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Cheshire County, New Hampshire

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Profiles

  • Eino Jacob Hautanen (1914 - 1992)
  • Alice Marie Bill (c.1856 - bef.1928)
    Curator's Note : Familysearch indicates that Henry and Frances Foster had two daughters named Alice, which is incorrect. Because Alice's exact birth date is unknown, and she had multiple marriages list...
  • Royal T. Haven (1798 - 1870)
  • Charles Haven (1804 - 1868)
    Memorandum of a few early events in my life to my children on my 64th Birthday. I was born in the town of Sullivan, Chesire County, New Hampshire on February 22, 1804. My father's name was John Haven a...
  • Calvin Haven (1800 - 1861)

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Cheshire County, New Hampshire.

Official Website

Cheshire was one of the five original counties of New Hampshire, and is named for the county of Cheshire in England. It was organized in 1771 at Keene. Sullivan County was created from the northern portion of Cheshire County in 1827.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns, Villages & Communities

Alstead | Ashuelot | Chesham | Chesterfield | Drewsville | Dublin | East Swanzey | Fitzwilliam | Gilsum | Harrisville | Hinsdale | Jaffrey | Jaffrey Center | Keene (County Seat) | Marlborough | Marlow | Munsonville | Nelson | North Walpole | Poocham | Richmond | Rindge | Roxbury | Spoffard | Stoddard | Sullivan | Surry | Swanzey | Troy | Walpole | West Chesterfield | West Swanzey | Westmoreland | Winchester

Links

Wikipedia

National Register of Historic Places

RootsWeb

Genealogy Trails

Cheshire County Historical Society

RAOGK



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