About the Book
North Road to 107 covers the families that occupied the northeastern part of Epsom from Pittsfield south to Deerfield. This includes North Road to the area of Lords Mill, down Route 107. The area was also home to several lesser known Epsom families, including the Pettingills, Emersons and McDaniels. The North Road was also where the First New Hampshire Turnpike crossed through Epsom from Northwood to Chichester and where toll gate number 4 stood. The Yeaton Tavern accommodated travelers for many years. Other families later included several lines of Brown's, and several families who were Quakers and associated with the Friend's Meetinghouse in South Pittsfield.