National Register of Historic Places listings in Strafford County, New Hampshire

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Strafford County, New Hampshire.

Location of Strafford County in New Hampshire

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Strafford County, New Hampshire, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.[1]

There are 45 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including one National Historic Landmark.

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          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 30, 2022.[2]

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Current listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Back River Farm June 22, 1984
(#84003236)
Bay View Rd.
43°08′21″N 70°51′16″W / 43.139167°N 70.854444°W / 43.139167; -70.854444 (Back River Farm)
Dover
2 Canaan Chapel March 11, 1982
(#82001877)
Canaan Rd.
43°12′16″N 71°06′07″W / 43.204371°N 71.101977°W / 43.204371; -71.101977 (Canaan Chapel)
Barrington
3 Cocheco Mills March 26, 2014
(#14000081)
Main & Washington Sts.
43°11′44″N 70°52′23″W / 43.195689°N 70.872933°W / 43.195689; -70.872933 (Cocheco Mills)
Dover
4 County Farm Bridge May 21, 1975
(#75000237)
Northwest of Dover on County Farm Rd.
43°13′14″N 70°56′38″W / 43.220556°N 70.943889°W / 43.220556; -70.943889 (County Farm Bridge)
Dover Over Cocheco River
5 Durham Historic District May 31, 1980
(#80000308)
Main St. and Newmarket Rd.
43°07′47″N 70°55′10″W / 43.129722°N 70.919444°W / 43.129722; -70.919444 (Durham Historic District)
Durham
6 Farmington Town Pound September 2, 1993
(#93000884)
Northwestern side of Pound Rd. 300 ft (91 m) north of the junction of Ten Rod Rd.
43°21′33″N 71°04′49″W / 43.359167°N 71.080278°W / 43.359167; -71.080278 (Farmington Town Pound)
Farmington The pound was built in 1823 by the town, replacing an earlier wooden structure built in 1802, and is one of a few well-preserved pounds in southeastern New Hampshire. It remained in use until late in the 19th century, and was sold into private hands in 1918. It was given back to the town, and is now maintained by the Farmington Historical Society.
7 First Congregational Church January 12, 2018
(#100001963)
400 Main St.
43°23′20″N 71°03′53″W / 43.389018°N 71.064745°W / 43.389018; -71.064745 (First Congregational Church)
Farmington
8 First Parish Church March 11, 1982
(#82001696)
218 Central Ave.
43°11′28″N 70°52′26″W / 43.191090°N 70.873758°W / 43.191090; -70.873758 (First Parish Church)
Dover
9 First Parish Church Site-Dover Point May 27, 1983
(#83001153)
Dover Point Rd.
43°08′26″N 70°50′21″W / 43.140556°N 70.839167°W / 43.140556; -70.839167 (First Parish Church Site-Dover Point)
Dover
10 Forest Glade Cemetery January 17, 2017
(#100000476)
163 Maple St.
43°15′06″N 70°52′54″W / 43.251770°N 70.881796°W / 43.251770; -70.881796 (Forest Glade Cemetery)
Somersworth
11 Free Will Baptist Church November 13, 1980
(#80000310)
Ridge Top Road
43°23′59″N 71°09′33″W / 43.399722°N 71.159167°W / 43.399722; -71.159167 (Free Will Baptist Church)
New Durham
12 Garrison Hill Park and Tower September 11, 1987
(#87001413)
Abbie Sawyer Memorial Dr.
43°12′34″N 70°52′13″W / 43.209444°N 70.870278°W / 43.209444; -70.870278 (Garrison Hill Park and Tower)
