Records of the Center Cemetery in North Hampton, NH
These records were created by Mrs. Wendell B. Folsom of the New Hampshire Chapter, D.F.P.A. (Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America) in 1938 and donated to the New Hampshire Historical Society. This cemetery is still in use so burials after 1938 are not included here. None of these records have been cross-checked at the actual cemetery, so we cannot vouch for their accuracy. In addition, typographical errors may have been made by us in converting them to the web.
This cemetery is along Post Road.
Here lies enterrd ye body of an old Disciple John Dearborn who served as Deacon in ye Church at Hampton for several years and till his death in ye Church at North Hampton - [rest not legible]. [He was Dea. John3 (Henry2, Godfrey1) and was born Oct 10 1666 and died Nov 22 1750; he married Nov 4 1689, Abigail Batchelder, b. Dec 28 1667 and d. Nov 13 1736.]
Edmund B. Dearborn son of Samuel b. Nov 28 1806 d. Jan 25 1886. Mr. Dearborn fitted for college at Hampton Academy but did not enter. He afterwards went to Boston where he was a school teacher, genealogist, writer, collector of Internal Revenue, and held various other offices of trust. [Stone erected by John Leavitt, cousin of the above mentioned E. B. Dearborn, in 1889.]
Abraham Drake, Dec 4 1715--Aug 1 1781. He was a member of the Provincial Congress, served in the French and Indian War, Lieut. Colonel in the Revolutionary War, and after the Battle of Lexington he was stationed at Winter Hill. Marched with his regiment to Saratoga. Was present at the surrender of Gen. Burgoyne. Later served on Gen. Washington's staff. [Stone erected by G. S. Drake, 1907].
Wife [of Abraham Drake] Abigail Weare sister of Hon. Meshech Weare, 1st Governor of New Hampshire, b. May 17 1716 d. Oct 2 1746. 
Wife [of Abraham Drake] Abigail Dearborn b. Oct 19 1720 d. July 1 1811.
Moses Leavitt, son of John Leavitt, d. Sept 1 1803 ae 60 yrs. Gen. Leavitt was employed in both military and civil affairs. He having been a Capt. and regimental officer in the Revolutionary Army, Gen. In N. H. Militia, seven years State Senator, and held various other offices of trust and honor. [Marked with bronze S. A. R. marker.]
Col. Thomas Lovering a patriot of the Revolution who at the age of fifteen years commenced serving his country, and continued his services thirty two months on the tented field; in consequence of being thrown from carriage died Nov 24 1834 ae 74 yrs.
Nathan Norton, 1797--1875.
Sarah his wife, 1801--1879.
Mary W., 1823--1858.
Horace N., 1831-1896.
Charles N., 1835-1907.
Sarah A., 1840--1926.
Hannah J. Randell, 1828--1853.
Alonzo J. Smith, 1842--1916.
Elizabeth E. W. his wife, 1843-1891.
Joshua Pickering Esq. d. Jan 25 1852 ae 83 yrs 10 ms 17 ds.
Elizabeth Fabyan his wife d. Nov 18 1833 ae 61 yrs.
Rosamond their dau. d. Nov 21 1805 ae 23 ms.
John their son d. March 23 1866 ae 71 yrs 1 mo 12 ds.