Derry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire Educator & Library Trustee: Mary Harriett (Day) Low (1868-1957)

A 36-year-old Mary Harriett Day, also known as “Hattie” peers out at you from this

Mary Harriett Day Low Derry NH teacher

Photograph of Mary Harriett (Day) Low of Derry NH. She was a school teacher and 50 year trustee of the Derry Public Library.

circa 1904 photograph.  She was unmarried at the time the photograph was taken, and probably a school teacher in the Derry-Londonderry area.  Within a year she would wed one of the local men, Benjamin Franklin Low, a prosperous businessman and farmer, with whom she would begin a family.

She had been born in Derry to a farming family.  Her father, Charles H. Day was active in the town, often providing boards for building and repair, cut wood for fires, and in at least one case acted as auditor of the Library’s annual report in 1904.

She appears to have been strongly committed to local education.  A few years after this photograph was taken, in 1908, she became either the first or one of the first female trustees of the Derry Public Library.  She worked as a volunteer trustee, some years serving as treasurer, for an amazing fifty years.  When she died in 1957, the board of trustees reported “suffered a grevious loss,” and offered a “In Memoriam” in the town report, along with a more aged, but still striking photograph of now Mrs. Harriet D. Low. [Note: she appears to have been active as trustee at both the Derry Public Library and the Taylor Library in E. Derry NH].

Though little could be found for a complete compilation of either the Day or the Low families in Derry, I have created a small genealogy about them, based on primary evidence.


John & Sarah (Pengry/Pingree) Day.

Moses & Abigail (Kimball) Day. They married 2 June 1703 in Bradford MA. He was deacon of the First Church of Salem, MA.

Abraham Day, son of Moses and Abigail (Kimball) Day; b. 24 May 1713 in Bradford, Essex Co. MA and d. 2 Dec 1794 in Bradford, Essex Co. MA; he married 25 Jan 1737 in Newbury, Essex Co. MA to Mary Bailey, dau of Joseph & Abigail (Webster) Bailey. She was b. 14 Jan 1718 in Newbury MA and d. 16 Oct 1780 in Bradford MA.  Buried Ancient Burying Ground, Bradford MA
Bradford MA births
DAY, Abraham (Sr.) and Marah, 22 March 1738
Joseph, s. Abraham and Marah, April 16, 1744
Mary, d. Abraham and Mary, Oct 28, 1741
Moses, son of Abraham and Mary, May 27, 1763
Samuel, s. Abraham and Mary, Feb 7, 1746
Sarah, d. Abraham and Mary, June 12, 1757
Children of Abraham & Mary (Bailey) Day:
1. +Abraham Day, b. 22 March 1738 Bradford, Essex Co. MA
2. Mary Day, b. 28 Oct 1741 Bradford, MA
3. Joseph Day, b. 16 April 1744 Bradford MA
4. Samuel Day, b. 7 Feb 1746 Bradford MA
5. & 6.  Abigail Day, b. and died
7. Elizabeth Day, b. 14 Nov 1754 Bradford MA
8. Sarah Day, b. 12 June 1757 Bradford MA
9. Bailey Day, b. 26 Apr 1760 Bradford MA; d. 1825; he m. 5 May 1787 to Hannah Carlton in Bradford MA.
10. Moses Day, b. 27 May 1763 Bradford MA

