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The NH Historical Society has a name index for the period 1796 – 1933.

The National Archives has published a Guide to Genealogical Records in the National Archives which serves as one source of information on New Hampshire data available in Washington.

SEE LOCATION of EVERY COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT IN NEW HAMPSHIRELegal change of name will be found in the records of each county.

You probably want to first check with the town clerk for the Individual Town to see what records they do maintain. NH Town or City Clerks Customers wishing to obtain a certified copy of a Birth, Marriage, Death or Divorce record will find them at our facility on South Fruit Street (directly across from Memorial Field) in Concord, New Hampshire.

Many of these towns included vital records into the 1930s [possibly later].

American Marriage Records Before 1699 (partial list, searchable) - Google Books The Social Security Death Index is also a great resource showing your ancestor's date of death, their last place of residence, and you have the ability to send for a copy of the originating documents.

- Manchester NH marriages: 1850 to 1947 - Manchester NH deaths: 1850 to 1947 - Manchester NH city directories 1840 to present (typically only shows the name of the head of household, spouse, occupation and residence) - New Hampshire obituaries: 1863 to present The marriages, deaths, city directories and church records are all upstairs in the library, in the "New Hampshire Room".

The obituaries are on the first floor in the reading room (on microfiche, from the newspaper.

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