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G E N E A L O G I C A L   R E S E A R C H
IN MONT VERNON, NH



To learn about how to research your family tree in Mont Vernon and throughout the state of New Hampshire VISIT this important section of my web site! Included is how to obtain documents, such as birth, marriage, death, divorce, probate, land deeds, military records, etc.

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Only MONT VERNON NH-specific genealogy research information is listed below...


OBTAINING VITAL RECORDS IN MONT VERNON, N.H.
In addition to the NH Bureau of Vital Statistics, the Mont Vernon Town Clerk's Office maintains copies of birth, marriage and death certificates that occured in Mont Vernon.
  • Bureau of Vital Records

  • For more information about vital statistics in New Hampshire, see this page.
  • Mont Vernon Town Clerk
    Marilyn F. Savage, Mont Vernon Town Clerk
    2 S Main St
    Mont Vernon, NH 03057-1620
    (603) 673-9126
    Mont Vernon Town Office's Mailing Address:
    P.O. Box 444
    Mont Vernon, NH 03057
  • If you are unable to locate the vital records through both of these methods because the dates are pre 1800, consider the NH State Library collection and the Archived collection (see below)

    CEMETERIES IN MONT VERNON, N.H.
    Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, has one active cemetery in service since 1781, one not yet developed, and four small burial grounds.

    Greenlawn and Other Cemeteries in Mont Vernon - This web site provides Mont Vernon residents with procedural information about Green Lawn and the other cemeteries [Greenlawn has a database to look up on the town's web site].


    BOOKS AND OTHER RESOURCES

  • History of the town of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire (1907) -- this has a genealogy section.

  • If you live near Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, The Daland Memorial Library has copies of several books compiled and printed by the Mont Vernon Historical Society.
    • Daland Memorial Library
      Main Street // PO Box 335
      Mont Vernon NH 03057-0224

  • The Mont Vernon Historical Society offers several books of value to genealogists and other researchers.
    • Cemetery histories and inscriptions in the book, "Lives Once Lived Here"
    • "Historic Mont Vernon, Vol 1 - Households" 1750-1957
    • "The Golden Days" 1857-1933 (Hotels)
    • A Historian's Notebook
    • Inquiries can be emailed to
      Sandra Kent, the museum curator. (see below)
      Mont Vernon Historical Society
      PO Box 15
      Mont Vernon NH 03057
      email: sanrok@verizon.net [new email address Aug 2006]

  • The museum, small library, office and storage space are located in the upstairs section of the Town Hall on Main Street. The society museum is open from May through October by appointment, and beginning in June each year, on the first full weekend (with two days on the calendar) of each month, the museum is open from 10 AM to 2 PM. For example, upcoming dates in 2006 when the museum will be open are September 2 & 3, and October 7 & 8. After October, due to the area not being heated, the museum is usually closed. There is no admission charge, but donations are always accepted. Contact the Museum Curator, Sandra Kent at 603-673-2886.

  • QUERIES, TOWN DIRECTORIES, TOWN HISTORIES & TOWN RECORDS

DIVORCE RECORDS

Copies of divorce records may be obtained from the State office or from the Clerk of the Superior Court in the county where the divorce was granted.

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT - SOUTHERN DISTRICT
30 Spring Street
P. O. Box 2072
Nashua, NH 03061-2072
Clerk: Marshall Buttrick
Phone: (603) 883-6461


LAND AND DEED RECORDS

Mont Vernon NH is located in Hillsborough County
The Hillsborough County Registrar duties and responsibilities are mandated by state statute and include the recording, reproduction and indexing of legal documents pertaining to real estate, the reporting to the cities and towns (for tax purposes) of all transfers of property and the maintenance of records dating back to 1771.
Contact:
Judith A MacDonald
Hillsborough County Registrar
Temple Street Courthouse
19 Temple Street
Nashua, NH 03060
Phone: (603) 882-6933
Email: hilscopies@nhdeeds.com


FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY SERVICE RECORDS AND RESEARCH (ALL WARS) SEE THIS PAGE


PROBATE/WILLS IN MONT VERNON NH

Probate records can usually be found in the court records of the county where the deceased was last living. In some cases, early records have been moved to other depositories such as state archives, to allow for better security, temperature and humidity control, and more space for newer records. As storage space and available facilities change, so do the sites of probate records.

Hillsborough County Register of Probate
30 Spring Street Nashua, NH 03060
603-882-1231

The NH Records and Archives Center has the file of Probate Records from 1623–1771. These have been published in NH Provincial and State Papers vol. 31 – 39. There is a name index. The NH Historical Society has microfilm copies. Each county has Probate records with name indexes from 1772 to the present.


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