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New Hampshire WWI Military: Heroes of Bristol

Forty-three men served in the World War from the town of Bristol, New Hampshire’s approximate 1600 citizens.  One made the ultimate sacrifice–1st Lieut. George Minot Cavis. When the World War ended, the town of Bristol arranged for a plaque that … Continue reading

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New Hampshire in WWI: The Cadillac Shrapnel Car

On the 25 November 1919 the Nashua Telegraph (Nashua NH) newspaper contained an advertisement for H.C. LINTOTT, Cadillac Agent, 25 Main Street in Nashua New Hampshire. The ad stated that “Caddie” would be on exhibition in that showroom. Herbert Charles … Continue reading

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New Hampshire WWI Military: Fireman 3d Class Charles Oliver Barnard USN of Plymouth

Charles Oliver Barnard was born 30 August 1890 in Plymouth, New Hampshire son and second child of Wesley G. & Eveline (Sanborn) Barnard. In the 1900 U.S. Census he is shown living with his parents and sibling John C. Barnard. … Continue reading

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New Hampshire WWI Nurse: Margaret Mary Tymon of Rumney

Margaret Mary Tymon was born 21 March 1879 in the small town of Rumney, New Hampshire, daughter of Andrew & Margaret (Mayer/ Meagher/Mahar) Tymon. Her parents were Irish immigrants who came to the United States about 1856 and settled at … Continue reading

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New Hampshire in WWI: Heroes of Dublin

I have been writing about the towns in New Hampshire that had reported deaths in World War I, focusing on those places with residents who made the supreme sacrifice. I am making an exception for Dublin, New Hampshire. This is … Continue reading

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