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Town records, 1690-1899

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1950, 1976
on 6 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.


New Hampshire, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records are available online, click here.

Microfilm of original records at the State Capitol Building in Concord, New Hampshire.

For index to this record see "Index to seven towns in New Hampshire".

Includes partial index.

Volume 1 is a transcript of: vol. A town records 1693-1707, vol. C town records, lot layouts for 1709-1725. Volume 2 is a transcript of: vol. M fragments of town records 1691-1829, vol. B fragments of town records 1698-1735, vol. O town records 1699-1839, vol. L town records 1715-1829. Volume 3 is a transcript of: vol. D town records during 1756-1807 and vital statistics 1805-1854, vol. I vital statistics 1762-1858. Volume 4 is a transcript of: vol. N town accounts 1701-1849, vol. E town accounts 1770-1815, vol. F town records 1809-1839. Volume 5 is a transcript of: vol. G inventories and tax records 1812-1822, vol. H inventories and tax records 1823- 1825. Volume 6 is a transcript of: vol. K tax records 1690-1770 and approx. 333 loose papers. Volume 7 is a transcript of: vol. P tax records and inventories 1700-1836, vol. J town accounts 1712- 1826.



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