Abraham Day Jr., son of Abraham & Mary (Bailey) Day, was b.22 March 1738 in Bradford, Essex Co. MA and d. 2 July 1819 in Bradford MA.  He married 12 January 1764 at Newbury MA to Elisabeth/Bette Little, dau of Edmund & Judith (Adams) Little.  She was b. 2 Oct 1744 in Newbury MA and d. 5 March 1777 in Bradford MA, age 32.  He married 2nd) 9 April 1778 in Bradford MA to Sarah Campbell.  She was b. 11 April 1742 in Bradford MA and d. 18 Dec 1819 in Bradford MA. They are all buried in the Ancient Burying Ground in Bradford MA
A historical sketch of Bradford Mass. in the Revolution (including East Bradford, now Groveland); 1895, Groveland Mass; Ambrose and Co. page 30
Sept 19. [1778] It was voted to make choice of a committee of the soldiers that are in the Continental army; accordingly, made choice of Messrs. Nathaniel Parker, Thomas Kimball, Abraham Day Jr., Josiah Bacon and Thomas Webster for the above purpose. [again June 12, 1780 Abraham Day was included in a list].
Marriage Bradford MA
Little, Elisabeth and Abraham Day Jr. at Newbury Jan 12, 1764
Bradford MA births
Little, s. Abraham[jr.] and Bette, Dec 8 1766
Joseph, s. Abraham[jr.] and Elizabeth, June 12, 1776
Lydia, d. Abraham[jr.] and Bette, Jan 24, 1765
Abraham and Sarah
Joseph, s. Abraham and Sarah, Nov 5, 1780
Sarah, d. Abraham[jr.] and Sarah, April 6, 1779
Children of Abraham & Elizabeth/Bette (Little) Day:
1. Lydia Day, b. 24 January 1765 in Bradford, Essex Co. MA
2. +Little Day, b. 8 Dec 1766 in Bradford MA
3. Joseph Day, b. 12 June 1776 in Bradford MA, died young
Children of Abraham & Sarah (Campbell) Day:
4. Sarah Day, b. 6 April 1779 Bradford MA
5. Joseph Day, b. 5 November 1780 Bradford MA; d. 1852

Little Day, son of Abraham and Elizabeth/Bette (Little) Day Jr., was b. 8 Dec 1766 in Bradford, Essex Co., Massachusetts, and d. 21 Oct 1845 in Derry NH; He m1st) 1 March 1791 in Bradford, MA to Sarah Jaques, dau of Daniel & Sarah (Gage) Jaques.  She was b. 20 Oct 1766 in Bradford, Essex Co. MA and d. 21 May 1815, aged 48 in Derry NH.  He married 2nd) March 1817 to Margaret Reed/Reid, dau of John & Catherine (Morison) Reed. She d. 17 May 1821 in Derry NH; He married 3rd) 1821-1821 Margaret Morrison, dau of Joseph & Margaret (Moulton) Day.   They resided in Londonderry NH, all buried in Forest Hill Cemetery. E. Derry NH [Note some sources state he married Margaret Reed 3rd and Margaret Morrison 2nd, but the intention dates contradict that].
From 1810-1820 living in Londonderry NH; From 1830-1840 living in Derry NH
Little Day m. 1 March 1791 in Bradford, Essex Co. MA to Sally Jaques
MA Marriages 1633-1850
Margaret Reed, dau of John & Catherine (Morison) Reed, m. Little Day of Londonderry as his 3rd wife and d. Londonderry NH
History of the Morison or Morrison Family
Descendants of James & William Adams of Londonderry now Derry NH
Margert Morrison, dau of Joseph & Margaret (Moulton) Morrison, married Little Day as his 2nd wife and d. 15 May 1821
Marriage Intentions Londonderry NH
Reid, Margaret and Little Day, March 1817
Marriage intentions Londonderry NH
Morrison, Margaret and Little Day, 1821-22
Little Day, b. 8 Dec 1766 son of Abraham, Elizabeth/Bette
Leonard L. Day, widow
d. 31 March 1875 in Derry NH, age 83 (b abt 1792 in Derry NH)
parents: Little Day, Sarah J. Day
Children of Little & Sarah (Jaques) Day:
1. Leonard Little Day, b. abt 1792 in Derry NH; d. 31 March 1875 in Derry, Rockingham Co. NH; He married March 1816 to Sarah/Sally Nichols.  She was b abt April 1793, and d. 10 Feb 1847 in Derry NH, aged 53 yrs and 10 months, buried at Forest Hill Cemetery in East Derry NH; Farmer residing next door to his brother Daniel in 1850 and 1860. Possibly the parents of Sarah Jacques Day, b, abt 1819, d. 14 Oct 1845, buried Forest HilL Cemetery in E. Derry NH
2. Elizabeth “Eliza” K. Day, b abt 1801 in Derry NH; d. 1873, age 72 at Derry NH; m. abt 1821-1822 to Woodburn Nichols.  Had children: (1) Emeline Elizabeth Nichols, b. abt 1821 Derry NH; m. Samuel Head, and d. 6 Dec 1902 at Danvers MA /  (2) Norman Nichols, b. abt 1829-1830 Derry NH, died 13 Sep 1886 in Groveland MA, who m. Haverhill MA 1 Nov 1855 to Jane O. Renton, dau of Richard & Mary Renton. / (3) Woodburn J. Nichols Jr. b abt 1833, died 12 Aug 1905 in Methuen MA, who m. 15 July 1871 in Lawrence MA to Maria C. Stratton, dau of John & Betsey Stratton; and who m2) 28 Nov 1886 in Methuen MA to Julia A. Abbott, dau of John & Julia (Austin) Abbott / (4) Henrietta S. Nichols, b. abt 1837, who m. Lawrence MA 11 Feb 1856 to John Pettingill, son of John & Abigail Pettingill / / (5) Ellsworth P. Nichols, b. 19 July 1839 Derry NH, d. 12 Oct 1912 Groveland MA / (6) Hellen A. Nichols, b. 1844 in Derry NH, who m. Salem NH 3 January 1869 to Edward L. Emery, son of Joseph P. & Eliza (?) Emery. / (7) Andrew J. Nichols, b. abt 1841, d. 28 May 1883 in Haverhill MA, m. in Haverhill MA 2 Dec 1871 to Alice A. Harmon, dau of Frank & Caroline Harmon.
3. +Daniel J. Day, b. abt 1805 prob Londonderry NH

