Graveyard #4 (All overgrown and many stones fallen and broken to bits.) GARLAND Eliza S., d. 8 Apr. 1850, ae. 22 yrs., 5 mos. Wife of Daniel H. Garland. Anna E., d. 7 Oct. 1868, ae. 14 yrs. Dau. of Daniel H. & Sarah A. Garland. Graveyard #1 PICKERING Capt. Jonathan, d. 7 Jul. 1883, ae. 84 yrs., 7 mos. Eliza, d. 13 Aug. 1851, ae. 49 yrs., 6 mos. Wife of Capt. Jonathan Pickering. Judith, d. 23 Mar. 1879, ae. 74 yrs. Wife of Capt. Jonathan Pickering. Mary, d. 13 Oct. 1855, ae.
Location: Belknap County NH
Point Lookout, Md., August 11th, 1863 ____________ Mr. Editor: I suppose that long before this you have heard of the whereabouts of the 12th, and know something of our situation; but perhaps a few lines, relative to our proceedings of late, and of our present good fortune may prove acceptable. My last letter to the Gazette was written while we were at Green Springs, Md. Since we left that place, up to the time of our coming to this place, we have shared, in common with this army the hardships and privations incident to a hard march. I would like
The sixteenth Regiment N.H. Volunteers, in command of Col. James Pike, arrived in Concord on the 14th inst. They left this State on the 23rd of last November, having been mustered in for nine months service. They have participated in only a few engagements, but have been included in the Department of the Gulf and have suffered greatly front he diseases of a hot and unhealthy region. The corps, on reaching the city, had 340 men able to carry arms, together with enfeebled soldiers who were immediately transferred to the hospital at City Hall. Besides these 49 invalids were left
Obituaries extracted from various editions of the Lake Village Times, 1928-1930. Jan 1929 Alburtis S. Gordon Alburtis S. Gordon was found dead in a chair at his home, 103 Court St. yesterday morning by neighbors who summoned Dr. L. R. Brown, medical referee. Dr. Brown pronounced death due to natural causes. Mr. Gordon suffered a shock some time ago, and it is believed succumbed to another attack last evening. He was fully dressed. He lived alone. Mr. Gordon was formerly a prominent Laconia jeweler, in the firm of Gordon and Booth. He was born in Hebron, May 17, 1848. He
The Belknap Gazette. Laconia, N. H., Saturday August 22, 1863. Vol. XXL….No. 21 MARRIED In Bangor, Me., 10th inst. by Rev. A. ? Small Mr. GEORGE W. EMERY to Miss CLARA F. SANBORN both of B. In upper Gilmanton, Jan. 29, by Rev. A. ? Smith Mr. JACOB F. BAMFORD to Miss HATTIE A ? both of Sanbornton. Also by the same, July 11, Mr. MANUEL ROWE of Gilford to Mrs. MARY ANN STEVENS, of Chelsea, Vermont. DIED May 9th, in the hospital at Carrollton, La., of Typhoid fever GEORGE F. BOWERS 17 yrs. and 11 months, son of RUFUS
Casualties or severe accidents in Sanbornton New Hampshire 1766(?). The first to be recorded was serious rather than fatal. The earliest frame on the site of the original Clark house, west of Tin Corner (one of the very first framed dwellings erected in town) before being covered, was “cut in two by a large ash-tree blown down upon it” by a violent wind! It was immediately repaired, and the building proceeded. 1770(?). John Gibson was drowned in the Middle Bay, above Gibson’s Falls, by fallig from a boat. This is supposed to have been the earliest instance of drowning in
There are a total of 265 men listed. If you have anyof these names in your family genealogy and would like me to put a link to your url or email please let me know. All information is taken from The History of Sanbornton, NH vol. I by Rev. M.T. Runnels 1882 The three years’ men of 1861 N.H. Fourth Regiment enlisted Sept. 18-20, 1861 for three years CHARLES K. BUSWELL; private, Co. D; discharged for disability, Dec 31, 1862 CHARLES C. CLARK; corporal, Co. D; discharged for disability, Dec 5, 1861; re-enlisted, Fifteenth Regiment, corporal, Co. H, Oct 11,
Lake Village Times Historical Notes For 1868 and 1869 (from a newspaper article–no date) Historical Notes. The following notes taken from the local columns of the first year’s file of the Lake Village Times cannot fail to be of interest to all and particularly to the young people. With the elderly they will refresh the memory while to the young and those who have lived here but a few years they will serve as bits of history of this place. 1868 Jan. 4 The Lake Village Times started by Stanton & Haynes. Four pages of six columns each. Issued from
The Belknap County Gazette. Meredith Bridge, N. H., Saturday August 12, 1854. VOL. 8. NO. 22 Marriages In New Hampton, Cap. Stephen B. Poor, to Miss Frances M. Harris, both of N.H. In Barnstead, Mr. Joseph M. Howard to Miss Hannah A. Hill. In Milton, Mr. Charles C. Durgin, of Gilmanton, to Miss Christine H. Hanson, of Lebanon, Me. In Wolfborough, M. John Clough, to Miss Betsey Ann Lang, both of W. In North Haverhill, Joel N. Angler, Esq., of Stockton, California, to Miss Sarah L. Swazey. In Concord, Mr. George Cooper, to Miss Betsy Ann Carr. In Wolfborough, Mr.
Alvin W. Sanders, one of the leading merchants of Pittsfield, was born in this town, October 5, 1850, son of William and Adeline (Reynolds) Sanders. His grandfather, Samuel Sanders, who was a resident of Strafford, N.H., followed shoemaking and farming throughout the active period of his life, and died at the age of seventy years. Samuel’s wife, whose maiden name was Betsey Cater, lived to be eighty years old. She was the mother of nine children, all now deceased, of whom William was the youngest. William Sanders was born in Strafford, and reared upon a farm. He learned the shoemaker’s