States: New Hampshire: Carroll
Like I said there is not much in the history book about those folks that i mentioned but will tell you at any rate, You are right about Edward P. Eastman he was the resident minister at the First Congregational Church from 1876-1881. It says that during his term as Pastor it was a high point for the church. After he left membership dropped to about 30. Ella M. Eastman was secretary of the Second Congregational Church from 1915- 1922. Hannah Eastman as it turns out was not from this area. She was from Haverhill, who was taken from childbed in Feb. 1704. After killing the baby the Indians brought her to a village here on Lake Ossipee for the winter then on to Canadawhere she was ransomed. She returned to New Hampshire and was a pioneer settler in Concord, New Hampshire. Her descendants did the same in Conway.
I will keep an eye out for this family. Iam doing some research for the Historical Society on the early familyies of Ossipee and if I run across anything about the moulton's or Eastmans I will let you know.