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Vital Records of Keene, New Hampshire - Deaths

Deaths (1742 - 1881)

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z

Deaths 1887-1942
1887 1910-1912 1929-1930
1888-1890 1913-1915 1931-1932
1891-1895 1916-1918 1933-1934
1896-1899 1919-1921 1935-1936
1900-1903 1922-1924 1937-1938
1904-1906 1925-1926 1939-1941
1907-1909 1927-1928  1942

In 1941, the law requiring vital statistics to be printed in the annual reports was repealed. We have scanned death records through 1942, the last year for which they were printed in the town's Annual Report.

For abbreviations used in the death records and other information, see Introduction and Abbreviations used.

The Keene Public Library received a federal LSTA grant in 1999, through the New Hampshire State Library, to purchase a scanner and computer. One of the goals of this grant is to scan and digitize historical documents and photographs of the Keene, NH area. Because the Vital Statistics of Keene are in great demand by genealogists and historians, and because the physical volumes are in such bad shape, we decided that our first phase of the project would be to scan the Vital Statistics.

Several volunteers have assisted in this project, most notably Bob Borden, Deborah Roche, Alice Gomes, Cynthia Scott, Meg Brodhead, and Melissa Decoteau, who put in long hours scanning and editing text, as well as Dennis House, Gaale Klein, Emily Graves, Adam Van Dell, Alice Kingsbury, Diane Miller, Daniel Davis and Peter Wright. While every effort has been made to correct all of the errors resulting from scanning the text, some mistakes might still occur. If you are aware of any, please let us know by contacting us.

A special thank you to Bob Borden and Gaale Klein, whose herculean efforts allowed us to finish this project!

When the original volume indicated mistakes in a "Corrections" section, these corrections have been incorporated into the text.

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