, York, Maine. T-Shirt design by Gravestone Artwear, York, Maine.
In 2016, the Warner House will celebrate the 300th anniversary of the house's construction, which began in 1716.  The T-shirt celebrates both the tricentennial, and the spirit of the Warner House families that called the house a home for six generations. The shirt design comes from the only known gravestone of the early house occupants, Sarah Wentworth, infant daughter of Archibald Macpheadris and Sarah Wentworth Macpheadris.  Young Sarah was buried in the Point of Graves in Portsmouth, the oldest cemetery in the state.  Gravestone Artwear of York, Maine, designed the shirt. Order the shirt online or during the season in the gift shop.  All proceeds support the Warner House!    

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