New Hampshire 1797 Registry of Deeds, Strafford County

Registry of Deeds (County)
New Hampshire 1797 Registry of Deeds, Strafford County
New Hampshire
First Ballot
Registry of Deeds/Registrar
John P. Gilman, Joseph Parsons, Thomas Shannon, Moses L. Neal, Walter Cooper, John Plumer, Jr., Joseph Clark, Benjamin Peirce
Candidates: John P. GilmanJoseph ParsonsThomas ShannonMoses L. NealWalter CooperJohn Plumer, Jr.Joseph ClarkBenjamin Peirce
Final Result: [1]144755912173-862
Strafford County144755912173-862
Town of Alton--------
Town of Barnstead--------
Town of Barrington--------
Town of Dover[2]175725-----
Town of Durham--------
Town of Eaton--------
Town of Effingham--------
Town of Gilmantown--------
Town of Lee--------
Town of Madbury--------
Town of Meredith--------
Town of Middleton--------
Town of Moultonborough--------
Town of New Durham--------
Town of New Hampton--------
Town of Ossipee--------
Ossipee Gore--------
Town of Rochester--------
Town of Sanbornton-165------
Town of Sandwich--------
Town of Somersworth--------
Town of Tamworth--------
Town of Wakefield--------
Town of Wolfeboro--------


[1]The full list of votes for 1797, printed in The Sun. Dover Gazette and County Advertiser (Dover, NH) of March 21, 1798 does not include any votes for Walter Cooper.
[2]The Sun. Dover Gazette and County Advertiser (Dover, NH), March 29, reports 7 votes for Thomas Shannon and 25 for Walter Cooper in Dover.


The Sun. Dover Gazette and County Advertiser (Dover, NH). March 29, 1797.
The Sun. Dover Gazette and County Advertiser (Dover, NH). March 21, 1798.
Runnels, M. T. The History of Sanbornton, New Hampshire. Boston: Mudge, 1882. 422.

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