One of the largest and most-visited local history sites in New England
Northeast Guide offers places to go and things to do in America's
Your guide to the seacoast region
Gravestones By Dusk Cemetery Tour
Enjoy an entertaining, historic journey back in time and a lively discussion with two local historians and storytellers Audrey and Irwin Bierhans on this one-hour plus tour of Portsmouth's North Burial Ground, one of the city's oldest.
England Curiosities Walking Tour
Walking tours of Portsmouths history, legends and folklore
Graveyard & cemetery conservation & preservation services from
New England Cemetery Services
Gravestone preservation & restoration information to help promote
and aid in restoring historic cemeteries
A Very Grave Matter
Photographs and history of New England's historic cemeteries including Portsmouth NH.
The Portsmouth Historical Society, founded in 1917, operates the John
Paul Jones House as a museum of Portsmouth history and offers its members
and the public a wide range of programming.
Musician and performer of traditional American and British songs
Syphers Monument Company
Cemetery Monuments, Restorations, Markers, Engraving, Bronze
Plaques, Cleaning, Housecalls, Fair Prices
Roger A. Syphers
3 Post Office Square
Hampton, NH 03842
Genealogy records and information about ancestors in the 13 original colonies.
England Vacation Planning: New England USA.com
New England vacation travel planning for Massachusetts, Connecticut, New
Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island and Vermont.
Historical Burying Grounds of the New Hampshire Seacoast
by Glenn Knoblock
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by Glenn Knoblock
Portsmouth Cemeteries, a photographic study of this city's cemeteries, uncovers a compelling history of the area from the Colonial era to the 1900s. These cemeteries provide a direct link to the past, where many stories are told in stone. The gravestones and monuments feature unusual works of art, and the inscriptions act as documents that preserve family histories, valiant military service, and memories of those lost at sea. Through the author's collection of photographs, readers can see how gravestones evolved over time and learn about some of Portsmouth's own practitioners in the art of stone carving. Click here to purchase this book online.
To contact the author for autographed copies of these books or other questions, write to:
PO Box 2
Wolfeboro Falls, NH 03896