“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire

Clickable Map of Cheshire County, New Hampshire and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Cheshire County, NH (54) Hillsborough County, NH (71) Sullivan County, NH (45) Franklin County, MA (95) Worcester County, MA (355) Windham County, VT (75)  CheshireCounty(54) Cheshire County (54)  HillsboroughCounty(71) Hillsborough County (71)  SullivanCounty(45) Sullivan County (45)  FranklinCountyMassachusetts(95) Franklin County (95)  WorcesterCounty(355) Worcester County (355)  WindhamCountyVermont(75) Windham County (75)
Keene is the county seat for Cheshire County
Fitzwilliam is in Cheshire County
      Cheshire County (54)  
      Hillsborough County (71)  
      Sullivan County (45)  
      Franklin County, Massachusetts (95)  
      Worcester County, Massachusetts (355)  
      Windham County, Vermont (75)  
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1 New Hampshire, Cheshire County, Fitzwilliam — Brigadier General James Reed
In honor and memory of Brigadier General James Reed Born at Woburn, Mass. Jan. 8, 1723 Died at Fitchburg, Mass. Feb 13, 1807 One of the proprietors of Monadnock No. 4, and a founder of this town. A leader in its civil and religious life. . . . Map (db m152116) HM WM
2 New Hampshire, Cheshire County, Fitzwilliam — 99 — Brigadier General James Reed(1722-1807)
This veteran Captain of the French and Indian War, born in Woburn, Mass., settled here about 1765 as an original proprietor of Monadnock No. 4, now Fitzwilliam. After the Battle of Lexington, he recruited several companies to form the Third New . . . Map (db m136527) HM WM
3 New Hampshire, Cheshire County, Fitzwilliam — The 3rd Meeting House of the Town of Fitzwilliam1817
It stands on the site of the second meeting house which was built in 1816 and destroyed by fire nine weeks after it was consecrated. Acquired by the town of Fitzwilliam for use as town hall in 1858.Map (db m152111) HM
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Feb. 25, 2024