Excerpt from the “History of Hudson NH” by Kimball Webster. 1911 Granite State Publishing, Manchester NH. P 378.
The original name of this sheet of water was “Little Massabesic,” an Indian appellation said to mean the place of much water.
Near the end of the eighteenth century Simeon Robinson settled on the north side of this pond, where some of his descendants still reside.
During the last half century the name of the pond has undergone a gradual change until it has come to be almost universally known as Robinson’s Pond. For more Hudson History, please visit RememberHudsonNHWhen.com!