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Rockingham County, NH

Cathy Ann Stacey, Register
Becky Burns, Deputy Register

Mailing Address                                    Physical Address

                    P.O. Box 896                                  (UPS, FED EX & Directions)
                                                                                               Kingston, NH 03848                                          10 Route 125                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                        Brentwood, NH 03833                                        

Tel. (603)642-5526| Fax (603)642-5930
Office hours – Monday through Friday8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Recording Line Closes at 3:30 pm

Welcome to Rockingham County
**July 6, 2021 Notice**

The Registry of Deeds will be open for recording, copy purchases and limited research beginning July 6, 2021. We encourage unvaccinated individuals to wear Masks and social distancing be observed. We wish to remind you that 100% of the Registry Records are available on this website for viewing and purchasing and we highly ENCOURAGE the public to utilize the website.

No pre-approvals will be performed. You must be recording ready with correct checks.

You can help the recording process by ensuring payment for recording fees, transfer tax and LCHIP are correct and are paid with three separate checks. We can also accept blank checks to be filled out if you wish. Please ensure that return information is included in the documents. We will provide receipts if you include a self-addressed stamped envelope or when your document is mailed back to you. Rejected documents will be returned via mail.

In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19 between registry staff and the public, we STRONGLY ENCOURAGE you to continue using the following established practices:

        • E-file documents electronically
         • Mail documents through FedEx, UPS or USPS
         • Access Registry records using our website at NHDEEDS.ORG

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work together to keep everyone safe. Continue to check the website for status updates. Please call the Registry if you need a copy or information on how to access our records from home, or for further information.

Cathy Stacey, Register
Rockingham County Register of Deeds



!!!Property Fraud Alert!!!

LCHIP Recording Surcharge Information, Effective July 1 , 2008

The Registry of Deeds is the office that processes information as it relates to the selling and buying of real property. It is a public office open to the legal profession and general public for researching the records. In addition to deeds, mortgages, liens and attachments, there are many other types of documents pertaining to land records filed with the Registry, for example, covenants for developments, by-laws for condominium associations, etc. Plans of surveyed/subdivided property are also found in the records.

The office provides information to 37 communities in Rockingham County, regarding the sale of properties for tax purposes. There is much information available in the early volumes and anyone interested in genealogy will probably find it useful to research the records. The official records maintained at this location are dated from 1629 to present.

A visit to the Registry of Deeds during regular hours enables the researcher access to all records. Records dated 1629 to present are computerized. The computers enable the user to locate both index and image at the touch of a button. You may also order copies of any documents of interest at our copy department.

A plan index is available to research surveys, subdivisions and other plans of record. All recorded plans are available for viewing on the computers. Depending on the date, some of the older plans can only be viewed on microfilm aperture cards and require the use of an aperture card viewer. Copies of plans are available through the copy department.

RSA 456-B (effective February 6, 2022)

New Hampshire laws have changed as of February 6, 2022.
Please refer to the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s website, including any linked pages and FAQs, for complete information.