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History of Brookline New Hampshire

History of Brookline by Edward E. Parker. Published by the Town, Brookline, NH 1914.

Only those portions of the book referencing the Hobart family have been posted, as well as enough of the surrounding chapter(s) to explain the references.

CHAPTER I.
Topographical and Otherwise.

CHAPTER II.
Old Dunstable.

CHAPTER III.
Brookline Before Its Incorporation.

CHAPTER IV.
The Town as a Part of Hollis, 1746-1769.

CHAPTER V.
Raby.

CHAPTER VI.
War of the Revolution.

CHAPTER VII.
Raby, Continued.

CHAPTER VIII.
Brookline.

CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.
Industries, Early and Late.

CHAPTER XI.
Schools and Other Educational Matters.

CHAPTER XII.
Ecclesiastical History.

CHAPTER XIII.
Ecclesiastical History, Continued.

CHAPTER XIV.
Ecclesiastical History, Continued.

CHAPTER XV.
Ecclesiastical History, Continued.

CHAPTER XVI.
Current Events, Incidents and Happenings.

CHAPTER XVII.
Current Events, Incidents and Happenings.

CHAPTER XVIII.
Brookline in the War of the Rebellion.

CHAPTER XIX.
Current Events, Incidents and Happenings, Continued.

CHAPTER XX.
Railroads in Brookline and a Narrative of the Events Which Led Up to Their Construction.

CHAPTER XXI.
Current Events, Incidents and Happenings, Continued.

CHAPTER XXII.

CHAPTER XXIII.

CHAPTER XXIV.
Town Officers

CHAPTER XXV.

CHAPTER XXVI.
Marriages 1743 --1914.

PART II
GENEALOGIES AND FAMILY REGISTERS
Hobart family    Other families who married Hobarts

And this reference:

On Raby's record book under date of February 15, 1783, appears the following entry: "Voted that Captain Douglass and Waldron Stone have their war credit as on the town's books." In 1778, he removed fromPaddledock into the village; where he established himself as an inn-keeper in a log-cabin located on the west side of the village Main street a few rods northerly of the dwelling house formerly of Jonas Hobart, at the present time of widow Charles N. Corey, and near the stream in the village which was subsequently known as Douglass brook.

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