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    VILLAGES of MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
    (Listing from the 1953 Manchester City Directory, with additions)

    Amoskeag: west of the Merrimack River via Amoskeag Bridge
    Bakersville: north Elm Street area near current Bakersville School

    East Manchester: includes all that part of the city south of Lake Avenue and Massabesic Street and east of Belmont Street
    Farmersville: north of Amoskeag Village
    Goffs Falls: at south end of Brown Avenue
    McGregorville: west of the Merrimack River via Notre Dame Bridge, West Manchester
    Manchester Centre: on Mammoth Road, southeast of City Hall (called this because it was the original town center before it was moved to Elm Street).
    Massabesic: Candia Road and vicinity near Massabesic Lake
    Notre Dame: west of the Merrimack River via Notre Dame Bridge, West Manchester; location near the former Notre Dame Hospital, and Notre Dame Avenue.
    Pinardville: the Goffstown end of Manchester, near St. Anselm College; named after Edmond Pinard, a grocer who owned property on the Manchester/Goffstown town line.
    Piscataquog: West Manchester; "Squog” is the nickname given to land on the banks of the Piscataquog River near where it merges with the Merrimack River. At one time a stone arch bridge existed in this area.
    South Manchester: south end of Elm Street and vicinity
    West Manchester: includes all that part of the city west of the river from Amoskeag to Bedford (town) line.
    Youngsville: junction of Hanover Street and Candia Road and vicinity.

 


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