I have some Massachusetts and Maine roots that crossed over into New Hampshire for short periods of time. As I started to research New Hampshire records, I discovered that there are few free resources, even though New Hampshire records are plentiful for the family genealogist.
The main paid sites offering New Hampshire records are Ancestry.com and AmericanAncestors.org, the website of the New England Historic Genealogical Society.
There are only a handful of websites offering free access to New Hampshire records online.
2. University of New Hampshire Library Digital Collections- The New Hampshire Genealogical Record. This collection has scattered issues digitized dating between 1904-1909.
By far, the best free site for New Hampshire records is FamilySearch.org. If I were beginning my research today, it would definitely be my first stop. FamilySearch includes links to its own databases, but also to other sites, some of which are subscription sites. However, there are enough records housed on FamilySearch – birth, death, marriage, probate, cemetery, town histories and military records back to the Revolutionary War that provide a healthy start for an ancestor who lived in New Hampshire.
That is about it. I wish the list were more extensive and I was actually a bit surprised that so few sites offer anything online, paid or free.