The Molly Stark Statue in Wilmington commemorates the wife of the Revolutionary War era General John Stark. The statue is situated in a nice small park adjacent to the town’s bandstand. Molly was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts but moved to Dunbarton, New Hampshire, around 1755, and was the daughter of the first postmaster of New Hampshire, Caleb Page, and his wife Ruth. Molly’s house in Dunbarton still stands and can be visited. There are also several historical markers in New Hampshire relating to General Stark and his exploits, one commemorating his expedition to Bennington in Charlestown, NH and one at his birthplace in Derry.