Charles Cogswell Doe


January 09. 2014 3:25PM






Charles Cogswell Doe (1830-1896)
Route 4 & Sligo Road
Rollinsford, NH

Marker Number: 88
Name and date established: Rollinsford 1972

Description: Rollinsford was the home of Charles C. Doe; jurist, Judge of the Supreme Court and Chief Justice from 1876 to 1896. Upon graduation from Dartmouth College in 1849, he studied law at Harvard. His outstanding opinions as Chief Justice indicate his unusual legal attainments and left an indelible impression on the law of New Hampshire.

Location: Located on the south side of Route 4 at its junction with Sligo Road.
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