Deacon Daniel J. Day, son of Little and Sarah/Sally (Jaques) Day, was b. abt 1805 probably in Londonderry NH and d. 14 Jan 1878 in Derry NH; He married 1st) 25 Dec 1828 in Derry NH to Lucy Cross.  She is probably the “Sally Day” who d. 25 Jan 1850 and is buried in Forest Hill Cemetery; He married 2nd, by 1847 to Harriet Calef, daughter of James & Anna (Kimball) Calef.  She was b. abt 12 April 1816 and d. 13 Jan 1896 in Derry, Rockingham Co. NH, aged 79 yrs, 9 months and 1 day. They are buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, East Derry NH.  Called “Deacon” on his tombstone.
Daniel J. Day, b abt 1804 NH, res Derry NH 1830, 1840, 1850
He died 15 Jan 1878 Derry NH, age 73
SON OF Little Day b. Bradford Mass
and Sarah Day, b. Bradford Mass
1850 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Daniel J. Day 46 married farmer 5000 NH
Harriet N. Day 34 F NH
Charles H. Day 8 M NH
Lucy E. Day 3 F NH
–living next door–
Margarett Day 70 F Mass
Ezra Chase 70 M Farmer NH
1860 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Leonard L. Day 69 M Farmer 2000 300 NH
–living next door—
Daniel J. Day 56 M Farmer 5000 1372 [b abt 1804]
Harriet N. Day 49 F Wife NH
Charles H. Day 18 M Farm Laborer NH
James Jamison 42 M Farm Laborer NH
Daniel J. Day, m. 25 Dec 1828 Derry NH to Lucy Cross
Harriett N. Day. d 13 Jan 1896 Derry NH
dau of James Calef & Anna Kimball
Children of Daniel J. & Harriett N. (Calef) Day:
1. Lucy Elizabeth Day, b abt 1847 NH; d. 29 July 1857 aged 10 yrs & 6 months; buried Forest Hill Cemetery, East Derry NH
2. +Charles H. Day, b. 2 April 1841 in Chatham, Carroll Co. NH

