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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Hampton, 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 (127) Hillsborough County, NH (36) Merrimack County, NH (120) Strafford County, NH (40) York County, ME (56) Essex County, MA (247)  RockinghamCounty(127) Rockingham County (127)  HillsboroughCounty(36) Hillsborough County (36)  MerrimackCounty(120) Merrimack County (120)  StraffordCounty(40) Strafford County (40)  YorkCountyMaine(56) York County (56)  EssexCountyMassachusetts(247) Essex County (247)
Location of Hampton, New Hampshire
    Rockingham County (127)
    Hillsborough County (36)
    Merrimack County (120)
    Strafford County (40)
    York County, Maine (56)
    Essex County, Massachusetts (247)
 
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1New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — A Little Band Of Pioneers
A Little Band of Pioneers Under the Leadership of Rev. Stephen Bachiler of Southampton, England Seeking a Larger Liberty In October 1638 Settled in the Wilderness Near This Spot to Plant a Free Church In a Free Town They . . . Map (db m162682) HM
2New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — Bell of Fifth Congregational Church Building
Bell of Fifth Congregational Church Building 1797-1844 "Townsfolk to the Church I called." Bell Inscription: Meneely's West Troy NY 1861Map (db m155072) HM
3New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — First Public School Marker
First Public School in New Hampshire, supported by taxation, was opened in Hampton on May 31, 1649. It was presided over by John Legat for the education of both sexes. The sole qualification for admission of the pupils was that they be . . . Map (db m105144) HM
4New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — Hampton NH Honor RollsCivil War and World War I
(left tablet) Honor Roll This tablet erected by The Town of Hampton in honor of the men serving in the 1861 Civil War 1865 ... Hampton men credited elsewhere ... * Killed in action (right tablet) Honor . . . Map (db m105145) WM
5New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — Old Landing Road
This was the roadway. from the ancient landing on Hampton River taken on October 14, 1638 by Rev. Stephen Bachiler and his small band of followers, when they made the first settlement of Hampton, originally named Winnacunnet Plantation. For the . . . Map (db m162681) HM
6New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — Rev. Ira S. Jones
. . . Map (db m162691) HM
7New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — Roll of Honor WW II
Dedicated to those of our town who served in the armed forces and Merchant Marine of the US in World War II. 6 rows of names 5 rows of 53 names each 6th row with 19 names plus 8 Starred names, indicating killed in action.Map (db m105147) WM
8New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — Rolls of Honor Viet Nam and Korean War
Side 1 Roll of honor 1961 1975 Roll of Honor in remembrance of those who serve in the Vietnam War 4 rows of names Row 1 47 names Row 2 48 names Row 3 46 names Row 4 46 names 7 are starred, indicating loss of life/killed in action. . . . Map (db m105149) HM WM
9New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — Site of the Log Meeting-House
. . . Map (db m162694) HM
10New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — The Proprietary School
The Proprietary School now known as Hampton Academy was incorporated in 1810. Its first building which stood on this spot was burned. The building now used by the school was erected in 1852 and removed to its present site . . . Map (db m162696) HM
11New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Hampton — Thorvald's Rock
Thorvald Eriksson, brother of Leif Eriksson, led an expedition to Vinland where he was killed by Indians about 1000 years ago. Legend states that Thorvald was wounded during an Indian skirmish, and asked to be burned at a location that resembled . . . Map (db m162699) HM
 
Apr. 15, 2021