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Plainfield Genealogies: Early Plainfield Family Lineages 1640-2005 by Kay MacLeay extends seminal work by Vernon Hood from 1965-2005. It is the compilation of Plainfield family records from 1640 to the present.

The Philip Read Memorial Library Resouce Guide shows library resources, town events, and arial photos of Plainfield.

The Town of Plainfield website provides town committees and reports, documents & forms, and community information.

New Hampshire

The New Hampshire Historical Society   site outlines the material available at the Tuck Museum and New Hampshire Historical Society Library.

NH ew Link provides access to library collections, newspapers, magazines, and online databases as a sevice of the New Hampsire State Library.

Covered Bridges in New Hampshire provides a list of NH convered bridges along with locations, discriptions and history for each bridge.

The New Hampshire State Grange website lists officers, programs and events for the Grange.

The N.H. Preservation Alliance works closely with communities, homeowners and a variety of partners to help preserve the character of New Hampshire.

Genealogy

Plainfield Genealogies: Early Plainfield Family Lineages 1640-2005 by Kay MacLeay extends seminal work by Vernon Hood from 1965-2005. It is the compilation of Plainfield family records from 1640 to the present.

Founders of Plainfield: Donna Beaupre has compiled information about the lineage of the founders along with notes about the role each founder played in the early development of Plainfield.

Cyndi's List is a great place to start. It is and extensive list of genealogy web sites .

The New Hampshire State Library has vital records, town records, and other sources for family searches.

Access Geneology: New Hampsire provides access to vital records, military records , cemetery records, biographies and more for NH counties and localities.

Roots Web connects users with each other through massive data bases of shared family tree information.

Family Search is a well regarded genealogy website published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Related Sites

The Cornish, NH website provides government and community information.

The Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site is located in Cornish, NH, just south of the Plainfield border.

The Connecticut River Joint Commission maintains a list of properties in the Connecticut River Valley which are on the National Register of Historic Places. The Cornish Art Colony listing is pending in both Plainfield and Cornish.