The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . part of Plymouth which isnow Duxbury. This Moses was one of the originalpurchasers of Dartmouth, Mass., and one of the pro-prietors of Bridgewater. Franklin Simonds was born at Lexington, Mass.He left home when 20 years of age, to engage in busi-ness in New Ipswich, N. H. During his residencethere he became acquainted with his future wife (Abi-gail Kimball, of Fitchburg), who was a teacher atNew Ipswich. After his marriage, Mr. Simonds livedat Peterborough, at Drewsville (a village of Walpole),and a

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The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . part of Plymouth which isnow Duxbury. This Moses was one of the originalpurchasers of Dartmouth, Mass., and one of the pro-prietors of Bridgewater. Franklin Simonds was born at Lexington, Mass.He left home when 20 years of age, to engage in busi-ness in New Ipswich, N. H. During his residencethere he became acquainted with his future wife (Abi-gail Kimball, of Fitchburg), who was a teacher atNew Ipswich. After his marriage, Mr. Simonds livedat Peterborough, at Drewsville (a village of Walpole),and a Stock Photo
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The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . part of Plymouth which isnow Duxbury. This Moses was one of the originalpurchasers of Dartmouth, Mass., and one of the pro-prietors of Bridgewater. Franklin Simonds was born at Lexington, Mass.He left home when 20 years of age, to engage in busi-ness in New Ipswich, N. H. During his residencethere he became acquainted with his future wife (Abi-gail Kimball, of Fitchburg), who was a teacher atNew Ipswich. After his marriage, Mr. Simonds livedat Peterborough, at Drewsville (a village of Walpole),and a
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The history of Warner, New Hampshire, for one hundred and forty-four years, from 1735 to 1879 . part of Plymouth which isnow Duxbury. This Moses was one of the originalpurchasers of Dartmouth, Mass., and one of the pro-prietors of Bridgewater. Franklin Simonds was born at Lexington, Mass.He left home when 20 years of age, to engage in busi-ness in New Ipswich, N. H. During his residencethere he became acquainted with his future wife (Abi-gail Kimball, of Fitchburg), who was a teacher atNew Ipswich. After his marriage, Mr. Simonds livedat Peterborough, at Drewsville (a village of Walpole),and at Newport, before coming to Warner. Aftercoming to Warner, which occurred about the year1836, he carried on the cotton factory above Gouldsmills a short time, and was also engaged in trade atWaterloo. He served as deputy sheriff seventeenyears, and two years as representative in the legisla-ture. He also served a number of years as presidentof Warner Bank. His only child, who lived to ma-ture age (Miss Alice Simonds), died suddenly at RyeBeach, a few years before the decease of her father.. o- c-^^^^J HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT. 411 At a legal meeting of the inhabitants of the townof Warner, Jan. 4, 1870, S. C. Pattee acting as moder-ator,— Voted that a Committee of nine be appointed by the Modera-tor to solicit subscriptions towards building a School House, toreport at a subsequent meeting what further sum of money maybe thought necessary to comply with the Will of the late Mr. Si-monds, also incidental expenses of running the school; and thatwhen this meeting adjourn, it adjourn to meet at this place onSaturday ptrevious to the next annual town meeting. The moderator appointed N. G. Ordway, Samuel H.Dow, Henry S. Huntington, Albert Heald, SamuelDavis, W. Scott Davis, Oilman A. Bean, C. G. McAl-pine, and John Rogers for said committee. HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT. At the adjourned meeting, March 5, 1870,— Voted that the town resolve itself into a High School District. The committee app

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