The Waters Funeral Home has proudly served the Concord area since 1884. Family owned and operated, our experienced and compassionate staff of funeral directors can help ease the grief of those who have lost a loved one. We are keenly aware of...
Funeral Homes in Andover, NH
Newton-Bartlett Funeral Home in Newport has been in business since 1876.
David A. Newton established the home at that time and brought his two sons in making it a family run affair as it still is today. Dixi Crosby Newton eventually took over...
For nearly a century, the Wolfeboro community has had several families who have owned and operated what is known today as the Baker-Gagne Funeral Home. Although Wolfeboro’s history dates the beginning of this business back to the year 1891,...
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Facts about the city
Andover is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,371 at the 2010 census. Andover includes the villages of Cilleyville, Potter Place, and East Andover, in addition to the town center. The town is home to Ragged Mountain State Forest and Proctor Academy, a private coeducational preparatory school.
In 1822, an academy was established in Andover, although it would close in 1828. "New Breton" would be incorporated as "Andover" in 1779, the year Phillips Andover was completed. Among those soldiers was their regimental surgeon, Dr. Anthony Emery, a friend of Samuel Phillips, Jr., who in 1778 founded the Phillips Academy Andover Academy in Andover, Massachusetts Massachusetts. Andover is noted for its antique shops, Greek Revival architecture, and two covered bridges.
The official website for the city of Andover is http://www.andover.nh.us.
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