Original Members

Original Members of the Cincinnati in the State of New Hampshire (30) who were admitted between 18 November 1783 and 4 July 1801

John Adams (1758-1847) of Stratham, 5 February 1784

Samuel Adams (1760-1802) of Durham, 18 November 1783

Joseph Boynton (1755-1830) of Stratham, 5 February 1784

Jonathan Cass (1750-1830) of Exeter, 18 November 1783

Samuel Cherry (1754-1825) of Londonderry, 5 February 1784

Jonathan Cilley (1762-1807) of Nottingham, 18 November 1783

Joseph Cilley (1735-1799) of Nottingham, 18 November 1783

Amos Cogswell (1752-1826), Original Member of the Massachusetts Society in 1783, moved to Dover, N.H and joined the N.H. Society on 4 July 1801

Henry Dearborn (1751-1829) of Exeter, 18 November 1783, moved to Roxbury, Mass. and joined the Massachusetts Society in 1813

Amos Emerson (1738-1823) of Chester, 5 February 1784

Jeremiah Fogg (1749-1808) of Kensington, 5 February 1784

Isaac Frye (1743-1791) of Wilton, 5 February 1784

Nicholas Gilman (1755-1814) of Exeter, 5 February 1784

Daniel Gookin (1756-1831) of Hampton, 18 November 1783

John Harvey (1745-1812) of Northwood, 5 February 1784

James Harvey McClary (1762-1810) of Epsom, 5 February 1784 by right of his father Major Andrew McClary who was killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill

Michael McClary (1753-1824) of Epsom, 18 November 1783

Neal McGaffey (1756-1795) of Epsom, 18 November 1783

Joshua Merrow (1752-1808) of Rochester, 5 February 1784

Joseph Mills (1750-1809) of Deerfield Parade, 18 November 1783

Josiah Munro (1745-1801) of Amherst, 18 November 1783

William Parker, Jr. (1754-1798) of Exeter, 5 February 1784

Adna Penniman (1755-1820) of Moultonborough, 5 February 1784

Jonathan Perkins (1749-1824) of Epping, 5 February 1784

Jeremiah Prichard (1754-1813) of New Ipswich, 5 February 1784

James Reed (1723-1807) of Keene, 5 February 1784

William Rowell (1740-1816) of Epping, 5 February 1784

Ebenezer Sullivan (1750-1799) of Durham, 18 November 1783

John Sullivan (1740-1795) of Durham, 18 November 1783

Robert Bradford Wilkins (1755-1832) of Amherst, by 4 July 1796