New Hampshire Name Changes 1845

Laws of New-Hampshire, Passed June Session 1845
AN ACT to alter the name of certain persons. Section 1. 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 act they may be allowed to assume, viz:

Andrew J. Hogg of Nashua may take the name of Andrew J. Dana
Hannah Bailey of Bridgewater may take the name of Hannah Brown
Peter Robertson Washer of Manchester may take the name of Udolpho Converse Tarlton
William Otis Whitcomb of Marlborough may take the name of William Chalmers Whitcomb
John Hazelton of Chester may take the name of John Adams Hazelton
Catharine Elida Pennock of Keene may take the name of Emma Catharine Shelley
Edward Rowell Wenthworth of Lancaster may take the name of Edward Rowell
Alba John Sidney Smith Peebles of Orford may take the name of Alba John Peebles
Louisa Phelps William Emery 3d of Andover may take the name of William H. Emery
Emily E. Abbott of Boscawen may take the name of Emily A. Gerrish
Elvira Gibson of Rindge may take the name of Ellen Elvira Gibson
John Parson, Jr. of Gilmanton may take the name of John Carrol Parsons
Daniel Giles Leathers of Barrington make take the name of Daniel Giles
Elmira Leathers of Barrington may take the name of Elmira Giles
Sally Leathers of Barrington may take the name of Sally Giles
Charles Henry Leathers of Barrington may take the name of Charles Henry Giles
Olive Leathers of Barrington may take the name of Olive Giles
Samuel Leathers of Barrington may take the name of Samuel Giles
ElizaLeathers of Barrington may take the name of Eliza Giles
Mary Leathers of Barrington may take the name of Hannah Giles
Darius Blodgett Jr. of Lyman may take the name of Darius Flanders Blodgett

–Approved July 2, 1845
New-Hampshire Statesman and State Journal (Concord, New Hampshire), Friday, August 15, 1845; Issue 1264.

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