The following data is extracted from Fitzwilliam, Cheshire County, New Hampshire History.
Daniel Spaulding, son of Phinehas, of Jaffrey, married Lucinda Perkins. May 11, 1819, and removed to Gardner. Mass., where he remained until 1825 or 1826. He then bought out Luke Richardson, of Fitzwilliam, and opened a store on the corner where Elisha Chaplin now lives. At one time he had John Perkins, his wife's brother, as a partner, and later, Dr. G. C. Noble, but carried on the business alone most of his life. He was chosen to all the offices of the town, including town representative in 1833 and 1834. He died July 17, 1882, at the great age of ninety-three years and seven months. He reared a family of five children: Mary E., Jared P., Daniel R., Julia A, the wife of Doctor Bradley, of Jaffrey, and L. Viola, who resides here.
Source: Fitzwilliam, Cheshire County, New Hampshire History