New Hampshire Name Changes 1840

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:

John Guillow, Jr. of Gilsum, may take the name of John C. Guillow
Ezra Currier, @d, of East Kingston, may take the name of Ezra Fisk Currier
Robert Hogg, of New-Boston, may take the name of Robert Bentley
Joanna Hogg, of New-Boston, may take the name of Joanna Bentley
Abigail L. Hogg of New Boston, may take the name of Abigail L. Bentley
William Hogg, of New-Boston, may take the name of William Bentley
Abner Hogg, 2d, of New-Boston, may take the name of Abner Bentley
Lucy Ann Hogg, of New-Boston, may take the name of Lucy Ann Bentley
Calvin Foster, of Washington, may take the name of Calvin Danforth
Jonathan Sanborn, of Gilmanton, may take the name of Jonathan Tilton Sanborn
Jeremiah Sanborn 2d, of Gilmanton, may take the name of Jeremiah Page Sanborn
Luther Hemenway, Jr., may take the name of Luther Singleton Hemenway
Harrison Gale of Newtown, may take the name of Jacob Harrison Gale
William Babcock, of Grantham, may take the name of William West
Daniel Winchester Jr., of Gilsum, may take the name of Daniel Velasco Winchester
William Collyer Mugford, of Windsor, may take the name of William Collyer Ford
Jane E. Melvin, of Dunbarton, may take the name of Jane E. Wright
Nathaniel Willand, of Sandwich, may take the name of Nathaniel Willard
Fabius II Willand may take the name of Fabius H. Willard
Elizabeth D. Willand may take the name of Elizabeth D. Willard
Nathaniel II Willand may take the name of Nathaniel H. Willard
George Shackford, of Eaton, may take the name of George Allord
Reuben W. Gould, of Concord, may take the name of William W. Gould
John Currier 2d., of South Hampton, may take the name of John Hoyt Currier
Harrison Fitts, of South Hampton, may take the name of Andrew Jackson Fitts
Jacob Tilton, of Epping, may take the name of Jacob H. Tilton
John Tompson, of Nashua, may take the name of John Adam Tompson
–Approved June 20, 1840
New-Hampshire Statesman and State Journal (Concord, New Hampshire) July 11, 1840