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New Hampshire rebelled against the British along with the rest of the original 13 colonies.
New Hampshire was started with a land grant in 1629. The name comes from the English county. Three years after the Pilgrims landed, a group of fishermen settled near Portsmouth called the Pannaway Plantation. The 1st child born in New Hampshire was Agnes Hilton.
John Mason held the land grant and sent David Thompson and later Edward and William Hilton to found the colony. Mason didn't live to see the colony. The settlement Pannaway Plantation moved to Portsmouth and combined with a expedition called Laconia Company to form Strawbery Banke. John Wheelwright founded Exeter in 1638.
The 1st governor of Upper Plantation was Thomas Wiggin. Upper Plantation is the area now known as Dover, Durham and Stratham. Massachusetts claimed the territory as the towns united in 1639. Massachusetts allowed home rule of towns and Strawbery Bank changed its name to Portsmouth.
Massachusetts and Newhampshiremen had a tenuous relationship and the king separated them in 1679. John Cutt became governor of the "Royal Province" once known as Upper Plantation. They were reunited in 1686 only to be divided again in 1691. Massachusetts governor ruled the "Royal Province" in 1698. New Hampshire returned to its provincial status in 1741 with a governor (Benning Wentworth) of their own.