Plausawa ( c. 1700—1754) was a Pennacook Indian who lived in what is now
New Hampshire. ... During a raid on Epsom, New Hampshire on August 21, 1747
, Plausawa and his companions, Sabattis and ...
23 matches for William French in New Hampshire. ... Try a Public Records search
on William French in NH with Whitepages ... Age: 65+; Current: Epsom NH.
Parker-French antiques and parker french west is the cornerstone antique dealer
of Antiques alley in Epsom, Northwood and Strafford New Hampshire.
Brief Early Historical Look at Epsom, NH ... to the Indian Wars, in fact, by the
French War of 1745-49, there may have been as few as five families still
The Town of Epsom is six miles long, and four and one half miles broad. Epsom
was granted to the tax payers of Rye, New Castle and Greenland in 1727.
Association of dealers and shops located along NH Route 4, primarily in
Chichester, Epsom, Lee, and Northwood. Member directory, map and travel
Historical Sketch of Epsom NH and pageant written by Loella Marden Bunker ...
Following East Street, the history of Epsom from the French and Indian Wars to ...
Finesse Pastries is a gourmet French patisserie located in the heart of
Manchester, NH. We offer a wide variety of classic French pastries, cakes,
Epsom, New Hampshire detailed profile. ... Ancestries: English (21.5%), French (
19.6%), Irish (15.9%), French Canadian (12.0%), United States (7.5%), German ...
May 22, 2012 ... As first generation French Canadian mill workers turned to second and third
generation, Franco Americans outnumbered all immigrant groups ...