I know of no place on the net to get it, that is, to obtain the information therein for free. You can buy it from Genealogical Publishing (www.genealogybookshop.com). You can try interlibrary loan. Some of the material may be at www. ancestry.com, but of courses, they charge for membership too.
It is an indispensable source. It is the genealogy of all families you lived in NH and ME prior to 1700 (i.e. a person had to be born before 1700 to be included as a head of a family but in many instances the information includes children and grandchildren taking you well into the mid 1700s). It is gleaned solely from primary sources materials--vital records, deeds, probate, court cases, etc.
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