Adams Cemetery

 

 

 Name & Place

 Dates

Age

Husband, Wife or Child of

 

 Epitaph &  Notes

Chapman, Abigail (12)*

d. 2/20/1850

65yrs.

Wife of Jonathan W. Chapman

None given

Chapman, Jonathan W. (12)

Not listed

Not listed

Husband to Abigail

Soldier in the war of 1812. Unmarked grave (unmarked grave)

Currier, Chester (9)

d. 12/17/1850

3yrs.

Son of Samuel and Hannah Currier

None given

Gould, Isabella B. (13)

d. 07/31/1841

25yrs.

Wife of Charles H. Gould, and daughter of Jonathan and Abilgail Chapman

In memory of...Isabella B. Gould who died in Gilmanton, NH In stone Harvard, MA

Smith, Edward (5)

d. 12/23/1808

20yrs.

Son of Edward and Abigail Smith

Stone is Laying flat.

Smith, Edward (6)

d. 1/6/1833

78yrs.

Father of Edward

Revolutionary War Soldier

Unknown, (1)

Not Listed

Not listed

Not Listed

Uninscribed field stone marker

Unknown, (10)

Not Listed

Not listed

Not Listed

Uninscribed field stone marker

Unknown, (11)

Not Listed

Not listed

Not Listed

Uninscribed field stone marker

Unknown, (2)

Not Listed

Not listed

Not Listed

Uninscribed field stone marker

Unknown, (3)

Not Listed

Not listed

Not Listed

Uninscribed field stone marker

Unknown, (4)

Not Listed

Not listed

Not Listed

Uninscribed field stone marker

Unknown, (7)

Not Listed

Not listed

Not Listed

Uninscribed field stone marker

Unknown, (8)

Not Listed

Not listed

Not Listed

Uninscribed field stone marker

Witcher, Abigail*

d. 12/18/1843

29yrs.

Wife of Warren Witcher

None given

 Notes:

* NH Historical Society figures. Typescript also lists Abigail, wife of Warren Witcher who died 12/18/1843.

Adams Cemetery is located on Jamestown Road, Belmont, NH. *Coming from Depot Street (State Route 140 West) it is located 1.4 miles down Jamestown Road. It is after house #277, on the top of a rise to the left, and before Gardnerís Grove Road.* It is surrounded by a wall of rough field stones. There is no gate. It is #4 on the map.

*(above)Edited to reflect directions by todays standards (4/2006)

There are 6 uninscribed field stone markers.

Seventeen (17) people are buried here.