Towns – Wilton

Wilton, New Hampshire 03086

Wilton, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information

Wilton NHMonadnock region community Wilton NHWilton started as Number 2, one of the towns on the state’s border laid out in the 1730’s, intended to provide protection against Indian attacks. The town was first granted in 1749, and was regranted in 1762 as Wilton. It was probably named for Sir Joseph Wilton, a famous English sculptor. Wilton’s coach design for King George III’s coronation was later used as a model for the Concord Coach.

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Incorporated: 1762
County: Hillsborough
Wilton, NH Population:
2010: 3,677

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 42.5036
Longitude: -71.4406

Wilton, NH Local Information
Wilton Police Dispatch: 911

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