New Hampshire Name Changes 1834

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:

Thomas Jefferson Leathers of Somersworth may take the name of Thomas Jefferson Orange
Nathaniel Franklin Leathers of Somersworth may take the name of Nathaniel Franklin Langley
Susan Garland Leathers of Somersworth may take the name of Susan Garland Langley
Sarah Leathers of Somersworth may take the name of Sarah Langley
Mariah Leathers of Somersworth may take the name of Mariah Langley
Alexander Whitehouse Daniels of Barnstead may take the name of John Alexander Whitehouse Daniels
Israel Weston of Campton may take the name of Dudley Straw
Israel Straw of Campton may take the name of Israel Weston
Daniel Annis of Warner may take the name of Matthew D. Annis
William M. Hunt of Hawke, may take the name of Wm. W. Merrill
Lorenzo Dow Huntress of Hillsborough may take the name of Lorenzo Dow
Frederick Johnson Clark of Walpole may take the name of Frederick Clark Johnson
Gilman Goodwin of Newtown may take the name of Gilman W. Goodwin
Thomas J. Trefethen of Rye may take the name of Sebastian J. Trefethen
Peter Plunkett of Somersworth may take the name of Peter Hale
Charles Plunkett of Somersworth may take the name of Charles Hale
Amos G. Bean of Hawke may take the name of Amos G. Towle
William Ordway of Hopkinton may take the name of William Way
Betsey Ordway of Hopkinton may take the name of Betsey Way
Martha Lorana Ordway of Hopkinton may take the name of Martha Lorana Way
Mary Emily Chase of Hopkinton may take the name of Mary Greenleaf Chase
Richard Evans of Portsmouth may take the name of Richard Penhallow Evans
–Approved July 4 1834

Laws of New-Hampshire
New-Hampshire Statesman and State Journal (Concord, New Hampshire), Saturday, August 16, 1834

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