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What does C.N.B.L. on New Hampshire death certificate mean?

FamilySearch have a really useful page of Acronyms and Abbreviations on their Wiki. In this case, for CNBL it has: Cannot Be Located
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Why would relatives in Massachusetts cross New Hampshire border to be married?

In the comments on the post Have you searched and searched for the marriage without finding it? by Arlene on Arlene Eakle's Genealogy Blog, a comment posted on February 14, 2012 at 6:05 pm by ...
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Was Daniel Rich (Jr.?) the grandson of Jacob Rich? Or, the confusing case of Daniel Rich (Sr.?) and Nancy Marshall

I know that one of the cardinal rules of genealogical research is that you don't start from some person you want to be related to and work your way forward trying to prove yourself right. Not at ...
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Identifying parents of Orrin Badger who was born 1802 in New Hampshire, USA?

Here are some steps you can take to review what you already have and plan for future research. Create a research log and keep a research journal. At first your log will be a 'records wish list' of ...
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New Hampshire Poor Farm Records

Rather than answer your question directly, this answer will outline a research process for finding the records, using Nashua as an example, so anyone with other towns in New Hampshire can use it as a ...
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