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Find your Fitzwilliam, Cheshire County, New Hampshire Ancestors   Welcome to Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire. I hope these pages help you find a brick-wall ancestor

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Find your New Hampshire ancestors and search New Hampshire surnames New Hampshire became a state on June 21, 1788. It had been ninth of the original 13 colonies.

Fitzwilliam was called Monadnock No. 4 or Stoddardtown when it was granted in 1752. On its incorporation in 1773, it was named in honor of Sir William Fitzwilliam, Earl of Fitzwilliam.

Brigadier Gen. James Reed (1722-1807), veteran of the French & Indian Wars and one of three Revolutionary War generals from New Hampshire, settled in Fitzwilliam circa 1765.

Cheshire County New Hampshire USGenWeb Databases


 New Hampshire Division of Records Management & Archives

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 Brigadier General James Reed

Cemetery Records

 Coffin Plates, A Source for Birth & Death Information on

Census Records

 1880 Census Online

 Census Records Online for Cheshire County
 New Hampshire USGenWeb Census Project

Citizenship Records

 Naturalization Records for New Hampshire
 Passport Applications all states

City Directories

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Court Records

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Family Bibles

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Funeral Homes

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 Salt Lake City Library: Ready, Set, Go!
 Using PERSI (PERiodical Source Index)
 Cousin Relationships
 The Homestead Act of 1862

Historical Letters & Documents

 New Hampshire Store Ledger 1813-1815 (is your ancestor's name here?)
 Historical Markers in The Monadnock Region

Land Records

 Cheshire County Registry of Deeds, 1980-2004 You must click on ACCEPT AGREEMENT before you can search the online index (free to search)
 Legal Land Descriptions in the USA
 USGS Land Mapping System
 Rootsweb Article - How to Find Land Records


 New Hampshire State Library
  Fiske Genealogical Library - New Hampshire Materials

Links New Hampshire Web Pages
  Historic Fitzwilliam
 Cyndis List: New Hampshire


 History of Fitzwilliam, NH from 1752 to 1887

Mailing Lists

 Cheshire County Mailing Lists


 New Hampshire Digital Map Library
 New Hampshire Map

Military Records

  New Hampshire Union Regimental Index
 Military Resources all states
  New Hampshire Forts(use your browser's FIND feature to look for Fitzwilliam)


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 New Hampshire Spectator 1825 Use your browser's FIND feature to look for Fitzwilliam


 Obituary Index


 Historical Society of Cheshire County

Vital Statistics

 Social Security Death Index (SSDI)
 Divorce records may be obtained from County Courthouse. Birth, Marriage & Death records may be obtained from City or Town Clerks



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