Source: S225 Lemuel Shattuck Memorials of the Descendants of William Shattuck Publication: Name: Printed for the family by Dutton and Wentworth, Boston MA, 1855, reprinted by Quintin Publications, 22 Delta Drive, Pawtucket RI 02860, www.quintinpublications.com;
Source: S478 Cochrane, W. R. History of Francestown, N.H NOTEOriginal data: Cochrane, W. R.. History of Francestown, N.H. : from its earliest settlement April, 1758, to January 1, 1891 : with a brief genealogical record of all the Francestown families. Front matter Title page Contents Chapter I. The first settlement of Francestown; and events in its history up to the date of incorporation Chapter II. An outline of events in town from the date of incorporation to the close of the Revolutionary War Chapter III. Outline of events in Francestown from the close of the Revolutionary War to the close of the century Chapter IV. Outline of events in Francestown from the commencement of the century Jan. 1, 1801, to 1851 Chapter V. An outline of events in Francestown from Jan. 1, 1851, to Jan. 1, 1891 Chapter VI. The Centennial Celebration, June 8, 1872 Chapter VII. Ecclesiastical history Chapter VIII. The military record of Francestown Chapter IX. The schools of Francestown Chapter X. Francestown Academy Chapter XI. The cemeteries Chapter XII. Roads and bridges Chapter XIII. Town officers Chapter XIV. Customs and habits of the olden time Chapter XV. The hardships of our fathers Chapter XVI. The Scotch and English in this town Chapter XVII. Mills and manufactures in Francestown Chapter XVIII. The Soapstone Quarry Chapter XIX. Various corporations and societies in Francestown Chapter XX. The villages Chapter XXI. Some topographical items Chapter XXII. Clergymen, physicians, lawyers Chapter XXIII. Post offices, post masters and post riders Chapter XXIV. Miscellaneous: The chips worth picking up Preface to genealogies Back matter Genealogies Addenda Poems General index of subjects in the body of this work Index of names in the body of this work. Francestown, N.H.: The town, 1895.