New Hampshire Name Changes in 1852

Laws of New-Hampshire, Passed June Session, 1852
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:

Daniel Orin Lock of Newton, may take the name of Daniel Orin Carter
Asa Dearborn Lock of Rye, may take the name of Daniel Dearborn Lock
William Cate of Portsmouth may take the name of William Henry Cate
Elphameo Musealeno Libby of Wentworth may take the name of Albert L. Clifford
Francis H. Langmaid of New Boston may take the name of Frank Flanders
Russel Copeland of Walpole may take the name of Charles Copeland
Hezekiah Blaisdell Colby of Sunapee may take the name of John M. Colby
Ellen O. Carpenter of Lempster may take the name of Orrisa Parrington
Jemima G. Gerry of Hillsborough, may take the name of Jane G. Gerry
Samuel Whidden 2d of Portsmouth, may take the name of Samuel Hall Whidden
William Fairbrother of Woodstock, may take the name of William Furber
Isabella S. Fairbrother may take the name of Isabella S. Furber
Betsey Riley of Manchester may take the name of Lizzie Jane Horn
Andrew Jackson Copp, of Brookfield, may take the name of Andrew Jackson Robinson
Joseph Chase of Unity, may take the name of Joseph Aquilla Chase
Mary K. Duren of Candia may take the name of Mary K. Moore
Daniel McClintock Duren may take the name of Daniel McClintock Moore
David Goodwin of South Hampton may take the name of David Dana Goodwin
Alexander GLovier of Lee, may take the name of Alexander D. Gree
Cordelia Hinds may take the name of Cordelia Dickerman Hinds
Spurzheim Gall of Dunbarton may take the name of Timothy Worthley Jun.
Ellen L. Graves of Alstead may take the name of Ellen Prouty
Nathaniel Critchet of Barrington may take the name of Nathaniel Preston
Wingate T. Critchet may take the name of Wingate T. Preston
Daniel Leathers of Madbury may take the name of Daniel Twombly
John Quincy Addams Maloon of Hopkinton may take the name of John Lincon Addams

–Approved June 19, 1852
New Hampshire Statesman (London, England), Saturday, July 10, 1852; Issue 1624. (3733 words)

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