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Portsmouth, NH

CITY

Official Website:
http://www.cityofportsmouth.com/

Chamber of Commerce:
http://www.portsmouthchamber.org/

Population:
20784 (2000 census)

Founding Date:
1523 (settled), 1653 (incorporated), 1849 (incorporated)

County:
Rockingham County

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

CompanyFounded
Apogent Technologies
2000

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Poet
11-Nov-1836 19-Mar-1907 The Story of a Bad Boy
Brooke Astor
Philanthropist
30-Mar-1902 13-Aug-2007 Heiress, philanthropist
Peter Bonerz
Film Director
6-Aug-1938   Sitcom and film director
Michael E. Campbell
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Arch Chemicals
Ronnie James Dio
Singer
10-Jul-1942 16-May-2010 Black Sabbath and Dio
James Thomas Fields
Editor
31-Dec-1817 24-Apr-1881 Editor of the Atlantic Monthly
John Langdon
Politician
25-Jun-1741 18-Sep-1819 Twice Governor of New Hamphire
Wesley Powell
Politician
13-Oct-1915 6-Jan-1981 Governor of New Hampshire, 1959-63

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles M. Dale
Politician
8-Mar-1893 28-Sep-1978 Governor of New Hampshire, 1945-49
David Farragut
Military
5-Jul-1801 14-Aug-1870 America's first admiral
Barney Hill
Hoaxer
20-Jul-1922 25-Feb-1969 Self-proclaimed UFO abductee
Betty Hill
Hoaxer
28-Jun-1919 17-Oct-2004 Self-proclaimed UFO abductee
Ernest J. King
Military
23-Nov-1878 25-Jun-1956 Chief of Naval Operations, 1942-45
John Langdon
Politician
25-Jun-1741 18-Sep-1819 Twice Governor of New Hamphire
Levi Woodbury
Politician
22-Dec-1789 4-Sep-1851 NH Senator, Governor, US Supreme Court



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