Grafton County New Hampshire Genealogy
County Seat: Haverhill
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Grafton County History
Grafton County was one of the five counties originally identified for New Hampshire in 1769. It was named for Augustus FitzRoy, 3rd Duke of Grafton, who had been a supporter of American causes in Parliament, and who was serving as British Prime Minister at the time. The county was organized at Woodsville in 1771, and originally included the entire northern frontier of New Hampshire, including a number of towns that are now in Vermont. In 1803, the northern area was removed for the formation of Coos County. The three counties to the south were Strafford, Hillsborough and Cheshire, and the eastern edge bordered the "District of Maine". In 1797, the county contained 50 townships and 17 locations, and had a population of 23,093.
Genealogical Research in Grafton County, New Hampshire
Lebanon Public Library
9 East Park St.
Lebanon, NH 03766
This library has local histories for the region, some family genealogies, Civil War records, cemetery records, newspapers, and photographs.
60 Main St.
West Lebanon, NH 03784
Dartmouth College Library is the Baker-Berry Library
6025 Baker-Berry Library
Hanover, NH 03755
The library has family history books and collections, as well as local historical maps.
- Essex County, Vermont (north)
- Coos County (northeast)
- Carroll County (east)
- Belknap County (southeast)
- Merrimack County (south)
- Sullivan County (south)
- Windsor County, Vermont (southwest)
- Orange County, Vermont (west)
- Caledonia County, Vermont (northwest)
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