Comments for Cow Hampshire http://www.nuanhuai.cn Blogging about NEW HAMPSHIRE History, Genealogy, Photography & Humor Mon, 12 Apr 2021 19:31:33 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.1 Comment on Merrimack New Hampshire’s Notorious Inn & Owner: Deancroft and Robert W. Dean by Elizabeth H Blood http://www.nuanhuai.cn/2021/04/11/merrimack-new-hampshires-house-of-ill-repute-deancroft/#comment-265920 Mon, 12 Apr 2021 19:31:33 +0000 http://www.nuanhuai.cn/?p=34382#comment-265920 I remember visiting a class mate at this house in the late 50’s or early 60’s. At the time I was told there was once a tunnel to a house across D.W. Hwy. that was once used as part of the underground railway.

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Comment on Merrimack New Hampshire Poet and Author: Hannah Eayrs Barron (1809-1891) by Merrimack New Hampshire’s Notorious Inn & Owner: Deancroft and Robert W. Dean | Cow Hampshire http://www.nuanhuai.cn/2014/04/07/merrimack-new-hampshire-poet-and-author-hannah-eayrs-barron-1809-1891/#comment-265919 Mon, 12 Apr 2021 03:51:04 +0000 http://www.nuanhuai.cn/?p=5286#comment-265919 […] This estate was originally a larger piece of land, and some of this was in various parcels , which were combined and broken up again.? Originally on this site was a home was built by William and Hannah Ayers after 1790. and later rebuilt according to John Bowers’ diary in 1850 [John Bowers diary can be found at the Merrimack Historical Society]. This refers to William & Hannah (Foster) Eayrs. They are also shown on the 1787 Tax List of District 4, Merrimack, Hillsborough Co., NH, and were the parents of Hannah (Eayrs) Barron, Poetess. […]

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Comment on New Hampshire WWI Military: The Nurse Heroes of Franklin by Janice Brown http://www.nuanhuai.cn/2018/03/03/new-hampshire-wwi-military-the-nurse-heroes-of-franklin/#comment-265918 Sat, 10 Apr 2021 19:18:55 +0000 http://www.nuanhuai.cn/?p=22854#comment-265918 In reply to Oliver Steinberg.

Oliver, first thank you for reading and commenting on this blog. I very much appreciate your adding to your family’s story. It seems that you come from a family of great courage and patriotism. You have much to be proud of.

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Comment on New Hampshire WWI Military: The Nurse Heroes of Franklin by Oliver Steinberg http://www.nuanhuai.cn/2018/03/03/new-hampshire-wwi-military-the-nurse-heroes-of-franklin/#comment-265917 Sat, 10 Apr 2021 05:24:14 +0000 http://www.nuanhuai.cn/?p=22854#comment-265917 Thank you for documenting the role of these Army nurses. My grandmother, Annie (Bruce) Ainsworth, was honored by the General Court, as I assume were the other nurses, and perhaps all service members, with a diploma-like printed certificate signed by Governor Bartlett, dated only as “in the year 1919, and of the independence of the United States the 144th.” Her younger sister, Margaret Jane Bruce, who is mentioned in the source article as “Jennie M.” also enlisted as a U.S. Army nurse in W.W. I, but I don’t think Jennie ever got overseas. Their brother William, “unable to meet physical requirements to join U.S. forces,” enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force and served in France. Another brother, John Stanley, belonged to the NH National Guard and took part in Pershing’s pursuit of Pancho Villa prior to America’s W.W. I involvement. In the “Great War,” as a 2nd Lt. in the Yankee Division he was awarded the DSC and Purple Heart. Born in Quebec, he became a naturalized US citizen in 1920, two years after W.W. I.

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Comment on NH Tidbits: Descendants of Merrimack Centennial 1846 Serve on Bicentennial in 1946 by Janice Brown http://www.nuanhuai.cn/2021/04/07/nh-tidbits-descendants-of-merrimack-centennial-1846-serve-on-bicentennial-in-1946/#comment-265916 Wed, 07 Apr 2021 16:52:01 +0000 http://www.nuanhuai.cn/?p=34347#comment-265916 In reply to heatherrojo.

Heather, thanks for reading and commenting. Yes the Nutfield celebrations were wonderful, and in fact they were quite lucky not to have to contend with COVID19 restrictions, as Merrimack is having to do!

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