Crawford Family


January 09. 2014 4:04PM

Crawford Notch - Carroll, New Hampshire 







Route 302
Carroll, NH

Marker Number: 30
Name and date established: Carroll 1965

Description: For whom the Notch is named, included Abel and his sons Thomas J. and Ethan Allen. They established the first regional hotels and pioneered in opening the White Mountain area to the public. Ethan and his wife, Lucy Howe Crawford, the authoress, are buried in a nearby family cemetery.

Location: Located in the Fabyanssection of Carroll, on Route 302 near its junction with Base Station Road and about four miles east of its junction with Route 3.
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