Children's Homes and Institutions in New Hampshire, USA

(With date of foundation date, operator, number of male/female places, age for admission, and types of children received where known.)

  • Rolfe and Rumford Asylum, 15 Hall Street, Concord
    (1880; Private corporation; Orphan and homeless girls; 20F)
  • Orphans' Home, Concord
    (1866; Protestant Episcopal Church; Orphan, indigent, and neglected children; 24M/18F)
  • St Mary's Orphanage, 38 Court Street, Dover
    (1888; Sisters of Mercy; Orphan and destitute children; 26M+F)
  • Dover Children's Home, Locust Street, Dover
    (1892; Private corporation; Destitute children and boarders; 23M/14F)
  • New Hampshire Orphans' Home, Webster Place, Franklin
    (1871; Private corporation; Orphan and dependent children; 110M/51F)
  • Manchester Children's Home, 135 Webster Street, Manchester
    (1884; Private corporation; Indigent and neglected Protestant orphan children; 20M/25F)
  • St Patrick's Orphanage, 184 Hanover Street, Manchester
    (1873; Sisters of Mercy; Orphan, destitute, and abandoned girls; 73F)
  • Asylum of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 222 Hanover Street, Manchester
    (1902; Sisters of Mercy; Orphan children; 16M/16F)
  • HospiceSt Vincent de Paul, 253 Lake Avenue, Manchester
    (1892; Sisters of Charity of Providence; Orphan children; 50M/50F)
  • St Peter's Orphanage, 55 Kelley Street, Manchester
    (1902; Sisters of Charity; Orphan, destitute, and abandoned boys; 126M)
  • Mercy Home, 86 Mammoth Road, Manchester
    (1890; Woman's Christian Temperance Union; Unprotected friendless girls under 14; 21F)
  • St Joseph's Boys' Home, Hanover Street, Manchester
    (1886; Sisters of Mercy; Orphan, destitute, and abandoned boys; 78M)
  • Notre Dame Orphanage, Notre Dame Avenue, Manchester
    (1885; Sisters of Charity; Orphan girls; 134F)
  • Protestant Orphanage, 16 Burritt Street, Nashua
    (1902; Private corporation; Orphan and neglected children from 2½ to 12; 15M/10F)
  • St Joseph's Orphanage, 293 Main Street, Nashua
    (1891; Grey Nuns; Orphan and abandoned children; 88M/87F)
  • King's Daughters' Day Nursery and Children's Home, 76 Kinsley Street, Nashua
    (1894; King's Daughters' Benevolent Association; Orphan and destitute children; 7M/8F)
  • Chase Home for Children, 358 Court Street, Portsmouth
    (1877; Private corporation; Orphan and homeless children; 8M/7F)