Tuck Cemetery

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Tuck Cemetery

Brentwood, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA
Memorials 31 added (74% photographed)

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This cemetery is just on the edge of Route 125 on the east side of the road, enclosed in a stone wall.

Plaque at front gate reads:
To honor the memory of Lieutenant Samuel Tuck and his wife Anna Moulton Tuck

Samuel Tuck was born September 13, 1736 at Kensington, NH and died in the service of his country Nov 12, 1777. He signed the Association Test at Brentwood July 6, 1776 and served as ensign and lieutenant under Captain Porter Kimball in Stephen Evan's regiment which marched from New Hampshire and joined the Northern Continental Army in Saratoga in September 1777.

Anna Moulton daughter of John and Mary Marston Moulton was born June 24, 1744 at Hampton NH and married Samuel Tuck there on Dec 30, 1762. After his death, alone she raised their eight children and died on their homestead at Brentwood, NH August 8, 1836.

Tablet placed in 195(??)8 by their great great great grandchildren.

Every stone in this cemetery has been photographed. Some are not very legible because of the lighting and/or the deterioration of the stones.


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GPS Coordinates: 43.0010370, -71.0791730

  • Added: 28 Aug 2013
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2510289