Wakefield, New Hampshire 03887
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Settled by colonists from Dover and Somersworth, this town went through the names Ham’s-town, East-town, and Watertown before it was incorporated as Wakefield in 1774. Wakefield in Yorkshire, England, was the location of Wentworth Castle, the home of Wentworth ancestors. Wakefield includes the villages of East Wakefield, North Wakefield, Union Village and Sanbornville. The Wakefield-Brookfield Historical Society building is located here. The Wakefield Inn, built in 1804 is located in the village. Wakefield features 12 lakes and a golf course.
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