Towns – Troy

Troy, New Hampshire 03465

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

Troy NHMonadnock region community Troy NHTroy, New Hampshire was separated from Marlborough in 1815. Troy included parts of Fitzwilliam, Swanzey, and Richmond. A prominent citizen and friend of Governor John Taylor Gilman, Captain Benjamin Mann of Mason, suggested the name Troy. His daughter Betsy was married to Samuel Wilson, famous as “Uncle Sam”, and at that time a resident of Troy, New York. At least seven members to Wilson’s family were living in the town at the time, thus securing the name.

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Incorporated: 1815
County: Cheshire
Troy, NH Population:
2010: 2,145

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 42.4930
Longitude: -72.1101

Troy, NH Local Information
Troy Police Dispatch: 911

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