New London, New Hampshire
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New London is small town jewel in West Central New Hampshire. Nicely situated midway between Concord New Hampshire's Capital on the South -  Hanover home of Dartmouth college to the North - & Claremont to the West, New London can draw from the facilities in each of these larger communities, yet still retain the small town atmosphere it covets. 

The Gazebo in the middle of the Town Green is a symbol of that era long gone by,  when Band Concerts and the Town green were the town's social meeting place.  But even today band concerts are still held on Friday evenings.  

New London is also the home of Colby Sawyer college. The town, up until now, has avoided the urban sprawl of its neighbors. But New London can no longer be termed an undiscovered treasure. In recent years housing developments are altering the simple, laid back, life-style and country atmosphere, as more and folks discover its charm, beauty, and its natural assets. 
From a genealogical viewpoint,  New London anticipated its future long ago, when it began planning, cataloging, and tabulating its residents.  The result is a clear path for those genealogists who claim roots and ancestors among the early settlers of New London.  There are three excellent history volumes that have extensive information available for interested researchers about New London.
New London has a number of sources are available to help  assist you track the local history, and provide sources for locating ancestor information.  Check them out and enjoy your virtual visit to New London.
 

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This site was developed and copyrighted by Clifford L. Coy May 1, 2002. Comments or suggestions are welcome
 

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