Epsom History.com

Research Links

Epsom History Website Chronology

About Us
The Epsom History.com web site (formerly Epsom Early Settlers) has been active since 1998, and is privately owned and maintained. The site is home to the Epsom Historical Association and its Library and Museum. Current design from February 21, 2013.

Site Use
The research page contains the majority of articles and information on the history of Epsom, and includes its own search box. The photo archives has its own search box, and the genealogy databse is searched seperately. Original scanned images of documents are also available. Our links page includes some great additional areas for research and other town of Epsom links.

Rand Family
The Rand family has been active with the Epsom Historical Association, with both Carleton and son Thomas having served as Presidents and held other offices. Starting in 1998 they started photographing all the cemetery stones in Epsom cemeteries and prepared the Cemetery book with updated inscriptions. Thomas started the website in 1998 and began collecting and transcribing census and town records, historical articles from the Association, and scanning its photo collection. More recently town reports and scans of original documents have been added in addition to collections loaned to the Association by town and other residents. In 1998 a genealogy database was started based on the earliest town settlers, as it continues to grow, it is now over 47,000 individuals.

This website is not an official function of the Town of Epsom, Merrimack County, or the State of New Hampshire. This electronic website is simply a repository of available historical information and data for those with a genealogical interest in its people, or in the history of Epsom, NH. Copying and use of this information or the images contained on these pages cannot be stopped, but please contact the Webmaster before using any of the material as a common courtesy.