New Hampshire WWI Military: Heroes of Hillsborough

One panel of a stereograph photograph of
unidentified mill in Hillsborough NH by
Charles F. McClary. New Hampshire Historical
Society. Used with permission.

The History of Hillsborough New Hampshire by George Waldo Browne and published in 1921 has part of a chapter devoted to The World War and lists most men from the town who served in the armed forces. It is available [here] in its original form and a transcribed list can also be found on Genealogy Trails web site.  Just to be clear, for this story I am describing people and events in the town of Hillsborough,  located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.  Hillsborough Bridge is a village within the same town. [Editor’s note: Hillsborough was sometimes spelled Hillsboro].  I focus on the men from the town of Hillsborough NH who died while in military service–there were at least eleven. Continue reading