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I have been interested in local history and genealogy for most of my life. Discovering information about the lives of the people who came before us has always been intriguing to me. They all have their special tales to tell.- each chapter and page completing their books as they traveled through life. Unfortunately, we can never uncover every fact and aspect of their lives or the joys and sorrows they encountered along the way, but the inscriptions found on gravestones can help to give us a glimpse into the past. One stone I discovered dating back to the 1850's has the inscription "Murdered". How intriguing is that?
Several of the graves at Bayside are those of Civil War veterans - brave men who served, were wounded or died on the battlefield. I have done extensive research on a number of other individuals buried there who figure into the early history of the Laconia - Lakeport area. It is my hope that the information provided will prove useful and interesting. I have attempted to be as accurate as possible and apologize for any errors.
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|Duane Downey||RE: Lamprey Memorials|
Thank you, Claire for your note, and for putting up the memorials for Robert Lamprey (1806) and John B Lamprey. John B Lamprey is my great-great-grandfather. Now if I could find data on his mother, Mary. I'm suspicious if he may have been illegitimate. In any case I was happy to see all of them remembered in your work.
|Bill and April||RE: Capt. Willis A. Sanborn|
You're welcome on both accounts, Claire. It appears you have done quite a bit of work with the Sanborns at Bayside. We can only hope to help you with some pictures! Bill and April
|Frank H Morey||WHITTIERS|
THANK YOU CLAIRE FOR ALLOWING ME TO MAINTAIN LYMAN WHITTIER. IT WILL MAKE UPDATING IT SO MUCH EASIER.
THANKS AGAIN I'M IN CLAREMONT NH, SO IF THERE IS ANYTHING I CAN DO FOR YOU LET ME KNOW. HAVE A GOOD DAY. FRANK H MOREY
|Susan Neander||Re: Sterle A. Trainor|
Thank you so much for the time and effort you must have spent researching.
Sue O'Dell Neander
|Frank H Morey||Whittier History|
1550 WHITTEER, RICHARD
1580 WHITEAR, RICHARD
1620 WHITTIER, THOMAS GREENLEAF CAME TO AMERICA IN 1638 ON THE GOOD SHIP CONFIDENCE, FROM SALISBURY, WILTS, ENGLAND AND SETTLED IN SALISBURY, MASS.
1658 WHITTIER, NATHANIEL, HAVERHILL, MASS.
1685 WHITTIER, REUBEN, SALISBURY, MASS.
1721 WHITTIER, BENJAMIN, SALISBURY, MASS.
1751 WHITTIER, NATHANIEL, STRATHAM, NH.
1776 WHITTIER, BENJAMIN HARVEY, NORTHFIELD, NH.
1806 WHITTIER, BENJAMIN, HARVEY, NORTHFIELD, NH.
THERE WAS A WILLIAM WHITTIER AND POLLY ELLIOT THAT HAD 4 CHILDREN, THEIR NAMES WERE SPELLED WHITCHER, WHO KNOWS WHY, ALSO
THERE WAS A BENJAMIN WHITTIER AND MARGARET SHEPARD THAT HAD 6 CHILDREN WITH THE SAME SPELLING.
THERE MAY BE OTHERS, I KNOW I HAVE A LOTR OF THEM IN MY FAMILY TREE.
MY FAMILY TREE STARTED WITH THE WHITTIERS AND NOW HAS OVER 12,600 NAMES.
MY GRAND MOTHER WAS A WHITTIER, HER UNCLE AT THE AGE OF 20 DIED IN THE CIVIL WAR.
I HAVE A FAMILY OF THREE BOYS, 2 DIED IN THE CIVIL WAR.
MY G G GRAND FATHER CHARLES D BROUGH WAS WOUNED AT FREDERICKBURG AND MUSTERED OUT.
I HAVE FOUND THE GRAVES OF 9 OF HIS TEN CHILDREN,
THREE ARE IN LACONIA, SIX ARE IN CLAREMONT.
I THOUGHT YOU MIGHT FIND THIS INTERESTING, MAYBE TO MUCH INFORMATION. FRANK H MOREY IN CLAREMONT.
|Barbara Hunter-Holmes||Benjamin F. Dow|
I'm very interested in where you found all the information on this family. It adds much to the families information and answers many questions on the relationships. The Dows' are in my tree through a relation to a cousin.
Thanks so much,
|BL Hughes||Irving Hanson Chase|
I have added the information you sent. Thanks.
I take it he died in Tampa.
|RobinM||Burt Hutchins Photo|
Good Morning ~
I was doing research on Laconia Police history and came across this web site. I found information Bert Hutchins in Bayside who was a Deputy Chief in Laconia thanks to your excellent research. I thought you might like a photograph of him to add to the memorial. Thank you again for your work memorializing our past citizens.
Added by RobinM on Aug 31, 2011 9:17 AM