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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Exeter, 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
Exeter is in Rockingham County
      Rockingham County (137)  
ADJACENT TO ROCKINGHAM COUNTY
      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), Exeter — Abraham Lincoln Speaks in New Hampshire
On March 3, 1860, Abraham Lincoln delivered his final of four speeches in New Hampshire at Exeter Town Hall. Lincoln had strong ties to Exeter due to the influence of Amos Tuck, of this town, who is credited with the creation of the Republican . . . Map (db m88050) HM
2New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — 131 — Brigadier General Enoch Poor
Born in Andover, Mass. June 21, 1736, Enoch Poor settled in Exeter, becoming a successful merchant and ship-builder. In 1775 he was appointed colonel in the 3rd New Hampshire Regiment. Poor was at Stillwater, Saratoga and Monmouth, and served under . . . Map (db m75241) HM
3New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — Exeter NH Exeter Gas Works
The Exeter Gas Works operated on this site beginning in 1862. The gas, produced from coal, supplied street lights in Exeter during the American Civil War. Local homes and businesses were supplied shortly thereafter. Manufactured gas was the . . . Map (db m96465) HM
4New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — Exeter NH Folsom and Gilman Marker
In honor of John Folsom and his wife Mary Gilman, progenitors of the American Folsoms, natives of Hingham, England emigrated 1638, settled Exeter 1655. This stone erected by their descendants on land granted to Lieutenant Peter Folsom, was once the . . . Map (db m96467) HM
5New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — Exeter NH War Memorial
In honor of those who served in the armed forces of the United States of AmericaMap (db m96463) WM
6New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — 097 — Exeter Town House
The historic Town House of Exeter stood near this site. Here on January 5, 1776, the Provincial Congress adopted and signed the first state constitution thereby establishing an independent state government, the first of the thirteen colonies. The . . . Map (db m75242) HM
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7New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — George Leonard Smith Gun
This cannon was presented by Captain George Leonard Smith, U.S.N. (1876-1951) to honor Exeter’s veterans of World War II. Captain Smith was a native son of Exeter, a prolific inventor, and a veteran of three wars. This cannon incorporates . . . Map (db m31541) HM
8New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — 161 — Ladd-Gilman House
Built about 1721 as one of New Hampshire’s earliest brick houses, and enlarged and clapboarded in the 1750s, this dwelling served as the state treasury during the Revolution. Here were born John Taylor Gilman (1753-1828), who was elected governor . . . Map (db m75243) HM
9New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — Powder House— 1771 —
At this site on the Squamscott river stands the storehouse for the town’s powder used during the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Powder captured from the British at New Castle was stored here and later used at the Battle of Bunker Hill.Map (db m41157) HM
10New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — Powder House— 1771 —
Directly across the Squamscott river stands the storehouse for the towns powder used during the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Powder captured from the British at New Castle was stored here and later used at the Battle of Bunker Hill.Map (db m41158) HM
11New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — 032 — Revolutionary Capital
Founded by Rev. John Wheelwright in 1638, Exeter was one of the four original towns in the colony. Following New Hampshire’s provisional declaration of independence on January 5, 1776, it served as the capital of the new state during the period of . . . Map (db m75244) HM
12New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — Second Burial Ground
Second Burial Ground Est. late 1600's Here is the last resting place of some of Exeter's early settlers. Samuel Dudley, respected minister who led Exeter's residents for 33 years. Nathaniel Ladd and family, influential community members, built the . . . Map (db m96466) HM
13New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — Site of the First Mill At Falls of the Squamscott River
A grist mill built by Thomas Wilson in 1640. The island and site were granted to him by the town which reserved the right for canoe landing and the laying of fish. Wilson’s Creek flows on the easterly side.Map (db m41156) HM
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14New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Exeter — The Folsom Tavern(circa 1775)
Occupied this site until it was moved in 1929 to its present location at Spring and Water Streets. President George Washington was a guest at the Folsom Tavern in November, 1789. Map (db m180170) HM
 
 
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Dec. 10, 2022