Nottingham West – Hudson, New Hampshire

John Mitchell, pioneer from Ulster Scotland, was an original settler of Nottingham West, now Hudson, New Hampshire. At that time, Hudson originally was part of Dunstable, Mass. In 1741, it became Nottingham, Mass.; in 1746, Nottingham West, N.H.; and finally, in 1830, Hudson. Many land boundaries were moved in the early years including not only town lines, but state lines.

For more information on the early settlement of “Nottingham West” and what life in those years was like for John Mitchell, please visit the links below.

Webster’s History of Hudson, New Hampshire, 1673-1912 by Kimball Webster

Nottingham West, Hillsborough, NH

Hillsborough County History & Genealogy

Cowhampshire Genealogy Site

Hudson Library & Historical Society

Cemetaries

Linkependium


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Carla is a historical fiction novelist and webmaster. She is also a family historian and has been an adult education instructor of HTML and Genealogy Online. She lives in New England with her family.
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