view a biography, click a photo above or on a linked name below.
Responsible for modernizing red wood lumber operations in California,
donated materials for library.
Goss (1820-1887): The section
of Epsom called Gossville derived from this man's influence.
Benjamin Wallace (1817-1900):
Mormon Man of Prominence, a founder of Salt Lake City.
McClary Maj. (abt. 1729 - 1776):
Battle of Bunker Hill, left his plow to become a hero.
C. Doe (1823 - 1898):Local
farmer and Legislator. From Hurd's History
Bickford (1797 - 1879):Lumber
man and farmer. From Hurd's History
Orren Strong Sanders (born Epsom
1820):Early Teacher and later renown Doctor in Boston. From
Hurd's History of Merrimack
John Cate (1733 - 1821):
An article from 1870 Suncook Valley Times about this distinguished
early settler. Related: Two pages from his son Ebenezer Cates
day book with family records: Personal
Tennant (1847-1915) Epsom Businessman, established the Short
Gilman Chesley (1837-1919) Contributed to town affairs and business
Lovering Locke (1802-1883):
Tavern Keeper and prominent member of the NH Militia.
Clark (1817-1878): Ship Wrecked!
Left his home to build a new life for his family in California.
Martin (1801-1863): New Hampshire
Franklin Webster (1824-1916): Benefactor
and founder of Webster Park, Epsom.
Morrill Philbrick (1823-1902):
From Hurd's History of Merrimack and Belknap Countys - farmer and
Martin (1828-1916): From Hurd's
History of Merrimack and Belknap Countys - farmer and 12 year selectman.
Gray Capt.. (1749 - 1822):
An early teacher in the town and revolutionary veteran. From Hurd's
History of Merrimack County.
Elwood O. Wells WWII Pilot - the American Legion Post in Epsom
named in his memory.
Yeaton (1832-1906), successful farmer and citizen
Sanders Jr. (1804-1886) agriculturalist of Epsom, NH
Walter Henry Sanborn (1845-1928) Judge of the Eighth Circuit
in St. Louis and Dartmouth College graduate.