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New Hampshire in WWI: Heroes of Dublin

I have been writing about the towns in New Hampshire that had reported deaths in World War I, focusing on those places with residents who made the supreme sacrifice. I am making an exception for Dublin, New Hampshire. This is … Continue reading

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Musician and Music Teacher, Orson Lafayette Mason (1849-1923): Descendant of Capt. Hugh Mason in Cheshire County NH

Orson Lafayette Mason‘s very interesting face looks out from a scratched tintype photograph that I purchased on a popular auction site. He wears a stylish hat, and his mutton chop sideburns add to the impressive look. He would have appeared … Continue reading

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Raising a Little Hell in New Hampshire: Dublin’s Doris Ethel “Granny D” (Rollins) Haddock (1910-2010)

“We honor certain people in history not so much for what they did during their turbulent lives,

but for what … Continue reading

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Dublin New Hampshire publisher, Robb Hansell Sagendorph (1900-1970)

A New Hampshire tradition was begun in 1935

“Climb up on some hill at sunrise. Everybody needs perspective … Continue reading

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