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New Hampshire became the eighth state on 21 July 1788. The boundaries were in dispute for many year prior to 1740, but the King of England established the final boundary in 1741 between New Hampshire and Massachusetts. In 1771, New Hampshire was divided into 5 original counties: Cheshire, Grafton, Hillsborough, Rockingham, and Strafford.

An informative website for New Hampshire county and town history is New Hampshire Genealogy and History


Combs &c. New Hampshire Counties of Record

BelknapRecords
CarrollRecords
CheshireRecords
CoosRecords
GraftonRecords
HillsboroughRecords
MerrimackRecords
RockinghamRecords
StraffordRecords
SullivanRecords

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