It's a little late in coming but, here it is anyway: After researching things, I came to a "dead" end. The cemetery, to be exact. Mom asked me to find the headstone of George Jackman Sargent, Sr. and take a picture. So, I went to the graveyard on a tourist map of Concord. I did find a Sargent but, no George. I asked a man who lives next to the cemetery and he told me to ask at the cemetery office just down the street. So, down the street I went. I got to the office but it was closed. I couldn't see much of it but I could tell there was a big graveyard attached to the office. There was, however, a very nice lady, who had actually helped me earlier when I went to the library, walking out of the cemetery. She asked how I was and why I was there. She immediately thought of where the headstone might be. I thought that was amazing but, it was Jackman as a surname and not a middle name. She showed me some more places and my assessment of the size of things was confirmed.
I called the number listed on the office door and left a message.
It was Friday night and I didn't want to spend the weekend. So I headed out of town. I had intentions to use the same campsite that I had used before but, there was a gathering of men there and so I just kept riding.
I ended up here for the night:
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The next day, I rode to Hudson, New Hampshire and I stayed with my friend, Don, from warmshowers.org.
He had some good suggestions and a nice backyard.