Litchfield, New Hampshire 03052
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Known as Naticook until 1729 when the land was granted as Brenton’s Farm to William Brenton, Governor of Rhode Island and son-in-law to Governor Cranston. Following Brenton’s death in 1749, the land was granted to new settlers, and named in honor of George Henry Lee, Earl of Litchfield. Litchfield was the opposite landing-site of Thornton’s Ferry, originating across the Merrimack River in the town of Merrimack.
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Litchfield Police Dispatch: 911
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