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USGenWeb Archives: Rockinghml County, New Hampshire Cemeteries
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USGenWeb Archives - Strafford County, New Hampshire
... New Hampshire Gen Web Archives. Barrington: Durham : Dover: Farmington: Gonic: Lee: Madbury: Middleton: New Durham: Rochester: Rollinsford: Somersworth: Strafford: All Towns: Cemeteries by town:
http://www.usgwarchives.net/nh/strafford/cemetery.htm

Ohio Cemetery Photo Project (county name) Co.
New Hampshire Goshen Twp. Auglaize Co. To donate Cemetery photos for any of the cemeteries in Ohio, please read our How to Donate Page. We need your help to grow!
http://www.usgwarchives.net/oh/tombpics/auglaize/goshentwp/walnuthillcem/walnuthillcem.htm

New Hampshire USGenWeb Project Archives - NHGenWeb Project ...
New Hampshire USGenWeb Project Archives ... Cemeteries. Cricket Corner Cemetery, Amherst, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire; Centre Cemetery, Manchester, NH;
http://www.usgwarchives.net/nh/hillsborough/

New Hampshire USGenWeb Archives Project Search
New Hampshire USGenWeb Project Archives Search the Archives. Search for: Simple mode: Match: Results per page: Output format: Search for: Words forms: Use ...
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John Stark
(disambiguation). John Stark (August 28, 1728 – May 8, 1822) was a New Hampshire native who served as a major general in the Continental Army during   Read More...

Harlan F. Stone
1872 – April 22, 1946) was an American lawyer and jurist. A native of New Hampshire, he served as the dean of Columbia Law School, his alma mater, in the   Read More...

Daniel Webster Family Home
The Elms, is a historic house on South Main Street in West Franklin, New Hampshire. The house has been designated a National Historic Landmark for its   Read More...

Bennington Battlefield State Historic Site
the Battle of Bennington occurred on the 16th of August 1777. Here, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts militia under General John Stark rebuffed   Read More...

Salmon P. Chase
President's impeachment proceedings in 1868. Chase was born in Cornish, New Hampshire, to Janet Ralston and Ithamar Chase, who died in 1817 when Salmon was   Read More...

Edward Hill (painter)
in 1869 and moved to Littleton, New Hampshire the following year. In 1874, the family moved to Lancaster, New Hampshire. In 1875, while living in Lancaster   Read More...

Wentworth Cheswell
assessor, auditor, selectman and Justice of the Peace in Newmarket, New Hampshire. He was of mixed race, one-quarter African and three-quarters European   Read More...

Sherman Minton
p. 304 Christensen, George A (1983). "Here Lies the Supreme Court: Gravesites of the Justices". Yearbook Supreme Court Historical Society at Internet   Read More...

Larkin Goldsmith Mead
working in a neoclassical style. He was born at Chesterfield, New Hampshire, the son of a prominent lawyer. A colossal snowman constructed by the   Read More...

Byron M. Cutcheon
politician from the U.S. state of Michigan. Cutcheon was born in Pembroke, New Hampshire May 11, 1836 but his parents died and he became an orphan at a young   Read More...

Can a spouse determine funeral arrangements if he or she is ...
NEW! Home / Questions / Life And Society / Death ... New Hampshire Cemetery Association: Cemeteries, Burials, Dead Bodies. Obituary Guide: How to Write an Obituary
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I inherited a family geneaology that hasn't been updated ...
--b) Visit the cemeteries - or search transcriptions of tombstone info ... My great Uncle was a Bishop in the Catholic Church in Vermont or New Hampshire.
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U.S. state laws Questions, Answers, Polls & Debates | Answerbag
Is there a directory of all small cemeteries in New York State by GibsonGuy on March 5th, 2011 | one answer | in New York state law What is the ...
http://www.answerbag.com/category/us-state-laws_2374?page=9

Is It Really Against Christian Religion To Get Tattooed? Is ...
NEW! Home / Questions / Social Sciences / ... and even bars you from burial in their cemeteries! ... What was the official religion of the New Hampshire colony?
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Is it illegal to bury family in your backyard? I mean not ...
NEW! Home / Questions / Life And Society / Death And Funerals / Cemeteries; by ... More Cemeteries See only professionally researched Cemeteries questions;
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State of New Hampshire
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Population:
1,809,315

Under 18:
298,186

Over 65:
165,742

Employed:
861,053

Land in SM:
8,968.10

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
444,879

Births:
14,420

Deaths:
10,194

Infant Deaths:
70

Property Crime:
27,526

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1800s Alien Gravesite | Atlas Obscura
Betty and Barney Hill Graves. Kingston, New Hampshire. Houdini's Grave. Queens, New York. Most Holy Trinity Cemetery. Brooklyn, New York .... There is something new under the sun, every day, all over the world. 02. Around the corner is ...
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Durham's well-kept secret | The New Hampshire.beta
Cameron Johnson/STAFF The graves of Joseph and Mary White shown here are located on Boulder Field. The photo was processed as a salt print, a technique that is from the same time period as the graves. Slowly, a white ...
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West Shore authors dig into stories buried in Pennsylvania's ...
Authors Joe Farrell and Joe Farley are back with a second volume about notable grave sites in Pennsylvania. ... Born in New Hampshire in 1861, Mudgett earned a medical degree from the University of Michigan before moving to Chicago, where he built a “Murder Castle” with secret passages, gas pipes and soundproof rooms. Opened as a hotel during the Columbian Exposition in 1893, dozens of guests and staff members mysteriously disappeared. Mudgett was ...
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Death, Be Not Proud: The Graves of Poets | Academy of ...
When poet Jane Kenyon died from leukemia in 1995, her body was taken to Proctor Cemetery in Andover, New Hampshire; a gravestone marks the place where her widower, former U.S. Poet Laureate Donald Hall, will someday join her ...
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