Records of the Bride Hill Cemetery, Hampton, New Hampshire>
This cemetery was previously visited by Eaton, Folsom, and Bartlett. Inclusive dates: 1782-1890. It is located on the south side of Exeter Road not far from the Exeter town line. View a map. [Data verified on site in 1986 and in v.2 of Vital Records of Hampton, New Hampshire to the end of the year 1900 by George Freeman Sanborn Jr. and Melinde Lutz Sanborn.]
Four unmarked graves here.
Alba Clark 1803-1824 [Footstone is all that exists in 1986. Bartlett in 1918 and Eaton in 1932 found the following stone "Sacred to the memory of Alba Clark who died Jan. 1, 1824 aged 20 yrs. 4 m & 23 d." Folsom in 1938 also found this and recorded it as "Sacred to the memory of Alba Clark who d. Jan 1, 1824 ae 20 yrs 4 ms 23 ds." This stone was not to be found in 1986.]
Benjamin, Son of Tristam & Mary Shaw, Died Sept. 13, 1831, Aged 1 year & 10 mo's. "So fades the lovely blooming flower; Frail smiling solace of an hour; So soon our transient comforts fly, And pleasure only blooms to die."
Four unmarked graves here
Two unmarked graves here.
The following two graves were found by Folsom in 1937, but not by Bartlett in 1918 or Eaton in 1932. They were not there in 1986. In 2013 a researcher discovered that these two graves are located a mile or two away in Exeter in a small family plot at the Corner of Guinea Road and Exeter Farms Road.