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The 11th Anniversary of the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial will be held at the NH State Veteran's Cemetery on Saturday, July 4th, 2015 at 1:30pm (rain or shine).

The annual event will be held by the Vietnam Veteran's Monument on the Memorial Walkway "To honor the men and women who gave it all in Vietnam and to remember our POW/MIA's"

For more information call:

Bobby Williams at (603) 892-9593 (evenings only please)

Please note that the NH State Veterans Cemetery office will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2015 in observance of the July 4th holiday.  No interments will be scheduled.  The grounds will still be open from Dawn to Dusk.

Have a safe holiday!

The NH State Veterans Cemetery Director, Michael W. Horne, reports there were 93 burials placed during the month of May 2015.

We would just like to clarify that the cemetery grounds will be open on Monday, May 25th and we will have staff available out on the grounds to answer questions and to assist in locating graves, but the office itself will be closed and no interments will be scheduled.

We apologize for any confusion concerning this holiday.

As a reminder the cemetery grounds are always open during daylight hours, 7 days a week.

Have a safe summer!

Please note the NH State Veterans Cemetery will be closed Monday, May 25, 2015 to observe the Memorial Day State Holiday.  No Interments will be scheduled.

 

SAVE THE DATE!

The American Legion and Staff of the NH State Veterans Cemetery cordially invites you to attend the Memorial Day Ceremony commencing at 11:00AM, Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 110 Daniel Webster Highway, Route 3, Boscawen  NH  03303.

The NH State Veterans Cemetery Director, Michael W. Horne, reports there were 62 burials placed during the month of April 2015.

The NH State Veterans Cemetery Director, Michael W. Horne, reports there were 46 burials placed during the month of March 2015.

The memorial walkway was started in 2002 with several monuments and has grown to 65 monuments honoring all 5 branches of service, veteran organizations, groups and war periods. The funds raised from the sale of the bricks continue to fund cemetery improvements which are outside the scope of normal operations. As a result of weather and foot traffic some of the bricks are getting ‘tired’ and showing their wear. We have started a multi-year project to replace the bricks with a sturdier type that should handle the wear better.

100 Nights of Remembrance

Mr. Roger R. Rapp, Acting Under Secretary for Memorial Affairs announces that Governor Jeanne Shaheen and the Executive Council approved a regulatory change regarding out of state veterans.