Charles Stinson

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Charles Stinson (1800 – 1878) was a two-time member of the New Hampshire legislature.


Stinson, a military captain, was from Goffstown, New Hampshire. He was the father of four children, Jane, Letitia, Susan and Mary. Mary was the wife of Minneapolis industrialist Charles Alfred Pillsbury.[1]

Charles Pillsbury was influential in naming a street after the Stinson family in Minneapolis, Stinson Boulevard.[citation needed]