New Hampshire 1797 State Senate, District 12

State Senate (State)
State Senator
New Hampshire 1797 State Senate, District 12
New Hampshire
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Moses Baker, Thomas Crawford, Daniel Blaisdell, Russell Freeman
Candidates: Moses BakerThomas CrawfordDaniel BlaisdellRussell Freeman
Final Result: [1]449245--
District of Twelve449245--
Grafton County449245--
Town of Adams----
Town of Alexandria----
Town of Bartlett----
Town of Bath----
Town of Bethlehem----
Town of Bridgewater----
Town of Campton----
Town of Canaan--43-
Town of Chatham----
Town of Concord----
Town of Conway----
Town of Coventry----
Town of Dorchester----
Town of Enfield----
Town of Franconia----
Town of Grafton----
Town of Groton----
Town of Hanover128--1
Town of Haverhill----
Town of Hebron----
Town of Lancaster----
Town of Landaff----
Town of Lebanon----
Town of Lincoln----
Town of Littleton----
Town of Lyman----
Town of Lyme----
Town of New Chester----
Town of New Holderness----
Town of Northumberland----
Town of Orange----
Town of Orford----
Town of Peeling----
Town of Piermont----
Town of Plymouth----
Town of Rumney----
Town of Stewartstown----
Town of Stratford----
Town of Thornton----
Town of Warren----
Town of Wentworth31---


[1]New Hampshire law required a majority to elect. Moses Baker would subsequently be elected Senator by the legislature.


Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). April 4, 1797.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). June 6, 1797.
The New Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). June 20, 1797.
Foster, Herbert Darling, George Mendal Bridgman and Sidney Bradshaw Fay. The Records of the Town of Hanover, New Hampshire, 1761-1818. Hanover, NH: Hanover, 1905. 151-152.
Hoyt, Peter L. Hoyt's History of Wentworth, New Hampshire, as transcribed from the Original Manuscript by Francis A. Muzzey. Littleton, NH: Courier, 1976. 241.
Wallace, William Allen. The History of Canaan, New Hampshire. Concord, NH: Rumford Press, 1910. 79.

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