This expanded facility also houses a well-appointed research room.
The house, built c.1809, combines elements from the Georgian and Federal styles and plans.Built in 1894-94 of brick and Milford granite, this building was one of the first large high schools in southern New Hampshire.Under NH statutory requirements and applicable administrative rules, certain older records are open to the public while other, more recent records, are only available when the applicant has a direct and tangible interest in the record.In accordance with RSA 1 in order to have access to a record an applicant shall have "direct and tangible interest" in the requested record.Vital Statistics/Records (Birth, Marriage, Death, Divorce) and Name Changes Probate Records | Deed & Land Records | Cemeteries | Research Facilities Immigration and Naturalization | Census Records | Histories/Databases | Court Records Outside U. Research | Military Service | Town/City Records | Books Church Records | Name Changes | Native American | African American | Historical Societies | Miscellaneous | Newspapers | Fee-Based Services, Basic Guides, Helpful Hints to Research and other Links Genealogy Blogs - SEE my "Cow Hampshire" Blog for a list PLEASE SEE the COUNTY LIST first for County/Town specific genealogy research tools In New Hampshire, birth, death and marriage records since 1640 may be obtained EITHER from the City or Town Clerk in the city or town where the event occurred, OR from the NH Division of Vital Records Administration. ORG records span billions of names across hundreds collectionsincluding birth, marriage, death, probate, land, military, IGI extracted, and more.
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a center for county business, political discourse, news, entertainment and commerce in the 18th and early 19th centuries, a time when Amherst was the county seat and among the largest towns in New Hampshire.
First settled by the Graves family in the mid-1700s, this property documents several generations of the family’s contributions to Brentwood.
Keene is today a center for insurance, education and tourism.
New England manufacturing declined in the 20th century, however, particularly during the Great Depression.
It also has a rare slanted main floor for improved visibility of the speakers in the pulpit.