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Train Wreck Kills Farmington News, Page2, 1928-07-27.pdf
Farmington News article Boston & Maine detailing the wreck of the train carrying the Bernardi Carnival. The train wreck killed six and injured more. Farmington News page 2, July 27, 1928.

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Carnival Victims Buried Page 1 of The Farmington News, published in Farmington, New Hampshire on Friday, August 3rd, 1928.jpeg
Carnival Victims Buried Page 1 of The Farmington News, published in Farmington, New Hampshire on Friday, August 3rd, 1928.

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B and M Train Bernardi Carnival Wreck Farmington NH 1 negative - glass, black & white 2.png
Negative : glass, black & white of Boston & Maine train carrying Bernardi Carnival that wrecked in Farmington NH on July 22, 1922. 6 people were killed and many more injured.

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Memorial to Adelaide Cilley Waldron 1910.pdf
A 1910 memorial booklet designed to honor Adelaide Cilley Waldron. The memorial exercises were held by the Friday Afternoon Club, Farmington, NH on February 12, 1910. The booklet includes Adelaide Cilley Waldron's life story written by Anne E Thayer…

Memorial Exercises on the death of President William McKinley September 19th 1901.pdf
A program covering the local memorial exercises held in Farmington on the death of President of the United States, William McKinley. The memorial was held at two o' clock on Thursday, September 19, 1901 at the Opera House on main Street. The program…

In Remembrance Pine Grove Cemetery 1990.pdf
In Remembrance: Pine Grove Cemetery is a small refrence booklet created in 1990. The commentary inside is given by Elfredo C. Otis and covers much of the history of the cemetery, starting with the incorporation of the Pine Grove Cemetery Association…

BurialSitesWithinFarmingtonNHTownLimits.pdf
Documented burial sites within Farmington, NH town limits, researched and compiled by Twink Osgood.

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Farmington Cemetery Records Late 1800's-Early 1900's- Strafford County Records (78 Cemeteries)

SOURCE: Recorded and transcribed from many sources and includes the transribed cemeteries of Ethel Mazza, "Twink" Osgood, C Parziale, Fred W.…
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