Category Archives: Historical Road Marker Gallery

“First Roman Catholic Church” in Claremont, New Hampshire

“First Roman Catholic Church” Found on State Route 103 at the intersection with Plains Road in Claremont, New Hampshire Inscription: “Southerly on Old Church Road is located the first Roman… Read more »

Soldiers to Innkeepers to Book Men: The Unusual Path of the Stevens Family of Barnet, Vermont

Our pictures of the “Henry Stevens” and “Henry Stevens, jr.” road makers were recently featured in a article on the life of Henry Steven, jr. We would like to thank… Read more »

Picture of Vermont Historical Marker Bayley-Hazen Military Road in Newbury VT

“Bayley-Hazen Military Road” in Newbury, Vermont

Bayley-Hazen Military Road 1776-1779 Began Just North at Wells River Conceived, planned, laid out & financed by Newbury founder, Gen. Jacob Bayley 1726-1815, who on Nov. 24, 1775, presented his… Read more »

Picture of New Hamsphire Historical Road Marker Joel McGregor Last Surviving Solder of the Revolution in Newport NH

“Joel McGregor, Last Surviving Soldier of the Revolution” in Newport, New Hampshire

The historical road marker for “Joel McGregor, Last Surviving Soldier of the Revolution” can be found in Newport, New Hampshire. Here is the inscription: Born in Endfield, Conn. in 1760,… Read more »

Picture of Covered Bridge (West Side) Taftsville Village in Woodstock, Vermont

Taftsville Covered Bridge in Woodstock, Vermont

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“Taftsville Covered Bridge” “The Taftsville Covered Bridge is a rare example of early vernacular wooden truss covered bridges in the United States. All evidence indicates the builder a longtime Taftsville… Read more »

"Zealand and James Everell Henry" Roadmarker in Carroll, New Hampshire

The Village of Zealand in Carroll, New Hampshire

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“Zealand and James Everell Henry” Inscription: “The village of Zealand grew up in 1875 to serve the logging industry. Henry owned 10,000 acres in the heart of the White Mtns.,… Read more »

Historical Road Marker: Frankenstein Trestle in Crawford Notch, New Hampshire

Frankenstein Trestle The high steel trestle above was built in 1893 to replace a wrought iron trestle of 1875, and was strengthened in 1930 and 1950. Named for American artist… Read more »