Vital Records of New Durham and Middleton, New Hampshire, 1887-1998 - Richard P. Roberts. Vital Statistics are a valuable source of information concerning events occurring after 1886 and are provided in the Annual Town Reports of many New Hampshire towns. Marriage and death records from the late 1800s often identify parents who were married nearly a century before. Many immigrants from Canada, or their children, have lived in New Durham or Middleton during the time period covered by these records. Additionally, those families that have remained in New Durham and/or Middleton for several generations can be traced to the present using this information. All entries are listed alphabetically in each section. Birth records include (where available): the child's name; date of birth; place of birth; the number of children in the family; father's name, place of birth and occupation; and the mother's maiden name, age and place of birth. The residence of the parents is given when it is other than New Durham or Middleton. Marriage records include (where available): groom's name; groom's residence; bride's name; bride's residence; date of marriage; place of marriage; ages; occupations; number of the marriage; father's name, place of birth and occupation; mother's name, place of birth and occupation. The names of the officials conducting the marriages have been omitted. Death records include (where available): name of the deceased; place of death; date of death; age at death; cause of death; marital status; birthplace; father's name and place of birth; mother's name and place of birth. Later entries note the residence of the deceased. The New Durham records for 1890 and the Middleton records for 1891 and 1920 are not included. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 390 pp.