Meeting/Event Schedule 2018

The New Hampshire Old Graveyard Association meets three times a year. Please join us to learn about the discovery, maintenance, records preservation and cataloging of graveyards and cemeteries.


Mar. 20, 2018
  Date Location Directions
Apr. 22
10:00 AM
to 3PM
Hosted by: Northeast New England Chapter of the Association for Gravestone Studies.
Program will include a series of 20 minute lectures on various aspects of cemeteries, a light lunch and guided tours of the cemetery. AGS membership is not required.
Directions: Set GPS to
Public Health Museum
365 East St.
Tewksbury, MA 01876
May 12th
Registration and Refreshments:
9:30 AM
Meeting 10AM
Lunch at noon followed by cemetery tour
Hosted by: Wilmot Historical Society
at Wilmot Town Hall
Wilmot Town Hall,
11 North Wilmot Road
Wilmot, NH

For those without GPS, see details below

Photos/Items of Events
Meredith Workshop 2016 Sept. 10, 2016 Meeting PowerPoint -
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Detailed directions to 2018 Annual Meeting:
From the intersection of Routes 11 and 4A in Potter Place, take Route 4A for a little under 3 miles. North Wilmot Road is on the right. You can see the cluster of white buildings just as you turn onto the road, on the left.

Macro view:
From Concord proper, take 93 north to exit 17. Head west (go right at the top of the exit) on Route 4. At the North End of Boscawen, bear left to stay on Route 4. Continue through Andover to Potter Place. There is an Irving station/convenience store just before the right turn onto Route 4A. In total it's about 30 miles, 40 minutes from Concord.

From Lebanon, go west on Route 4, turn right onto Route 4A. From that intersection it's 21 miles, 30 minutes to the left hand turn onto North Wilmot Road.

From the north and east, such as Plymouth and Meredith
From I-93, take Exit 23 to Route 104 West. Stay on 104 through Bristol and into Danbury, where 104 ends at a T. Take a left on Route 4. This road will come to a T, take a right to stay on Route 4 and 11. You're almost in Potter Place.

AGS National Conference: June 19-24, 2018, Danbury, CT
For those who have interest in cemeteries that goes past the boundaries of NH, consider joining AGS and attending the annual conference. For details on the conference and registration information, see AGS Conference 2018 For more information about AGS, contact Joshua Segal who has attended every AGS conference since 2007.