The History of New Ipswich, New Hampshire, 1735-1914: With Genealogical Records of the Principal Families - Charles Henry Chandler. The majority of the book is devoted to genealogy. 'It was decided to insert no family unless two generations of voters bearing that name had resided here.' Family names are grouped alphabetically: Adams, Ainsworth, Ames, Appleton, Bacon, Balch, Ballard, Bancroft, Barr, Barrett, Bartlett, Batchelder-Batcheller, Bateman, Bates, Bellows, Bent, Bigelow, Binney, Blanchard, Bliss, Blood, Bolton, Boyce, Boyden, Boynton, Breed, Briant, Brooks, Brown, Bucknam, Bullard, Burrows, Burton, Campbell, Carr, Champney, Chandler, Chapman, Chickering, Clark, Collins, Conant, Cooke, Cragin, Cummings, Cushing, Cutter, Davis, Dix, Eaton, Edwards, Emerson, Emery, Everett, Fairbank, Faris, Farnsworth, Farrar, Farwell, Felt, Fiske, Fletcher, Foskett, Foster, Fox, Gibson, Giles, Godding, Gordon, Gould, Greenman, Harris, Hartwell, Hassall, Hastings, Heald, Hildreth, Hills, Hoar, Hodgkins, Holden, Horsley, Hosmer, Houghton, Howe, Hubbard, Jaquith, Jefts, Jones, Kidder, King, Knowlton, Lee, Locke, Lovett, Lowe, Mansfield, Mansur, Marsh, Marshall, Melvin, Miles, Newhall-Newell, Nichols, Nutting, Obear, Page, Parker, Perry, Phelps, Pierce, Pillsbury, Pollard, Porter, Pratt, Prentice, Preston, Prichard, Proctor, Ramsdell, Read-Read, Rhoads, Richardson, Robbins, Roger, Rumrill, Safford, Sanders, Severance, Shattuck, Simonds, Smith, Spaulding, Spear, Start, Stearns, Stickney, Stone, Stratton, Sylvester, Taylor, Tenny, Thayer, Tidder, Towne, Tucker, Underwood, Walker, Wallace, Walton, Webber, Weston, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Wheelock, Whitney, Willard, Williams, Wilson and Woolson are all included. Individual entries for male and female descendents include birth, death, marriage and biographical information as available. The history of New Ipswich includes: road development, land grants and boundary changes, education, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, Ecclesiastic development, the New Ipswich Academy, cemeteries and much more. Illustrations, indexed maps and charts listing lot (land) assignments, Ipswich Revolutionary War soldiers and Ipswich Civil War soldiers enhance this section. (1914), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 816 pp.