“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Durham, New Hampshire

Clickable Map of Strafford County, New Hampshire and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Strafford County, NH (40) Belknap County, NH (18) Carroll County, NH (42) Merrimack County, NH (122) Rockingham County, NH (137) York County, ME (134)  StraffordCounty(40) Strafford County (40)  BelknapCounty(18) Belknap County (18)  CarrollCounty(42) Carroll County (42)  MerrimackCounty(122) Merrimack County (122)  RockinghamCounty(137) Rockingham County (137)  YorkCountyMaine(134) York County (134)
Dover is the county seat for Strafford County
Durham is in Strafford County
      Strafford County (40)  
      Belknap County (18)  
      Carroll County (42)  
      Merrimack County (122)  
      Rockingham County (137)  
      York County, Maine (134)  
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1New Hampshire, Strafford County, Durham — Durham New Hampshire War Memorial Marker
In Honor of the men and women of Durham who served in the armed forces of there country.There are several markers that make up this memorial. Each monument is inscribed with the names of those who served.Map (db m96443) WM
2New Hampshire, Strafford County, Durham — 89 — Major General John Sullivan1740-1795
Revolutionary patriot, soldier, politician, first Grand Master of Masons in New Hampshire, and a resident of Durham. He left the Continental Congress to serve under Washington from Cambridge to Valley Forge. Commanded at Rhode Island in 1778, and . . . Map (db m96438) HM
3New Hampshire, Strafford County, Durham — Major General John Sullivan Memorial
The plaque commemorates the 200th anniversary of the first organized fight of the Revolution and the transport by gundalow of gunpowder taken from the British at Fort William and Mary in New Castle on Dec. 14, 1774, concealed at this spot and . . . Map (db m96441) HM
4New Hampshire, Strafford County, Durham — Oyster River Massacre
On July 18, 1694, a force of about 250 Indians under the command of a French Soldier, de Villieu, attacked settlements in this area on both sides of the Oyster River, killing or capturing approximately 100 settlers, destroying five garrison houses . . . Map (db m96442) HM
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Jan. 27, 2023