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Hull pays tribute to her valiant sons who have upheld the honor of her traditions in the service of their country Dedicated May 30 MCMXXIV Monument Re-built 1949 [War Reliefs] 1775 · 1812 · 1861 · 1898 1917 &…
To honor the Gold Star Mothers of Hull in memory of their sons who died in the service of their country that liberty might live World War I Marie Long · Mary Howard · Esther Mitchell Mary Shaw · Margaret Canary…
The People of the Town of Hull remember those who served their country Forget 'Nam'? Never! [bronze relief] Dedicated June 23, 2013
Renowned coloratura soprano, noted both in Europe and America for her marvelous voice, her wonderful art, and charming personality. Passed to spirit life April 3, 1925. With deepest sorrow we mourn and cry "Until we meet again" Goodby, Dea…
Irish Patriot, Activist for Minority Rights, Poet, Editor of The Pilot —————————— Mary Murphy O'Reilly Journalist for The Young Crusader pen name: Agnes Smiley ——&mdas…
Poet · Patriot Friend of Freedom and Humanity Ardent lover of his native country Devoted to his adopted land Born in Ireland · June 28 1844 Died on this spot · His summer home August 10 1890 Memorial erected …
Built on the site of the Old Hunt Estate —————————— Susanna Haswell Rowson (daughter) Early Womens' Rights Advocate, Actress, Poet Educator, Novelist, Author of Charlotte Temple …
Near this site was buried a British Marine, mortally wounded at the Battle of Boston Light July 31, 1775
Interred herein are approximately 100 men, women and children known only to God. Victims of shipwrecks on our shores, nearby islands or shoals, from 1860 to 1898. Erected in their memory
Memories of Paragon Park In the year 1905 Paragon Park opened as an ocean front resort amusement park at Nantasket Beach, Massachusetts. Rose and David Stone acquired this popular palatial playground in 1920 and they were later joined by their so…