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Burying Grounds, Cemeteries, Gravestones & History of Durham, New Hampshire

Cemeteries & History of Durham, New Hampshire

Schoolhouse Lane Cemetery is located on Schoolhouse Lane in Durham, NH. See it's location and get directions at Yahoo Maps.

Odiorne Family Cemetery

Located on Route 4, just before Emery Farm and Wagon Hill Farm.
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Louisa d. 18??
Amos P. Hanscom d. 1853
Sally Odiorne d. 1847
Theophilus Odiorne d. 1835
Maria Wilder Green Ragan d. 1908, daughter of "Patriot" Jacob Wilder.
Harriet Campbell Soule d. 1881
Lydia Odiorne Watson d. 1864


Major General John Sullivan Monument

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Schoolhouse Lane Cemetery

 

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Titcomb Family Cemetery

Located on Route 4, Dover New Hampshire.

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More History in Durham

Durham Historic District including the Gen. John Sullivan House / Adams--Sullivan House
Main St. and Newmarket Rd.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Durham Historic Museum
Corner of Route 108 and Main St,

Durham Historical Association
PO Box 305
Durham, NH 03824

Thompson Hall
off Main St., University of New Hampshire campus
Romanesque style by architects James E. Randlett and Edward Dow. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

If you know of an historic place to visit in Durham, please submit it to jenn@gravematter.com


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