Surnames starting with E

NH Patriot
At Newmarket, March 4th, Miss Dolly Eastman, daughter of Mr. Isaac and Mrs. I. Eastman, of Epsom, aged 16 years and 9 months. Miss E. had been lately called to attend to the concerns of her soul, and was brought to trust and hope in the mercy of God through Christ. She died suddenly of fever - her remains were conveyed to her parents in Epsom - a large concourse of friends attended the funeral, and an appropriate discourse was delivered by the Rev. Abel Manning, from, Heb 9:27 29.

ELLIOTT, Edward Bickford
July 25, 1937
Union Leader - 7 26-1937
EPSOM, July 26 - Edward Bickford Elliott died at his home in New Rye shortly before midnight Sunday. Mr. Elliott had been in poor health for nearly two years but his death came unexpectedly as he had been able to be out and occupied with his usual duties until Saturday. Mr. Elliott was born in Hooksett, Aug. 7, 1903, but had lived in Epsom since the age of four. He was the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Elliott, who survive him.
Other survivors are the widow, Mrs. Madeline Robinson Elliott, to who he was married on Nov. 15, 1933; two sisters, Mrs. Maude E. Clough of Hooksett and Mrs. Wilma E. Kretschmar of Manchester; one brother, Percy K. Elliott of Short Falls, and several nieces and nephews. Bearers were Eldon W. Howard, Everett Haynes, Arthur A. Wells, Fred Butler, George E. Yeaton and Henry Newton. The bearers walked behind the hearse from the house to the New Rye Cemetery, where the committal service and burial were held.

EVANS, Dora A. (Fife)
Independent Statesman
In Epsom, April 20, Dora A., wife of W.B. Evans, and daughter of John H. Fife, of Epsom, aged 25 years, 5 months

EWER, Sarah (Goodhue)
New Hampshire Statesman
In Epsom, June 8, Mrs. Sarah Ewer, widow of the late Nathaniel Ewer of Concord