NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA, Up to 2017

  • MyHeritage Family Trees - (1,015,579,686 Records) - MyHeritage Family Trees is a collection of family trees submitted to MyHeritage.com by users. Each family tree includes information about the people and relationships in this family, including first and last names, events such as births, marriage ...
  • 1790 Census of Population and Housing  - From the US Census Bureau. Printed transcriptions in .pdf or .zip format showing Heads of Household.
  • Ancestors at Rest - Death Records for New Hampshire  - Coffin plates, funeral cards, death cards, wills, memorial cards, cemeteries, vital stats, obituaries, church records, family bibles, cenotaphs and tombstone inscriptions.
  • New Hampshire ZIP  
  • 1790 United States Census - (1790, 406,416 Records) - Record Description Population schedules consisted of large sheets with rows and columns. The schedules were arranged by place, such as township or post office. The places were not filed in any particular order. The arrangement of families on a s ...
  • 1800 United States Census - (1800, 540,057 Records) - Record Description Population schedules consisted of large sheets with rows and columns. The schedules were arranged by place, such as township or post office. The places were not filed in any particular order. The arrangement of families on a s ...
  • Merrimack River Directory, 1872 - 1873 - (1872 - 1873, 442 Records) - Merrimack River Directory (1879). "Complete business directory of Franklin, Concord, Suncook, Hooksett, Manchester, Nashua, Lowell, Lawrence, Haverhill, Merrimack, Amesbury and Salisbury, and Newburyport."
  • Laws of New Hampshire,1702 - 1745, Volume 2 - (1702 - 1745, 896 Records) - Laws of New Hampshire: Including Public And Private Acts, Resolves, Votes, Etc. 1679-1835 (1886). v. 1. 1679-1702 -- v. 2. 1702-1745 -- v. 3. 1745-1774 -- v. 4. 1776-1784 -- v. 5. 1784-1792 -- v. 6. 1792-1801 -- v. 7. 1801-1811 -- v. 8. 1811-1820 ...