Lyman, New Hampshire
Grafton county. On Connecticut river. This town is 13 miles above Haverhill, 90 miles N.N.W. from Concord. There is one considerable elevation, called Lyman's mountain. The N.W. branch of Burnham's river has its source from this mountain. There are several ponds in the E. part of Lyman, through the largest of which Burnham's river has its course. The lower bar of the Fifteen Mile falls is in this town. Carleton's falls are several miles below, and below these is Steven's ferry, which communicates with Barnet. Lyman was granted in 1761. Population in 1830, 1,321.