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,...
Funeral Homes in New Hampton, NH
C .E. Peaslee & Son Funeral Home was established in the village of Union, NH in 1947, when Clarence E.Peaslee and wife Vera C. Peaslee moved from Providence, RI, to own and operate their own funeral home. Around 1961, they purchased the former...
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...
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Facts about New Hampton, New Hampshire
New Hampton is a town in Belknap County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,165 at the 2010 census. A winter sports resort area, New Hampton is home to George Duncan State Forest and to the New Hampton School, a private preparatory school established in 1821.The primary village in town, where 351 people resided at the 2010 census, is defined as the New Hampton census-designated place (CDP), and is located along New Hampshire Route 132, just south of its intersection with Route 104.
New Hampton Obituaries
It was written on May 5th, 2018 that Violet Allred (Sevon) perished in New Hampton, New Hampshire. Ms. Allred was 94 years old and was born in Lake Worth, FL. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Violet's life.
A winter sports resort area, New Hampton is home to George Duncan State Forest and to the New Hampton School, a private University-preparatory school school established in 1821.
Granted in 1765 by Colony Governor Benning Wentworth, New Hampton was originally known as "Moultonborough Addition" after then-Colonel Jonathan Moulton, who held the position of town moderator. Moulton, who was born in Hampton, New Hampshire changed the name to "New Hampton" in 1777 when it was incorporated. In 1920, the New Hampton Fish Hatchery, the state's oldest fish hatchery, was established in the town. From 1854 to 1870, the institute was affiliated with Cobb Divinity School (later part of Bates College). New Hampton is a New England town in Belknap County, New Hampshire County, New Hampshire, United States.
The official website for the city of New Hampton is http://www.new-hampton.nh.us.
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