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Astronaut Alan B. Shepard's grandmother, Annie Bartlett Shepard was born Feb. 18th 1861 in Nottingham, Rockingham County N.H. and died in Boston on Dec. 4, 1944 at the age of 83.
She was buried in Forest Hills Cemetary, East Derry, N.H., the home town of Alan Shepard.
ANNIE BARTLETT SHEPARD
GENERAL GEORGE AND MARY REID
ARTICLES WITH PHOTOS OF ADAMS WITH EINSTEIN
MOLLY STARK REVOLUTIONARY WAR NURSE
VIDEO DESCRIBES LIFE OF WOMEN IN THE REVOLUTION.
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THANK YOU FOR VISITING THIS PAGE! SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEOS ABOUT GENERAL JOHN STARK, MOLLY STARK GENERAL GEORGE REID, MOLLY REID, ANNIE BARTLETT SHEPARD MATTHEW THORNTON, ROBERT FROST, AND DERRY N.H. ASTRONOMER WALTER S. ADAMS. - PAGE NARRATIVE TO BE ADDED SOON !
VIDEO - BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL
NARRATIVE TO BE ADDED SOON! SCROLL DOWN FOR LINKS TO IMAGES OF ADAMS WITH EINSTEIN.
General George Reid was captain of the minutemen who fought at bunker hill which included nine Windham N.H. men as follows : Lt. Abraham Reid, Alexander Brown, James Gilmore, Allen and John Hopkins, Ebenezer Mcllvain, Thomas WIlson, William Clyde, and David Gregg.
General Stark remarked that if there was ever a woman fit to serve as Governor it would be Mary Reid.
EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RELATIVITY PREDICTED A REDSHIFT OF 6 PARTS IN A HUNDRED THOUSAND. WALTER S. ADAMS PROVED THIS PREDICTION TO BE CORRECT BY MEASURING THE REDSHIFT OF THE BINARY COMPANION TO SIRIUS.
WALTER S. ADAMS- ASTRONOMER
VISIT ROBERT FROST FARM AND ENJOY THE HOUSE TOUR AND TRAILS!
VIDEO- RESIDENTS HIDE MOLLY STARK CANNON
BROWSE ARTICLES BELOW ON MATTHEW THORNTON
Enjoy theses videos on Molly Stark and life of women during the Revolution. Browse articles below.
Annie Shepard was founder of the Molly Reid Chapter of the Daughter's of the American Revolution and served as regent from 1908-1909. She was instrumental in obtaining a birthplace marker to honor Maj.General John Stark
which is still located on Stark Road in Derry, N.H.
General John Stark