List of counties in New Hampshire
The FIPS county code is the five-digit Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) code which uniquely identifies counties and county equivalents in the United States. The three-digit number is unique to each individual county within a state. The code for New Hampshire is 33. The links in the column "FIPS County Code" are to the Census Bureau Info page for that county.
|Meaning of name
|Belknap County||001||Laconia||1840||Parts of Merrimack County and Strafford County.||Jeremy Belknap (1744–1798), early New Hampshire historian.||63,705||401 sq mi
|Carroll County||003||Ossipee||1840||Part of Strafford County.||Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737–1832), the last surviving signatory of the United States Declaration of Independence.||50,107||934 sq mi
|Cheshire County||005||Keene||1769||One of five original counties.||English county of Cheshire.||76,458||708 sq mi
|Coös County||007||Lancaster||1803||Part of Grafton County.||An Algonquian word meaning "small pines".||31,268||1,801 sq mi
|Grafton County||009||North Haverhill||1769||One of five original counties.||Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 3rd Duke of Grafton (1735–1811), a Prime Minister of Great Britain (1768–1770).||91,118||1,714 sq mi
|1769||One of five original counties.||Wills Hill, 1st Marquess of Downshire (1718–1793), known in America as the Earl of Hillsborough, who served as the first Secretary of State for the Colonies.||422,937||876 sq mi
|Merrimack County||013||Concord||1823||Parts of Hillsborough County and Rockingham County.||The Merrimack River.||153,808||934 sq mi
|Rockingham County||015||Brentwood||1769||One of five original counties.||Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham (1730–1782), a two-time Prime Minister of Great Britain (1765–1766, 1782).||314,176||695 sq mi
|Strafford County||017||Dover||1769||One of five original counties.||William Wentworth, 2nd Earl of Strafford (1626–1695), an English noble who owned colonial lands.||130,889||369 sq mi
|Sullivan County||019||Newport||1827||Part of Cheshire County.||John Sullivan (1740–1795), the third and fifth governor of New Hampshire (1786–1788, 1789–1790).||43,063||537 sq mi
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