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Historical sketch of Epsom, N.H Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English. No copyright. No table of contents. Photo copied book. Pages 8 and 9 repeated. Addeddate Call number EP8B Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II Collation 47 p.
26 : HISTORICAL ARTICLES. Dolbeer History of Epsom from Merrimack County History. 35 pages. Early Settlers of Epsom by John Mark Moses from the Granite Monthly Magazine 17 pages. Historical Sketch of Epsom NH and pageant written by Loella Marden Bunker for the th Anniversry of the Town of Epsom in 30 pages.
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Historical Information for Epsom, New Hampshire The town of Epsom, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, was chartered in and soon after, the first 20 home lots began to be settled.
Tracing these early settlers of Epsom evolved over the last decade to encompass this website, home to the Epsom Historical Association. A topographical Historical sketch of Epsom historical sketch of Epsom, New Hampshire A topographical and historical sketch of Epsom, New Hampshire by Curtis, Jonathan, Publication date Topics genealogy Publisher Pittsfield, N.H., Analecta publishing house Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet ArchivePages: A warrant beginning "State of New Hampshire: The Government and People of said State: To the Selectmen of Epsom, in the county of Rockingham, in said State, and issued by M.
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Cyrus O. Brown, formerly a well-known schoolmaster and now a prosperous farmer of Epsom, was born in Kensington, N.H., Augson of Abel and Ruth (Fellows) Brown.
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He was a member of the N.H. Medical Society; member and president of the Central District Society; member of the N.H. Historical Society, and of the Antiquarian Society; a frequent contributor to periodicals; town clerk in Epsom; postmaster ten years; member of the Legislature in ; justice of the peace many years.
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Boston, 49 AMHERST, N. Historical Sketch of, from the First Settlement to the. DOLE7 CILLEY (HANNAH6 PLUMER, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, SYLVANUS3, SAMUEL2, FRANCIS1) was born in Epsom, Merrimack Co., NH34, and died in Epsom, Merrimack Co., NH - æt. 53 yrs 0 m 16 dShe married ROBERT KNOX Decem in Epsom, Merrimack Co., NH, son of WILLIAM KNOX and ELINOR.
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