Resources on People in Jackson

Garland, Anne

Article on Exhibit & Sale of Anne Garland's paintings At Jackson Historical Society on July 16, 2005. Theme Article

of this body of work was "Fields of Jackson". Includes a brief biography. A copy of the show Catalogue

Garland, Meg

Church rummage sale - November 1977 Article

Article in "Outlook" by Garland on Jackson's Pioneers - 1976 Article

Gile, Flossie Thurston

Scrap book with dozens of photographs, letters, and articles commemorating Flossie's life on the occasion of Book

her 90th birthday.

Article on Conway Daily Sun June 13, 2002. Details of an interview by Peter Case of her many menories of Article

her life as a school teacher in Jackson and Bartlett; her marriage to Omer Gile: their home on Pinkham Notch

Road (Route 16) north of Jackson where

Certificate to Flossie Gile as Volunteer Aircraft Warning Reserve - May 1944 Document

3 photographs of Flossie at Plymouth State College; in Florida - 1928; site of last chance gas station Photograph

Godfrey, Olive

Article in "Mountain Ear" with account of visit to Tip Top House - October 4, 1990 Article

Graves, Donald H.

Donald Graves is Professor Emeritus from the University of New Hampshire where he taught for 19 years. Biography

He has also been a teacher, principal, religious educator and writer. He has written over 40 articles, 19 books

(4 of which were translated into five

Gray, Charles M. & Hattie

Photograph of Charles & Hattie (Chesley) Gray and negative of photograph of Charles - 1940 Photograph

Gray, Jonathan

Genealogy research by Alice Pepper in response to request from Nancy Esley, Evans Mills, NY. Jonathan Document

died October 16, 1861 and is buried in Jackson Cemetery.

Ham Family Genealogy

Brief data on dates taken from Town records and family bible. The Hams lived in the Dundee section of Document

Jackson. The Ham House was built c1825. It still stands, but has been unoccupied for decades.

Harriman Family Genealogy

Data on descendants of Leonard Harriman of New England from New York State Library, and Jackson town Document

records from 1808.

First Harriman born in Jackson was Edmund E. in April 15, 1786. Latest entry is in 1919. Also with details of Document

ancestry in England in the 1600's.

Hayes, B. Frank

Contract dated March 30, 1895 permitting Hayes to cut wood on the property of Henry Heywood & Co. and Document

pay $1.00 per cord.

Howe, Nicholas
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