New Hampshire Name Changes 1851

Laws of New Hampshire, Passed June Session 1851
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

Samuel Trickey of Portsmouth may take the name of Samuel Milton
Samuel Alcock of Deering may take the name of Samuel Appleton
Betsey Currier Alcock may take the name of Betsey Currier Appleton
Elizabeth C. Alcock may take the name of Elizabeth Currier Appleton
Ira S. Alcock may take the name of Ira Stillman Appleton
Henry S. Alcock may take the name of Henry Stuart Appleton
Mariah Alcock may take the name of Mariah Appleton
Chester A. Alcock may take the name of Chester Averhill Appleton
Josaphine E. Alcock may take the name of Josaphine E. Appleton
Josett E. Alcock may take the name of Josett E. Appleton
James M. Alcock may take the name of James Madison Appleton
Caroline Alcock may take the name of Caroline Appleton
George Alfred Alcock may take the name of George Alfred Appleton
Frank D. Alcock may take the name of Frank Delos Appleton
Charles Alcock may take the name of Charles Appleton
Nancy J. Alcock may take the name of Nancy Jane Appleton
Cyrus Harvey Alcock may take the name of Cyrus Harvey Hubbard
Joseph Brown Jr of Rye may take the name of Joseph Ward Brown
Richard Goss Pickering of Rye may take the name of Richard Pickering Goss
John Fadden of Hopkinton may take the name of John Williams
Ezekiel G. Bean and Sophrone E. Bean of Candia may take the names of Ezekiel Gilman and Sophrone E. Gilman
Abby Louisa Lowe of Walpole may take the name of Abby Louisa Wyman
Sybel Maria Moors of Hancock may take the name of Lorilla Maria Moors
John Gould 2d of Greenfield may take the name of John Harvey Gould
Ephraim Wesley Flanders of Sandown may take the name of Wesley Flanders
George Newman of Gilsum may take the name of George Washington Newman
William Orn of Concord may take the name of William Dodge Orn
Ezekiel Lawrence Gilman of Epping may take the name of Lawrence Chase Gilman
Frederick Crowingshield Bailey of Mont Vernon may take the name of William Woods Bailey
Olive B. Pike of Unity may take the name of Olive B. Wright
George Smith Jr. of Washington may take the name of George Harrison Clark
Mack Plummer of Gilmanton may take the name of Napoleon Bonapart Plummer
Amos Nash of Gilsum may take the name of Amos Wilbur
Amherst Parker of Bedford may take the name of James Amherst Parker
Commodore P. Lamson of COnway may take the name of Edward P. Lamson
William E. Bryant of Dublin may take the name of William E. Farnum
Alonzo Philbrook of Gilmanton may take the name of Elonzo B. Philbrook
Reuben Dudley Cram and Roxilla J. Cram of Sanbornton may take the names of Reuben Dudley and Roxilla J. Dudley
Amos Latons of Londonderry may take the name of Amos Benjamin Alley
Daniel Hogg of Londonderry may take the name of Daniel Dana
Flora Kendall of Walpole may take the name of Mary Florilla Hutchins
Francis Mowe of Rye may take the name of Francis Irving Fillmore
John Brewster of Claremont may take the name of John Hazen Brewster
Gardner Towne Nash of Gilsum may take the name of Gardner Nash Towne
Arthur Bill of Milford may take the name of Arthur Tappan Crosby
Caroline Maria Eaton of Concord may take the name of Caroline Maria Chase

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect from its passage.
–Approved July 4, 1851
New Hampshire Statesman (London, England), Saturday, July 26, 1851; Issue 1574.

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