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

Cemeteries & History of Stratham, New Hampshire

Stratham - Congregational Church Cemetery

 

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Stratham - Greenwood Cemetery

 

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More History in Stratham

John Crockett House Also known as Kenniston Tavern
245 Portsmouth Ave.
Georgian style. Private residence. Listed on National Register of Historic Places.

Deacon Samuel and Jabez Lane Homestead
Portsmouth Ave.
Federal style. Private residence. Listed on National Register of Historic Places. More about Samuel Lane.

Cornet Thomas Wiggin House Also known as Patrick R. Flanagan House
249 Portsmouth Ave.
Federal style. Private residence. Listed on National Register of Historic Places.

Lester Lane Dial
at the top of Stratham Hill Park, Rte. 33
A round dial that shows the distances from Stratham to many local landmarks.
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Stratham Historical Society
Wiggin Memorial Library Building, Portsmouth Ave
PO Box 39

Listed on National Register of Historic Places. Open Tuesday 9:00am to 11:30am, Thursday 2:00pm to  4:00pm, The first Sunday of every month 2:00pm to 4:00pm

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


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