4 edition of Early history of Hollis, N. H. found in the catalog.
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New Hampshire Historical Society. Due to the COVID health crisis, the Society is closed to the public. The health and safety of our members, visitors, and staff are of paramount importance to us. We will reopen when it is safe to do so. Just 10 miles northwest of Biddeford-Saco, the town was the summer home of Kate Douglas Wiggin, author of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm among others. See photos. Her house is now the library. Wildfires of wiped out many historic homes, so only about 20% of all houses are older 50 years. The village with most commercial development is Hollis Center, with restaurants, gasoline stations, a food.
History. The first European settlers were Dutch homesteaders in the 17th century. A century later, early in the American Revolutionary War, it was the site of part of the Battle of Long Island, a battle in which the rebel Brigadier General Nathaniel Woodhull was captured at a tavern on what is now Jamaica ll Avenue in Hollis is named after : New York City. The review you are about to read comes to you courtesy of H-Net -- its reviewers, review editors, and publishing staff. If you appreciate this service, please consider donating to H-Net so we can continue to provide this service free of charge. Find H-Net reviews that have the following in .
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History of the town of Hollis, New Hampshire, from its first settlement to the year with many biographical sketches of its early settlers, their descendants, and other residents: illustrated with maps and engravings by Worcester, Samuel T.
(Samuel Thomas), InHollis received its charter from the Royal Governor of New Hampshire, Benning Wentworth, and established the town government. During the fifteen years between the arrival of Anna and Peter and its official recognition as a chartered township, Hollis grew from one family in a wilderness on the fringes of what is now Silver Lake, to.
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Early History of Hollis, N.H. [Worcester, Samuel T] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Early History of Hollis, N.H.1/5(1). Early history of Hollis, N.H. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).Pages: Deacon Ambrose Gould, son of Daniel Gould of Greenfield, N.
H., was born in He married Sussannah Farley, Februand settled at Greenfield for a time, but removed to Mason, N. H., inand to Hollis early inand he was engaged in keeping a country store. He built the Edward Emerson house.
Although this book is primarily the history of the Barron family in Northern LA, it also covers Spearsville, LA history and many of its allied families including some of the Hollis family that are descendants of John Gideon Hollis and his brother Samuel Hollis who settled in.
HISTORY OF SWAN’S ISLAND - The book was written by H. Small and published in Ellsworth, Maine by Hancock County Publishing Co. –reproduction- of pages. The book includes: Aborigines, Purchase, settlement and Land Titles, The life of Col.
James Swan, Early settlers, Gott’s Island, Fishing Industry and Municipal records. 8 ½ x History of Nashua This place, at the confluence of the mighty Merrimack, the meandering Nashua River, including Pennichuck Brook and Salmon Brook, just north of that location where the ancient north-to-south running Merrimack River takes its dramatic northeastern.
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History of the town of Hollis, New Hampshire, from its first settlement to the year with many biographical sketches of its early settlers, their descendants, and other residents. Illustrated with maps and engravings. [Samuel T Worcester].
Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Early History of Hollis, N. H at nd: Worcester Samuel T (Samuel Thomas). Filed under: Hollis (N.H.: Town) -- Genealogy. History of the town of Hollis, New Hampshire, from its first settlement to the year (Boston, A.
Williams & co., ), by Samuel T. Worcester (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. The following is from Worcester's History of Hollis: When Hollis was incorporated, the town tax list comprised 54 families. Bythat number had risen to over families.: ; Intwo of the slaves in New Hampshire resided in Hollis.
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Guide to Weakley County (established ) genealogy, history, and courthouse sources including birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, wills, deeds and land records, Civil War records, Revolutionary War records, family histories, cemeteries, churches, tax records, newspapers, and obituaries.- Arranged in five parts comprised of sixteen series.
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