New Hampshire Name Changes 1830

LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
An Act to alter the names of certain persons. BE it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That the several persons herein named shall hereafter be called and known by the names which by this ct they are respectively allowed to assume, viz:

Nothaniel Fitaplace Howe, of Hollis, may take the name of Nathaniel Howe.
John Pond of Keene may take [the name[] of John Henry Pond
Abraham Morrill McQuillen of Brentwood may take the name of Edward Augustus Morrill
Sarah McQuillen of Brentwood may take the name of Sarah Thing
Louisa Towle of Kingston may take the name of Louisa Sanborn
Charles Larkin Childs of Portsmouth may take the name of Joshua Wentworth Larkin
William Penn Thompson of Portsmouth may take the name of William Penn
Jonathan Hogg of Londonderry may take the name of Jonathan Dana
James Coolidge Rouse of Sharon may take the name of Jame(s) Coolidge
Sarah Cheswell of New-Market, may take the name of Margaret Eastman
John Flanders of Warner may take the name of Jonathan Flanders
Frederick D. Alcock of Deering may take the name of Frederick D. Otis
and Samuel Phelps Jr. of Hebron may take the name of Lucius Wilson Phelps
Betsey Carter of Hillsborough may take the name of Betsey Wheeler
THeodore Newell, and Jason Carter of Hillsborough may take the name of Jason Hartwell Theodore Newell.
Hiel Calbath [Colbath] of Middleton may take the name of Hiel Perry Daney
Jonathan Warner of Portsmouth may take the name of Samuel Warner
Jonathan Taylor 3d of Sanbornton may take the name of Jonathan Hilton Taylor
–Approved July 3, 1830

From: Dover Gazette & Strafford Advertiser (Dover NH) Tues Aug 3, 1830,Issue 35

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