County, New Hampshire
Belknap County, located in
New Hampshire, was formed in 1841 from Strafford
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Belknap County is bordered by the New Hampshire
counties of Grafton to the northwest, Carroll to the northeast, Strafford
to the east, and Merrimack
to the south and southwest.
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- 1895 Map of Belknap
New Hampshire, by Pam Rietsch at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Interactive Census Bureau New Hampshire
& Maps: Belknap
of Belknap County New Hampshire features - including cemeteries,
places and more. Please note that the map town listed
feature may be used as a map reference for the site, and may not be the
where the feature is actually located...Select a map to see the
the actual feature. This database may not be complete, and, as
any database, there may be errors.
Economic Developement - includes town profiles, maps, links and
Graveyard of Belknap County
for Belknap County hosted by David Colby Young.
Catholic Church and Family History for New Hampshire.
of New Hampshire Libraries - by city and town
- Visit New Hampshire -
- Belknap County Clerk
P.O. Box 578 - Laconia, NH 03247-0578
BARNSTEAD - Incorporated in 1727
GILFORD - established in 1812
- Oscar Foss Memorial Library
P.O. Box 219 - Main Street - Center Barnstead
03225-0219 Phone: (603) 269-3900
- Barnstead Town Clerk -
Center Barnstead, NH 03225 Phone: (603)
Town Profile - Gilford was originally part of Gilmanton.
- Gilford Public Library
2 Belknap Mountain Road - Gilford 03246-6807 Phone: (603)
- Gilford Town Clerk -
47 Cherry Valley Road - Gilford, NH 03246-6829
Phone: (603) 524-3286.
Lake Winnipesaukee Home Page has links to the community:
The Town of Belmont was formed from Gilmanton, having been
incorporated as part of Gilmanton in 1727.
Lakeport - See LACONIA
Town Profile - The Town of Gilmanton originally included the areas
that later became Belmont, Gilford,
and a portion of Laconia.
Gilmanton - Basic Information page.
Gathering Place, by Anne Taylor-Czaplewski.
- Gilmanton Corner Public Library
RFD 1 - Box 850 - Route 107 - Province Road -
Gilmanton, NH 03237-9205
Phone: (603) 267-7349.
- Gilmanton Iron
P.O. Box 299 - Elm Street - Gilmanton Iron Works -
- Gilmanton Town Clerk -
Route 107 - Gilmanton, NH 03237 Phone: (603)
West Alton - See ALTON
Winnisquam - See BELMONT
Hampton - Basic Information Page.
- Gordon-Nash Library
P.O. Box 549 - Main Street - New Hampton 03256-0549
- New Hampton Board of Selectmen -
P.O. Box 428 - New Hampton, NH 03256
Phone: (603) 744-3727.
Winona - located in eastern New Hampton, near Winona Lake -
Additional Research Resources:
Belknap County, New Hampshire Cemeteries:
Bayside Cemetery - Latitude: 433349N;
Crockett Cemetery - Latitude: 433033N;
Doe Cemetery - Latitude: 433626N;
Dow Cemetery - Latitude: 433658N;
Eastman Cemetery - Latitude: 433350N;
Hillside Cemetery - Latitude: 433239N;
McCoy Cemetery - Latitude: 433349N;
Mead Cemetery - Latitude: 433427N;
Oakland Cemetery - Latitude: 433708N;
Old Town Cemetery - Latitude: 433545N;
Park Cemetery - Latitude: 432621N;
Pine Grove Cemetery - Latitude: 432414N;
Pine Grove Cemetery - Latitude: 433230N;
Riverview Cemetery - Latitude: 432022N;
Robinson Cemetery - Latitude: 433654N;
Round Bay Cemetery - Latitude: 433353N;
Saint Johns Cemetery - Latitude: 432731N;
Saint Lamberts Cemetery - Latitude: 433104N;
Union Cemetery - Latitude: 433056N;
Union Cemetery - Latitude: 433233N;
- New Hampshire Historical
Society and Library
- The State of New Hampshire.
20 Park Street - Concord, NH 03301 Phone:
Division of Records Management and Archives Home Page!
71 South Fruit Street - Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-2236 Fax: (603) 271-2272.
of Vital Records - a resource for Birth, Death, Marriage, and
6 Hazen Drive - Concord, NH
03301-6527 Phone: (603) 271-4654
(Note: Though Birth, Marriage and Death records may be available
1640, Divorce Records, from the Bureau of Vital Records begin in 1880.)
Vital Records may also be obtained from the town clerk, in the town
the event occurred.
- Local Catholic Church
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- NARA: National Archives and
Congress: American Memory All Collections Search - enter topic
Indiana town and/or county location to find available online photos,
- USA Veterans'
Bureau Interactive County Maps for New Hampshire.
PROFESSIONAL HISTORICAL GENEALOGY RESEARCH
Professional Historical Genealogist
Researching onsight, and with the vast resources of The Allen County
Library, holding one of the largest genealogical collections in
America. Search the Library's
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