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Walter Harriman (governor)
of New Hampshire. He was a brevet brigadier general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Harriman was born in Warner, New Hampshire, where   Read More...

James Brady (Medal of Honor)
American Civil War. Brady served in the American Civil War in the 10th New Hampshire Infantry, Irish Regiment, for the Union Army. He was awarded the Medal   Read More...

John G. Foster
to return to the mainland for work. Foster was born in Whitefield, New Hampshire. When he was ten, his family moved to Nashua, where he attended the   Read More...

Frederick Franklin
Korean Campaign. Frederick H. Franklin was born in 1840 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He, along with Bosun's Mate Alexander MacKenzie, Marine Private John   Read More...

Joseph R. Anderson
Joseph Reid Anderson died while on a vacation at the Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire. It was widely reported that 30,000 citizens came to his funeral when   Read More...

George F. Brady
suicide while serving on board the U.S.S. Monongahela in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on November 6, 1903. He stated shortly before his suicide that "the   Read More...

Asa P. Blunt
New Hampshire, 1880, Manchester, Hillsborough Cty, New Hampshire, 1890 Special Schedule of Veterans and Widows, Manchester, Hillsborough Cty, New Hampshire   Read More...

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...

Edwin M. Shepard
New York Died August 17, 1904(1904-08-17) (aged 60) Jeffrey, New Hampshire Place of burial Arlington National Cemetery Allegiance  United States Service/branch   Read More...

Edward H. Brooks
World War II. Edward H. Brooks was born on 25 April 1893 in Concord, New Hampshire. His father, Edward Waite Brooks, was a Concord grocer. His mother was   Read More...

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Molly Ockett and Her World - Bethel Historical Society
Molly Ockett's place in the consciousness of this region has been ensured by a certain "Indian mystique," complete with romance, curses, buried treasure, and near-miraculous cures. ... Data is lacking for a reliable estimate of Abenaki populations before 1600, but it is reasonable to state that in that year several thousand individuals inhabited the White Mountain region of Maine and New Hampshire, with a total population in New England as a whole of well over 100,000 native people.

New Hampshire's First Leader, Sagamore of the Penacook ...
Chandler E. Potter of Manchester NH. The exact date and burial place of Passaconaway is unknown. It is believed he died before King Phillip's War (1675) and possibly it occurred about 1673. Perhaps he was buried in a ...

Former slaves buried in Portsmouth Saturday | Local News ...
Dozens of people gathered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Saturday for a special ceremony to bury the remains of former slaves. ... The park was a burial site for African slaves in the 18th century. Valeria Cunningham, the ...

New Hampshire Final Expense Insurance - Compare Burial ...
The purpose of securing a New Hampshire final expense insurance policy is so that your family can have the means to cover the costs of your funeral and burial. Since most deaths are unexpected, it is best to have the coverage set in place ...