Charles Henry Day, son of Daniel J. and Harriet (Calef) Day, was born 2 April 1841 in Chatham Twp, Carroll Co. NH and d. 24 April 1911 in Derry NH.  He married 24 Nov 1864 in Derry, Rockingham Co. NH to Martha Sanborn, daughter of William & Lois (Calef) Sanborn of Hampstead NH.  She was b. abt 29 July 1841 in Hampstead NH [see 1900 US Census]   and d. after 1920 (In 1920 census living with daughter Harriet D. Lowe and family, a widow). He was a farmer and lumberman who can be found in the town reports, often providing lumber and cut wood to the town.  Charles is also listed as an auditor of the Derry Library annual report.
Deacon William Sanborn
History of Hampstead NH, Book 1 of 3
1850 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Hampstead
William F. Sanborn 38 M Blacksmith 2500 NH
Lois Sanborn 29 F NH
Martha Sanborn 9 F NH
Charles F. Norris 21 M Blacksmith NH
1880 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Day, Charles H. W M 37 Farmer NH NH NH
Day, Martha W F 37 wife Keeps house NH NH NH
Day, Mary H. W F 8 dau NH NH NH
Day, John W. W M 3 son NH NH NH
Shotlett, Frank W M 18 boarder works on Farm NH NH NH
1900 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Day, Charles H. Head April 28 1842, age 58 married 35 yrs NH NH NH Farmer
Day, Martha wife F July 29, 1841/2, age 48 , 3 children 2 living NH NH NH
Day, Mary H. dau W F Oct 27, 1872 27 single NH NH NH  SCHOOL TEACHER
Day, John W. son W M June 10, 1877, 22 single NH NH NH  Farmer
Dearborn, Allan, Servant W M Dec 9, 1884, 15 Mass Mass Mass Laborer
1910 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Day, Charles H. Head M W 66 m1x 45 yrs NH NH NH Farmer Dairy Farm
Day, Martha wife F W 67 m1x 45 yrs 3 ch 2 living NH NH NH
–living next door—
Day, John W., Head M W 33 m1x 7 yrs NH NH NH Dairy Farm
Day, Eva N.C. wife F W 33 1 ch 1 living NH NH NH
Day, Ruth E. Dau F W 5 single NH NH NH
Charles Henry Day, son of Daniel D. Day & Harriet
b. 02 Apr 1841 Chatham Twp, Carroll NH
Charles H. Day, b. abt 1842 Derry NH
m. 24 Nov 1864 to Martha Sanborn
Charles H. Day son of Daniel J. Day and Harriet Calif [Calef]
died 24 April 1911 Derry NH
John Walter Day, son of Charles H. & Martha Day
b. 10 June 1877 Derry, Rockingham Co NH
Children of Charles H. & Martha (Sanborn) Day:
1. +Mary Harriett “Hattie” Day, b. 27 October 1872 in Derry, Rockingham Co. NH
2. John Walter Day, b. 10 June 1877 in Derry, Rockingham Co. NH; m. 29 January 1903 in Derry, Rockingham Co. NH to Eva A. Clendenin, dau of Robert W. & Jane N. (Head) Clendenin. They had a daughter Ruth Elizabeth Day, b. 15 May 1904 in NH, and and d. 21 July 2002, who m. 22 Sep 1940 in Derry NH to Lynwood Henry Sawyer, son of Charles N. & Jennie (Phillips) Sawyer.  She is buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, East Derry NH

