New Hampshire Name Changes 1849

Laws of New-Hampshire, Passed November Session 1848-1849
AN ACT to alter the names of certain persons. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, THAT

Sarah Beede of Meredith may take the name of Sarah Hines
Oliver Warren Wilson of Keene may take the name of Warren Oliver Wilson
George Henry Pike Davis of Middleton may take the name of George Henry Pike Davis
Elvira Greenlief of Hopkinton may take the name of Elvira G. Loveren
George Powell of Hanover may take the name of George Hill
William Tucker of Hill may take the name of William Marshall Tucker
Ezra B. Leathers of wentworth may take the name of Ezra B. Currier Jr.
Lemuel K. Leathers of Wentworth may take the name of Lemuel K. Currier
William Rines Jr of Loudon may take the name of William S. Berry
Mary Jane Rines of Loudon may take the name of Mary Jane Berry
Frances Ann Shermon of Nashville [Nashua] may take the name of Ann Frances Upton
Samuel W. Thompson of Sandbornton may take the name of Warren Thompson
Thomas Newton Jones of Loudon may take the name of Ernest Eustace Newton
Abigail S. Page of Gilmanton may take the name of Abigail S. Tilton
Stephen Whitcomb of Bristol may take the name of Stephen Henry Morse
John Chase 3d of Meredith may take the name of John Washington Chase
Josiah C. Clark of Somersworth may take the name of Josiah Clinton Ricker
Joseph S. Gammon of Dunbarton may take the name of Joseph S. Roberts
John Corliss of Dunbarton may take the name of John C. Perley
Susan G. Langley of Somersworth may take the name of Susan G. Berry

–Approved Jan 4, 1849
New Hampshire Statesman (London, England), Friday, January 26, 1849; Issue 1444.

 

Laws of New-Hampshire, Passed August Session 1849
AN ACT to alter the names of certain persons. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, THAT

Enoch Greenleaf Parrot of Portsmouth may take the name of Greenleaf Parrot
Silas B. Hayes of Westmoreland may take the name of Silas B. Howe
Gilman L. Doe of New Boston may take the name of Gilman L. Lang
Peter Blood of Hollis may take the name of Orville T. Blood
David W. Sanborn of Wentworth may take the name of David W. Kimball
John D. Boyce of Richmond may take the name of John Boyce
Elna Buswell of Lancaster may take the name of Charles E. Buswell
James Thing 2d of Brentwood may take the name of James Dudley Thing
Silas Ames of Wendell may take the name of Silas A. Remington
Mary Ann Haven of Winchester may take the name of Mary Ann Wilson
Isabella Haven of Winchester may take the name of Isabella Wilson
John Parker Haven of Winchester may take the name of John Parker Wilson
Susannah Tupper of Lyndeborough may take the name of Ann Susan Woodward
Winthrop Folsom Dow of Epping may take the name of Folsom Dow
Benjamin K. Carlton of Sutton may take the name of Benjamin Kittredge Hoyt
Haven G. Evans of Gilmanton may take the name of Lyford C. Hill
Eliza Evans of Gilmanton may take the name of Eliza Hill
Carlista Evans of Gilmanton may take the name of Carlista Hill
William Hall of Portsmouth may take the name of William Rand Hall
Moses H. Abbot of Somersworth may take the name of John H. Brown
Nancy Pulsifer of Wolfborough may take the name of Nancy Frost
Charles Leavlet of Hampton Falls may take the name of Charles Leavlet Hardy
Charles West of Concord may take the name of Charles Kent West
Herman Buttrick of Hampstead may take the name of Charles F. Norris
Jedediah Kimball of Hooksett may take the name of Jededith Taylor Kimball
–Approved July 7, 1849
New Hampshire Statesman (London, England), Friday, August 17, 1849; Issue 1473.

Comments are closed.