New Hampshire is one of the oldest states in the country, with plenty of fascinating family genealogy to explore. One of the best places to begin your research is at a New Hampshire family history center. These facilities network with the Family History Library in Utah, providing a wealth of research resources and assistance for building your family tree. A skilled staff of volunteers is on site to help visitors navigate the maze of books, print documents, microfilm and computer technology to find the information they are looking for. The centers are operated by the New Hampshire LDS church and are open to the public free of charge.
If you have any questions or comments about family history centers, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concord New Hampshire Family History Center
90 Clinton St
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
Exeter New Hampshire Family History Center
55 Hampton Falls Rd
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Lebanon New Hampshire Family History Center
Rte 4, Near Enfield Town Ln
Lebanon, New Hampshire 03766
Call before coming as all staffing is by volunteers.
Nashua New Hampshire Family History Center
110 Concord St
Nashua, New Hampshire 03064
New Hampshire Genealogy Resources
New Hampshire family researchers are well aware that genealogy histories of ancestors are intertwined with neighboring states - Maine and Massachusetts, especially for early settlers who resided along the Piscataqua River basin. The University of New Hampshire Milne Special Collection is a great place to begin Piscatqua Pioneers and early settlers. Also at the University of New Hampshire, the Dimond Library houses a local history and genealogy collection.
Diaries, account books, indentures and business records are housed at the New Hampshire Historical Society. This rich collection of manuscripts is ideal for the researcher looking for ancestors' daily activities.
Researchers should not overlook local town and county libraries and local genealogical societies. Each has special collections, like that held at the Manchester Historic Association Research Center. Smaller town libraries may have archived City Annual Reports that publish birth, marriage and deaths.
New Hampshire State Library, Genealogy Section
20 Park Street
Concord NH 03301
University of New Hampshire Library
18 Library Way
Durham, NH 03824
Department of State, Division of Vital Records Administration
71 South Fruit Street
Concord, NH 03301-2410
New Hampshire Historical Society
The Tuck Library
30 Park Street
Concord, NH 03301
Archives and Records Management
71 South Fruit Street
Concord, N.H. 03301
New Hampshire Mayflower Society
31 Logging Hill Road
Bow, NH 03304
Manchester Historic Association
129 Amherst Street
Manchester, New Hampshire
New Hampshire Genealogy Websites
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