N. H. Society of Genealogists

Welcome to the web site of the New Hampshire Society of Genealogists.

Hold the date! 

NHSOG Fall Meeting will be held on Saturday, 29 October 2016, at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.

Our featured speaker will be Pam Stone Eagleson, CGSM of Kennebunk Maine. Pam is a researcher, writer, and lecturer, conducting client research nationwide with an emphasis on New England, the mid-Atlantic, and the Midwest. Winner of the 2004 National Genealogical Society’s Family History Writing contest, Pam has attended the National Institute on Genealogical Research (NIGR), the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR), the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG), theGenealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP), and the Virginia Institute of Genealogical Research (VIGR).  She is a graduate of Northwestern University with a B.A. degree in history and sociology,  University of Southern Maine with an M.S.Ed., and Tufts University with a C.A.S. in Museum Studies. 

Certified since 2005 by the Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG), Pam served six years on the Board of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) and currently serves as Director of Region 4 on the Board of the National Genealogical Society (NGS). She lectures on genealogy sources and problem-solving, is co-administrator of the Stone surname DNA project, and is a 
member of several local, state, and regional historical and genealogical societies
Title Index to New Hampshire Genealogical Record updated through 30.
Thinking of joining? Here's a sample issue of the NHSOG Newsletter (PDF)
Now available - Everyname index to New Hampshire Families in 1790 now online.
NHSOG is proud to announce our latest publication:
Historical Memoranda concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, N.H. Volume II.
Special prepublication prices available.
NH Families in 1790 - Volume I - Now Available
The New Hampshire Society of Genealogists has released the long awaited New Hampshire Families in 1790
Volume 1. 472 pp. includes a 66 page bibliography, indexed, cloth. 
Published by The New Hampshire Society of Genealogists, 2007

Details inside 			
NH Families in 1790 - Volume II
New Format for Volume II

The N.H. Families in 1790 blog was created to assist New Hampshire genealogical researchers and to provide guidance for those who wish to provide sketches for submission to the ongoing New Hampshire Families in 1790 project.  Please visit the blog site at http://NHFams1790.blogspot.com.  We welcome sketches for the project following the guidelines in the blog and we also welcome authors for blog posts.  Please email Diane Gravel at dianeflorencegravel@gmail.com or Carol Swaine-Kuzel at ckuzel@comcast.net for additional information.

We regret that due to limited resources, we are unable to respond individually to requests for genealogy research assistance. If you are looking for this type of assistance, visit our Resources page for some ideas on where to go for help with your New Hampshire research questions. Good luck with your New Hampshire genealogy research!


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