Milton, New Hampshire, Vital Records, 1888-1999


Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this valuable genealogical series. Vital Records are the key to placing our ancestors in a certain place at a certain time. These birth, marriage, and death records are arranged alphabetically by surname. Birth records give the child’s name, birth date, parents’ names, and place of residence. Other information is included when available, such as: father’s occupation, mother’s maiden name, place of residence, etc. Marriage entries are arranged alphabetically by the groom’s surname and provide the following information: names of bride and groom, date of marriage, and sometimes the place of marriage, birth dates and birth places of bride and groom, occupations, and names of parents. The brides’ maiden names are emphasized with bold type. Death entries give the date and place of death. Additional information may include: cause of death, birth date and place, marital status, occupation, and parents’ names.

Richard P. Roberts

(2000), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 674 pp.

ISBN: 9780788414879