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Please note that the State of NH did not require town clerks to send records to the Bureau until the early 1800's.You probably want to first check with the town clerk for the Individual Town to see what records they do maintain. NH Town or City Clerks Bureau of Vital Records Division of Vital Records Administration 71 South Fruit Street Concord, NH 03301-2410 ************************* **JUNE 2018** Notice** "...American Marriage Records Before 1699 (partial list, searchable) - Google Books The Social Security Death Index is also a great resource showing your ancestor's date of death, their last place of residence, and you have the ability to send for a copy of the originating documents.Rootsweb SSDI Page (free) BIBLE RECORDS: In addition to checking with your own relatives about old bible records, you should check with the historical societies in the area where your ancestors lived.[Typically the only place to find adoption records pre-1850 are in bible notes, in the 1850 US Census notes, in town histories or family journals, an in wills.] Adoptees BORN in New Hampshire only, when the state received an adoption report, and sealed the original record, and created a new record.
Newspapers have a wealth of information for you, and a search is certainly worthwhile.While transfers of children to substitute parents had occurred informally since American colonial times, adoption statutes legitimized the informal adoptive arrangements which previously existed.During the early years of American society, no formal procedures existed for recording births or name changes.These were published in the Session Laws through 1946.The NH Historical Society has a name index for the period 1796 1933.