Acworth, New Hampshire 03601
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First chartered under the name Burnet in 1752 after William Burnet, colonial Governor of Massachusetts and New Hampshire in 1728. However, no settlements occurred under the original charter, so the town was re-granted in 1766 with the name Acworth, in honor of Sir Jacob Acworth, a British Admiral who had Portsmouth shipping interests.
Acworth is a picturesque hilltop community, boasting a church dating back to 1821 featuring a magnificent bell tower, which houses an 1828 Revere-firm bell, graceful Palladian windows and other Federal elements. Villages, places and hamlets include; Crescent Lake, East Acworth, Lynn and South Acworth. The town is located on the southern edge of Sullivan county – part of the Dartmouth / Sunapee Region of New Hampshire.
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