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New Hampshire WWI Military: Heroes of Groton

Groton is a small, bucolic town in Grafton County New Hampshire that includes the village of North Groton. Groton had about 250+ permanent residents during the WWI era (ranging from 319 people in 1910 to 199 by 1920). Of these … Continue reading

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New Hampshire WWI Military: A Tale of Two Castonguay

Two sons of New Hampshire with the surname Castonguay served during WWI in the Canadian Army. They died in service 3 days apart. Their names are engraved on New Hampshire’s Roll of Honor in Doric Hall of the New Hampshire … Continue reading

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Litchfield New Hampshire Gold Prospector, Adventurer, and Father of Alaska: Leroy Napoleon "Jack" McQuesten (1836-1900)

Leroy Napoleon McQuesten, (but usually called Jack) was born on a New Hampshire farm in Litchfield. 

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