The main reason to get the Rochester, N.H. vital records was to find the death record of Deborah's youngest daughter Deborah Wallace who married John Whipple at Moultonborough on 30 April 1815. She is living with her son John at Rochester in the 1860 census [11 July 1860, Family #544], aged 69, born in New Hampshire. She is not listed with them in the 1870 census. Either her death was unrecorded in the Rochester VRs, or she died between 1862 and 1870 when there is a gap. Her death does not appear in the state wide death records to 1900. I even double checked the Mass. state deaths and she isn't there either.
John and Deborah (Wallis) Whipple's 1830 census entry shows a boy under 5, two boys 10-15, and one man between 40 an 50; one girl under 5 and one female aged between 30 and 40. By the 1850 census the two children at home are John Whipple (Jr.) and Mary B. Whipple. So there are two sons that are unaccounted for. John (Sr.) dies between 1850 and 1860.
John Whipple (Jr.) is in the 1860, 1870, and 1880 censuses at Rochester, N.H. and died there on 8 August 1894, noted as born in Moultonborough, son of John Whipple and Deborah Wallace. [Rochester VRs, FHL #2367726 Item 4, deaths 1880-1900]. Mary B. Whipple seems to be the same as the woman who married John S. Blaisdell at Rochester on 5 December 1865 [same source, item #3, which only gives groom and bride without parents]. They seem more elusive in the following censuses in 1870 and 1880.
In any case, this is the last child for Deborah (---) Wallace that I can check. None of her other children have extant death records or death records that list her maiden name.
- Samuel Wallis, died 27 April 1823, Wheelock, VT, death date from a family Bible record.
- Elizabeth Wallis Drew died 26 June 1870 at Holderness, N.H.
- Meribah Wallis, died after 1850 (listed in the poor house at Moultonborough, aged 75)
- Nathaniel Wallis, died after 7 November 1848 when he deeds land, and the 1850 census at Ossipee, N.H.
- Joseph Wallis, died 11 June 1861 at Haverhill, Mass., lists parents as Nathaniel and Deborah Wallace
- John Wallis, died Sept. 1845, at Concord, N.H., death date from gravestone.
- Jacob Wallis, died after 1820 when he abandoned his family.
- Isaac Wallis, died 8 February 1872, New Durham, N.H. [Record of the Baptisms, Marriages and Funerals from the Note Books of Rev. David Leighton Edgerly 1818-1891 of New Durham, NH copied by Edwin L. Edgerly (typescript at NEHGS)].
- Deborah Wallis Whipple, died between 1860 and 1870 (more likely between 1862 and 1870), Rochester, N.H.
This doesn't mean the search is completely over. The next stop must be court records in Rockingham County, N.H. Other possibilities include: poor house records of Moultonborough (if extant) and church records, although burial records seldom list parents.