Daniel B. Sanborn, a successful farmer of East Concord, Merrimack County, was born in Webster, N.H., April 12, 1840, son of Daniel and Sally (Batchelder) Sanborn. Mr. Sanborn’s grandfather, Tristam Sanborn, came to Webster with his wife and her parents, and took up land on what is now known as Sanborn and Clough’s Hill. He
L.C. Sanborn, of the firm of Sanborn & Follett, proprietors of lumber yard and sawmill, (also own one-half interest in city mill and elevator), established business in 1856. The machinery for the sawmill was shipped on the first boat that landed at Sioux City. At that time there was but one store in this city.
Zerah Todd7, (Jehiel6, Stephen5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Jan. 29, 1789, died Feb. 3, 1853, married in Ellesburg, Jefferson County, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1815, Almira McKee, who was born April 25, 1797, in Frankfort, Herkimer County, N. Y. Children: 1340. Laura Lodema, b. Sept. 26, 1816, d. May 4, 1904, m. Sept. 6,
A. J. Sanborn, master mechanic, I. & St. L. Shops, Mattoon; was born in Acton, York Co., Me., in 1826; having lost his mother when but 11 years of age, he left home, and, making his way to Boston, went on board a vessel, and was absent two years on a voyage; after coming into
Dr. J. H. Sanborn, a retired physician of Franklin Falls, was born in Meredith, N.H., September 23, 1830, son of John and Susan (Hubbard) Sanborn. His grandfather, Jeremiah Sanborn, represented Sanbornton in the first legislature, that met in Exeter in 1784. Highly prized by the family are a compass, a book on surveying, and a
John B. Sanborn, a well-known citizen of Concord and a prominent New England stock-raiser, was born in the eastern part of Concord, April 1, 1831, son of Himan and Mary A. (Bean) Sanborn. His paternal grandfather, Tristram Sanborn, a native of the old Bay State and a farmer, moved to Boscawen, near Warner, bringing his