The war commonly called by the colonists, “King William’s War,” commenced in 1688 and ended in 1697. The object of the French was the expulsion of the English from the northern and middle provinces. The English directed their efforts against Canada. The French secured the services of the greater part of the Indians, and the united forces spread death and desolation in all directions.
A return of the rank and occurrences that have happened to the Officers of the 3rd New Hampshire Regiment from 8 Nov, 1776 to 1 Jan, 1780. Name Rank From what time to what time Remarks Alex Scammell 2nd Lieut 8 Nov 1776 – 1 Jan 1780 Henry Dearborn promoted to Major Lieut Col 8
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.
The early probate records of the Province of New Hampshire, from 1635 to 1771, have been published in nine volumes (vols. 31-39) of the set “New Hampshire State Papers” edited by Albert Stillman Batchellor, Henry Harrison Metcalf, and Otis G. Hammond. Originally published in the years 1907-1941 these books are available in many libraries throughout
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
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
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
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 ?
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
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’