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State of New Hampshire Revised Statues
TITLE XXVI CEMETERIES; BURIALS; DEAD
CHAPTER 289 CEMETERIES
289:14 Right of Way to Private
Burial Ground. - Any person wishing to
have a temporary right of entry over private
land in order to enter a private burial
ground enclosure to which there is no public
right of way may apply in writing to the
selectmen of a town or the mayor of a city
stating the reason for such request and the
period of time for which such right is to be
exercised. The applicant shall also notify
in writing the owner or occupier of the land
over which the right of way is desired. The
selectmen or mayor, in the exercise of
discretion and in consultation with the
cemetery trustees, may issue a permit for
such temporary right of entry designating
the particular place where the land may be
crossed. The owner or occupier of the land
may recommend the place of crossing which,
if reasonable, shall be the place designated
by the selectmen or mayor.
Source. 1994, 318:2, eff.
Aug. 7, 1994.
If you are looking for cemetery information please check out this site. I
think you will be pleasantly surprised, if you
have not seen this already.
Brian has put alot of time into this effort. Thanks Brian for
all your hard work!
Ancestors At Rest
kindly offered to do lookups for us from many of the cemetery books that she
has for Carroll Co.
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Please follow the accepted
procedure of only
requesting one or two lookups at a time.