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  • August 6, 1694 - Kingston incorporated

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • Kingstown settlers, in 1705, voted a plot of 100 acres on Little River to anyone who would build and operate a mill.

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • The first known tavern in Kingston was licensed to Captain Jonathan Sanbourne in 1706

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • Kingston Plains Cemetery was laid out in 1725

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • The Great 1735 Throat Distemper began in Kingston in 1735 and spread to all the northern New England communities killing some 5,000.
    Many infected children died within 12 hours, and other while sitting up and even playing would fall and expire with their playthings in their hands....Read MORE...


  • 1737 - Kingston - A grist mill was built on Little River

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • 1819 - Kingston Academy founded

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • KINGSTON GENERAL STORE - Constructed by Luther D. Peaslee in 1840

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • 1854 - Kingston
    Kingston, a post-township of Rockingham co., New Hampshire, about 35 miles S. E. from Concord. Population, 1102.
    A New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States: Giving a Full and Comprehensive Review of the Present Condition, Industry, and Resources of the American Confederacy ... Thomas Baldwin (of Philadelphia.) Joseph Thomas January 1, 1854 Philadelphia : Lippincott, Grambo & Company 1854.

  • 1866 - Kingston - The first meeting of Gideon Lodge of Freemasonry was held in the Kingston Town Hall on August 25, 1866

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • 1895 - Kingston - a two story fire house was built by local townspeople behind the Town Hall and facing Depot Road.

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

  • 1895 - Kingston
    Kingston, a post-village of Rockingham co., N.H., in Kingston township, about 30 miles S.E. of Concord, and 6 miles S.W. of Exeter. It has 3...Read MORE...


  • 1895 - Library opens in Kingston
    In 1895 the library trustees reported "A total of 420 volumes, 276 cards given out, and an average of 100 books given out each week."

    It was not...Read MORE...


  • Kingston, New Hampshire, USA
    The Narrows, Great Pond
  • Kingston, New Hampshire, USA
    Kingston Plains looking Northeast
  • Kingston, New Hampshire, USA
    Sanborn Academy
  • In 1941 the Bakie School was built in Kingston

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/



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  • August 6, 1694 - Kingston incorporated

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • Kingstown settlers, in 1705, voted a plot of 100 acres on Little River to anyone who would build and operate a mill.

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • The first known tavern in Kingston was licensed to Captain Jonathan Sanbourne in 1706

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • Kingston Plains Cemetery was laid out in 1725

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • The Great 1735 Throat Distemper began in Kingston in 1735 and spread to all the northern New England communities killing some 5,000.
    Many infected children died within 12 hours, and other while sitting up and even playing would fall and expire with their playthings in their hands.... Read MORE...

  • 1737 - Kingston - A grist mill was built on Little River

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • 1819 - Kingston Academy founded

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • KINGSTON GENERAL STORE - Constructed by Luther D. Peaslee in 1840

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • 1854 - Kingston
    Kingston, a post-township of Rockingham co., New Hampshire, about 35 miles S. E. from Concord. Population, 1102.
    A New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States: Giving a Full and Comprehensive Review of the Present Condition, Industry, and Resources of the American Confederacy ... Thomas Baldwin (of Philadelphia.) Joseph Thomas January 1, 1854 Philadelphia : Lippincott, Grambo & Company 1854.
  • 1866 - Kingston - The first meeting of Gideon Lodge of Freemasonry was held in the Kingston Town Hall on August 25, 1866

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • 1895 - Kingston
    Kingston, a post-village of Rockingham co., N.H., in Kingston township, about 30 miles S.E. of Concord, and 6 miles S.W. of Exeter. It has 3... Read MORE...

  • 1895 - Library opens in Kingston
    In 1895 the library trustees reported "A total of 420 volumes, 276 cards given out, and an average of 100 books given out each week."

    It was not... Read MORE...

  • 1895 - Kingston - a two story fire house was built by local townspeople behind the Town Hall and facing Depot Road.

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/
  • In 1941 the Bakie School was built in Kingston

    http://www.kingstonnh.org/

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