New Hampshire Name Changes 1831

LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
AN ACT to alter the names of certain persons therein mentioned
BE it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in the General Court convened, That from and after the passage of this act, the several persons herein named shall be called and known by the names which by this act they are respectively allowed to assume, viz:

Harvey Proctor of Franklin may take the name of James Harvey Proctor
William Keniston of Epsom may take the name of William Johnson
Jemima H. Keniston of Epsom may take the name of Jemima Johnson
Samuel W. Keniston of Epsom may take the name of Samuel W. Johnson
Elizabeth Ann Keniston of Epsom may take the name of Elizabeth Ann Johnson
Joseph H. Keniston of Epsom may take the name of Joseph H. Johnson
John S. Keniston of Epsom may take the name of John S. Johnson
Robert Trickey of Allenstown may take the name of Robert Appleton
John Trickey of Allenstown may take the name of John Appleton
Thomas Trickey of Allenstown may take the name of Thomas Appleton
Sally Trickey of Allenstown may take the name of Sally Appleton
Rolinda Trickey of Allenstown may take the name of Rolinda Appleton
Jane Trickey of Allenstown may take the name of Jane Appleton
Catherine Trickey of Allenstown may take the name of Catherine Appleton
Harriet Trickey of Allenstown may take the name of Harriet Appleton
Robert Trickey Junior of Allenstown may take the name of Robert Appleton
Samuel Trickey of Pembroke may take the name of Samuel Appleton
Mary Trickey of Hooksett may take the name of Mary Appleton
Edwin Trickey of Chichester may take the name of Edwin Appleton
John Gilman Converse of Marlborough may take the name of Gillman Converse
Joseph Leathers Jr. of Nottingham may take the name of Joseph Banks
Polly Leathers of Nottingham make take the name of Polly Banks
Henry Leathers of Nottingham may take the name of Henry Banks
Mary Jane Leathers of Nottingham may take the name of Mary Jane Banks
Hannah Leathers of Nottingham may take the name of Hannah Banks
Judith Leathers of Nottingham may take the name of Judith Banks
Caroline Leathers of Nottingham may take the name of Caroline Banks
Elizabeth Leathers of Nottingham may take the name of Elizabeth Banks
Peter Stillings 2d of Jefferson may take the name of Anson Stillings
Franklin Hill of Portsmouth may take the name of Frederick Augustus Franklin
Jonathan Brown 2d of Tuftonborough may take the name of Orange J. Brown
John Stevens of Alton may take the name of John H. Stevens
James Smith 3d of Holderness may take the name of James Shepherd
Peter Woodbury Fairbanks of Antrim make take the name of Woodbury Fairbank
Mary Pinder of Newmarket may take the name of Mary Fowler
Aaron Chaplain French of Gilmanton may take the name of Augustus Chaplain French
Enoch Hogg of Londonderry may take the name of Enoch Dana
James Madison Farrar of Meredith may take the name of James Madison Marston
Jacob Rolf of Hillsborough may take the name of Stephen Jacob Rolf
Nathan Adams may take the name of Nathaniel G. Adams
Approved, July 2, 1831

Laws of N. H.
Dover Gazette & Strafford Advertiser (Dover, New Hampshire), [Tuesday], [August 02, 1831]

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