At the North Conway Library, genealogy and local historical information can be found on the second floor. Please ask the librarian for assistance.
The following is availalble at the North Conway Library:
This genealogy database provides access to more than 1 billion names, more than 3,000 databases, and the federal census 1790-1940. For in-house use only; please come to the library in person to get access information. Feel free to bring your personal laptop for use.
We will be happy to search for a specific obituary for you if you can provide month and year of death. Please bear in mind that early obituaries were not always published in the local papers.
We have copies of the Reporter from 1898 through 1992
We have copies of the Conway Daily Sun from 1998 until today
We subscribe to the online obituaries published in the Conway Daily Sun
Please note that there are unfortunately some small gaps in the sequence of the archived materials.
Archive of Local Newspapers (out-of-print) at the Library:
This information is currently being updated.
Town Reports and Vital Statistics:
We have Town Reports and Records for the Town of Conway.
Town Reports contain vital statistics which are births, deaths, and marriages.
Conway, NH Vital Statistics since 1880 (link courtesy of the Conway Public Library)
(Links courtesy of the Conway Public Library)
Cemetery Records for Conway, Eaton, and Albany
Cemetery List of all 48 cemeteries in Conway, NH
Additional genealogy information can be found on the Internet:
Links to Area Genealogy:
General Genealogy Links:
With over 25,000 books, the entire U.S. Federal Census, PERSI™, and other expanding collections, HeritageQuest Online provides access to one of the largest collections of genealogy material in the country. This collection of research materials helps in tracing family history and studying American culture. Access information and a password needed- please contact the Library for that.
Order Birth, Marriage, and Death Certificates online (Payable Service from Ancestry.com)