Looking for some tips about researching your family's history? The library has lots of resources to help you out. Take a look at our Genealogy Resources brochure online, or print it out. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (which is available to download for free here). To look at the genealogy brochure, click here.
Ancestry Library Edition
We offer in-library access to Ancestry.com Library Edition. You just click on the Ancestry login on library computers and will be logged on. If you have trouble getting access, don't hesitate to ask a staff member for assistance.
The Library has collections of how-to genealogical materials as well as some town and family histories. The how-to books, regional books, and some family histories are located together in the nonfiction collection (929). Additional family histories can be found in our Reference collection. There is a wealth of resources at the Stratham Historical Society. They are open Tuesdays 9 am - 11:30 am, Thursdays 2 pm - 4 pm, and the first Sunday of each month 2 pm - 4 pm. E-mail questions can be sent to them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search birth, marriage, death, census, church and other indexes in this free online resource.
If you can wade through the sponsor ads you will find this a useful free site for research. You will find more than 292,000 records from over 1,800 cemeteries worldwide. This site also links to related resources.
This is the largest collection of genealogy links anywhere on the Web.
You can get to Cyndi's complete list from the NH GenWeb Page, but this will get you right to the NH stuff.
A chart of titles for relationships, such as 2nd cousin twice removed, etc.
This is the spot for genealogy info and historical documents.
This is the home of the NH Genealogy Project. You can get information by county from volunteers who will look up specific genealogical questions or you can take advantage of all the links to other sites that have been collected here.
A cooperative effort of volunteers from around the country, this project seeks to have a Web page and linked info about every state and county in the U.S.