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

Cemeteries & History of North Hampton, New Hampshire

The United Church of Christ Cemetery is located on Atlantic Avenue in North Hampton NH. See it's location and get directions at Yahoo Maps.

Cemetery Status: Very Good, well kept and very few broken stones.

This page currently lists 123 individuals. This project is about 40% complete.

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United Church of Christ Cemetery

Alfred F. Batchelder
Ambrose Batchelder
Caroline C. Batchelder
Edward Batchelder
Elizabeth Batchelder
Harriet Batchelder
James Batchelder
James Batchelder Jr.
Jeremiah C. Batchelder
John Batchelder
John Batchelder
John Batchelder
John Batchelder
John T. Batchelder
Julia A. Batchelder
Lillie E. Batchelder
Lydia Batchelder
M. Abbie Batchelder
Mary Batchelder
Molly Batchelder
S. Jane Batchelder
Sally Batchelder
Sarah Batchelder
Thomas Batchelder
Thomas C. Batchelder
Warren S. Batchelder
Abigail Brown
Abigail Brown
Adna Brown
Alfred Brown
Annie J. Brown
Capt. Benjamin Brown
Benjamin F. Brown
Capt. David Brown
Dolly Brown
Dolly B. Brown
Eddy Anson Brown
Frank A. Brown
Hannah Brown
Hannah Brown
Hannah M. Brown
Jacob Brown
Jacob H. Brown
Jeremiah Brown
Jeremiah Brown
Josiah L. Brown
John Brown
Lydia Brown
Mary Brown
Mary Brown
Mary Brown
Mary J. Brown
Nathan Brown
Oliver P. Brown
Ruben Brown
Ruth Brown
Sally Brown
Sally Brown
Sally Brown
Sally E. Brown
Sally P. Brown
Stacy Brown
Walter F. Brown
Anne Cotton
Betsey Cotton
Jonathan Cotton
Jonathan Cotton
Mary W. Cotton
Morris Cotton
Thomas Cotton
Thomas Cotton
Thomas Cotton
Benjamin Dalton
Huldah Dalton
Tristram Dalton
John T. Dow
Vira A. Dow
Ebenezer C. Fogg
Lydia P. Brown Fogg
Almira Hubbard
Moses Hubbard
Jonathan Knowles
Sarah Knowles
Abigail Lamprey
David Lamprey
David M. Lamprey
H.B. Lamprey
John Lamprey
John Lamprey 3rd
Jonathan Lamprey
Lydia Lamprey
Mary Lamprey
Mary A. Lamprey
Morris Lamprey Esq.
Nancy Lamprey
Polly Lamprey
Sally Lamprey
John Lane
Sarah Lane
Annie B. Brown Marden
George A. Marden
? Marston
Addie C. Marston
Alfred L. Marston
Carrie A. Marston
Charles E. Marston
Horace Mann Marston
Ira B. Marston
Levi Marston
Nathaniel Dearborn Marston
Sally A. Marston
Sarah A. Marston
Oliver Moulton
Mary H. Norton
Oliver Norton
Elizabeth Pike
Charles A. Robbins
James Robbins
Sabina Butler Robbins
Abigail Sleeper
Ruth T. Sleeper
Abigail L. Tarlton
Elias Alvin Tarlton
Hattie L. Tarlton
Samuel Tarlton

Capt. John Locke Burying Ground

Captain John Locke
settled here on Lockes Neck
About 1640
Killed by the Indians near this spot
August 26, 1696
Erected by the Locke Family Association

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More History in North Hampton to Visit--

Fuller Gardens
10 Willow Avenue, off of Rte. 1A
On this property was once the former summer residence of Massachusetts's Gov. Alvan Fuller. It's now one of the last working formal estate gardens of the early 20th century. Designed in the Colonial Revival style on a 2 1/2 acre plot, the Gardens are in bloom throughout the season. The season begins with the extensive tulip display in early May, followed by the Japanese Garden and other late spring flowering shrubs and bulbs. The two thousand rose bushes start their season long bloom in late June-early July and continue through October. . The Gardens are open from mid-May to mid October, seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and also host a series of horticultural and educational event throughout the season.

Little Boar's Head Historic District
Parts of Atlantic Ave., Chapel Rd., Ocean Blvd., Sea Rd., and Willow Ave.
Private residences. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Route 1A
Travel the coastal, wavy road of Route 1A through Rye, North Hampton and Hampton and you'll see many elegant, Victorian era summer mansions.

If you know of an historic place to visit in North Hampton, please submit it to


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