Posted On 30 Oct 2011 By Kimball.
Marion Davis stands besides trees that were cut and dumped on her lawn in 1990 Story and photo by John M Whitson, Union Leader July 13, 1990 Way back when our beautiful scenic highway was just a messy bumpy road (wait is it still?), the citizens of Webster, NH got together and ... Read More
Posted On 28 Oct 2011 By Kimball.
Raymond P. Hurley, 80, died Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, at Pleasant View Center in Concord, after an extended illness. Ray, a graduate of Quincy High School, was born Sept. 19, 1931, in Quincy Mass., the son of the late Helen (McGonagle) and Francis A. Hurley. He is predeceased by his wife of ... Read More
Posted On 23 Oct 2011 By Kimball.
This is a photo from the 1969 Old Home Day Celebration flyer showing the Sweatt's Mills area of the church and Grange Hall. Great to see that Rte 127 (Battle Street) is in such great condition too! ... Read More
Posted On 22 Oct 2011 By Kimball.
PENACOOK, N.H. -- A Merrimack Valley Middle School teacher is facing a felony charge for allegedly attacking another teacher. According to police reports, 52-year-old Rocklin Cavender of Washington was charged with second-degree assault in connection with an alleged assault on another 52-year-old man at Merrimack Valley High School on Oct. 13. Police told ... Read More
Posted On 08 Oct 2011 By Kimball.
And to follow up the previous two drawings posted, here is a photo I took this summer of the Webster Town Offices (lower left) and the Webster Library (above it). I forgot to get a picture from the other side showing the Meeting Hall, but will be back in town ... Read More
Posted On 03 Oct 2011 By Kimball.
Here's another nice note card print showing the Anderson Memorial Church and the Webster Grange Hall separately before they were joined for the new Webster Town Offices, Meeting Hall and Webster Library. I still remember going to kindergarten downstairs in the grange hall, playing stop and go outside, and also doing a ... Read More
Posted On 02 Oct 2011 By Kimball.
Here's a nice copy of the Anderson Memorial Church before it was assimilated into the now Webster Town Offices. Currently it is the main part of the Webster NH Library. This drawing was taken off a note card given to me by my grandmother (Edna Kimball). ... Read More