Merrimack County NH

Biographical Sketch of Captain Cummings Pierce

Captain Cummings Pierce was born in Hillsborough, N.H., May 22, 1803, a son of Nathan and Phebe (Cummings) Pierce. He was a first cousin of the late President Pierce. His parents removed from Hillsborough to Bradford in 1821, and bought the Pierce homestead, now occupied by Freeman H. Gillingham. Cummings Pierce succeeded to the ownership …

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Biographical Sketch of Robert Henry Clark

Clark, Robert Henry; insurance; born, Cleveland, April 25, 1865; son of Henry Freeman and Eliza Crowell Clark; education, St. Paul’s School, Concord, N. H, Rouni College, M. A.; married, Cleveland, 1887, Julia Wick Bissell; one daughter, Millicent Clark; 18954898, Cleveland Trust Co.; since 1898, Casualty Insurance business; member firm Clark & Sprague; director Central National …

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North Road Cemetery, Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire

Alexander Wm. Alexander 84 yrs. and wife Rebecca Samuel Alexander Barber Julia Ann Barber Jethro Barber, Jr., died August 30, 1819 Barney Moses Barney and wife, Sarah F., and son Gilbert C. Bean Nancy E., daughter of Daird and Elizabeth Bean died 1825 Benaiah Bean, died June 14, 1856 age 59 Bixby Mabel (Clay) Bixby …

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Whites Pond Cemetery, Wilmot, Merrimack County, New Hampshire

Atwood Nancy M. daughter of George and Sarah Atwood George W. Atwood age 75 Augustus Atwood age 76 and wife Sarah age 65 Benjamin G. Atwood Banfield In memory of Miriam Banfield, died 1839 Joyce Albert W. Joyce Messer Levi Messer and wife Fanney Rowell Edwin D. Messer James A. Pangburn and wife Lucy Messer …

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Biography of William Tasker

William Tasker, one of the prominent residents of Contoocook, was born August 21, 1852, in Pittsfield, this county, son of William and Mary (Lougee) Tasker. The grandfather, Joseph Tasker, and his brothers, John and Paul, removing from Newington, near Portsmouth, were the first settlers of Barnstead. Paul Tasker died leaving no family. Joseph followed the …

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