New Hampshire Family History Societies(N-Z)

This section lists county associations from Northwood to Washington providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.

County and other Societies

Northwood Historical Society

The association was established in 1968. 

Several databases and articles are accessible, including:

  • Annual Town Reports 1892-1910
  • Biographical Sketches of the Notable and Notorious
  • Births, Deaths and Marriages 1892-1910
  • Civil War Veterans
  • Northwood in the US Civil War
  • Northwood Timeline
  • Northwood Town 1790 Census
  • Photographs
  • Veterans of the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812
  • Vital Records for Northwood
  • World War I Veterans

Many archives are accessible at Chesley Memorial Library, which include:

  • Bound, Northwood Annual Town Reports 1993-1999
  • The Chanticleer Weathervane
  • Guide to the History and Old Dwelling Places of Northwood
  • History and Remembrances of Northwood Meadows State Park, Northwood
  • History of Nottingham, Deerfield and Northwood
  • Northwood History 1878-1946
  • History of Rockingham, Strafford Counties
  • Old Maps of Rockingham County in 1892
  • The Town Register: Canterbury, Epsom, Chichester, Northwood, Loudon, Deerfield published in 1909
Website:
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nhnhs/

Warner Historical Society

Their aims are to preserve items of historical significance to Warner and to record the history and incidents of past and present.

Many resources are accessible, including:

  • Cemetery Records
  • Church and Baptismal Records
  • Civil War Letters
  • Deeds
  • Diaries
  • Early Tax Records
  • Family Bibles
  • Gazetteers
  • Genealogical Files for some Families

Resources also include:

  • Magazine Articles
  • Manuscripts from the 18-20th Centuries
  • Military Records
  • Newspaper Clippings
  • Photographs
  • Portraits of Early Settlers
  • Postcards
  • Regimental Histories
  • School Reports
  • Town Reports
  • Warner and surrounding Town Histories

A list of Cemeteries in Warner is accessible, along with an index of Tombstone Inscriptions.

The Society sells numerous items, which include:

  • Birch Cutting Boards
  • Bradford and Warner, New Hampshire
  • Educators and Agitators
  • Jigsaw Puzzles
  • Celebrating Warner Farms - 2017 Calendar
  • Mount Kearsarge - History, Stories, Legends and Folktales
  • Mount Kearsarge Calendars
  • T-Shirts
  • This Morning Broke Clear DVD
  • Warner History 1735-1879
Website:
http://www.warnerhistorical.org

Washington Historical Society

An All Cemetery Index to Tombstone Inscriptions is accessible.  These Graveyards include East Washington, Old Cemetery, New Cemetery and Seventh Day Adventist.  These are also indexed by Cemetery.

Some items are available for sale, which include:

  • Afghan
  • Ceramic Trivet - Colour Photo of the three buildings on the town common
  • Glass Medallion
  • Gustine Hurd Images Postcards
  • The History of Camp Morgan
  • Meetinghouse DVD: The Heart of Washington, New Hampshire
  • Mug - Sketch of the three steepled buildings on the Town Common
  • Puzzle - Town Centre Aerial Photograph - 494 Pieces
  • Tote Bag
Website:
http://www.ultimate.com/washington/whs

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