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 BROOKLINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORY

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Brookline, New Hampshire History

A history of Brookline, New Hampshire, including biographical sketches.

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Sharing a boarder with Massachusetts, Brookline, New Hampshire lies in Hillsborough County. The town was previously known as Raby, New Hampshire. This history contains vital record registers for the years prior to 1914. There are also extensive biographical sketches and family genealogies. This data will be useful to those with early New Hampshire and Massachusetts ancestry.
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