Resources on People in Jackson

Howe, Nicholas

Article in The Mountain Ear, November 11, 1983 on writings on skiing and recounting activity as Staff Article

Correspondent to the U.S. Women's Alpine Team

Column in "Conway Daily Sun" - December 15, 1998 where Howe mistakenly attacked an innocent party, and Article

Howe's apology published as a letter to the Editor in the "Conway Daily Sun" - December 17, 1998

Howe writes a weekly column in "Conway Daily Sun" - 300th appeared August 25, 1998 Article

Hoyt Family Geneology

Geneology Document

Hurlin Family

Letter dated September 25, 1884 from Henry Hurlin of London, England to his nephew Charles Hurlin in Jackson Letter

Abbreviated geneology of Wiggin Family listing arrival of Captain Thomas Wiggin to Portsmounth, NH in 1631. Document

Jackson descendants include, Pendexters, Trickeys and John Brackett Hurlin.

Journal of Reverend Charles Hurlin covering period of 1852 - 1876. Departure from Liverpool, england with Document

stops in Lyman, Kittey, N. Parsonfield, Limington and Brownfield, Maine. Then Madison, NH and arrival in

Jackson, NH in 1871. Hurlin served in th

Genealogy of Hurlin Family compiled in 1905 by William Hurlin - from 1763 through 1905. Document

Marriage Certificate for John B. Hurlin and Alice T, Wiggin, December 6, 1885. Document

1953 photograph of Alice Hurlin Breen (wife of Ronald W. Hill). Photograph

A chronology of the Hurlin Family's connection with Jackson. Reverend Charles Hurlin was the first to come Document

to Jackson in 1871. Prepared by John Hurlin in July, 2000. Alice Breen Hill, great granddaughter of Charles

lives in Jackson (August , 2000).

Johnson Family Genealogy

First Johnson born in Jackson was John C. about 1810. In later years the Johnson family moved to Harrison Document

and Fryeburg, Maine.

Kelly, Peter E.

Article in Conway Daily Sun, December 22, 1999 reporting Kelly's death on December 21, 1999 with Article

biographical information.

Kimball Family Genealogy

Jackson Town Records show Nathaniel Kimball moving to Jackson in 1826 and died here in 1827 - buried in Document

Black Mountain Cemetery now private property. His gravestone still stands. Town records also show John,

Hezekiak, and Joseph Kimball also owning lan

Klay, Frank

Article in Mountain Ear September 25, 2003 detailing Klay's experiences as a combat photographer in the Article

Korean War in 1952 with the Signal Corps' Infantry Division. Klay, a resident of Glen, NH, still practices

Koeppel, Fritz

Fritz Koeppel arrived in Jackson in December 1990 and purchased The Wentworth. He brings with him much Biography

experience in the hotel industry, having managed hotels for Ritz Carlton and Four Seasons Hotel chains. It is

objective to make The Wentworth the fin

Lord, Fonchen
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