Mary Harriett Day, daughter of Charles H. & Martha L. (Sanborn) Day, aka “Hattie” was born 27 October 1872 in Derry, ROckingham Co., NH and d. 29 August 1957 in E. Derry, New Hampshire.   She married 15 February 1905 in Derry, Rockingham Co., NH to Benjamin Franklin Low, son of John H. & Mary A. (Wilson) Low.   SEE HER BIO AND PHOTOGRAPH ABOVE.  Benjamin Franklin Low, was born 27 October 1870 [per 1900 US Census] and d. 1 April 1930 in Derry NH. In 1900 he was a clerk (general store) owned probably by Edwin Whitney where he boarded the same year. He later owned a boot and shoe store in Derry NH (in 1916 located at 28 E. Broadway). In 1920 they lived at 4 Lenox Road [now a parking lot]. In addition he was known for breeding and exhibiting prize winning Plymouth Rock chickens.
Mary Hattie Day, b. 27 Oct 1872 Derry, Rockingham Co. NH
dau of Charles H. & Martha Day
Benjamin Franklin Low, son of John H. & Mary A. (Wilson) Low, age 34
married 15 Feb 1905 in Derry NH
Mary Harriett Day, daughter of Charles H. & Martha L. (Sanborn) Day, age 32 [b abt 1873]
Mary Harriett (Day) Low – Death in 1957 Report, Town of Derry NH
29 August 1957 in E. Derry NH
The death of Mrs. Harriet Low was one of regret and sorrow
to the staff of the library. Mrs. Low was a very helpful and
faithful trustee for 50 years.
1957 Annual Report, Town of Derry NH
Library Trustee 1908-1958
The Board of Trustees suffered a grievous loss with the death
of Harriet D. Low. Continuously from 1908 to the time of her
death she served as Trustee of the Derry Pviblic Library. For
many years she also served as Treasurer. As a token of the
respect of the community and in grateful appreciation of these
many years of service, the Trustees insert this page in memory
of her.
Walter Pillsbury
Everton H. Parkinson
Frances Mannarini
Pauline VanScoten
1900 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Whitney, Edwin N. Head M Apr 17 1851 49 married 13 yrs Maine Maine — Merchant
Whitney, Mary A. wife F Jan 16, 1846 53 13  1 ch 1 living NH Mass Mass
Lowe Benjamin F. Boarder M Oct 27 1870 29 single — NH NH  Clerk (general store)
1920 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry > 4 Lenox Road [house a parking lot]
Low, Benjamin F. Head M W 49 married NH NH NH Proprietor, Shoe Store
Low, Harriet D. wife F W 47 married NH NH NH [b abt abt 1873]
Low, Harold D. son M W 13 single NH NH NH
Low, Richard C. son M W 8 single NH NH NH
Day, Martha mother-in-law F W 78 widow NH NH NH
Low, John H. father M W 84 widow NH Ireland
1930 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Benjamin F. Low head 49 NH NH NH  Retail Merchant, Shoe Store
Harriett D. Low wife 57 NH NH NH
Josephine Lyons 45 Boarder NH NH NH
Morris U. Minard 24 Boarder MA Nova Scotia MA
Richard C. Low 19 single son NH NH NH
Children of Benjamin F. & Harriett (Day) Low:
1. Harold Day Low, b 25 July 1906 Derry NH, died Nov 1975 in Broward Co., Florida [SSDI]; he married 11 Sep 1936 in Maine to Lucy Beatrice Eaton.  She b abt 1915 in Port Kent, Maine.  Children: Harold Low b abt 1933 MA;, Phillip Low b abt 1935 MA; Beatrice Ruth Low, b. 9 Oct 1939 Derry NH; In 1940 residing in Derry NH, dealer in electrical appliances, own business.
2. Richard C. Low, b. 25 March 1911 in Derry NH and d. 24 August 2000 in NH; married 17 June 1935 in Durham NH to Elizabeth R. Mecklem, dau of Norman J. & Emily (Corliss) Mecklem; resided at 84 E. Broadway in Derry [1980, 1993], at 36 Warren Street in Concord NH; then later in Bow, Merrimack Co. NH


John Low, son of George & Catherine Low/Lowe, b. abt 1803 Ireland; d. 6 July 1870 in Derry NH; He married by 1830 to Mary P. Boynton.  She was b. abt 1802 in MA, and d. 1874.  In 1840-1850 living in Derry, Rockingham Co. NH.
1850 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
John Low 47 Ireland
Mary Low 48 Ms [Massachusetts]
Sarah A. Low 20 NY
Cathrine Low 18 Ms
John H. Low 14 NH
Siriah Low 11 NH
Hannah J. Low 10 NH
1860 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Low, John 66 M W Farmer 2000 300 Ireland
Low, Mary B. 67 F W Keeping House Massachusetts
1870 US Census > NH > Rockingham > Derry
Low, John 66 M W Farmer 2000, 300, Ireland
Low, Mary b. 67 F W Keeping House Massachusetts
—living next door–
Tilton, Horace 33 M W works in shoe manufacture 150 NH
Tilton, Saria, 30 F W keeping House NH
Tilton, Harrison 11 M W at home NH
Tilton, Mary E. 4 F W at home NH
Tilton, Martha J. 2 F W at home NH
Tilton, Hattie 6/12 F W NH September
–living next door–
Low, John H. 35 M W works in shoe manufactory 2000 450 NH
Low, Mary A. 32 W Keeping House NH
Low, Edwin W. 6 M W at home NH
Low, Frederick S. 4 M W at home NH
Low, John N. 2 M W at home NH
Low, Mary S 1 F W at home NH
Children of John & Mary P. (Boynton) Low:
1. George M. Lowe, b 1817, d. 1850, buried Forest Hill Cemetery, E. Derry NH [?? Find A Grave indicated he is a son of John & Mary but it seems too early, perhaps a brother?]
2. Sarah A. Low, b abt 1830 in NY
3. Catherine Low, b abt 1832 MA
4. Mary P. Lowe, b. 1833, d. 1835
5. +John H. Low, b. 9 Oct 1835 NH
6. David B. Lowe, b. 1838, d. 1839, buried Forest Hill Cemetery, E. Derry NH
7. Siriah “Saria”/Sara Low, b abt 1839 Derry NH, d. 1908; m. 22 May 1858 in Haverhill MA to Horace Tilton, son of Jonathan & Polly Tilton. He was b. abt 1833 in Andover NH and d. 1913. Their marriage record indicates he was a shoemaker. Buried Forest Hill Cemetery, E. Derry NH
8. Hannah J. Low, b abt 1840 NH

