in the U. S. of A.
Independence Day - July 4th - 240 years
**New** below web site list 109 Cheshire County men Killed in Action during World War II
|Alstead||1763||George N Kidder|
|Marlow||1761|| Mary Blank
at the Marlow Historical Society
|Walpole||1761||Kelli Ann Wilson|
Interested in being a Host for a Town in Cheshire Co., contact me at the email address, bottom of this page.
Historical Society of Cheshire County - Email address
Information on how and where to obtain vital records (such as birth, death, marriage and divorce records) at the state, county and town level in New Hampshire.
|Biographical Review, Vol XXIII||
Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Cheshire County,
New Hampshire (1897) - No charge for copies but send a SASE.
|From Journey's End to Hardscrabble||
cemeteries and burying-grounds of Chesterfield, NH.
|Mapleside Cemetery in Alstead||
Village of Alstead, NH.
|All Cemeteries in Alstead||
|Cheshire Co. Gazeteer & Directory||dated 1885||Gail Watkins|
|History of Chesterfield, NH||by Oran E Randall, 1882||Mark Grassman|
|History of Fitzwilliam, NH||1752 to 1887 by Rev. Norton, 829pp., one or two surnames & a fee for photocopies and postage||Rhett Owings|
|History of Keene, NH||by the Keene History Committee, 1968||Deborah Cook|
|History of Nelson, NH||Edited by Parke Hardy Struthers, from 1767-1967 includes Family Section and Cemetery listing) (no index, so be specific as possible)||Edith Bartley|
|History of Rindge, NH||by Ezra Stearns between 1736-1874 also researched Benjamin Davis family of Rindge, NH,||Dee Dee Rypka|
|History of Stoddard, NH||by Isaiah Gould, 1897, photocopy of original book, 139 pp.||Robert J. Young|
|History of Walpole, NH||by Martha McDanolds Frizzell, 1963, second volume has town genealogy||Gail Watkins|
|New Hampshire Borns a Town||Alstead and East Alstead history, pp319||GN Kidder|
|Town of Richmond, NH||Ruth Flanders|
|The History of Troy, NH||1764-1897||Sheila Kenney|
|Walking Back Through Time 50 Historical Sketches of Winchester, NH||1997||Sheila Kenney|
|The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, MA||1897, 1982||Sheila Kenney|
|Town Reports of Winchester, NH a collection of many years.||1868 and up||Sheila Kenney|
|Ashuelot Cemetery Book of Ashuelot, NH||2002||Sheila Kenney|
|Cemeteries of Winchester, NH||2004||Sheila Kenney|
D-Day Invasion - June 6, 1944 to Aug 1944 - The Normandy Invasion lasted two months -
14 men from Cheshire Co. died between June and Aug 1944 (See Web Site below Killed in Action )
Fifteen men from Cheshire County who died while in the service or Killed in Action are highlighted below in red.
|Acworth||Samuel Harper, Thomas Harper, John Harper, Simon Powers
|Alstead|| David Abraham, Ripley Bingham (Sergeant),
Moses Farnsworth, William McGee, John McGee, Rufus Walton, Thomas
Wilson, Samuel Harper, Thomas Harper, John Harper, Simon Powers
Nathan Moulton, entered April 1, 1777; (Died in service) June 2, 1778, sickness.
|Charlestown|| Elisha Adams, Paye Harriman, John Joiner (Sergeant), Timothy Newton, Nathan Powers
Barabas Hickey, entered Jan. 1, 1777; (Died in Service) April 14, 1778, sickness
|Claremont|| Samuel Bates, John Clark, Ebenezer Matthews, Thomas Osgood, Joel Royce, Asa Stearns, Joseph Wright
Daniel Stearns, entered May 1, 1777; (Died in Service) April 30, 1780
|Cornish|| Peter Spicer, Daniel Putnam
Curtis Cady, entered Feb. 1777; (Died in Service) April 4, 1778, sickness
|Croydon||Paris Richardson, William Sisco|
|Dublin|| Hart Balch, James Chamberlin, Jonathan Morse, John Stone
Nathaniel Bates, entered Jan. 10, 1777; (Killed in Action) Sept. 19, 1777 near Saratoga, New York, about 12 o'clock noon the First New Hampshire Regiment engaged the British Troops, they fought for about 20 minutes.
|Fitzwilliam||Daniel Gould, Stephen Richardson, Stephen White|
|Jaffrey||Moses Cutter, John Dole, Benjamin Dole, Daniel Harper, Michael Silk, Samuel Wier|
|Keene||Silas Porter, Ezra Turner|
|Lempster|| Matthew Grear, William Layton, Isaac Gibbs
Asael Roundy, entered May 1, 1777; (Died in Service) Jan. 17, 1778, sickness
|New Grantham|| Stephen Jennens (Corporal), Isaac Gibbs
Ephraim Jennens, entered May 12, 1777; (Died in Service) Nov. 22, 1777, sickness
|Richmond||Thomas Hunt, Thomas Powers, Abner Powers (Corporal), Noah Porter, Lemuel Rice, William Taggart, Lewis Wisoo|
|Stoddard|| Samuel Morrison, Richard Richardson
Nathaniel Richardson, entered April 3, 1777;(Died in service) June 24, 1777
|Surry|| Joshua Church, Anthony Gilman, Samuel LiscombIsaac Gibbs
Jacob Bonney, entered May 20, 1777; (Died in service) July 1778
|Swanzey|| Joel Andrews, John Cross (Corporal), Silas Simons, Levi Simons, Joseph Tucker
William Frankford, entered Jan. 9, 1778; (Died in service) April 17, 1779
|Washington||Asa Jackson, William Munn, Nathan Munn, Abel Merrill, William White|
|Walpole|| John Baldwin, Francis Joiner, Thomas Jackson, John Still
Daniel Ashley, entered Feb 9, 1781;(Died in service) Aug. 1, 1781
Jonathan Eastman, entered Feb. 21, 1777; (Died in service) May 11, 1778, sickness
Benjamin Hudson, entered June 9, 1777; (Died in service) no date given
Daniel Riter, entered Jan. 1, 1777; (Died in service) Sept. 1, 1777
|Westmoreland||Nehemiah Gold, entered April 29, 1777; (Died in service) Aug. 10, 1778|
|Winchester||John Simons, Abner Wise (Corporal)|
To be added
With baseball starting, time to give football a rest
Not so fast regarding football, "Kangaroo" Court of Appeals upholds "deflate-gate" suspension, the Federal Judges are concerned about “air in a football“?
So the Supreme Court found "Gay Marriage" in the U.S. Constitution but it can't find a "baby's right to life" - strange
Bosox have won 8 Rings, in 108 Years, considering baseball's law of averages the next Ring ceremony should be in 2026 - Not bad since, the curse of the Bambino lasted 86 years
Counter added 3 Oct. 2013
This site maintained by: GN Kidder E-mail - address
Copyright 1996 by Randall Mitton
Copyright 1996-2016 by GN Kidder
Updated 14 July 2016