This was land taken from the farm of Amos Wilkins, the first settler on what is best known now as the Kilburn S. Curtis place. There are no records to show whether the land was bought or donated for the purpose. The town has kept the walls in repair and cared for the grounds to some extent, but it was never deeded to the public. Here lie many of the first settlers of that section of the town, - the Wellmans, Carkins, Mannings, Perkinses, Clarks and others who were the pioneers in that vicinity.
(Excerpt from The history of the town of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire, 1735-1905, pg 499.)
GPS Coordinates: 42.88927, -71.73172
- Added: 27 Sep 2009
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2324994
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