List of people from Dover, New Hampshire
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The following list includes notable people who were born or have lived in Dover, New Hampshire.
Academics and writing
- Joshua James Guppey, Union Army brigadier general during the Civil War
- John Hart, colonial militia officer
- Dan Christie Kingman, US Army brigadier general
- Hercules Mooney, officer and teacher during the Revolutionary War
- Richard O'Kane, US Navy rear admiral
- John Underhill, settler and colonial soldier
- George H. Wadleigh, US Navy rear admiral
Politics and law
- Frank Willey Clancy, Attorney General of New Mexico
- Daniel Meserve Durell, US congressman
- John P. Hale, US senator
- William Hale, US congressman
- Joshua G. Hall, US congressman and state senator
- Maurice J. Murphy, Jr., US senator
- Charles H. Sawyer, manufacturer and Governor of New Hampshire
- Richard Waldron, businessman and the second President of New Hampshire
- John Wentworth, judge and colonial leader
- John Wentworth, Jr., lawyer, signatory of the Articles of Confederation
- Tappan Wentworth, US congressman
- Timothy R. Young, US congressman
- Conor Casey, Major League Soccer player for the Philadelphia Union
- Chip Kelly, head coach for the NFL Philadelphia Eagles
- Cathy O'Brien, Olympic long-distance runner
- Ray Thomas, catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers
- Jenny Thompson, Olympic swimmer; won eight gold medals
- Dike Varney, pitcher for the Cleveland Bronchos
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