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WWI Hero of Manchester New Hampshire: Frederick Parker Perkins (1897-1941)

Frederick Parker Perkins is twice a hero.  He served twice during World War I, first in an American ambulance company before the United States entered the war, and again in Headquarters Company, 77th Field Artillery, 4th Division with the United … Continue reading

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The Hermit of Mont Vernon New Hampshire: Jarvis Smith (1850-1925)

I’d heard the old tales of a hermit that lived in Mont Vernon, New Hampshire but until recently I had not known his name. The story of this solitary man came to light in a series of newspaper posts published … Continue reading

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The Legend of Becky’s Garden: Lake Winnipesaukee’s Smallest Island

A legend often has a basis in real history, and knowing the authentic story does not negate its charm. Such it is for this tale of the tiny ledge of rock and ragged growth that sits in Lake Winnipesaukee known … Continue reading

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New Hampshire WWI Military: Private Theobald P. Cote of Manchester NH (1895-1918)

Joseph Theobald Philias Cote was born 26 July 1895 in Manchester, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire, the son of Joseph & Suzanne (Mullain/Mullin) Cote. His siblings included Alcide Cote [1894-1960 who m. Emelda Plamondon], Rose Alma Cote [who married 5 May … Continue reading

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Franconia New Hampshire’s Indian Head Profile

An enormous stone face peers from a cliff on Mount Pemigewasset, in Franconia, New Hampshire. It sits not far from where its  brother rock, The Old Man of the Mountains, once ruled the valley from his own prominence. The website, … Continue reading

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