Welcome to the Grantham Historical Society website.An important part of the society’s mission is the promotion of the town’s considerable history and helping people to understand its importance.Our website is an essential tool for this purpose.On it you will find our mission, a brief history of the town, news and events, plus links to genealogy, publications, our small but growing library, and membership information.Like the organization itself, the website will evolve over time and will include audio/visual presentations, video and relevant historical publications, much of which we hope to make available for download.Please come back often, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Ken Story, President of the Grantham Historical Society
PLEASE NOTE: The Grantham Historical Society will be closed on Friday, July 4, 2014. We wish everyone a safe holiday and will reopen Friday, July 11.
NHOGA Meeting and Two Cemetery Hikes
SATURDAY, JULY 12
- 10 a.m. business meeting of the New Hampshire Old Graveyards Association
- 10:30 a.m. presentations on Grantham cemeteries
- 12 p.m. brown bag lunch; desserts and drinks provided by GHS
- 1 p.m. walks and hikes to two Grantham cemeteries
We welcome the NH Old Graveyards Association back to Grantham for one of their regular meetings. On July 12, there will be a business meeting in the morning, about 10:30 a.m., which is open to the public. In the afternoon, we have planned two cemetery hikes. Rae Tober and Craig McArt will lead a group to the Dunbar Hill and Littlefield Cemeteries while Ken Story and Dwight Wilder will take another group to the Hill Dale Cemetery. Everyone is invited to join these activities. Meet at the Historical Society Building on 34 Dunbar Hill Road.