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Historical Markers and War Memorials in New Castle, New Hampshire

 
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Location of New Castle, 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), New Castle — Fort William and Mary Commemoration Marker
In commemoration of the first victory of the American Revolution the capture on this site of Fort William and Mary 14-15 December 1774 In Admiration of the gallantry of Capt. John Langdon and Maj. John Sullivan Leaders of the . . . Map (db m85341) HM WM
2New Hampshire (Rockingham County), New Castle — Frost Cemetery
The Frost Cemetery was a private family burying ground passed down through the Frost and Bell families for many generations. The families lived near the Piscataqua River and the cemetery was located at the end of their properties near the . . . Map (db m135323) HM
3New Hampshire (Rockingham County), New Castle — Mines Building
Portsmouth Harbor was protected by underwater mine fields during both wars. During World War II, this protection was supplemented by an anti-submarine net which stretched across the mouth of the harbor from nearby Fort Stark to Fort Foster in . . . Map (db m135299) HM
4New Hampshire (Rockingham County), New Castle — New Castle Congregational Church
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m105370) HM
5New Hampshire (Rockingham County), New Castle — Portcullis
Replaced by the New Hampshire Daughters of the American Revolution commemorating the capture of the fort by New Hampshire Patriots December 14, 1774.Map (db m135324) HM
6New Hampshire (Rockingham County), New Castle — Walbach Tower
Nearby Walbach Tower is one of several built along the Atlantic coast during the War of 1812. Its builder, John de Barth Walbach, came to America from France in 1797. He joined the U.S. Army the following year and rose in rank from a . . . Map (db m135298) HM
7New Hampshire (Rockingham County), New Castle — Walbach Tower
From Colonial times through World War II to the present day, Fort Point has played a strategic role in the defense of our coastline. Walbach Tower, built in 1814 during the War of 1812, was one of Fort Point's more interesting but mostly . . . Map (db m135300) HM
8New Hampshire (Rockingham County), New Castle — 004 — William and Mary Raids
December 14-15, 1774, several hundred men overpowered the small British garrison at Castle William & Mary, now Fort Constitution, New Castle, and removed quantities of military supplies. These raids, set off by Paul Revere's ride to Portsmouth . . . Map (db m85343) HM WM
 
Apr. 15, 2021