The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . OILMAN C, GEORGE. 313 W. Scott Davis, J. W. Edgar W. Stevens, S. S. A. C. Carroll, T. Moses H. Eoby^ J. S. James G. Ela, S. Philip F. Clougli, Chaplain. J. R. Cogswell, Rep. to G. L. Samuel Davis, Marshal. Fred. W. Davis, Tyler. GiLMAN C. George. William George, an English-man, settled at Lynn in 1637. James George is foundin Haverhill, Mass., as early as 1653, Richard in Bos-ton in 1655, and John in Charlestown in 1657. It isprobable that one of these was the ancestor of GilmanC. George, who was a

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The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . OILMAN C, GEORGE. 313 W. Scott Davis, J. W. Edgar W. Stevens, S. S. A. C. Carroll, T. Moses H. Eoby^ J. S. James G. Ela, S. Philip F. Clougli, Chaplain. J. R. Cogswell, Rep. to G. L. Samuel Davis, Marshal. Fred. W. Davis, Tyler. GiLMAN C. George. William George, an English-man, settled at Lynn in 1637. James George is foundin Haverhill, Mass., as early as 1653, Richard in Bos-ton in 1655, and John in Charlestown in 1657. It isprobable that one of these was the ancestor of GilmanC. George, who was a
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The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . OILMAN C, GEORGE. 313 W. Scott Davis, J. W. Edgar W. Stevens, S. S. A. C. Carroll, T. Moses H. Eoby^ J. S. James G. Ela, S. Philip F. Clougli, Chaplain. J. R. Cogswell, Rep. to G. L. Samuel Davis, Marshal. Fred. W. Davis, Tyler. GiLMAN C. George. William George, an English-man, settled at Lynn in 1637. James George is foundin Haverhill, Mass., as early as 1653, Richard in Bos-ton in 1655, and John in Charlestown in 1657. It isprobable that one of these was the ancestor of GilmanC. George, who was a son of James and Hannah(Church) George, and a grandson of Dea. AustinGeorge. Born in Dunbarton, Oct. 10, 1820, GilmanC. enjoyed the advantages of a good common-school,and subsequently of an academic course of study atHopkinton and Franklin. He taught school severalwinters. The family removed to Warner in March,1840, and settled on the farm now owned and occu-pied by Ira P. Whittier. January 23, 1844, Mr. George married Nancy,daughter of Elliot C. and Judith (Sawyer) Badger.H. Maria, Adelaid

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