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The Manchester History & Genealogy web site is a volunteer project to offer genealogical and history resources for researchers of Manchester NH and area. CELEBRATING THIS WEB SITE'S *19TH* ANNIVERSARY IN 2020.

This is NOT the "official" City of Manchester NH web site. All city business should be directed to http://www.manchesternh.gov/

If you have photographs or other Manchester NH information (such as historical documents, old bibles, etc) that you would like to share, please contact me, and I will give you credit for your photograph or other contribution.

This web site is dedicated to the memories of three amazing Manchester women--my mother Mary, my grandmother, Addie, and my great-grandmother, Mary.


New Hampshire Missing Places - Spring Valley Campground near Lake Massabesic, Manchester (Blog:Cow Hampshire)

John Stark. A Hero For His Time And Ours - NH Magazine

New Hampshire WWI Military: Heroes of Manchester
-- World War One military (army, navy, marine corps) from Manchester NH who were killed, or who died while in service. Biographies, service information and many photographs - on my blog, Cow Hampshire

Manchester NH Athlete, Legendary Skiing Coach and Promoter, Sports Commentator & Hall of Famer: Robert P. “Bob” Beattie (1933-still living) - blog, Cow Hampshire

Manchester New Hampshire’s Professional Wrestler, Restaraunteur, Wild Circus Owner, Amusement Park Operator, Real Estate Investor: John Demetrious Kilonis (1885-1965)
- blog, Cow Hampshire

A Child of The Civil War: Nettie Dimond of Manchester NH (1864-1916) - blog, Cow Hampshire

NH Tidbits: The History of Chicken Tenders, Blog: Cow Hampshire [Puritan Restaurant]

The Father of Labor Day: Manchester New Hampshire’s George McGuire aka Maguire (1857-1913), Blog: Cow Hampshire

The Early History of Manchester New Hampshire’s Hesser Business College (now Mount Washington College) and the Hesser Family - blog, Cow Hampshire


Manchester's Military Squares and other Memorials - blog, Cow Hampshire

Manchester New Hampshire’s Premier Baseball Family: Fred and Robert “Curly” Clement - blog, Cow Hampshire

First NH Lady Century Rider of 1893, Bicyclist, Linotypist: Maud L. (Hood) Center 1874-1958 - blog, Cow Hampshire

Manchester, New Hampshire’s Distinguished Artist, Instructor, Director, Civic Leader: Maud Briggs Knowlton (1870-1956) - blog, Cow Hampshire

Manchester NH’s Wagner Memorial Park aka Pretty Park - blog Cow Hampshire

Manchester New Hampshire Shoemaker, Mechanic, Harley Motorcycle Dealer, Motorcycle Club Founder: Joseph Exilia Forest (1880-1929)

The Darker Side of Manchester NH’s Pine Island Park (from blog: Cow Hampshire)

Lucy Hastings Hospital of Manchester, New Hampshire (from blog: Cow Hampshire)

Illustrator, Lecturer, Social Worker, New Hampshire Politician: Effie Brown (Earll) Slingerland Yantis (1869-1950) - Cow Hampshire blog

Added story: Manchester New Hampshire’s Human Rights Champion, Volunteer, Civic and Community Leader: Vanessa Leah Washington-Johnson-Bloemen (1953-2011) - Cow Hampshire blog

John B. Varick Co. — New England’s Largest Hardware Business in 1915 - Cow Hampshire blog

When Manchester’s NH’s Amoskeag Mill (Almost) Built the World’s Largest Flag


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