New Hampshire Genealogy
History of the Town of New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire - Free
General history of New London, New Hampshire from 1779-1899.
History of the town of Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire - Free
"From its first settlement, to 1882."
History of the Town of Peterborough, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire - Free
"With the report of the proceedings at the centennial celebration in 1839; an appendix containing the records of the original proprietors; and a genealogical and historical register."
History of the town of Bristol, Grafton County, New Hampshire - Free
Information on Bristol and Grafton County, New Hampshire.
History of Stoddard, Cheshire County, New Hampshire - Free
"From the time of its Incorporation in 1774 to 1854, A period of 80 years. With some sketches from its first settlement in 1768."
History of Rockingham County, New Hampshire - Free
General county history of Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
History of the town of Marlborough, Cheshire County, New Hampshire - Free
"With the report of its centennial celebration in 1876; also embracing genealogies and sketches of families from 1764 to 1880."
History of Brookline, formerly Raby, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire - Free
"With tables of family records and genealogies."
History of Strafford County, New Hampshire and representative citizens - Free
General county history of Strafford County.
History of Carroll County, New Hampshire - Free
Containing information on early history, Indian History, tows, etc.
History of Coos County, New Hampshire - Free
Containing information on the Connecticut valley, Androscoggin division, etc.
History of Hillsborough County, New Hampshire - Free
With general history, early history, town history, etc.
History of Wolfeborough, New
Hampshire - Free
Parker, Benjamin Franklin, History of Wolfeborough, New Hampshire, (1901).
This manuscript is rich in history and filled with genealogical content. We
only wish the author had taken the time to publish a second book using the
genealogy content available at the time.
Rambles Around The Old Town Of
Concord, N.H. - Free
A series of local sketches published in the Concord Evening Monitor in the
fall of 1907 till the spring of 1909, called "The Wayside Jottings". Some of
the miscellaneous sketches were published in the Concord Daily Patriot, till
thirty-five of them have appeared from time to time in these local newspapers.
History of the town of
Dunbarton, New Hampshire - Free
Each researcher will be enabled to peruse a summary account of the
settlement and progress of their Dunbarton, New Hampshire, amidst whose
formerly dense forests their adventurous ancestors established their abodes,
without the trouble of tracing particulars through the records of the first
one hundred and nine years.
War Service Records - $
FootNote has provided scanned images of the National Archives collection:
War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records online. The
documents that were scanned were "abstract cards" and the transcriptions of
documents pertaining only to one soldier, that were done in lieu of a card for
that item. This is a nice collection of original source material!