Littleton, New Hampshire: Wallace Horse Cemetery

Small animal plot where at least two the horses were buried with "all of their trappings" in 1919 by Eli Wallace.
Address:
Mt. Eustis Rd, Littleton, NH
Directions:
Mt. Eustis Road, near to the junction with Birchcroft Drive and close to Highway 93. Off the road from the guardrail.
Admission:
Free.
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Horse graves. Wallace Horse Cemetery - Afterlife Ready

A plot of fenced land set back from the road which has three horses buried in it - Maud and Molly in 1919 and Maggie in 1929. There's a roadside sign pointing to the cemetery.

[BereniceUK, 12/30/2011]

The plaque notes that the horses were buried with all of their "harnesses, bridles, blankets, and feed boxes."

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