Towns – Groton

Groton, New Hampshire 03241

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Groton NHDartmouth Lake Sunapee region community Groton NHThe town of Groton, New Hampshire was first named Cockermouth in 1761, after Charles Wyndham, Baron Cockermouth and Earl of Egremont, who succeeded William Pitt as Secretary of State. At the time of the original grant, few grantees had taken up their claims, and the land was regranted in 1776. In 1792, a later grantee, Samuel Blood, succeeded in renaming the town Groton after his hometown in Massachusetts.

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Incorporated: 1796
County: Grafton
Groton, NH Population:
2010: 593

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 43.4206
Longitude: -71.5008

Groton, NH Local Information
Groton Police Dispatch: 911

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