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Re: Moses Thompson, Thompson Cemetery, Deerfield
Posted by: Brenda (ID *****0537) Date: April 19, 2008 at 16:24:43
In Reply to: Re: Moses Thompson, Thompson Cemetery, Deerfield by Alan Lathrop of 638

Your are very welcome !! I just came back from the Thompson Cemetery (VERY SMALL) and took many pictures and they will be ready tomorrow afternoon. Many of the stones are so old and very hard to read but I will gather the prints from my gal who transcribed all of the Cemeteries in town.

Directions to the Cemetery are as follows : Take Route 107N for about 5 miles and there are 2 Cemeteries on the "Right". The second one is next to a stone house and this Cemetery is right next to the house. There are no more than a dozen Burials within the fenced area.

Interesting enough that Moses Thompsons' mother was a Bartlett and I have some family members in my folder that I would have to check to see if indeed they match. Have you ever read the Cogswell Book of the History of Nottingham, Deerfield and Northwood?? This might also be of some help as they have these families listed in their materials.

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