GreenerPasture.com

Sign In



Add YOUR Family To This Page

History of Milton, New Hampshire, USA

Journey back in time to Milton, New Hampshire, USA

Visit Milton, New Hampshire, USA. Discover its history. Learn about the people who lived there through stories, old newspaper articles, pictures, postcards and genealogy.

Follow us on Instagram     
Milton, New Hampshire, USA

Milton, Strafford, NH

Milton was incorporated in 1802 and is located in the Northeast section of Strafford County. The principal villages, Milton and Milton Mills, combine to encompass twenty-seven thousand acres and has a year-round population of approximately four thousand citizens. Milton is located forty miles from Concord, the state capitol and is twenty miles northwest of the county seat in Dover...

miltonnh-us.com

There is MUCH more to discover about Milton, New Hampshire, USA. Read on!
Where is Milton, New Hampshire, USA?

Not the place you are looking for? Try again!
Search for your ancestors by place

Search for Your Family by Place

To search for a place, specify place name below. Choose name from the list. Then SEARCH.
*Place Name:
  • 1760 - Milton, New Hampshire settled

    www.wikipedia.org

  • Around 1775, The first saw-mill was built by Samuel Palmer at the Three Ponds village, and near where the present dam is located in Milton.

    History of Rockingham and Strafford counties, New Hampshire : with biographical sketches... 1882

  • 1802 - Milton, New Hampshire incorporated as a town

    www.wikipedia.org

  • The Milton Mills manufacturing company was organized in 1837,
    and in that and the following year built their mill, and after running it a few years transferred the business to Durgin & Co.
    History of Rockingham and Strafford counties, New Hampshire : with biographical sketches... 1882

  • 1844 - Milton - In 1844 a cotton factory was built at Three Ponds, and after running it a few months was burned in September 1845, the watchman, Mr. Caleb Varney perishing in the flames.
    This mill was soon rebuilt, but was never put in operation; it being subsequently taken down and carried away.
    History of Rockingham and Strafford counties, New Hampshire : with biographical sketches... 1882

  • 1854 - Milton
    Milton, a post-township of Strafford co., N. H., on the Salmon Falls river, 30 miles E. N. E. from Concord. The village is the present terminus of...Read MORE...


  • In 1873 Henry H. Townsend & Co., erected a mill at the village of Milton for the manufacture of felt goods

    History of Rockingham and Strafford counties, New Hampshire : with biographical sketches... 1882

  • 1875 - school was built for grade and high school students in Milton Mills.

    http://miltonnh-us.com/

  • Milton, New Hampshire, USA
    Main Street looking north
    Postcard
  • 1895 - Milton
    Milton, a post-village in Milton township, Strafford co., N.H., on the Salmon Falls River, and on the North Conway division of the Eastern Railroad,...Read MORE...


  • Milton, New Hampshire, USA
    Milton Shoe Co.
    Postcard
  • Milton, New Hampshire, USA
    The Island
    Postcard


Old Photos, Pictures, Advertisements and Postcards from Milton, New Hampshire, USA


Milton, New Hampshire, USA
Pinterest
Main Street looking north
Postcard

Milton, New Hampshire, USA
Pinterest
Milton Shoe Co.
Postcard

Milton, New Hampshire, USA
Pinterest
The Island
Postcard
Can't handle dairy, but still want milk in your coffee? Try this!



Nutpods is a dairy-free creamer made from heart-healthy almonds, MCT-rich coconuts.

History and News of Milton, New Hampshire, USA

Add History/News
  • 1760 - Milton, New Hampshire settled

    www.wikipedia.org
  • Around 1775, The first saw-mill was built by Samuel Palmer at the Three Ponds village, and near where the present dam is located in Milton.

    History of Rockingham and Strafford counties, New Hampshire : with biographical sketches... 1882
  • 1802 - Milton, New Hampshire incorporated as a town

    www.wikipedia.org
  • The Milton Mills manufacturing company was organized in 1837,
    and in that and the following year built their mill, and after running it a few years transferred the business to Durgin & Co.
    History of Rockingham and Strafford counties, New Hampshire : with biographical sketches... 1882
  • 1844 - Milton - In 1844 a cotton factory was built at Three Ponds, and after running it a few months was burned in September 1845, the watchman, Mr. Caleb Varney perishing in the flames.
    This mill was soon rebuilt, but was never put in operation; it being subsequently taken down and carried away.
    History of Rockingham and Strafford counties, New Hampshire : with biographical sketches... 1882
  • 1854 - Milton
    Milton, a post-township of Strafford co., N. H., on the Salmon Falls river, 30 miles E. N. E. from Concord. The village is the present terminus of... Read MORE...

  • In 1873 Henry H. Townsend & Co., erected a mill at the village of Milton for the manufacture of felt goods

    History of Rockingham and Strafford counties, New Hampshire : with biographical sketches... 1882
  • 1875 - school was built for grade and high school students in Milton Mills.

    http://miltonnh-us.com/
  • 1895 - Milton
    Milton, a post-village in Milton township, Strafford co., N.H., on the Salmon Falls River, and on the North Conway division of the Eastern Railroad,... Read MORE...

Milton, New Hampshire, USA Genealogy

Ancestors Who Were Born in Milton, New Hampshire, USA

We currently have information about ancestors who were born in Milton.

View Them Now (sorted by year of birth)


Ancestors Who Died in Milton, New Hampshire, USA

We currently have information about ancestors who died in Milton.

View Them Now (sorted by year of death)


Ancestors Who Were Married in Milton, New Hampshire, USA

We currently have information about ancestors who were married in Milton.

View Them Now


Updated: 2/10/2020 3:20:42 PM

Are you from Milton? Do you have ancestors from there? Tell us YOUR story!

If you'd like to be contacted by others who have ancestors from Milton, leave a message here!
The comments you read here belong only to the person who posted them. We reserve the right to remove off-topic and inappropriate comments.