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Built in 1801 and used originally as a Masonic lodge, the structure of St. John's Tavern has served since then as a private home and now is being used as the location for a restaurant.
As a young girl, Katherine Sweet Babington hid herself in the local Masonic lodge room tended to by her Grandfather and six Uncles. Over time she learned the secrets of the order; and when caught, was eventually administered the obligations of Master Mason.