in the U. S. of A.
**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
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Some NFL coaches are terrible, some okay, some good, NE Patriots seems to have the smartest of the bunch, no doubt one the best coaches ever.
So the Supreme Court found "Gay Marriage" in the U.S. Constitution but it can't find a "baby's right to life" - how strange is that!!!
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