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Initially granted as Gorham’s Town in 1735, and re-granted as Starkstown in 1748, the Merrimack County town was incorporated as Dunbarton in 1765, named for Dunbartonshire in Scotland, the hometown of Archibald Stark, a prominent early settler. The poet, Robert Lowell, is buried in Stark Cemetery in Dunbarton, New Hampshire. The town is located in south-central New Hampshire. Dunbarton is east of North Weare and west of Bow Bog and Hooksett.


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