New Hampshire Name Changes 1854

Laws of New-Hampshire, Passed July Session 1854
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:

Patrick Owens Leonard of Whitefield may take the name of George Owens Leonard
Alonzo Stone of Keene may take the name of Alonzo Francis Fay
Aurelia Phinette White of Errol, may take the name of Aurelia Phinette Staples
Paschal Morgan of Lancaster may take the name of Paschal Morgan Hovey
Henry Horvy Hicks of New Ipswich may take the name of Henry Franklin Carr
Elnaran Hicks of New Ipswich may take the name of Abby Ann Carr
Clementine Harris of Franklin may take the name of Clemetine Harris Thompson
James Madison Pillsbury of Bradford may take the name of James Madison Farrington
Chauncy Brown of Northwood may take the name fo Chauncy Knowlton
Addebiola Smith of Hollis may take the name of Addebiola Fletcher
John Parker of Randolph may take the name of John Henry Parker
Samuel Chapman of Tamworth may take the name of Samuel Chase
James M. Smith of Francestown may take the name of James Franklin Clark
Henry D. Hilton of Landaff may take the name of Henry H. Noyes
Joseph Leathers of Durham may take the name of Joseph Palmer
Mary A. Leathers of Durham may take the name of Mary A. Palmer
Rebecca Leathers may take the name of Rebecca Palmer
Asa D. Leathers may take the name of Asa D. Palmer
Mehitable J. Leathers may take the name of Mehitable J. Palmer
Joseph Leathers Jr of Durham may take the name of Joseph Palmer Jr.
George Leathers of Durham may take the name of George Palmer
Ezekiel F. Leathers may take the name of Ezekiel Palmer
Lydia M. Leathers of Durham, may take the name of Lydia M. Palmer
Mehitable Jane Leathers, of Durham, may take the name of Mehitable Jane Palmer
Mary Ann Andrews of Westmoreland may take the name of Mary Ann Gordon
Sarah Jane Wasson of Sandown may take the name of Sarah Jane French
Betsey Whittaker of Sunapee may take the name of Betsey Hadley
John P. Huntress of Centre Harbor may take the name of John P. Clifton
Lydia Ann Huntress of Centre Harbor may take the name of Velona Annetto Clifton
George Washington Huntress, of Centre Harbor may take the name of George Washington Clifton
John Henry Huntress of Centre Harbor may take the name of Henry Clifton
Jonathan Augustus Ferrin, of Alexandria may take the name of Augustus Jonathan Ferrin
Abram Towns of New Boston may take the name of Abram Richards
John Wilson, of Wilton, may take the name of John Derby Wilson
George Fox Wheeler of Milan, may take the name of George Wheeler
John Manson Brown of Cambridge, may take the name of George Manson Black
Charles O. Murphy, of Pittsfield, may take the name of Charles O. Ring
Jacob H. Bennett of Hill, may take the name of Jacob S. Heath
Julia A. Brown of Franklin, may take the name of Julia A. Taylor
Olive F. Brown of Franklin, may take the name of Olive F. Taylor
Jonathan Bickford Nichols, of Meredith, may take the name of JohN Brooks Nichols
G.H. Hammett, of Portsmouth, may take the name of G.H. Wells
F.H. Hammett, of Portsmouth, may take the name of F.H. Wells
Daniel M. Kimball of Hillsborough may take the name of Daniel M. Brooks
John Edwin Lufkin, of Nashua, may take the name of John Edwin Johnson
George W. Hardy of Henniker, may take the name of George W. Colby
Andrew J. Hardy of Henniker, may take the name of Andrew J. Colby.
— Approved July 15, 1854
New Hampshire Statesman (London, England), Saturday, August 05, 1854; Issue 1732.

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