New Hampshire’s European immigrant settlements were established in the early 1620’s as fishing and trading communities. Up through the mid 1600’s the region was governed by the colony of Massachusetts and by 1680, New Hampshire became a separate province. New Hampshire’s genealogy collections, in the form of town and county records, date back to the 1630’s.
As a professional genealogist, Holly MacCammon can assist you in finding any available records pertinent to your New Hampshire ancestors. Holly conducts research coaching sessions and traditional research projects. Whether you have hit a “brick wall” in your research, you need some assistance in focusing your goals, or you have research that requires a little more time or know-how, the research services she provides can help you discover more about your family history.
Holly can perform online genealogy research for your New Hampshire ancestors. Her research strategy makes use of databases, digital publications, and professional networks to get the most out of the documentation and information that is available. Through her subscription services, she can search a multitude of collections that may not be available for general public access.
If an original record exists, but is not available in digital form, she can provide information and assistance on how to obtain a copy. If she is unable to find an existing record to a specific inquiry, she can provide suggestions on record substitutes that may provide the answers you need to make new family history discoveries or perhaps open up new avenues of research.
New Hampshire Research Projects
Holly’s experience with New Hampshire genealogy collections includes tracing migrating settlers from Connecticut, verifying parentage, as well as researching 19th century vital records.
- In her research, Holly has utilized
- Published county histories
- Vital record collections
- Probate collections
Would you like help with your family research? Click the button below to send Holly an e-mail inquiry about your New Hampshire ancestors. She can also assist with genealogy research throughout the United States.