The New Hampshire Department of State, Division of Vital Records Administration manages birth and death records from local towns and counties from 1640 to present. The division does not issue certificates online, so all records should be acquired by mail, in person or at a local town clerk. Searches cost $15 dollars for their first certificate and $10 dollars each additional copy. Birth records from 1988 and death records from 1990 from any town are available at any other town clerk with the newest computer systems.
New Hampshire Department of State
Division of Vital Records Administration
71 South Fruit Street
Concord, NH 03301-241
• Birth and Death Certificates
Marriage and divorce records from 1808 are available from either the state or from the town the records were filed for $15 dollars.
Adult aged adoptees can obtain noncertified birth records from the Division of Vital Records Administration office. If the birth parents have volunteered contact information or a medical history those records are also available.
• Birth Parent Medical History
• Pre-Adoption Birth Records
• Contact Preference Forms
Parcel records and property data are handled by the local town or city government. Generally the assessor's department in conjunction with the GIS and mapping department.