Lyme Organizations & Services Directory

Lyme Historians
Bill Murphy
The Lyme Historians seek to educate about, foster curiosity in, and build community around, the long and rich history of our town. The Historians’ board publishes a newsletter (Lyme Historian) every quarter that focuses on points in Lyme history. It is an exciting taste of what can happen when you dig into the story of this town, its families, and its place in New England.

The historians are a resource for people seeking to understand the history of their house, their road, a cherished cellar hole they pass. In addition, the historians respond to questions about genealogy and family history. Many old families from town donate household goods that share their local history.

Museum/Office: Churchill-Melvin house, 15 Mains Street, Lyme, NH
P.O. Box 41, Lyme, NH
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We are pleased to make this valuable resource* available, sharing information as it has been reported. Feedback, corrections, and additions are welcome and necessary. All listings have been shared by Lyme residents or are Lyme residents. With Covid disruptions, uncertainties, and labor shortages, the list isn’t as current as it often has been. All input is helpful! CCL updates the list as a community service, and we do not endorse any particular contractors or services. A printable version will be updated periodically. For additions or corrections, contact us.

*The Lyme Contractor and Service Providers listing that is the basis of this directory was initiated by former Lyme neighbor, Jess Lahey. For years, she updated and shared the listing, based on listserv posts about individuals and local businesses serving Lyme residents. Thank you, Jess!