New Hampshire Counties (60)
TO:  New Hampshire Statewide
Resources
Belknap
    In Belknap County all of the recorded documents, plans
    and indices dating back to 1765 are available for
    viewing
    The Assessor's database for Sanbornton, NH requires
    that you register as a user.   Registration is free and
    will only take a few moments.
Carroll
    The Assessor's database for Moultonborough, NH
    requires that you register as a user.   Registration is
    free and will only take a few moments.
Cheshire
    Cheshire County was the first Registry of Deeds in the
    State of New Hampshire to have images on their
    website - www.nhdeeds.com. The grantor/grantee
    index from 1980 to the last verified day in the Registry is
    on the site as well as the images which can be viewed
    without a password.
    The Assessor's database for Swanzey, NH requires
    that you register as a user.   Registration is free and
    will only take a few moments.
Coos
    The office provides information to 43 communities in
    Coos County (1 City - 19 Towns & 23 unincorporated
    places) There is a great deal of information available in
    the early volumes and anyone interested in genealogy
    may find it useful to research the records. The official
    records, maintained at this location, are dated from
    1771.
Grafton
    The Assessor's database for Lebanon, NH requires
    that you register as a user.   Registration is free and
    will only take a few moments.
    Hillsborough county includes two cities and twenty nine
    towns. It is 875 square miles in area and has a
    population of over 380,000. The official records
    maintained at this location are dated from 1771 to
    present.
    The Assessor's database for Bedford, NH requires that
    you register as a user.   Registration is free and will
    only take a few moments.
Merrimack
    To access this site a new user must first register and
    obtain a user ID and password. Every registered user
    will be able to search and display index information
    and purchase document images using a credit card or
    pre-purchased account credits.
    The Assessor's database for Bow, NH requires that
    you register as a user.   Registration is free and will
    only take a few moments.
Rockingham
    The office provides information to 37 communities in
    Rockingham County, regarding the sale of properties
    for tax purposes.
    The Assessor's database for Greenland, NH requires
    that you register as a user.   Registration is free and
    will only take a few moments.
    The Assessor's database for Rye, NH requires that you
    register as a user.   Registration is free and will only
    take a few moments.
Strafford
    One of the main reasons for the creation of Strafford
    County and her sister Counties was to make "legal
    services, especially the registering of property
    ownership and recording of deeds and other
    transactions, be made more accessible." And since
    1771, this office has been making those documents
    available to the public
Sullivan
    The records of this office date back to 1827.
There are 10 Counties in New Hampshire.  
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