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New Hampshire Genealogy
Welcome to Cornish
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Cornish, first settled in 1765, was a site where mast pines were cut for the king's ships.
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If you have any reference material on Cornish and would like to volunteer to do lookup's, please let me know.
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Cornish Resources and Lookup Volunteers
History of the town of Cornish, New Hampshire, with genealogical record, 1763-1910, by Wm. H. Child., Concord, N.H.,
Rumford Press [1911?] 2 v. illus., fold. map, ports. 24 cm -- Available at University of New Hampshire --
Dimond Library -- 974.2T C818c
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History of the town of Cornish, New Hampshire, with genealogical record, 1763-1910, by Wm. H. Child., Spartanburg,
SC Reprint Co., 1975, 2 v. illus., fold. map, ports. 24 cm -- Available at University of New Hampshire,
Main Library -- F44.C8 C5 1975
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Cemetery Records of Cornish, compiled by Maybelle Perkins, Rock... Inscriptions of all cemeteries from 1760 to 1995...
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If you know of a Cornish link that would be appropriate to add to this page, please e-mail...
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Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site Off Route 12A, Cornish, NH 03745 covers 148 acres and offers tours of the home,
studios and garens of sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Pillsbury State Park's 300 acres offer recreational opportunities.
The Cornish-Windsor bridge, the longest covered bridge in the United States, spans the Connecticut River. It is more
than 460 feet long and is over 100 years old.
Cornish Historical Society
RR2 Box 416
Cornish, NH 03745
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Cornish Page established 11 August 1996
This site created and maintained by: Gordon K. Leveille
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