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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Belknap County, New Hampshire
Adjacent to Belknap County, New Hampshire
► Carroll County (41) ► Grafton County (135) ► Merrimack County (120) ► Strafford County (40)
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| Main inscription Dedicated to the memory of those who enlisted from Alton in the War of 1861-65. Died in defense of their country and sleep in unknown graves. Erected by M.H. Savage Post GAR
Side 1 Issac C. Rollins Died at Yorktown . . . — — Map (db m96739) WM|
| Main inscription Viet Nam Conflict Honor Roll
followed by 2 rows of 70 names.
Reverse inscription Dedicated Mar 30 1987 Erected by Town of Alton and American Legion Post 72 — — Map (db m96743) WM|
This memorial is dedicated to the men and women who served their country for the cause of freedom
1941 World War II 1945 4 rows of names are inscribed.
Those who made the supreme sacrifice 8 names are inscribed.
1950 Korea 1953 . . . — — Map (db m96745) WM|
|Erected by the town of Alton N.H. honor roll of her soldiers and sailors 1914 World War I 1919
Top row: 3 names with Stars
Then 4 rows of inscribed names
*Died in the service of our country — — Map (db m96747) WM|
|This location became a transportation center on August 30, 1851, upon completion of the Cocheco Railroad from Dover to Alton Bay. The first "Mount Washington" steamboat was built here in 1872. For forty years a railroad terminus, here northbound . . . — — Map (db m96751) HM|
| Belknap College 1963 - 1974 Founders Dr. Royal M. Frye and Dr. Virginia M. Brigham were visionaries, educators, and mentors who brought together faculty, administrators and students for an outstanding education. While Degrees were earned, all . . . — — Map (db m97063) HM|
the name of
John Endicvt Gov.
and the initials of
Edward Johnson and Simon Willard, Commissioners
of the Massachusetts Bay Colony,
John Sherman and Jonathan Ince, Surveyors,
were inscribed upon this rock
August . . . — — Map (db m172639) HM|
|In honor of the 12th Regt. NH Vols. who fought in the war of 1861-1865 for the preservation of the Union. Erected by Major E.E. Bedee — — Map (db m96730) WM|
|1941-1945 Meredith Honor Roll
There are 3 panels of inscribed names, with 4 starred names, indicating they gave their lives in the conflict — — Map (db m96732) WM|
|Live Free or Die
Dedicated to All
May 30, 1992 — — Map (db m148630) WM|
|Live Free or Die
Dedicated to All
Veterans Who Have
May 30 1992 — — Map (db m162671) WM|
|In grateful tribute to the men and women who served in the armed forces of our country in World War II, 1941-1946 — — Map (db m97193) WM|
| Soldiers' Monument — — Map (db m97153) WM|
|Situated on the Winnipesaukee River, the town of Tilton was a prime location for a variety of mills in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The products produced in Tilton during the height of the mill manufacuring period included . . . — — Map (db m97228) HM|
|In 1850, approximately 100 years after the town of Sanbornton was settled, a group of citizens petitioned to form a new town. Voted on at a special town meeting in 1869, and approved by the voters and the governor of N.H., the town of Tilton was . . . — — Map (db m97229) HM|
|In the eighteenth and nineteenth century, the power of the Winnipesuakee River was harnessed to operate mills up and down its banks. These banks were home to several gristmills, woolen mills, and other textile mills. Many dams existed in this . . . — — Map (db m97231) HM|
|In honor of those from the town of Tilton who devoted themselves to the cavse of freedom in the service of ovr covntry --1914-1919 -- They served without thovght of self that the principles of liberty, jvstice and eqvality might prevail for all . . . — — Map (db m97194) WM|