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Plymouth, Grafton, NH

Plymouth was originally the site of an Abenaki village that was burned to the ground by Captain Thomas Baker in 1712. This was just one of the many British raids on American Indian settlements during Queen Anne's War. Part of a large plot of undivided land in the Pemigewasset Valley, the town was first named New Plymouth, after the original Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts. Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth granted Plymouth to settlers from Hollis, all of whom had been soldiers in the French and Indian War. Some had originally come from Plymouth, Massachusetts. The town was incorporated in 1763. Parts of Hebron and Campton were annexed in 1845 and 1860.

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  • Plymouth was incorporated in 1763

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  • Courts for Grafton county were established at Haverhill and Plymouth in February, 1773.

    History of Newbury, Vermont... by Frederic Palmer Wells, 1902

  • 1854 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-village and semi-capital of Grafton county, New Hampshire, near the confluence of Pemigewasset and Baker's rivers, and on the Boston ...Read MORE...


  • News 1870 - FIRE IN PLYMOUTH.
    About 9 o'clock Sunday evening a fire broke out in a jewelry store under Cook's Hall Plymouth, and that store and another were destroyed, but the...Read MORE...


  • News 1895 - COLLIDED IN THE FOG. TWO TRAINS MET AND WERE SMASHED ON AN EASTERN ROAD. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT COACHES DEMOLISHED AND SEVERAL TRAINMEN KILLED.
    Plymouth, N.H., Aug. 8. - One of the worst collisions that ever occurred on the White Mountain division of the Boston and Maine Railroad took place...Read MORE...


  • 1895 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-village, one of the capitals of Grafton co., N.H., in Plymouth township, on the Pemigewasset River, at the mouth of Baker's River,...Read MORE...


  • 1906
    Plymouth, a banking post-village, one of the capitals of Grafton co., N.H., in Plymouth township (town), on the Pemigewasset River, at the mouth of...Read MORE...


  • Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA
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  • Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA
    Main St. West from Highland Street, Plymouth, N.H.
  • Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA
    Mary Lyon Hall, State Teachers College, Plymouth, N.H.
  • News 1943 - FLAMES DESTROY PLYMOUTH, N. H. PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
    Plymouth, N. H., Jan. 5 (AP) - Two three-story brick buildings and the Methodist church were destroyed early today in a fire which caused damage...Read MORE...




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Main St. West from Highland Street, Plymouth, N.H.

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Mary Lyon Hall, State Teachers College, Plymouth, N.H.
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  • Plymouth was incorporated in 1763

    www.wikipedia.org
  • Courts for Grafton county were established at Haverhill and Plymouth in February, 1773.

    History of Newbury, Vermont... by Frederic Palmer Wells, 1902
  • 1854 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-village and semi-capital of Grafton county, New Hampshire, near the confluence of Pemigewasset and Baker's rivers, and on the Boston ... Read MORE...

  • News  1870 - FIRE IN PLYMOUTH.
    About 9 o'clock Sunday evening a fire broke out in a jewelry store under Cook's Hall Plymouth, and that store and another were destroyed, but the... Read MORE...

  • 1895 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-village, one of the capitals of Grafton co., N.H., in Plymouth township, on the Pemigewasset River, at the mouth of Baker's River,... Read MORE...

  • News  1895 - COLLIDED IN THE FOG. TWO TRAINS MET AND WERE SMASHED ON AN EASTERN ROAD. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT COACHES DEMOLISHED AND SEVERAL TRAINMEN KILLED.
    Plymouth, N.H., Aug. 8. - One of the worst collisions that ever occurred on the White Mountain division of the Boston and Maine Railroad took place... Read MORE...

  • 1906
    Plymouth, a banking post-village, one of the capitals of Grafton co., N.H., in Plymouth township (town), on the Pemigewasset River, at the mouth of... Read MORE...

  • News  1943 - FLAMES DESTROY PLYMOUTH, N. H. PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
    Plymouth, N. H., Jan. 5 (AP) - Two three-story brick buildings and the Methodist church were destroyed early today in a fire which caused damage... Read MORE...

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