At the April 2017 meeting of the Londonderry Historical Society, the membership voted to elect the following officers.

The board:
John Savina, President
Kirsten Hildonen, Vice President
Sue Joudrey, Secretary
David Colglazier, Treasurer

Ann Chiampa, Curator

Thank you all for volunteering!


Our Society meetings are held monthly at the Leach Library, located at 276 Mammoth Road, Londonderry, New Hampshire. [Watch local listings, and the front page of this web site, for our meeting dates, normally held on the third Tuesday of each month.]

The Morrison House Museum and other buildings are open to the public for special events and activities from May to October.  The Morrison House Museum is located at 140 Pillsbury Road in Londonderry NH (between the Moose Hill Kindergarten and Orchard Christian Fellowship Church). For more information about our group or tours, please e-mail us at


The cost of membership is $25/year.  Visit our membership page for more details.


We are stewards of our town’s history. Supporting the Londonderry Historical Society is essential to preserve the buildings and artifacts we currently own, and we welcome donations of cash, in-kind gifts, and items relating to local history.  Please contact our curator with any questions.  [Information on how to donate.]


Our board members are volunteer, as are those who assist us with special events, and helping at our Museum. We are always delighted to make new friends and welcome those who wish to volunteer with us.


The Society actively works with all three elementary schools to enhance the fourth grade curriculum requirement for studying New Hampshire history. Fourth graders from South School, North School and Matthew Thornton are treated to a tour of the Morrison House Museum each year, conducted by members Penny Webster and Bill Bringhurst.

Here is Bill giving a tour of the Clark Blacksmith Shop, History Lesson, Londonderry Times, June 22, 2017 and here Fourth-Graders Get History Lesson at Historical Society, Londonderry Times, June 22, 2017