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Cheshire County
New Hampshire

Politicians who were born in Cheshire County

  Cheshire County (no city given): Amasa T. Winch, c.1837
  Alstead: Ezra Kidder, 1781 — Titus Brown, 1786 — Salma Hale, 1787 — Arba Kidder, 1808 — Ulysses E. Fosdick, 1865
  Chesham, Harrisville: Bernard F. Bemis, 1868
  Chesterfield: Alpheus F. Snow, 1818 — William H. Haile, 1833 — Hoyt H. Wheeler, 1833 — Harlan F. Stone, 1872
  Drewsville, Walpole: Charles C. B. Walker, 1824
  Dublin: J. Fred Parker, 1856 — Arthur T. Appleton, 1884
  Fitzwilliam: Frank E. Riley, 1865
  Hinsdale: William Babcock, 1785 — Jacob Estey, 1814
  Jaffrey: Oliver L. Spaulding, 1833
  Keene: John Dickson, 1783 — Thomas M. Edwards, 1795 — Francis B. Brewer, 1820 — Nathan J. Milliken, 1821 — George E. Adams, 1840 — John Jay Philbrick, 1840 — William H. Parker, 1847 — John T. Abbott, 1850 — George H. Bridgman, 1853 — Fred H. Babbitt, 1859 — Philip H. Faulkner, 1883 — Casper C. Bemis, Jr., 1909 — Bernard A. Streeter, c.1932 — Raymond C. Buckley, 1959 — Heather Wilson, 1960
  Marlborough: Rufus Smith Frost, 1826 — Andrew Coolidge Stone, 1839
  Nelson: Luther Wright, 1799 — David A. Felt, 1820 — James S. Taft, 1844 — A. B. Kittredge, 1861
  Packersfield (now Nelson): John Felt, 1798 — Dorman Felt, 1810
  Rindge: Gardner Towne, 1795 — Addison Gardiner, 1797 — Amasa Norcross, 1824 — Morton E. Converse, 1837
  Sullivan: Charles C. Comstock, 1818 — Marcellus H. Felt, 1845
  Swanzey: Elisha Foster, 1832
  Walpole: Davis Carpenter, 1799
  Westmoreland: John Milton Goodenow, 1782 — Martin Butterfield, 1790 — Nathaniel S. Benton, 1792 — Alanson Skinner, 1794 — Avery Skinner, 1796 — Goldsmith Fox Bailey, 1823 — Clinton Babbitt, 1831 — Levi K. Fuller, 1841
  Winchester: Henry Ashley, 1778 — Harvey Jewell, 1820 — Marshall Jewell, 1825 — Louis B. Goodall, 1851 — Leonard Wood, 1860
   See also New Hampshire birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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