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Meredith, NH -- U.S. Census Designated Place in New Hampshire
Population (2000): 1739
Housing Units (2000): 832
Land area (2000): 1.514748 sq. miles (3.923179 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.336496 sq. miles (0.871520 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.851244 sq. miles (4.794699 sq. km)
FIPS code: 47060
Located within: New Hampshire (NH), FIPS 33
Location: 43.655952 N, 71.500515 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 03253
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Meredith, NH

Meredith may refer to:

Meredith (given name)

Meredith is a Welsh given name, and a surname common in parts of Wales. It is of Welsh origin and, as a personal name, was until recently usually given to boys. Meredith has many derivatives which have become personal names and surnames as well.

Meredith (surname)

Meredith is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Adam Meredith (1913-1976), British bridge player
  • Amaza Lee Meredith (1895-1984), American architect, educator and artist
  • Andrew Meredith (born 1972), field hockey coach
  • Billy Meredith (1874–1958), Welsh footballer
  • Bryn Meredith, Welsh rugby union player
  • Burgess Meredith, American actor
  • Carew Arthur Meredith, Anglo-Irish mathematician and logician
  • Carole Meredith, American grape geneticist
  • Charles Meredith (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Cla Meredith, Major League Baseball pitcher for the San Diego Padres
  • Courtney Meredith, Welsh rugby union player
  • Don Meredith, American football player and sportscaster; quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys
  • Edmund Allen Meredith, Canadian politician and principal of McGill University, Montreal
  • Edwin Thomas Meredith, United States Secretary of Agriculture under Woodrow Wilson
  • Frederick Edmund Meredith, 8th Chancellor of Bishop's University, Lennoxville
  • Geechie Meredith, American baseball player
  • George Meredith, 19th century English author
  • Jack R. Meredith, American engineer and organizational theorist
  • James Meredith, first African American student at the University of Mississippi
  • James Meredith (footballer) (born 1988), Australian football (soccer) player
  • James Meredith (Medal of Honor), American Medal of Honor recipient
  • James Creed Meredith, Irish lawyer, judge and Kant scholar
  • Sir James Creed Meredith, Irish prominent Freemason
  • Jamon Meredith (born 1986), American football player
  • John Meredith (rugby player), Welsh rugby union player
  • John Walsingham Cooke Meredith, father of the 'Eight London Merediths'
  • Jonathan Meredith, United States Marine during the First Barbary War
  • Lois Meredith (1898-?), stage and movie actress
  • Martin Meredith British writer
  • Ralph Creed Meredith, Anglo-Irish clergyman, chaplain to George VI
  • Richard Meredith (bishop), 16th century Anglo-Irish Bishop of Leighlin & Ferns
  • Richard Edmund Meredith, Master of the Rolls in Ireland
  • Richard Martin Meredith, Canadian chief justice
  • Sir Roger Meredith, 5th Baronet
  • Samuel Meredith, delegate to the Continental Congress and Treasurer of the United States
  • Ted Meredith, winner of two gold medals at the 1912 Summer Olympics
  • Thomas Meredith, Anglo-Irish clergyman and mathematician
  • Thomas Graves Meredith, Canadian lawyer and businessman
  • Sir Vincent Meredith, 1st Baronet of Montreal, President of the Bank of Montreal
  • Sir William Collis Meredith, Chief Justice of the Superior Court of the Province of Quebec
  • William Campbell James Meredith, Canadian lawyer
  • William M. Meredith, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States
  • William Morris Meredith, Jr., American poet
  • Sir William Ralph Meredith, Canadian chief justice and leader of the conservative party

Usage examples of "meredith".

Within minutes horses and riders had disappeared into the forest, leaving Meredith and Brice Campbell in a small enclosed courtyard that led to the castle's entrance.

Meredith wanted to drink lemon barley water and drool over Lysander.

Her husband, Buddy Meredith, was a character actor who'd appeared in countless movies and commercials.

James Meredith, civil rights activist, was wounded by gunfire during a march in Mississippi.

He touched upon the Comic Spirit, and quoted Meredith at some length and with remarkable accuracy.

She worked from an At-a-Glance leather-bound diary and made her appointed rounds in a quick, efficient, practiced manner, buying faded jeans for Gwynne, a leather dop kit for Brendan, Nike diving watches for Meredith and Brigid.

Thanks to David and Cheryl Duffield, Susan Bailey, Dean and Meredith Meiling, Sandy Scarcella, and Ed Bolecky for their extraordinary generosity.

An embryo transfer to Rotterdam, brought out of one of the big old mares Meredith kept for the purpose.

She wore so much magenta mascara, eye-liner, and shadow that Meredith was surprised the girl could raise her lids.

Meredith studied the tactical situation display, familiarising himself with the squadron’s formation.

You see, dear, if Hendricks does show up, I can pump him judiciously and find out where the Meredith brothers stand.

Boris and Rachel, Marigold and Lysander or Larry, and for Miss Bottomley Georgie had invited Meredith Whalen, an extremely expensive, gay interior designer, who was nicknamed the Ideal Homo, because he was so often asked to make up numbers at Paradise dinner parties.

The first astro had unclipped a set of what looked to Meredith like a mechanized lobster claw.

The Scott Meredith Literary Agency might have been the largest and most famous of all successful literary agencies but its quarters, a loftlike sprawl, were unimposing and the room air conditioners barely worked.

Gerry Meredith looked as if the description lounge lizard might have been invented just for him, and his glamourie made him look humanthough far more handsome than any human had a right to be.