New Hampshire Name Changes 1842

Laws of New Hampshire, Passed December Session 1842
AN ACT to alter the names of certain persons. Secion I. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That

Haskell Buffum Jr of Westmoreland make take the name of Haskell Wood Bugum
Moses Chamberlain of Concord may take the name of Mellen Chamberlain
Sewall Lawrence Fish of Haverhill may take the name of Sewall Lawrence Freemont
Isaac Thorp of Weare may take the name of Isaac Henry Thorp
Leonard Worcester Richardson of Dalton may take the name of Leonard Worcester
Henry J.D. Quint of Newington may take the name of Henry Josiah Downing
Jefferson J. Veasey of Kensington may take the name of Reed Germon
Nathaniel Prince Jr. of Swanzey may take the name of Nathaniel Whitaker Prince
Rachel Avery of Rumney may take the name of Mary Jane French
–Approved December 20, 1842
New-Hampshire Statesman and State Journal (Concord, New Hampshire), Friday, January 27, 1843; Issue 39.

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