Dover
13 Green Street School March 7, 1985
(#85000481)
104 Green St.
43°15′21″N 70°51′46″W / 43.255821°N 70.862880°W / 43.255821; -70.862880 (Green Street School)
Somersworth
14 William Hale House November 18, 1980
(#80000309)
5 Hale St.
43°11′36″N 70°52′29″W / 43.193376°N 70.874858°W / 43.193376; -70.874858 (William Hale House)
Dover
15 Richard Hayes House February 27, 1986
(#86000283)
184 Gonic Rd.
43°15′38″N 70°58′44″W / 43.260556°N 70.978889°W / 43.260556; -70.978889 (Richard Hayes House)
Rochester
16 Jenness Farm March 2, 2001
(#01000206)
626 Pickering Rd.
43°14′36″N 70°56′12″W / 43.243333°N 70.936667°W / 43.243333; -70.936667 (Jenness Farm)
Rochester and Dover
17 Lehoullier Building December 26, 1979
(#79000211)
161-169 Main St.
43°15′31″N 70°51′46″W / 43.258611°N 70.862778°W / 43.258611; -70.862778 (Lehoullier Building)
Somersworth
18 Milton Town House November 26, 1980
(#80000311)
NH 125 and Town House Rd.
43°26′25″N 70°59′06″W / 43.440413°N 70.984938°W / 43.440413; -70.984938 (Milton Town House)
Milton
19 New Durham Meetinghouse and Pound December 8, 1980
(#80000312)
Old Bay Rd.
43°25′25″N 71°07′42″W / 43.423611°N 71.128333°W / 43.423611; -71.128333 (New Durham Meetinghouse and Pound)
New Durham
20 New Durham Town Hall November 13, 1980
(#80000313)
Main St. and Ridge Rd.
43°26′02″N 71°09′55″W / 43.433889°N 71.165278°W / 43.433889; -71.165278 (New Durham Town Hall)
New Durham
21 Plumer-Jones Farm March 23, 1979
(#79000212)
1305 White Mountain Highway (NH 125)
43°27′44″N 70°59′37″W / 43.462222°N 70.993611°W / 43.462222; -70.993611 (Plumer-Jones Farm)
Milton Now the New Hampshire Farm Museum
22 Plummer Homestead June 14, 2002
(#02000638)
1273 White Mountain Highway (NH 125)
43°27′35″N 70°59′33″W / 43.459722°N 70.9925°W / 43.459722; -70.9925 (Plummer Homestead)
Milton
23 Public Market March 7, 1985
(#85000541)
93 Washington St.
43°11′43″N 70°52′31″W / 43.195278°N 70.875278°W / 43.195278; -70.875278 (Public Market)
Dover
24 Queensbury Mill April 10, 1987
(#86003362)
1 Market St.
43°15′54″N 70°51′58″W / 43.265°N 70.866111°W / 43.265; -70.866111 (Queensbury Mill)
Somersworth
25 Michael Reade House February 12, 1980
(#80000314)
43 Main St.
43°11′50″N 70°52′21″W / 43.197222°N 70.8725°W / 43.197222; -70.8725 (Michael Reade House)
Dover
26 Religious Society of Friends Meetinghouse February 29, 1980
(#80000421)
141 Central Ave.
43°11′12″N 70°52′25″W / 43.186667°N 70.873611°W / 43.186667; -70.873611 (Religious Society of Friends Meetinghouse)
Dover
27 Rochester Commercial and Industrial District April 8, 1983
(#83001154)
N. Main, Wakefield, Hanson, and S. Main Sts. and Central Square
43°18′11″N 70°58′34″W / 43.303056°N 70.976111°W / 43.303056; -70.976111 (Rochester Commercial and Industrial District)
Rochester
28 Rollinsford Grade School September 29, 2015
(#15000670)
487 Locust St.
43°13′55″N 70°49′24″W / 43.23187°N 70.82346°W / 43.23187; -70.82346 (Rollinsford Grade School)
Rollinsford
29 Rollinsford Town Hall March 5, 1999
(#99000268)
667 Main St.
43°14′08″N 70°49′17″W / 43.235556°N 70.821389°W / 43.235556; -70.821389 (Rollinsford Town Hall)
Rollinsford
30 St. Thomas Episcopal Church June 7, 1984
(#84003241)
