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Dover NH Civil War Memorial Marker image, Touch for more information
By James R. Murray, June 30, 2016
Dover NH Civil War Memorial Marker
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Dover NH Civil War Memorial
Front Inscription In commemoration of the men of Dover who served their country on land and sea in the war for the Union 1861-1865 Dover

Rear Inscription Presented to the city of Dover by their comrade Daniel Hall 1912 Dulce . . . — Map (db m95550) WM

New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Dover NH Libby WWI Memorial
Erected by the City of Dover in memory of Lieut. Donald W. Libby who died in France in the service of his country October 5, 1918. Dedicated 1926 — Map (db m95607) WM
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Dover NH Spanish American War Memorial/USS Maine Memorial
Front Inscription Sp American Memorial Seal with the following: Cuba Philippine Islands Porto Rico Spanish War Veterans 1898-1902

Right side inscription Privates, 46 names listed

Rear inscription Dedicated by the . . . — Map (db m95560) HM WM

New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Dover NH WW I Dobbins Memorial
In memory of Pvt. William H. Dobbins Co.H 18th Infantry who died in France October 4, 1918 — Map (db m95590) WM
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Dover NH WWI Memorial
1917-1919 In honor of the citizens of Dover who served their country in the World War Fifteen names have * and are separated from the rest of the listed names, these are the names of those killed due to the war There are 3 panels with 639 . . . — Map (db m95562) HM WM
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Dover NH WWI Parent Memorial
Erected by the City of Dover in memory of Fabien Parent who died in France in the service of his country September 28, 1918. Dedicated 1927. — Map (db m95608) WM
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Dover NH WWII Memorial
A tribute to the finest America has to offer the Citizen Soldier, then, now, and forever 1940-1946 — Map (db m95564) WM
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Drouin WWI Memorial Dover NH
Top Drouin Front George W. Born 1890 Died 1919 Enlisted April 1918, 309 HIF Co.A — Map (db m95606) WM
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — Maurice J. Burke Memorial
In memory of MAURICE J. BURKE WT First Class on destroyer Maddox U.S. Navy Born August 26, 1899 Lost in Action July 11,1943 — Map (db m95566) WM
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Dover — 165 — The Alexander Scammell Bridge over the Bellamy River
A Revolutionary patriot, soldier, and adopted son of Durham, N.H., Alexander Scammell served with distinction through six years of the war from Bunker Hill to Yorktown, where he was wounded, captured, and died six days later, Oct. 6, 1781. Born in . . . — Map (db m74582) HM WM
New 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

New Hampshire (Strafford County), Durham — 89 — Major General John Sullivan 1740-1795
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
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Durham — Major General John Sullivan Memorial
Plaque 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 . . . — Map (db m96441) HM
New 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
New Hampshire (Strafford County), New Durham — New Durham Meeting House
The New Durham Meetinghouse was built by settlers from Durham and nearby towns in 1770 as their house of worship and seat of government until 1819 when the town's first church was built. This area was the town center until the 1850's when the . . . — Map (db m96748) HM
New Hampshire (Strafford County), Rollinsford — 88 — Charles Cogswell Doe 1830-1896
Rollinsford was the home of Charles C. Doe. Jurist, Judge of the Supreme Court and Chief Justice from 1876-1896. Upon graduation from Dartmouth College in 1849, he studied law at Harvard. His outstanding opinions as Chief Justice indicate his . . . — Map (db m95422) HM

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