New Hampshire Name Changes in 1843

Laws of New-Hampshire, Passed June Session 1843
AN ACT to alter the names of certain persons. 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 are respectively allowed to assume, viz:

William Brown, junior of Chester may take the name of William Whittier Brown
Dudley Bailey, junior of Newbury may take the name of Lawrence Dudley Bailey
Modiline Peavy Howard of Farmington may take the name of Mary Peavey Hale
Jeremiah Jewett Peavey of Strafford may take the name of Jewett Peavey
Chandler Russell of Mason may take the name of Chandler Shed
Charles Cutter 2d of Jaffrey may take the name of Charles Amaracus Cutter
James Monroe Whitehouse of Epping may take the name of Monroe White
Abigail Whitehouse of Epping may take the name of Abigail White
John Savage of Epping may take the name of John L. Porter
Elizabeth Whitehouse of Epping may take the name of Elizabeth White
Mary Whitehouse of Epping may take the name of Mary White
Emeline H. Whitehouse of Epping may take the name of Emeline H. White
Joseph Wallace of Rumney may take the name of Alvin H. Kirby
John Tarlton 2d of Newcastle may take the name of John Adams Tarlton
Horatio Gates Tucker of Plaistow may take the name of Gates Tucker Embury
Lydia Jewell of South Hampton may take the name of Lydia Flanders
John Thyng of Brentwood may take the name of John Hearthbury Thyng
Jane McDavitt of Nashville may take the name of Jane M. Parker
George Pike Atwood of Newport may take the name of George Pike
Ralph Smith 2d of Westmoreland may take the name of Ralph H. Smith
Nathaniel Prime, junior of Swanzey may take the name of Nathaniel Whitaker Prime
Samuel Rollins, 3d, of Barnstead may take the name of Samuel George Rollins
Lucy Derby Brooks of Antrim may take the name of Lucy Derby Gilson
Georgianna Brooks of Antrim may take the name of Georgianna Elizabeth Gilson

–Approved June 30, 1843
New-Hampshire Statesman and State Journal (Concord, New Hampshire), Friday, July 28, 1843; Issue 13

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