5 Hale St.
43°11′36″N 70°52′30″W / 43.193244°N 70.875007°W / 43.193244; -70.875007 (St. Thomas Episcopal Church)
Dover
31 Salmon Falls Mill Historic District February 29, 1980
(#80000315)
Front St.
43°14′10″N 70°49′05″W / 43.236111°N 70.818056°W / 43.236111; -70.818056 (Salmon Falls Mill Historic District)
Rollinsford
32 Sawyer Building May 23, 1980
(#80000316)
4-6 Portland St.
43°11′47″N 70°52′19″W / 43.196321°N 70.871879°W / 43.196321; -70.871879 (Sawyer Building)
Dover
33 Sawyer Woolen Mills September 13, 1989
(#89001208)
1 Mill St.
43°10′44″N 70°52′35″W / 43.178889°N 70.876389°W / 43.178889; -70.876389 (Sawyer Woolen Mills)
Dover
34 Smith Chapel February 13, 2013
(#13000009)
45 Mill Pond Rd.
43°07′42″N 70°55′27″W / 43.128355°N 70.924292°W / 43.128355; -70.924292 (Smith Chapel)
Durham
35 Somersworth High School September 29, 2015
(#15000671)
17 Grand St.
43°15′44″N 70°52′05″W / 43.26218°N 70.86794°W / 43.26218; -70.86794 (Somersworth High School)
Somersworth Most recently was Hilltop Elementary School, which closed in 2012; misspelled "Somoresworth" on the National Register.
36 Strafford County Farm February 25, 1981
(#81000100)
County Farm Rd.
43°13′03″N 70°56′31″W / 43.2175°N 70.941944°W / 43.2175; -70.941944 (Strafford County Farm)
Dover
37 Strafford Union Academy September 22, 1983
(#83001155)
NH 126 and NH 202A
43°16′07″N 71°07′23″W / 43.268611°N 71.123056°W / 43.268611; -71.123056 (Strafford Union Academy)
Strafford
38 Gen. John Sullivan House November 28, 1972
(#72000089)
23 Newmarket Rd.
43°07′48″N 70°55′05″W / 43.13°N 70.918056°W / 43.13; -70.918056 (Gen. John Sullivan House)
Durham Home of American Revolutionary War General John Sullivan, elected President of New Hampshire
39 Thompson Hall December 6, 1996
(#96001468)
Off Main St., University of New Hampshire campus
43°08′09″N 70°55′59″W / 43.135833°N 70.933056°W / 43.135833; -70.933056 (Thompson Hall)
Durham
40 US Post Office-Dover Main July 17, 1986
(#86002273)
133-137 Washington St.
43°11′42″N 70°52′39″W / 43.195°N 70.8775°W / 43.195; -70.8775 (US Post Office-Dover Main)
Dover
41 US Post Office-Somersworth Main July 17, 1986
(#86002246)
2 Government Way[6]
43°15′33″N 70°52′18″W / 43.259167°N 70.871667°W / 43.259167; -70.871667 (US Post Office-Somersworth Main)
Somersworth
42 Wiswall Falls Mills Site March 18, 1988
(#88000184)
John Hatch Park
South of Wiswall Road just east of the Lamprey River[7]

43°06′15″N 70°57′44″W / 43.1043°N 70.9621°W / 43.1043; -70.9621 (Wiswall Falls Mills Site)
Durham
43 Woodbury Mill March 25, 2013
(#13000156)
1 Dover St.
43°12′07″N 70°52′29″W / 43.201985°N 70.874587°W / 43.201985; -70.874587 (Woodbury Mill)
Dover
44 Woodman Institute July 24, 1980
(#80000317)
182 Central Ave.
43°11′20″N 70°52′28″W / 43.188889°N 70.874444°W / 43.188889; -70.874444 (Woodman Institute)
Dover
45 Samuel Wyatt House December 2, 1982
(#82000626)
7 Church St.
43°11′30″N 70°52′31″W / 43.191667°N 70.875278°W / 43.191667; -70.875278 (Samuel Wyatt House)
Dover

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved September 30, 2022.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Address based on USPS website. Accessed March 27, 2016
  7. ^ Draft NRHP update form for Wiswall Falls Mills Site