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Fort Wentworth built in 1755 at Northumberland, New Hampshire was built by his order and named after him.
Wentworth also gave important government positions to relatives and gave them extensive grants of land.
Growing annoyance with his administration's corruption, taxes, and mismanagement and neglect of the crown's timber interests, forced his resignation in 1767.
After his resignation as governor, he gave Dartmouth College 500 acres of land on which the college buildings were erected.
His nephew John Wentworth succeeded him as governor.

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