Springfield, New Hampshire 03284
Springfield, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
The rural town of Springfield, New Hampshire was granted to families all from Portsmouth and led by Captain John Fisher, brother-in-law to Governor John Wentworth. Springfield New Hampshire was first settled in 1769 as Protectworth. Captain Fisher, however, chose to side with Governor Wentworth in loyalty to England, and had all his holdings confiscated by the colonies. When the town was incorporated in 1794, the name Springfield was adopted, a name common to many American cities and towns. There is a Springfield, Vermont, and a Springfield, Massachusetts nearby. Kolelemook Pond is located near the center of town and features a picnic area and small town beach for Springfield residents.
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Springfield Police Dispatch: 911
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