ⓘ Greenough Pond is a 234-acre water body located in Coos County in northern New Hampshire, United States, in the township of Wentworths Location. The pond is par ..

                                     

ⓘ Greenough Pond

Greenough Pond is a 234-acre water body located in Coos County in northern New Hampshire, United States, in the township of Wentworths Location. The pond is part of the Androscoggin River watershed.

A lake is defined as a Coldwater fishery, with observed species including stream and lake trout.

                                     
  • which serves as the connection between the parkway and Memorial Drive, Greenough Boulevard, and the Eliot Bridge over the Charles River. A median initially
  • Greenough Park is a natural park in Missoula, Montana, dedicated to the city by the Greenough family. Donated in 1902, it is Missoula s first park. Rattlesnake
  • of the river. The western terminus is in West Cambridge at Greenough Boulevard and Fresh Pond Parkway. The eastern terminus is at Main Street and the Longfellow
  • Pond is a 276 - acre 1.1 km2 water body located in Coos County in northern New Hampshire, United States, in the town of Errol. Water from Akers Pond flows
  • in Allston with Gerry s Landing Road, Memorial Drive, Greenough Boulevard, and the Fresh Pond Parkway in Cambridge. The bridge was built in 1950 as a
  • Lillie De Hegermann - Lindencrone 1844 1928 born Lillie Greenough in Cambridge, Massachusetts and later known as Lillie Moulton, was a trained singer
  • near the pond The widow Ann Doane bought the estate once owned by Loyalist Joshua Loring which is still standing, as the Loring - Greenough House She
  • Eliphalet Pond 1704 - 1795 represented Dedham, Massachusetts in the Great and General Court. Pond was born in Dedham in 1704. He represented Dedham in
  • Greenough 1980, pp. 230 233. Greenough 1980, p. 210. Greenough 1980, p. 231. Greenough 1980, p. 232. Greenough 1980, p. 232 Greenough 1982, p. 235. Brennan
  • donation of 42 acres along the Rattlesnake Creek for Greenough Park by lumber baron Thomas Greenough and his wife Tessie. They simply asked that the land