Biographical Sketch of Nathaniel F. Stevens

Nathaniel F. Stevens, a son of James M., and Mary C. (Fogg) Stevens, was a native of Exeter, N. H. He came to Jaffrey in 1862 and located upon a farm on road 55, on Peabody hill. He married Huldah A. Choate, of Sandwich, N. H., who bore him three children, two of whom are now living. He served in the late war as captain of a rifle company, under General Wadley of the state militia. He has been a prominent farmer and cattle dealer, but has now retired from business and is living on the homestead with his son Fred I., who married Dora M. Wellman. His daughter, Fannie Winship, resides in Cleveland, O.



Hurd, Duane Hamilton. History of Cheshire and Sullivan counties, New Hampshire. Philadelphia: J. W. Lewis. 1886.

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