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Burying Grounds, Cemeteries, Gravestones & History of Lee, New Hampshire
Cemeteries & History of Lee, New Hampshire
Lee is full of small family cemeteries. These are leftover from the days when it was more usual to bury your family on your property, but as years go on properties get divided up, leave the family's possesion and become forgotten.
Cartland Family Cemetery
Located on private property on Spencer Lane. Photos uploaded but not transcribed. View entire gallery
Davis Family Cemetery
Located on North River Road in Lee in front of the Flagg Hill Winery. See it's location and get directions at Yahoo Maps. Photos uploaded but not transcribed. View
Gluke / Old Parish Cemetery
Be sure to check out this boulder while you're there and the nearby gravestone for Elizabeth Burnham, who, according to local folklore, fell upon it after being shot by Indians in 1724. View
Flagg Hill Winery 297 North River Road
This scenic spot in Lee, New Hampshire has been a working farm since the 1700s. It is now a working vineyard and winery and recently became
the first distillery in NH, producing General John Stark Vodka.
114 acres of Flag Hill property were put into protection through a conservation easement supported by the Land and Community Heritage Program (LCHIP.)