Cope Murray, long time resident of Tamworth, started his acting career as a Barnstormers Theatre actor in 1958, and continues to appear on the Barnstormers stage to this day. He also served as artistic director. Murray is an Equity actor
The Tamworth Lyceum cozies right up to the library to the east at the center of the village. After the years that the store was closed and vacant, we are delighted to have such a friendly, vital and generous neighbor
From the Conway Daily Sun: Harry D. Thompson, 103, passed away peacefully at his Tamworth home on Tuesday Sept. 11, 2012 with his family by his side. A member of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, Harry was born in 1909
Photo by Steve Damon, 1994 Marjorie Mather died on Monday, January 23, 2012; she was 95. Marjorie served the Town of Tamworth in her adult life across the spectrum of human service. She served as trustee of Cook Memorial Library,
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Mary Hunt, long time resident of Tamworth, NH, passed away June 17, 2011 of congestive heart failure. She was a great favorite at the library and could often be found here, looking for a new book to read or knitting