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Phone Numbers with the (401) 968- Prefix

Area code:401 area code
Usage:Landline Numbers
Carrier:Verizon New England Inc.
Current time:1:35am
All Cities Served:Glocester, RI
All Counties Served:Providence County
All Zip Codes Served:02814, 02859
Map of Glocester, RI

Business and Government (401) 968-XXXX Numbers

Telephone Number Name Address City
401-968-9007 Europa Food Incorporated 2400 Putnam Pike Chepachet, RI 02814
401-968-9015 Waters Conrad L Putnam Pike W Glocester, RI 02859

Residential (401) 968-XXXX Numbers

Telephone Number Name Address City
401-968-2203 Ronald Lemay 160 Walling Rd Burrillville, RI 02830
401-968-2210 B. Parker 10 Money Hill Rd Chepachet, RI 02814
401-968-2222 L. Tomolonis 35 Lost Acres Dr Chepachet, RI 02814
401-968-2238 P. Clifford 131 Sprague Hill Rd Chepachet, RI 02814
401-968-2245 Glenn & Leslie Poitras 25 Airy Acres Dr Chepachet, RI 02814
401-968-9020 David W. Cuff 31 Reynolds Rd West Glocester, RI 99999
401-968-9021 Barbara N. Bates 663 Reynolds Rd Chepachet, RI 02814

The numbers listed above are from Chepachet, RI, West Glocester, RI, W Glocester, RI and Burrillville, RI.

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Glocester, RI

Glocester is a town in Providence County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 9,948 as of the 2000 census. The villages of Chepachet and Harmony are in Glocester. Putnam Pike (U.S. Route 44) runs through the center of Glocester into Connecticut.

Glocester was named for Henry Stuart, Duke of Gloucester Glocester was part of Providence until 1731 when it became an independent town. North Glocester was incorporated as the separate town of Burrillville in 1806. During the American Revolution, Loyalists from Newport were exiled in Glocester to Stephen Keach's farm, including Thomas Vernon, a Tory from Newport, who described Glocester residents in 1776 as:

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