it was named after an English country, Hampshire.
New Hampshire was named for Hampshire, a shire in England.
John Mason named the state New Hampshire because, back in England, there was a colony there that was called Hampshire, so they named it New Hampshire, and if you were wondering why they named it NEW Hampshire, that was because of copyright.
New Hampshire was named New Hampshire after the English colony of Hampshire, where Jhon Mason had enjoyed a number of years as a child.
It was named after Hampshire county in England, hence "New" Hampshire.
It was named in honor of the southern county of Hampshire England.
It was named after the small town in England Hampshire and that was probably named after a person.
Derry New Hampshire was named by Ulster-Scots for Derry Norther Ireland.
Hampshire means "at home' or "welcomed". Like the Hampshire in England. New Hampshire was named after Hampshire because they were welcoming a new state or area.
it was named after the English country of Hampshire
Yes it is in Hillsbirough County in southern New Hampshire.
Mount Eisenhower named after President Eisenhower in New Hampshire. I'm not aware where it is in New Hampshire.
It was named for Hampshire County in southern England.
New HampshireNew Hampshire, a name derived from that of the county ofHampshire, in England,
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He named the colony of New Hampshire
Jhon mason named New Hampshire after the town of Hampshire in England's south cost. so most came from England.
The state is New Hampshire.
The state of New Hampshire was named for Hampshire, England, one of the shires of England.