New Hampshire Name Changes 1827

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 passge 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:

Charles Augustus Woods of Sullivan may take the name of Enoch Charles Augustus Woods
Ebenezer W. Cutler of Fitzwilliam may take the name of Benson White
Rufus King Copp of New-Durham may take the name of Rufus Horne King
John Edward Holyoke Hopkins of Portsmouth may take the name of John Edward Hopkins Holyoke
Mary Barnes Holyoke Hopkins may take the name of Mary Barnes Hopkins Holyoke
Nathaniel Folsom of Portsmouth may take the name of Nathaniel Rindge Folsom
Mark Kenison of Tuftonborough may take the name of Mark Roberts
Adam Kenison of Tuftonborough may take the name of Adam Roberts
William Neal Kenison of Tuftonborough may take the name of William Neal Roberts
Joseph Alcock of Hillsborough may take the name of Joseph Phipps
Lucy Alcock, wife of the aforesaid Joseph Alcock, may take the name of Lucy Phipps
Elbridge Gerry Alcock of Hillsborough may take the name of Elbridge Gerry Phipps
Joseph Alcock, Junior of Hillsborough may take the name of Joseph Phipps
and the name shall be considered as their only proper and legal names
Approved July 5, 1827

New-Hampshire Statesman and Concord Register (Concord, New Hampshire), Saturday, August 18, 1827

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