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SALISBURY, NEW HAMPSHIRE
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Merrimack Co.

Founded 1768
Population 1998 - 1,137


Last Updated March 24, 2002
 

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Welcome to the Salisbury, New Hampshire USGenWeb Page. The name of Salisbury is derived from the Latin salus, which signifies safety, or health, and the Anglo-Saxon "bury", or "burgh", a corporate town, - hence, the town of health and safety. It was named directly from Salisbury, Mass., which was so called from Salisbury, England.
   It is situated in latitude 43° 23', on the west bank of the Merrimack and Pemigewasset Rivers, sixteen miles north of Concord and eighty miles from Boston. It was originally bounded north by Andover, east by the rivers, above named, south by Boscawen and Warner and what was Kearsarge Gore, and contains twenty-eight thousand six hundred acres.
If you have any records or information for Salisbury that you would like to contribute to this page, please let me know. I will be happy to post them here. Also, all comments, suggestions and corrections are welcomed.  E-Mail me

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Birth Records 1889-1896 

Biographies

Cemeteries

Census
      1800 Census
      1840 Census Index

Church Records
      Salisbury Meeting House
      Salisbury Baptist Church

Death Records
      1889-1893

Family Records - These are family records found in the Town Records of Salisbury.

Family Records Index This is an index of father's names in Vol. 1 of the Salisbury Town Record Book

Genealogical Web-sites related to Salisbury. If you have a Salisbury related website, please let me know, and I will list it here.

History - Now includes the complete History from the book by D. Hamilton Hurd.

Marriages

Military

Pensions

Queries for Merrimack County

Salisbury Resources - Town offices, Library, Vital records


Lookups:
If you have any reference material on Salisbury and would like to volunteer to do lookups, please E-Mail me.

When requesting a lookup, please follow these general guidelines, as well as any guidelines posted by the Lookup Volunteer.

1. On the subject line enter Salisbury Lookup.
2. Put the name of what you are requesting a lookup from in the first line.
3. Limit your request to 1 or 2 specific names on separate lines.
4. Don't forget to thank your volunteer for their time and effort.

Volunteers We have our first lookup volunteer! Thank you, Myrna!


 Myrna Colby Toutant  toucowi@frontiernet.net has an old Salisbury history. The binding is gone and some of the index pages at the back are gone.     THE HISTORY OF SALISBURY NEW HAMPSHIRE, FROM DATE OF SETTLEMENT TO THE PRESENT TIME, THE WHOLE INTERSPERSED WITH NUMEROUS INTERESTING INCIDENTS,    EMBELLISHED WITH MAPS, CUTS, AND PORTRAITS OF DISTINGUISHED CITIZENS.    COLLATED BY JOHN J. DEARBORN    EDITED BY JAMES O. ADAMS AND HENRY P. ROLFE    MANCHESTER, NH PRINTED BY WILLIAM E. MOORE 1890    Copyrighted 1884 by John J. Dearborn. If anyone is interested in any info that this book might contain, I can look it up.



Merrimack County, NH USGenWeb Project

New Hampshire USGenWeb Project

USGenWeb Project

New Hampshire Historical Society
NHHS has Some Church records for Salisbury, many old newspapers on microfilm, annual town reports, Revolutionary pension applications and much other very useful information.

New Hampshire State Library
NHSL has the old Town Records books of Salisbury, as well as 1,000's of books about NH history. 

State of NH-Division of Records Management & Archives 
This office has most of the deeds & wills for NH, some Civil War records,as well as some other information.

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