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

Cemeteries & History of Hampton, New Hampshire

Rings Swamp Cemetery is located on Park Avenue in Hampton next to Winnacunnet High School. See it's location and get directions at Yahoo Maps.

Hampton - Rings Swamp Cemetery


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Shaw Cemetery

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More History in Hampton

Benjamin James House
186 Towle Farm Rd.
Built in 1723 and recognized as a true "first period" colonial home. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Open the third Sunday of the month from May to October from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Group tours can be accommodated at other times.

Hampton Historical Society & Tuck Museum
40 Park Ave
Home of the Hampton Historical Society, the Tuck Museum is composed of several buildings including the Farm Museum, Fire Museum, School, Tuck Building, Millstones and Monuments. Open year round Sun, Weds, Fri 1 to 4 PM.

Hampton Historians, Inc.
3 Thomsen Road
Hampton, NH 03842

Reuben Lamprey Homestead
416 Winnacunnet Rd.
Colonial home. Reuben Lamprey built this house and barn about 1760. Private residence. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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