New Hampshire Name Changes 1826

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 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.

Robert Howe Alcock of Claremont may take the name of Robert How Otis
Susan Hogg of Merrimack may take the name of Euncline Bartlett
Cyrus Bradford Alcock of Claremont may take the name of Cyrus Bradford Otis
Luke Alcock of Deering may take the name of Luke Otis
Timothy Bradford Alcock of Dunstable may take the name of Timothy Bradford Otis
Mary-Ann Stevens of Bradford may take the name of Mary-Ann Miller
Moses Glover of Wolfeborough may take the name of Moses Wyman
John Fasset, third, of Fitzwilliam may take the name of John Williams Fawsett
John Woodcock of Hillsborough may take the name of John Burtrum
Dorothy Woodcock wife of the aforesaid John Woodcock may take the name of Dorothy Burtrum
Dorothy Woodcock of Hillsborough may take the name of Dorothy Burtrum
Sarah Woodcock of Hillsborough may take the name or Sarah Burtrum
Rebecca Woodcock of Hillsborough may take the name of Rebecca Burtrum
Eliza Woodcock of Hillsborough may take the name of Eliza Burtrum
Celista Woodcock of Hillsborough may take the name of Celista Burtrum
Belinda Woodcock of Hillsborough may take the name of Belinda Burtrum
Asahel Adams of Moultonborough may take the name of Asahel Lamson Adams
and the same shall be considered their proper and legal names.
Approved–July 6, 1826

New-Hampshire Statesman and Concord Register (Concord, New Hampshire), Saturday, August 19, 1826

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