Guide to the Benjamin Franklin Gove Account Book 1835-1858
Collection number: MS 1
About Benjamin Franklin Gove
Benjamin Franklin Gove (1797-1859) was a farmer, businessman and public official in
Deering, N.H. He operated a cider mill, maintained a large herd of sheep and rented
unused land to other farmers. He was also responsible for surveying the roads from
Deering to Hillsborough
About the Benjamin Franklin Gove Account book
This manuscript record book kept by Benjamin Gove of Deering New Hampshire, between
1835 and 1858 includes accounts for his cider mill, moneys earned from sheep sale,
wage records and some personal expenses.
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Benjamin Franklin Gove Account Book, 1797-1859, MS 1, Milne Special Collections
and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Source and date unknown.