Posted On 20 Sep 2011 By Kimball.
Hello all! Okay, bad mood here. I missed out on getting this stereoview card on Ebay tonight at the last second. Anyways, the below photo stereoview is (I'm guessing) of "Eliza Couch and Sons, Webster, NH." I believe she is Mrs Eliza Couch who married to her first cousin Samuel ... Read More
Posted On 04 Sep 2011 By Kimball.
On my recent trip back to Webster, NH I was able to get a bunch of nice pictures of town places. I'm starting off with the William R Pearson Memorial Park monument. The monument shown below can be found behind the Webster Elementary School behind the third base line on ... Read More
Posted On 27 Jul 2011 By Kimball.
Here's a great advertisement for "Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures" featuring Mrs. P. C. Pillsbury of Webster, NH. For those who don't know, Neuralgia is basic muscle pains that most people just take an aspirin for today! Anyone have information on Mrs. Pillsbury??? ... Read More
Posted On 05 Jul 2011 By Kimball.
This is a beautiful picture of Mrs. Vienna D Pearson of Webster, NH from The Society for the Protection of the Old Meeting House (Webster Historical Society) collection. Vienna was the daughter of Henry G and Mary (Plummer) Dodge of Webster. She was born on March 28th, 1853 in Webster and ... Read More
Posted On 12 Jun 2011 By Kimball.
Here is another great old photo of Emerson Hoar. Emerson G Hoar was born on October 11, 1901. He married on October 18th, 1924 to Alice L Keaton. She was born on October 4th, 1901 in South Alexandria, NH. They had two children Elizabeth and Patricia. This is a great old picture ... Read More
Posted On 10 Jun 2011 By Kimball.
Here's a great old picture of Charlie Goodhue Charles Fuller Goodhue was born on December 24, 1854 in New Hampton, NH and died on April 14, 1936. He married on September 1st, 1883 to Martha George of Webster who was born on May 7, 1847 and died December 18, 1941. Both ... Read More
Posted On 31 Dec 2010 By Kimball.
Lee Durgin of Webster, NH has been named Paralegal of the Year by the Merrimack County Probate Court. The NH Court presented the award at a luncheon in Lee’s honor just before Thanksgiving. Durgin has been with Cleveland, Waters and Bass for 43 years. ... Read More
Posted On 10 Dec 2010 By Kimball.
I just found this stereoview while browsing around the internet tonight. The original one is available through the NY Public Library. This Stereoview was taken by C M Couch and is supposedly of "Dr Arey's Group" at some point from 1860 to 1889 (probably Couch's studio years). Anyone know anything about this ... Read More
Posted On 05 Dec 2010 By Kimball.
Charles E. Putney, a farmer of high standing in Webster, NH, is a native of that place. he was born June 10, 1827, the son of Stephen and Sallie (Eastman) Putney. His father, who was born February 12, 1765, was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, serving in 1780 and 1781. ... Read More
Posted On 26 Nov 2010 By Kimball.
Here's another nice piece of Webster, New Hampshire history - an invoice from Arthur C. Call's general store. The store was located on the left side of what is now White Plains road headed towards Blackwater Dam on the left off of Rte 127/Battle St. The invoice is dated ... Read More