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New Hampshire, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890146,885
Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: New Hampshire147
Inhabitants of New Hampshire, 1776124
The descendants in Indiana of Peter and Hannah (Sanborn) Smith117
Smocks in the censuses, 1790-184032
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U.S., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-19473,655,098
New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-19472,545,835
New Hampshire, Marriage Records Index, 1637-1947990,291
New Hampshire, Death and Burial Records Index, 1654-1949825,529
New Hampshire, Death and Disinterment Records, 1754-1947659,426
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U.S. Naturalization Record Indexes, 1791-1992 (Indexed in World Archives Project)Free5,823,338
U.S., Index to Alien Arrivals at Canadian Atlantic and Pacific Seaports, 1904-19444,355,887
New Hampshire, State and Federal Naturalization Records, 1832-194578,420
New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-163562,840
Emigrants in Bondage, 1614-1775Free50,955
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New Hampshire City Directories102,687
Web: US, New England Seamen's Protection Certificate Index, 1796-1871Free29,384
Catholic memoirs of Vermont and New Hampshire167
A looking glass for the times, or, The former spirit of New- England revived in this generation33
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New Hampshire, Wills and Probate Records, 1643-1982195,576
Mayflower Deeds and Probates, 1600-1850Free18,601
New Hampshire Probate Records, 1635-17533,242
The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire, 1623-1660259
Facts about the Carroll County Kearsarge Mountain of New Hampshire18
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A biographical dictionary520
Burt's guide through the Connecticut Valley to the White Mountains and the River Saquenay310
Inventory of the county archives of New Hampshire, No. 3, Cheshire County201
Inventory of the county archives of New Hampshire, No. 2, Carroll County (Ossipee)165
Inventory of the county archives of New Hampshire, No. 5. Grafton County158
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Early maps of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts13
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The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, 1847-2011300,569
Colonial Families of the USA, 1607-1775Free119,305
New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-163562,840
Thomas Sanford, the emigrant to New England : ancestry, life, and descendants1,700
Revised register of the soldiers and sailors of New Hampshire in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-18661,355
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A Genealogical History

New Hampshire in brief

Statehood: 21 June 1788
Capital: Concord
Largest City: Manchester
Counties: 10
State motto: Live Free or Die
State nickname: The Granite State
Neighboring states: Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont


2020欧洲杯在线网址Portsmouth, N.H. from the navy yard, Kittery, Me. 1854

Interesting Facts

  • Between 1642-1679 and 1690-1692 New Hampshire was under the control of Massachusetts. During other colonial periods it was a Royal Province and geographically separated the Massachusetts Bay Colony, which at the time included present-day Maine and Massachusetts.
  • Early settlers of New Hampshire were English, but in the early 1700s, the state began seeing Scotch-Irish immigrants settling in some southern sections.
  • The textile and shoemaking industries played a huge role in the 19th century economy of New Hampshire. The mills and factories drew immigrants from Quebec and other countries to fill the labor force.

Featured New Hampshire Data Collections

U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 194215,293,445
New Hampshire, Civil War Service and Pension Records, 1861-1866250,442
New Hampshire, State and Federal Naturalization Records, 1832-194578,420
U.S., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Swedish American Church Records, 1800-19473,655,098
New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-19472,545,835

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New Hampshire Census Research

Federal censuses for New Hampshire began in 1790. The 1800 census does not include the following towns in Rockingham County: Atkinson, Greenland, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Londonderry, Northampton, Pelham, Plaistow, Salem, Seabrook, Stratham, and Windham. Some Strafford County towns are also missing from the 1800 census, including Alton, Barnstead, Brookfield, Effingham, Gilmanton, Middleton, New Durham, Ossipee, Tuftonboro, Wakefield, and Wolfeborough. However, the 1798 U.S. Direct Tax has been found for nine of these towns and published by Heritage Books.

For the 1820 census, all records for Grafton County and parts of Rockingham (Gosport, Greenland, New Castle, Newington, Portsmouth, and Rye) were lost. Only Center Harbor, Gilford, Moultonborough, New Hampton, and Sanbornton records are available for Strafford County for that year.

For the provincial period, various enumerations exist for the years 1732, 1744, 1767, and 1776. All are available at the New Hampshire Records and Archives, and, except for 1732, appear in the multi-volume set of New Hampshire Provincial and State Papers, described below in “Additional Sources.”

 

New Hampshire Vital records

Vital events are recorded in town or city clerk’s offices. Today each town or city sends copies of its vital events to the Bureau of Vital Records. Statewide compilation, however, did not begin until a law was passed in 1866, and total compliance was not accomplished until the 1880s.

  • : Holds records of births, marriages, and deaths from 1640, and divorces from 1880. New Hampshire statutes allow general public access to birth records prior to 1909; deaths, marriages and divorces prior to 1959 for genealogical research.  Records area available from the genealogical research room located in Concord. See the for details. 

 

New Hampshire Research Resources

The organizations listed below provide information about New Hampshire history and genealogy. In addition to these state-level resources, many counties and towns maintain important genealogical collections in local libraries, genealogical societies, or historical societies, so check for a local resource when researching.

 

Statewide Research Resources

  • : This facility maintains records from Federal agencies and courts in New Hampshire, including census, military, court, naturalization, and immigration records.

 

Specialty and Regional Research

  • : NEHGS holds a wide range of records on New England states, including New Hampshire.