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Stoddard, New Hampshire, USA

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Stoddard, Cheshire, New Hampshire, USA

This territory was first granted in 1752 to Colonel Sampson Stoddard of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, and others as Monadnock Number 7. It was known locally as Limerick before being incorporated as Stoddard in 1774, in honor of Colonel Stoddard.

Colonel Stoddard was appointed to survey southwestern New Hampshire by the colonial government, receiving several land grants for the service. One of his surveying assistants was Benjamin Pierce, father of U.S. President Franklin Pierce. Colonel Stoddard never lived in the town of Stoddard.

The town was first settled in 1768 by John and Martha Taggart, immigrants from Derry, Ireland. Three years later, the Richardson family joined the Taggarts in Stoddard. By 1774, the town had 24 residents...wikipedia



Stoddard, New Hampshire, USA

W. A. Stewart General Store

Stoddard, New Hampshire, USA

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Stoddard, New Hampshire, USA

Town Hall, Stoddard, N.H. Built on the site of the Universalist brick Church.

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1906
Stoddard, a post-village in Stoddard township (town), Cheshire co., N.H., about 14 miles NE. of...Read MORE...


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