Alamance County, North Carolina

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Belknap is a county in New Hampshire. It was formed in 1841 from the following county/ies: Strafford/Merrimack. Belknap began keeping Vital records in 1841, and court records in 1841. For more information, contact the county at 64 Court St., Laconia 03246. On the attached map, Belknap is located at G4. County courthouse has copies of Strafford County deeds covering land that became part of Belknap after formation in 1840.

For information about the state of North Carolina see North Carolina Family History Research.

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