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More About Windham New Hampshire
Windham NH was initially home to the Pawtucket Indians. The area was first settled in 1719 by Scottish immigrants. It was formally known as “Nutfield” when the region included Derry and Londonderry, which are now neighboring towns to Windham.
In 1721, the first settlers petitioned for a separate community, and in 1742, their request was approved by Governor Benning Wentworth, who was the colonial governor of New Hampshire at the time. Windham was the second town commissioned by Governor Benning Wentworth. The town was originally a parish of Londonderry, and speculations say its name “Windham” was culled from Windham in Ireland or Sir Charles Windham, a member of Parliament from 1734 – 1750 and a good friend to the serving governor. Windham is situated in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, and it is considered a residential community. On its vast landscape lies a good number of historic landmarks.
The Searles School, Searles Castle, the Town Centre, and the Armstrong Memorial Building are located in Windham. Edward F. Searles, who was an interior decorator and antique collector, designed the Searles Castle, one of Windham’s most prominent landmarks. The architecture was modeled by Henry Vaughn, who tried to mirror the style of the Stanton Harcourt Manor in England. The structure was completed in 1915. It is open to the public for rentals. Another historic landmark is the plaque constructed by Mr. Searles in honor of Governor Samuel Dinsmoor. It is located on Jenny’s hill, a few meters from his birthplace.
What to do or see in Windham, NH
Windham has several spaces designated for recreational purposes ranging from parks to locations for biking, bowling, fishing, golf and waterfront resorts. Windham has a town beach located at Cobbetts Pond, and the facility is open to swimming with lifeguards on duty and boat rides every summer.
The Nesmith Library is the public library in the town. Friends of the Library of Windham host an annual strawberry festival in the town. This festival is popularized by stands of local food business owners who supply local cuisines and snacks during the festival. The residents of Windham also take part in the Turkey Trot every year during thanksgiving. The run is through the neighborhoods of the town, and through this activity, they raise money for the local shepherd’s food pantry.
If you are a lover of sport, you would definitely enjoy Windham. Griffin Park is an extensive area consisting of a soccer field, basketball and tennis courts, baseball fields, and a playground. The park was built in 2005. There’s also an ice-cream spot nearby to satisfy your cravings if you get too thirsty. Also, Windham’s golf course and country club is an 18-hole premier course. It was rated four stars by Gold digest.
- Samuel Dinsmoor (1766 – 1835) was an American politician, teacher, banker, and lawyer. He served as the 14th Governor of New Hampshire and a member of the United States House of Representatives. He was born in Windham.