Account Of George M. Herring's Life In Farmington.


Account Of George M. Herring's Life In Farmington.


Synopsis of George M. Herring's life from birth in Massachusetts to his move to Farmington and his political and commercial endeavors here. Document is handwritten,







Part of Ellen Bennett collection.

Ellen L. Bennett, age 94, formerly of North Main Street in Farmington, now known as Bay Road, died June 1, 2007 at Riverside Rest Home in Dover, where she most recently resided. Born in Farmington on September 5, 1912, daughter of the late David Parker Bennett and Grace (Leighton) Bennett, she attended school in Farmington and was a graduate of Farmington High School, Class of 1930. Prior to retirement in 1977, she was employed many years for the Department of Probation, State of New Hampshire. She was predeceased by her sister: Mabelle Lee and is survived by her nephew: Denneth & his wife Judith Lee of Barrington and their 5 children: Linda, Eric, Jason, Wendy and William, also 2 great nieces: Michelle & Krista. Interment will be in the family plot at Pine Grove Cemetery in Farmington.


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Unknown, “Account Of George M. Herring's Life In Farmington.,” Farmington Historical Society-Museum of Farmington History, accessed October 24, 2019,

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