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Hanover Aqueduct Asociation (1820-1939)

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1820 - 1939

Biography

The Proprietors of the Hanover Aqueduct were incorporated in 1805 by Nathan Smith, John Hubbard, Benjamin J. Gilbert and James Wheelock. This company built a system that was not successful and was abandoned and replaced with another system in 1820.

The Hanover Aqueduct Association was incorporated in 1820 by Benjamin I. Gilbert, Ebenezer Adams, Reuben D Mussey and Amos A. Brewster. This company built a system using wood pipes, but replaces them with lead about 1829. This system only served about 100 customers, but remained in service until about 1939.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Hanover Aqueduct Association documents

Mss 805677
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 805677
Abstract

In English.

Hanover Aqueduct Association records

DH-5
 Collection
Identifier: DH-5
Scope and Contents

The collection contains meeting minutes, accounts, correspondence, charter, reports, deeds, rights of way and other records of the Association documenting the supply and sale of water.