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Re: Dr. John O'Connor of Milton, NH
Posted by: Bonnie Ruff Date: February 22, 2002 at 21:31:23
In Reply to: Dr. John O'Connor of Milton, NH by Marge of 384

I'm originally from Milton and the only mills I can recall is MIlton Leather Board or Fiber Board. My dad once worked there in the 50's. Were was a mill in Milton Mills that would have been operational then. They was also a shoe factory just up stream from the fiber board company. then there were ice factories scattered along the banks of Milton Three Ponds during that time period. Most anyone who would know that information is long gone now, accept maybe for the past Town Clerk, Isabell Eldridge. She is very late in years, but, sharp as a bell when it comes to the history of the town. I never heard the old timers speak of a Dr O'Connor. I'll check it out.


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