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Burying Grounds, Cemeteries, Gravestones & History of Hampton Falls, New Hampshire

Cemeteries & History of Hampton Falls, New Hampshire

Melcher/Hawes cemetery is located on Exeter Road (Rt. 88) in Hampton Falls, NH. See it's location and get directions at Yahoo Maps.

Cemetery Status: Good. a few broken stones that need repair, ok landscaping.

This page currently lists 40 individuals. This project is about 75% complete.

Hampton Falls - Melcher/Hawes Cemetery

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Frederic Brown d. 1865
Hannah Brown d. 1823
Capt. Jacob Brown d. 1870
John Brown d. 1846
Levi Brown d. 1834
Levi Brown d. 1869
Mary Brown d. 1832
Mehetabel Brown d. 1800
Polly Brown d. 1789
Sally Brown d. 1843
Sarah Brown d. 1891
Sarah N. Brown d. 1828
Sewell Brown d. 1867
Elisabeth Melcher
Elisabeth Melcher
Elisabeth Melcher d. 1829
Eliza A. Fogg
Elizabeth Melcher
Esther Melcher
Esther Melcher
Hannah Melcher
Joseph Melcher
Joseph Melcher
Mary Melcher
Mary Melcher
Samuel Melcher
Samuel Melcher
Samuel Melcher
Samuel Melcher
Samuel Melcher
Samuel Melcher
Samuel Melcher
Samuel Melcher
Charlotte Ann Moulton
Elizabeth Moulton
Emma Susan Moulton
Capt. Nathan Moulton
Sarah Moulton
Sally Sanborn
James A. Warren
Theophilus G. Warren

Old Brookside Cemetery

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Sanborn/Pike Cemetery

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More History in Hampton Falls to Visit

Gov. Meshech Weare House
Exeter Rd. (NH 88)
Private residence. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Unitarian Church Also known as First Congregational Church - Unitarian
Exeter Rd.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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


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