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Merrimack County,
New Hampshire
Genealogy and History



List of
Historic Places in the National Register for Merrimack County
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Adjacent Counties
Belknap County (northeast)
Strafford County (east)
Rockingham County (southeast)
Hillsborough County (south)
Sullivan County (west)
Grafton County (northwest)
 

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Cities, Towns and Villages
Allenstown
Andover
Boscawen
Bow
Bradford
Canterbury
Chichester
Concord
Penacook (a village of Concord)
Danbury
Dunbarton
Epsom
Franklin
Henniker
Hill
Hooksett
South Hooksett (a village of Hooksett)
Hopkinton
Contoocook (a village of Hopkinton)
Loudon
New London
Newbury
Northfield See also: Tilton-Northfield CDP
Pembroke
Suncook (a village of Pembroke)
Pittsfield
Salisbury
Sutton
Warner
Webster
Wilmot

 


Merrimack County was organized at Concord in 1823, and is named for the Merrimack River. It was formed by removing towns from northern Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties.



Merrimack County Courthouse
Concord, NH
1908

In 1844 its original scope was somewhat reduced by the creation of Belknap County.
Its county seat is Concord


Online Data

Births

Census Data

Military Data

Miscellaneous Data

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Website Updates:

9/14/2013: Concord First Church Marriages

  

 

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