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Below is a list of sources for the State of New Hampshire. Sources listed in red do not have a page on WikiTree. For the sources listed in red, please click on one of the links in green which lead directly to the source publication

Sources For The State of New Hampshire


Belknap County

Carroll County

Cheshire County

Coös County

Grafton County

Hillsborough County

Merrimack County

Rockingham County

Strafford County

Sullivan County

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Rick - I see lots of red links on this page. If you want me to, I can check into these and fix them. Thanks, Susan
posted by Susan (Emens) Hughes
I added those red links as a placeholder for Free-Space pages that need to be created. If you would like, click on one of these red links and that will take you to the page to create the Free-Space page. (For each of these red links, I also added a link to the source. In this way, people can still find and use the source.)
posted by Rick Pierpont
Ok, Good to know. Thanks Rick.
posted by Susan (Emens) Hughes
Susan, The "History of Pembroke" is now in the list, including both volumes.
posted by Rick Pierpont
Rick - Since I am not good at adding things properly, would you please add the History of Pembroke, NH in the Merrimack County section? Thanks!


posted by Susan (Emens) Hughes
Janine, It is now in the list. Let me know if there are others.
posted by Rick Pierpont
Rick, thanks for organizing so many great sources for New England! By any chance could Samuel Worcester's "History of the Town of Hollis, N.H.", printed in 1879, be added? It includes 50+ pages of very early genealogy, including Lovejoys & Goulds. Thanks, Janine
posted by Janine Barber