Location: Acworth, Sullivan, New Hampshire, United States
Other: New Hampshire Sources
Inscriptions From The Ancient Gravestones of Acworth, N.H.
A transcript of the records in the old cemetery of that town, settled in 1769 principally by descendants of the Scotch-Irish colony of Londonderry, N.H. Together with a list of revolutionary soldiers of the town. Transcribed by Chas. B. Spofford and wife (Marcia Baldwin Nourse).
- by Charles Byron Spofford (b.1863)
- published Claremont, N.H., 1908
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- <span id='Spofford'></span>Spofford, Charles Byron. ''[[Space:Inscriptions From The Ancient Gravestones of Acworth, N.H.|Inscriptions From The Ancient Gravestones of Acworth, N.H.]]'' (Claremont, N.H., 1908)
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Available online at these locations:
- Book Notices. Gravestones Inscriptions, Acworth, New Hampshire., The New England Historical & Genealogical Register (NEHGS, Boston, Mass., 1909) Vol. 63, Page 208.
- "These inscriptions, here alphabetically arranged, were transcribed in 1898 from the old cemetery in Acworth, a town settled in 1769 principally by descendants of the Scotch-Irish colony of Londonderry. Among the prominent names may be found Clark, Campbell, Dickey, Duncan, Davidson, Finlay, Grout, Gilmore, Gove, Gregg, Heywood, Keyes, Lyons, Miller, Mitchell, McKean, McCullom, McClure, Perham, Reed, Rogers, Slader, Silsby, Wilson, Wallace, Weatherhead, Woodbury, and William.s A list is given of the Revolutionary pensioners who have lived in the town, as well as a list of the Revolutionary soldiers. Three hundred copies of this valuable and useful pamphlet were printed on an excellent, durable paper, and make accessible about three hundred inscriptions."