New Hampshire 1801 Governor's Council, Grafton County

Governor's Council (State)
Governor's Councillor
New Hampshire 1801 Governor's Council, Grafton County
New Hampshire
First Ballot
Governor's Council/Governor's Councillor
David Hough, Russell Freeman, Thomas Crawford, Daniel Blaisdell, scattering
Candidates: David HoughRussell FreemanThomas CrawfordDaniel Blaisdellscattering
Final Result: [1][2]657476--358
Grafton County657476--358
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[1]"That the whole number of votes in the county of Grafton, is seventeen hundred and seventeen, of which eight hundred and fifty-nine make a choice, that David Hough, Esquire, has six hundred and fifty-seven, and Russell Freeman, Esquire, four hundred and seventy-six, being the two highest numbers." Journal of the New Hampshire State Senate, 1801. 10.
[2]"Proceeded to fill the vacancies in the Council, and by joint ballot elected the honorable Joseph Blanchard, Esquire, a Counsellor for the county of Rockingham, and the honorable Russell Freeman, Esquire, a Counsellor for the county of Grafton." Journal of the New Hampshire State Senate, 1801. 11.
[3]The Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH) lists David Hough with 55 votes.


Journal of the New Hampshire State Senate, 1801. 10-11.
Dartmouth Gazette (Hanover, NH). March 14, 1801.
Dartmouth Gazette (Hanover, NH). March 21, 1801.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). March 26, 1801.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). April 2, 1801.
Dartmouth Gazette (Hanover, NH). April 18, 1801.
Republican Gazette (Concord, NH). June 18, 1801.
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. 180.
Hoyt, Peter L. Hoyt's History of Wentworth, New Hampshire, as transcribed from the Original Manuscript by Francis A. Muzzey. Littleton, NH: Courier, 1976. 242.
Thompson, Jeanette R. History of the Town of Stratford, New Hampshire: 1773-1925. Concord, NH: Rumford Press, 1925. 483-503.

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