2 edition of history of Hampshire found in the catalog.
history of Hampshire
B. B. Woodward
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She died in Hampshire in The fertile valleys of Hampshire's Potomac River tributaries were a welcome sight to the early settlers who longed for verdant, open spaces to satisfy their independent spirit. Carlisle has for many years been prominent in Kane county politics. Fish were abundant and an important source of food for the local inhabitants, but the river, unlike the ocean, could not supply enough fish for a major export trade. The house being completed the next thing to receive attention was a well. Cornwell - 15th Governor evidences the county's involvement in the new State's political life.
Norman, their oldest son, married Eleanor Randall inand lived some time on what is now the Burns farm. James lives at Weatland, N. He married and lived in Old Hampshire several years and then moved to Minnesota. BALL Mr. They lived on their farm on the line between Kane and McHenry for many years. From that time onwards it appears that Exeter maintained one or more elementary schools and a grammar school.
Carlisle was the Hampshire postmaster from until the village was started. They searched the premises and found the barrel of pork. Elijah Doty, of Penn. However, some products, principally coal, continued to come up the river until the twentieth century.
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The daughters married and are living in Western Iowa and Kansas. Edwin W. They were met with firmness by the legislators and the chief citizens of Exeter and forced to disperse the next day.
He married and lived there a few years, when he died of consumption. They first lived in a log house where John Baker's house now stands. Sloan of this place.
Two are Mrs. He lived to a good old age, dying in He rented this for two years and then with wife and son, Charles, moved out of Chicago. The Barrington letters therefore largely overlap the time frame of those to Pennant, but began and ended somewhat later.
Charles lives in the village and deals in coal and hay. Buzzell, of Leaf River, and Olivia is the wife of our genial friend, Geo. Starks and Levi Fowler. Sheridan married a Miss. Brown and his party reached the place where these men lived they saw the wagon had driven into the yard.
Sylvester was a Methodist minister who preached in New York state untilwhen he came to Hampshire. Carlisle was the Hampshire postmaster from until the village was started. Wheelwright had to go into exile in a bitterly cold winter, which had begun in early November.
Widmayer and family came from Germany to New York in Keys and family. Francis in Quebec. The " hermit " was Henry White, dressed to look picturesque. On April 20, Exeter sent Capt. It never had recognized jurisdiction over the whole of the area covered in the Indian Deed, but it did control the area of the present-day towns of Exeter, Newmarket, Newfields, Brentwood, Epping and Fremont.
Nelson married Rowena Thompson.History of Manchester, New Hampshire Manchester is the largest city in New Hampshire and its most important manufacturing center. It is situated on the Merrimack River at the mouth of the Piscataquog, 15 miles south of the state capital of Concord. 50 States and at least 50 Authors Reading Challenge.
NEW HAMPSHIRE. Although this book is not sufficiently comprehensive enough to be THE text for a "History of New Hampshire" class, it would certainly made an excellent second required text for the course/5. Sep 04, · Hampshire History is a voluntary project and is entirely self-funded by the founders who share their interest and share their discoveries about the.
The Primary History Conference is a unique opportunity for primary history subject leaders and others, to network with colleagues in a similar situation as well as with leading members of the primary history community. For further info and easy booking, please see the. The New Hampshire State Library houses approximately titles of published family histories for New Hampshire and New England.
This collection is enhanced by the unique name index to early town records on microfilm (sometimes referred to as the "Sargent" Name Index). May 15, · New Hampshire played a major role in the birth of our nation. From Revolutionary battlefields to individuals of political influence, the Granite State has made an indelible mark on history.
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