Coolidge, Henry O.
The following data is extracted from Chesterfield, Cheshire County, New Hampshire History.
Henry O. Coolidge, whose father, Oscar, was one of the early merchants of the town, was born January 5. 1830. In 1849 and 1870 he engaged in trade at the Center village in partnership with Hon. C. J. Amidon; from '51 to '62 (excepting '54, when he was in Brattleboro. Vt.) with his father; from '62 to '66, alone. He was also postmaster about eight years; town clerk from '52 to '69, with exception of the years '54 and '68; selectman '60, '61, '65 and '67; representative '67. In 1869 he removed to Keene, where he now resides, cashier of the Ashuelot National Bank, and has held the office of register of probate. At the November election in 1880 he was chosen one of the representatives from Keene to the general court.
Source: Chesterfield, Cheshire County, New Hampshire History