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I always recommend that researchers write a slow-mail letter to Town Clerks
and City Clerks for information. Especially small towns have Clerks are a
little bit more helpful than Clerks in large towns.
Brookline, NH, is not mentioned on the Lists very often, so I thought I
would offer a web site:
On quick look, I don't see the the web site for the "Brookline Historical
Betty (near Lowell, MA)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Anderson" <familystatistics(a)hotmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2009 4:18 PM
Subject: [NH-CEMETERIES] William Hamilton - West Cemetery, Brookline, NH
According to William Hamilton's death certificate, he died 26 October 1902
in Brookline, NH and was buried 29 October in the West Cemetery in
Does someone have a listing of the exact spot he is buried? Are there other
Hamilton family members buried there with him?
Hi: And a Healthy Happy New Year to you!!
Are you a Colby of the Macy Colby house in Amesbury?
Ronald Colby wrote:
> >From my house to yours
> Happy New Year everyone
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