2020 Recap: More Remarkable Women of New Hampshire

Photograph of Maude (Gordon) Roby from the “History of the town of Bristol, Grafton County, by Volume 2, Genealogy. Printed by R.W. Musgrove, 1904. photo page 360

Regular readers are aware that my spotlight is often on New Hampshire women’s history. My goal for years has been to write at one article a month that is specific to a? woman with New Hampshire connections, often little known. Each story includes a biography, and at least a partial genealogy. Some stories have been about groups of women with a specific theme. This year I wrote nineteen such stories as follows.

Two stories about my personal matrilineal DNA (to Jane wife of Thomas Walford of Charlestown MA and Great Island/New Market NH
Surprising Discoveries with mtDNA
New Hampshire Matrilineality and Mothers Day

Dr. Anna Parker

“Woman Edison” Inventor: Margaret E.Knight of Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts

Newport New Hampshire’s Early Women Physicians: Freelove (Buell) Nettleton and Mabel (Nettleton) Buell

New Hampshire Women Who Gained the Vote–100 Years Ago and Today

Suffragist, Club Woman, Lecturer, Musician and Poet: Ola Maude (Gordon) Roby of Bristol New Hampshire (1886-1927)

Dr. Anna B. (Dimick) Parker of Gilmanton NH: Physician,Minister, Suffragist, Civic Leader, Club Woman (1868-1931)

100 Years Ago: Anti-Suffrage New Hampshire Women

August 2020: Celebrating a Woman’s Suffrage Anniversary in New Hampshire

Mary (Parker) Stowell

Poultry Farmer, Civic Leader, Oldest Citizen and “Pioneer Woman”: Mary Augusta (Parker) Stowell of Merrimack New Hampshire (1871-1972)

New Hampshire Legislator, Senator, Civic Leader Postmaster and Registered Nurse: Edith (Bumpus) Gardner of Springfield and Gilford (1899-1966)

New Hampshire Author, Poet, Educator, Club Woman f Meredith: Eva J. (Beede) Odell (1852-1928)

New Hampshire Bank Cashier, Club Woman, Civic Leader: Winifred (Lane) Goss of Pittsfield and Dover

Human and Animal Rights Advocate, Cheshire County NH Deputy Sheriff Jennie Belle (Carter) Powers (1864-1936)

Famed Dog Musher, Sled Dog Trainer and Racer: Florence (Murray) Clark (1900-1950) of Lincoln New Hampshire

New Hampshire Tidbits: March 2020 is Women’s History Month

Nellie Fostin Tupper, from One Thousand NH Notables-Colorized

New Hampshire Civic Leader, Woman’s Club Promoter, Suffragist: Nellie Fostina (Tupper) Woodward of Nashua

New Hampshire Tidbits: A Valentine Party, A Poem and Family History

New Hampshire Philanthropist, Civic and Patriotic Leader, Community Benefactor, Mary Ward (Lyon) Cheney Schofield of Peterborough

New Hampshire Senator, Legislator, Farmer, Livestock Breeder and Mail Carrier: Doris M. Spollett of Hampstead

*****ADDITIONAL READING*****

Celebrating New Hampshire Women Through History

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