Towns – Hill

Hill, New Hampshire 03243

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Hill NHLakes region community Hill NHThe town of Hill, New Hampshire was first granted in 1753 to a group of settlers from Chester, New Hampshire, the town was known then as New Chester. In 1837, the town was renamed in honor of Isaac Hill, a Democrat who served as governor, and as senator in President James Buchanan’s administration. In 1941, the entire village of Hill was moved to higher ground to allow the original land to be used for a Merrimack River flood control project built by the US Army Corp of Engineers.

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Incorporated: 1778
County: Merrimack
Hill, NH Population:
2010: 1,089

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 43.3118
Longitude: -71.4205

Hill, NH Local Information
Hill Police Dispatch: 911

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