John Henry Low, son of John & Mary P.(Boynton) Low, was b. 9 Oct 1835 in Derry NH, d. 12 Feb 1920 in Londonderry NH; m. 23 Nov 1859 in Derry NH to Mary A. Wilson, dau of Samuel 2nd & Naomi/Noria (Anderson) Wilson.  She was b. 20 Oct 1838 in Derry NH and d. 13 Dec 1911 in Derry NH.  According to his marriage record, he was a shoemaker.  Resided 4 Mt. Pleasant Street.  They are buried Forest Hills Cemetery. He was a Civil War veteran, enlisted Company F., 1st Cavalry, see his tombstone for more details.
Marriage John H. Low to Mary A. Wilson
Children of John &. & Mary A. (Wilson) Low:
1. George H. Low, b. 1860, d. 1861, buried Forest Hill Cemetery, E. Derry NH
2. Alice E. Low, b 1862, d. 1866, buried Forest Hill Cemetery, E. Derry NH
3. Edwin H. Low, b. Oct 1863 Derry NH
4. John W. Low, b. 28 May 1867 Derry NH.
5. Mary Elizabeth N. Low, b. 3 Apr 1868 Derry, Rockingham Co., NH; m. 1 Sep 1904 in Goffstown NH to George E. Ela, son of Edward P. & Isabelle (Gregg) Ela
6. +Benjamin Franklin Low, b. 27 Oct 1870 in Derry NH [SEE ABOVE]
7. Frederick S. Low, b abt 1871 Derry NH; m. 18 Jan 1898 at Windham NH to Grace I. Davis, dau of Charles H. & Susan L.; he m2) 30 July 1910 in Derry NH to Ethel H. Bloomfield, dau of Samuel & Sarah (Hamilton) Bloomfield
8. Jennie/Jane Frances Low, b. abt 1873 Derry NH; m. 27 June 1901 E. Derry NH to Love E. Frost, son of Joseph A. & Dell P. (Alford) Frost.
9. Charles A. Low, b. abt 1874, d. 4 July 1898 Derry NH, age 24, single; buried Forest Hills Cemetery, E. Derry NH
10. Joseph Henry Low, b. 22 Oct 1875 Derry NH
11. Martha Washington Low, b 22 Feb 1877 Derry NH
12. Willis A. Low, b. 22 Aug 1878 Derry NH; d. 4 February 1902 Derry NH
13. James Erving Low, b. 21 Dec 1879 Derry NH; m. 27 June 1906 in Haverhill MA to Marie Louise Fleming, dau of Charles L. & Julia (Barclay) Fleming
(Nichols) Davis
14. Arthur Garfield Low, b. 4 Apr 1881 Derry NH; m. 15 Dec 1905 at Stratham, Rockingham Co. NH to Lena Florence Pearson, dau of Samuel M. & Georgianna (Harris) Pearson

1. Photograph of Harriet Day Low, purchased on Ebay by author, Janice W. Brown. Pencil and pen inscription on back, probably written at two different times: “1904 M.H. Day, now Low. Died 1956 August, Derry NH was teacher.”
2. Annual Reports of the Town of Derry, New Hampshire; various, at Internet Archive, links provided here-in;
3. FamilySearch Historic Record Collection, various, see links;
4. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850
5. Find-A-Grave, various tombstones;
6. Vital Records of Londonderry NH;


Photograph of students at Derry NH [via FLickr: Derry Public Library photo]

Historic Postcards of Derry Public Library

Photograph of Londonderry school in 1908


Update August 30, 2013:  The original photograph has been donated to the Derry Historical Museum.

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