New Hampshire Name Changes 1828

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:

John Hogg of Deering may take the name of John Woodbury
Folensbee Hogg of Deering may take the name of Folensbee Woodbury
Susannah Hogg wife of the said Folensbee Hogg may take the name of Susannah Woodbury
Levi Austin Hogg of Deering may take the name of Levi Austin Woodbury
Samuel Worthen of Bristol may take the name of Samuel Rush Worthen
John L. Graves of Ossipee may take the name of John L. Stimpson
Nathaniel Horne of Wolfeborough may take the name of Augustine Woodbridge Orne
Silas Moor Garland of Windham may take the name of Silas Moor
Hannah Garland, wife of Silas Moor Garland may take the name of Hannah Moor
Jeremiah Garland of Windham may take the name of Jeremiah Moor
Martha Garland of Windham may take the name of Martha Moor
John Abbot, Jr. of Portsmouth may take the name of John William Abbott
William Emerson Rockwood 2d of Wilton may take the name of William Emerson
John Lane 3d of Sandbornton [sic] may take the name of John S. Lane
Josiah Philbrook 3d of Sanbornton may take the name of Josiah C. Philbrook
James Squires Purington of Dover may take the name of James Purington Squires
Olive Batchelder of Exeter may take the name of Olive Blake
Eliza A. Leathers of Farmington may take the name of Eliza A. Rand
Albert W. Horne of Wolfeborough may take the name of Albert W. Orne
And the several persons herein named shall hereafter be called and known by the names which by this act thye are respectfully allowed to assume as aforesaid, and the name shall be Considered as their only proper and legal names
–Approved June 18, 1828

New-Hampshire Statesman and Concord Register (Concord, New Hampshire), Saturday, July 12, 1828

 

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