Towns – Rindge

Rindge, New Hampshire 03461

Rindge, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information

Rindge NHMonadnock region community Rindge NHWelcome to Rindge, New Hampshire. The town of Rindge was orginally granted to soldiers from Rowley, Massachusetts, returning from the war in Canada, the town was known as Rowley-Canada. In 1749, the town was renamed Monadnock Number 1, or South Monadnock. It was incorporated as Rindge in 1768, in honor of Captain Daniel Rindge, one of the original grant holders. Rindge is the home of Franklin Pierce College, and the Cathedral of the Pines, a multi-denominational outdoor chapel.

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Incorporated: 1768
County: Cheshire
Rindge, NH Population:
2010: 6,014

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 42.4459
Longitude: -72.0037

Rindge, NH Local Information
Rindge Police Dispatch: 911

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