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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Rockingham County, New Hampshire

 
Clickable Map of Rockingham County, New Hampshire and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Rockingham County, NH (137) Hillsborough County, NH (38) Merrimack County, NH (122) Strafford County, NH (40) York County, ME (134) Essex County, MA (279)  RockinghamCounty(137) Rockingham County (137)  HillsboroughCounty(38) Hillsborough County (38)  MerrimackCounty(122) Merrimack County (122)  StraffordCounty(40) Strafford County (40)  YorkCountyMaine(134) York County (134)  EssexCountyMassachusetts(279) Essex County (279)
Brentwood is the county seat for Rockingham County
Adjacent to Rockingham County, New Hampshire
      Hillsborough County (38)  
      Merrimack County (122)  
      Strafford County (40)  
      York County, Maine (134)  
      Essex County, Massachusetts (279)  
 
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1New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Candia — Sam Walter Foss — 1858-1911
2New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Candia — Soldier's Memorial
3New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Candia — World War I Honor Roll
4New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — Chester American Revolutionary War Memorial
5New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — Chester Civil War Memorial
6New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — Chester Persian Gulf Veterans Memorial
7New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — Chester Roll of Honor
8New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — Chester Vietnam War Memorial
9New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — Chester Village Cemetery
10New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — Early American Clocks
11New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — Stevens Memorial Hall
12New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Chester — The Chester Congregational Church
13New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Deerfield — 25 — Major John Simpson
14New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Deerfield — Site of the First Congregational Church — 1772
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15New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — Abraham Lincoln Speaks in New Hampshire
16New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — 131 — Brigadier General Enoch Poor
17New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — Exeter NH Exeter Gas Works
18New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — Exeter NH Folsom and Gilman Marker
19New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — Exeter NH War Memorial
20New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — 097 — Exeter Town House
21New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — George Leonard Smith Gun
22New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — 161 — Ladd-Gilman House
23New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — Powder House — — 1771 —
24New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — Powder House — — 1771 —
25New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — 032 — Revolutionary Capital
26New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — Second Burial Ground
27New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — Site of the First Mill At Falls of the Squamscott River
28New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Exeter — The Folsom Tavern — (circa 1775)
29New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Fremont — 170 — Civil War Riot of 1861
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30New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Fremont — Fremont Village Cemetery — Est. 1819
31New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Fremont — Historic Black Rocks Village / Historic Fremont, N.H.-Olde Poplin
32New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Fremont — John Prescott Lovering's Inn — circa 1756
33New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Fremont — 142 — Mast Tree Riot of 1734
34New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Fremont — 167 — Meeting House and Hearse House
35New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Fremont — 157 — Spaulding & Frost Cooperage
36New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Greenland — 480 Portsmouth Avenue — Town of Greenland — Incorporated 1721 — Reported damaged
37New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Greenland — Congregational Church — Greenland, N.H.
38New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Greenland — 33 — Lafayette's Tour — The Lafayette Trail — Mapping the Farewell Tour™ —
39New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — A Little Band Of Pioneers
40New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — Bell of Fifth Congregational Church Building
41New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — 0028 — First Public School Marker
42New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — Hampton NH 9/11 Memorial
43New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — Hampton NH Honor Rolls — Civil War and World War I
44New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — 0119 — Old Landing Road
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45New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — Rev. Ira S. Jones
46New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — Roll of Honor WW II
47New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — Rolls of Honor Viet Nam and Korean War
48New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — Site of the Log Meeting-House
49New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — The Proprietary School
50New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Hampton — Thorvald's Rock
51New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Kingston — 1867 — Gideon Lodge #84, F. & A. M.
52New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Kingston — 046 — Josiah Bartlett — — 1729–1795 —
53New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Kingston — Kingston War Memorial
54New Hampshire, Rockingham County, New Castle — Fort William and Mary Commemoration Marker
55New Hampshire, Rockingham County, New Castle — Frost Cemetery
56New Hampshire, Rockingham County, New Castle — Mines Building
57New Hampshire, Rockingham County, New Castle — New Castle Congregational Church
58New Hampshire, Rockingham County, New Castle — Portcullis
59New Hampshire, Rockingham County, New Castle — Walbach Tower
60New Hampshire, Rockingham County, New Castle — Walbach Tower
61New Hampshire, Rockingham County, New Castle — 004 — William and Mary Raids
62New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Newington — The Oldest Town Forest in the United States
63New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Newmarket — Wentworth Cheswill — (1746–1817)
64New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Northwood — 181 — First New Hampshire Turnpike
65New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Northwood — 024 — LaFayette's Tour
66New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Northwood — Northwood NH War Memorial
67New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Northwood — Northwood NH WWII Honor Roll
68New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Northwood — Northwood Parade 1775
69New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Northwoods — Northwood NH WWI Honor Roll
70New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — 18 Congress
71New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — African Burying Ground Memorial
72New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Black Yankees and The Sea — Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail
73New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Ceilia Layton Thaxter
74New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — CMoMM (SS) Arthur L. Stanton Chief of the Boat (COB) — Albacore — Portsmouth Submarine Memorial Association —
75New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Colonel Tobias Lear
76New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Dedicated to the men of the USS Thresher (SSN 593)
77New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Frank Jones's Hotels
78New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Haven Park — Portsmouth Visual Label Program
79New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Horse Chestnut — Aesculus hippocastanum
80New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — In This House Admiral (John) Paul Jones Resided
81New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — James (Stavers) — Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail
82New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — James Baxter Sergeant — Born February 10, 1946 in Trenton, NJ, son of Neil and Katherine (Keby) Sergeant — Died March 23, 2014 in Winter Park, FL —
83New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — John Paul Jones House
84New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — John Samuel Blunt, Painter — Portsmouth Visual Label Program
85New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Joseph & Nancy (Cotton) and their children, Eleazor & James — Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail
86New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Liberty Pole and Bridge
87New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Memorial Bridge 1923-2012
88New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Nation's Oldest Bank
89New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Negro Pews — Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail
90New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — New Hampshire's First Black Church — Portsmouth NH Black Heritage Trail
91New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — New Hampshire's Lost Boat — USS Capelin SS 289
92New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — 0114 — North Cemetery
93New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — North Pier
94New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — On this site was born Fitz John Porter — Aug. 31, 1822
95New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Oracle House — Circa 1702
96New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Point of Graves
97New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Point of Graves
98New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Portsmouth Memorial Bridge Marker
99New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Memorial
100New Hampshire, Rockingham County, Portsmouth — Portsmouth Navy Yard

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Jan. 27, 2023