New Hampshire Banks: List of Banks Headquartered in New Hampshire

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Note: There might be other banks in New Hampshire, this page contains only banks which their headquarters or main offices are based in New Hampshire.

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Bank (Login Tutorial) Phone Number Routing Number Year Founded
Bank of New England 603-894-5700 011401850 1983
Bank of New Hampshire 1-800-832-0912 211770271 1831
Claremont Savings Bank 603-542-7711 211770190 1907
Franklin Savings Bank 603-934-4445 211770174 1869
Granite Bank 603-237-5551/1-888-225-1782 011701314 1889
Granite State Credit Union 800-645-4728 211489494) 1945
Lake Sunapee Bank 1-800-281-5772 211770200 1868
Mascoma Savings Bank 888-627-2662 211770213 1899
Meredith Village Savings Bank 800-922-6872 211772936 1869
Merrimack County Savings Bank 1-888-224-6272 211470225 1867
Northway Bank 800-442-6666 011700425 2005
Profile Bank 1-877-890-0001 211470238 1907
Savings Bank of Walpole 603-352-1822 211770093 1875
Service Credit Union 1.800.936.7730 211489656 1957
Sugar River Bank 1-800-863-3004 211770145 1895
Triangle Credit Union 603-889-2470 211489601 1939
Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank 603-747-2735 211770132 1889

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About New Hampshire...

History buffs know New Hampshire as the home of the first Civil War’s death of a soldier. It was also here that the first declaration of independence from England could be heard.

New Hampshire is also the location of the only formal hosting to take place at any state at the conclusion of a foreign war.

Getting into space has always held a fascination for many and those from New Hampshire tend to agree as it was from here that the first person resided that was selected to travel in space.

This is also the home place of the beloved teacher that sadly perished in the challenger explosion.

Information about New Hampshire

State Abbreviation NH
Statehood June 21, 1788
State Capital Concord
Number of Counties 10
State Population 1,330,608
State Population Density 148.4 (People / Square mile)
State Motto Live Free or Die
State Flower Purple lilac
State Tree White birch
State Bird Purple Finch
State Nickname Granite State
State Area Codes 603

Quick Facts

  • The well-known nursery rhythm, Mary Had a Little Lamb, was written by a New Hampshire native in New Hampshire.
  • The very first potato was planted in the New Hampshire soil.
  • New Hampshire is known for having the United States’ first legal lottery.
  • The first free public library began in none other than New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Flag State Flag
New Hampshire Map State Map


This page is constantly updating and currently has information about 17 Banks.