Abraham Drake Abraham Drake was born in Hampton, New Hampshire to Abraham Drake and his wife, Theodate Roby.
Benjamin Thompson Sir Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford (in Reichsgraf von Rumford), FRS (March 26, 1753 – August 21, 1814) was an American-born British physicist and inventor whose challenges to establishe...
Benning Wentworth Benning Wentworth (24 July 1696 – 14 October 1770) was the colonial governor of New Hampshire from 1741 to 1766.
Captain Nathaniel Hutchins Capt. Nathaniel Hutchins had as one of Roger's Rangers, seen five years of hard service during the French and Indian War.
Captain Samuel Richards Captain Samuel Richards served in the American Revolutionary war in the 1st New Hampshire regiment under Col John Stark.
Daniel Fowle (printer) Daniel Fowle (c. 1715 – June 1787) was an American printer before and during the American Revolution, and the founder of The New Hampshire Gazette.
Darby Field Darby Field (1610–1649) was the first European to climb Mount Washington in New Hampshire.
David Dunbar (colonel) David Dunbar was a British military officer, a surveyor of the King's woods in North America, and lieutenant governor of the Province of New Hampshire.
David McGregore David McGregore (November 6, 1710 – May 30, 1777), also known as McGregor, MacGregore or MacGregor, was a Presbyterian Minister and Member of the Colonial America Christian Clergy.
Eleazar Wheelock Eleazar Wheelock (April 22, 1711 – April 24, 1779) was an American Congregational minister, orator, and educator in Lebanon, Connecticut, for 35 years before founding Dartmouth College in N...
Enoch Hale Enoch Hale (1733–1813) was born in Rowley, Massachusetts on November 28, 1733.
Enoch Poor Enoch Poor was a brigadier general in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War.
Eunice Cole Eunice Cole (c. 1590, England - October 1680, Hampton, New Hampshire, USA), maiden name unknown, was a woman from the coast of New Hampshire.
Ezekiel Worthen Major Ezekiel Worthen was a New Hampshire native who participated in the American Revolutionary War, French and Indian War, King George's War, and the Siege of Louisburg.
George Vaughan (New Hampshire) George Vaughan (New Hampshire) (13 April 1676 – 20 November 1725) may be best known for being Lieutenant Governor of the Province of New Hampshire for only one year.
Henry Sherburne Henry Sherburne (March 28, 1611 – 1680) of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, landed there June 12, 1632 from London, a pioneer who rose to considerable wealth in pre-independence colonial New Hampshire.
Hercules Mooney Hercules Mooney (1715–1800) was an Irish-born veteran of the French and Indian and American Revolutionary wars.
Hopley Yeaton Hopley Yeaton was the first officer commissioned under the Constitution of the United States by George Washington into the Revenue Marine, which was one of the forerunners of the modern day United States Coast Guard.
Isaac Wyman Isaac Wyman was born January 18, 1724 in Woburn, Massachusetts to Joshua Wyman and his wife Mary Pollard.
James Reed (soldier) James Reed was a military officer in the French and Indian War and the American Revolution, rising to the rank of brigadier general in the latter conflict.
John Wheelwright John Wheelwright (c.1592–1679), was a Puritan clergyman in England and America, and was most noted for being banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony during the Antinomian Controversy, a...
Jonathan Blanchard (statesman) Jonathan Blanchard (September 18, 1738 – July 16, 1788) was an American lawyer, farm owner, and statesman from Dunstable, New Hampshire.
Jonathan Moulton Jonathan Moulton was born in the town of North Hampton, Massachusettes, later called New Hampshire. He spent much of his childhood as an apprentice to a cabinetmaker. In 1745 he won his freedom and left the cabinet making trade.
Joseph Blanchard Joseph Blanchard (1704-1758) was born in Dunstable, New Hampshire (now Nashua) on February 11, 1704 to Capt.
Josiah Bartlett Josiah Bartlett (November 21, 1729 – May 19, 1795) was an American physician and statesman, delegate to the Continental Congress for New Hampshire and signatory of the Declaration of Independence.
Loyalist (American Revolution) Loyalists were American colonists who remained loyal to the British Empire and the British monarchy during the American Revolutionary War. At the time they were often called Tories, Royalists, or King's Men. They were opposed by the Patriots, those who supported the revolution.
Matthew Patten Matthew Patten (May 19, 1719 – August 27, 1795) was an eighteenth-century judge and a resident of Bedford, New Hampshire.
Matthew Thornton Matthew Thornton (1714 – June 24, 1803), was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of New Hampshire.
Molly Stark Molly Stark, née Elizabeth Page, (February 16, 1737 – 1814) was the wife of American Revolutionary War general John Stark.
Moses Leavitt Moses Leavitt was an early settler of Exeter, New Hampshire, where he worked as a surveyor.
Moses Nichols Moses Nichols (June 28, 1740 – May 23, 1790) was an American physician, soldier, and leading citizen of Amherst, New Hampshire.
Nathaniel Folsom Nathaniel Folsom (September 28, 1726, Exeter, New Hampshire – May 26, 1790, Exeter, New Hampshire) was an American merchant and statesman.
Nathaniel Hutchins Capt. Nathaniel Hutchins (October 11, 1742 – January 10, 1832) was one of Roger's Rangers, serving for five years during the French and Indian War.
Samuel Leavitt Lieut. Samuel Leavitt was an early colonial settler of Exeter, New Hampshire, one of the four original towns in the colony of New Hampshire, where Leavitt later served as a delegate to the Gener...
Samuel Penhallow Samuel Penhallow (July 2, 1665 – December 2, 1726) was a Cornish colonist and historian in early American.
Sir John Wentworth, 1st Baronet Sir John Wentworth, 1st Baronet (9 August 1737 – 8 April 1820) was the British colonial governor of New Hampshire at the time of the American Revolution.
Stephen Mack Stephen Mack (June 15, 1766 - November 11, 1826) was a merchant and politician.
Susannah Willard Johnson Susannah Willard Johnson (February 20, 1729/30 – November 27, 1810) was an Anglo-American woman who was captured with her family during an Abenaki Indian raid on Charlestown, New Hampshire in Au...
Thomas Larkham Thomas Larkham or Larcome was an English Puritan clergyman, an early but not permanent settler at Dover, New Hampshire.
Thomas Leavitt (settler) Thomas Leavitt (1616–1696) was an English Puritan who was one of the earliest permanent settlers of the Province of New Hampshire.
Thomas Stickney Thomas Stickney (June 15, 1729 – January 26, 1809) was an American military officer and statesman born in Bedford, Massachusetts.
William Stark William Stark (1724-1776) was the older brother of Gen.