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  • Grafton County New Hampshire

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1930

  • Hillsborough County New Hampshire Census

New Hampshire Census Information

Federal censuses for the state of New Hampshire began in 1790, and continue every ten years thereafter. They are currently available through 1920 except for the mostly destroyed 1890 census.

Parts of some of the earlier New Hampshire census are incomplete or missing entirely:

  • Rockingham County in 1800 is partially incomplete. The following towns are missing:
    • Atkinson
    • Greenland
    • Hampton
    • Hampton Falls
    • Londonberry
    • Northampton
    • Pelham
    • Plaistow
    • Salem
    • Seabrook
    • Stratham
    • Windham
  • Strafford County in 1800 is partially incomplete. The following towns are missing:
    • Alton
    • Barnstead
    • Brookfield
    • Effingham
    • Gilmanton
    • Middleton
    • New Durham
    • Ossipee
    • Tuftonboro
    • Wakefield
    • Wolfeborough
  • Grafton County in 1820 are lost
  • Rockingham County in 1820 are partially lost. The following towns are missing:
    • Gosport
    • Greenland
    • New Castle
    • Newington
    • Portsmouth
    • Rye
  • Strafford County in 1820 are partially lost. The following towns are the only ones present::
    • New Hampton
    • Centre Harbor
    • Gilford
    • Moultonborough
    • Sanbornton

New Hampshire QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau

 




MLA Source Citation:

Census Records: A directory of resources providing online access to census records. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 14 April 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/census/new-hampshire-census-records.htm - Last updated on Apr 14th, 2014


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