Warner, New Hampshire Part 2

 My trip to the Warner Historical Society was very productive. They were extremely helpful and welcoming into the beautiful 1830’s building. If you are lucky enough to spend a few days in Warner, don’t forget to take time to go the “The Barn,” a book loft attached to the Historical Society. Within walking distance is the Library,New EnglandTelephoneMuseum,FirefightersMuseumand a great place to grab a delicious meal with homemade baked goods at The Foot Hills. The town has much more to offer: 2 covered bridges, many 1800 style homes, an Indian Museum, Kersarge Mountain with a beautiful view  and an a geological center of New Hampshire marker by the library. All this in addition to seeing where an ancestor lived.

 If you are looking for information on Jacob Chase and his family, the society has much to offer; photos, births, death, notes and much more. The link below is to the society.

I will have much to offer when I post the Chase Family History.



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