Vital Statistics of North Hampton, New Hampshire, 1742-1942 - William H. Jones. North Hampton was first established as a separate parish in the town of Hampton in 1738. It was called North Hill. In 1742, it became a separate town and took the name of North Hampton. Birth, death, and marriage records for North Hampton have been gleaned from all known sources. Old town books, church registers and cemetery books, as well as annual town reports were thoroughly researched. Names are listed alphabetically within each section of the text and the source of each entry is identified. Birth records give the parents’ names when known. Death records include place of death if other than North Hampton. Marriage records include place of residence if other than North Hampton. Names of clergyman are given whenever known. Some 8,000 persons are named. An appendix includes a list of town officers, early historical documents with original founders’ names, the 1776 Association Test list of names, Revolutionary War service records and Warnout Notices. A bibliography and a map further enhance the text. (1999), 2012, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 262 pp.