The Exeter New Cemetery (1843- ), Exeter, N.H.
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Published by Penobscot Press, available from L.S.P. Mazalewski in [Rockport, ME], Exetor .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Exeter (N.H.),
  • New Hampshire,
  • Exeter.,
  • New Hamsphire

Subjects:

  • Exeter "New" Cemetery (Exeter, N.H.),
  • Registers of births, etc. -- New Hampshire -- Exeter.,
  • Inscriptions -- New Hamsphire -- Exeter.,
  • Exeter (N.H.) -- Genealogy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Louella Sue Page Mazalewski.
GenreGenealogy.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF44.E9 M39 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1 > ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6798669M
ISBN 100897254082
LC Control Number00104357
OCLC/WorldCa45008666

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  There is no charge if you want to find a grave so it can be opened for a new burial. The 3 cemeteries we manage are the resting place for over , former residents, including the victims of cholera epidemics, the Theatre Royal fire of and the Exeter Blitz in World War 2.   The Exeter book: an anthology of Anglo-Saxon poetry presented to Exeter cathedral by Leofric, first bishop of Exeter (), and still in the possession of the dean and chapter by Gollancz, Israel, Sir, Exeter & Devon Crematorium has two service chapels and we can accommodate larger funerals. Both chapels are multi-faith and have CD and Wesley Music System facilities. Our Book of Remembrance is displayed in our memorial chapel, which is open all year round, can be used for private prayer, small memorial services or purely for reflection. The Exeter Village Board met on Tuesday, November 3 in the village office. After reviewing the minutes from the last meeting the board examined the bills and approved them. Clerk Becky Erdkamp noted that the new bookcase is in place at the library which was purchased with .

Meanwhile, Robert Toswill Veitch continued to run the Veitch nurseries which relocated to New North Road in and landscape many Exeter parks as well as the Higher Cemetery. He was laid to rest during in the old St Leonards cemetery which is an annexe of the Higher Cemetery. Located throughout Exeter, there are several cemeteries that are maintained by the Exeter Parks and Recreation Department. One of which is the Winter Street Cemetery which was recently added to the State Historic sites with tombstones dating back to the 's. Burials in this, now known as the Dissenters Graveyard, took place from to There were at least 1, burials on the site, possibly as many as 2, (close by is a Jewish cemetery which was established around ; and the much earlier Quakers’ cemetery across Magdalen Street). History of Exeter, New Hampshire, by Charles Bell, published , includes genealogical information (click here to read it in Google Books) Exeter, New Hampshire - , by Nancy Merrill, published ; We have genealogical materials on many Exeter families, please call or e-mail for specific queries; Cemetery Records.