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Historical Markers in Greenland, New Hampshire
Brentwood is the county seat for Rockingham County
Greenland is in Rockingham County Rockingham County (137) ► ADJACENT TO ROCKINGHAM COUNTY Hillsborough County (38) ► Merrimack County (122) ► Strafford County (40) ► York County, Maine (134) ► Essex County, Massachusetts (279) ►
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In the year 1675, John Johnson was granted a tavern keeper's license. He resided and operated the tavern where the roads meet from Portsmouth, Exeter, and Hampton, at today's 480 Portsmouth Avenue. This is the house immediately in front of you. . . . — — Map (db m186250) HM
Pastors 1707 - 1917
William Allen, 1707 - 1760 •
Samuel McClintock, D.D., 1756 - 1804 •
James Armstrong Neal, 1805 - 1808 •
Ephraim Abbott, 1813 - 1828 • . . . — — Map (db m186248) HM
On Sept. 1, 1824, General Lafayette was received by the citizens of Greenland at a triumphal arch erected in front of the local hotel. — — Map (db m186251) HM
Feb. 5, 2023