New Hampshire Genealogical Record
The NH Record is our journal of compiled genealogy, source records, and book reviews.
A consolidated list of article titles from 1990-present is available in the Members-Only Section.
To order back issues of the NH Record, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New Hampshire Genealogical Record (The NH Record) seeks well-written, carefully researched articles on individuals and families with connections to New Hampshire, including:
Family genealogies of two or more generations
Articles addressing genealogical questions, such as questions of parentage or identity
Transcriptions of records of genealogical interest that are difficult to access or decipher
We also welcome:
Articles on methodology, problem-solving, and novel approaches to research
Articles on New Hampshire that provide social, cultural, or historical context for genealogical research
Articles on topical or timely New Hampshire subjects, such as significant historical events and milestones
Articles on New Hampshire genealogical repositories and resources
We rarely accept “travelogue”-style articles that describe the research process; we prefer to publish the results of research.
We ask authors to follow NEHGS style, as described in Stratton & Hoff's Guide to Genealogical Writing. All asserted facts not generally known should be supported by a footnoted citation, formatted according to Elizabeth Shown Mills's Evidence Explained.
Other references useful for submitters include the following:
Board for Certification of Genealogists, Genealogy Standards, 2nd ed. (Nashville, Tennessee: Ancestry, 2019).
Thomas W. Jones, Mastering Genealogical Proof (Arlington, Virginia: National Genealogical Society, 2013).
The latter book is particularly useful for case studies.
Articles and letters can be submitted as email attachments or via other electronic means to Publications Committee at email@example.com. We welcome your questions and inquiries!