New Hampshire 1822 Governor's Council, Hillsborough County

Governor's Council (State)
Governor's Councillor
New Hampshire 1822 Governor's Council, Hillsborough County
New Hampshire
First Ballot
Governor's Council/Governor's Councillor
Richard H. Ayer, Henry B. Chase, Charles H. Atherton, Edmund Parker, Samuel Smith, William Fisk, Joshua Leslie, Joseph Low, D. Barrett, Andrew Bowers, Moses Eastman, Nehemiah Eastman, James Ellison, John Favour, Frederic French, George Hadley, Jr., Jonathan Harvey, James Moore, Parker Noyes, William M. Richardson, Jonathan Smith, William Wallace
Candidates: Richard H. Ayer[1]Henry B. ChaseCharles H. AthertonEdmund ParkerSamuel SmithWilliam FiskJoshua LeslieJoseph LowD. BarrettAndrew BowersMoses EastmanNehemiah EastmanJames EllisonJohn FavourFrederic FrenchGeorge Hadley, Jr.Jonathan HarveyJames MooreParker NoyesWilliam M. RichardsonJonathan SmithWilliam Wallace
Final Result: 4757891514922211111111111111
Hillsborough County4757891514922211111111111111
Town of Amherst129-15--2--------1-------
Town of Andover13121-----2--------------
Town of Antrim153---------------------
Town of Bedford151---------------------
Town of Boscawen66---------------------
Town of Bradford125---------------------
Town of Brookline80---------------------
Town of Deering144-----2---------------
Town of Dunbarton139-----------1------1--
Town of Dunstable110---------------------
Town of Fishersfield107---------------------
Town of Francestown108---------------------
Town of Goffstown140---------------------
Town of Greenfield116---------------------
Town of Hancock115---------------------
Town of Henniker123---------------------
Town of Hillsborough165---------------------
Town of Hollis102--3------------------
Town of Hopkinton272---------11---------1
Town of Litchfield33---------------------
Town of Lyndeborough139---------------------
Town of Manchester102---------------------
Town of Mason131---------------------
Town of Merrimack147---------------------
Town of Milford74--116-----------------
Town of Mont Vernon89---------------------
Town of New Boston135---------------------
Town of New Ipswich115---------------------
Town of New London72--------1------------
Town of Nottingham West163-------1-------------
Town of Peterborough72---------------------
Town of Salisbury[2]190---------------------
Town of Sharon46----------------1----
Town of Society Land17---------------------
Town of Sutton184---------------------
Town of Temple49-------------------1-
Town of Warner183---------------1-1---
Town of Weare194------------1-1------
Town of Wilmot1568--------------------
Town of Wilton90---3-----------------
Town of Windsor41---------------------


[2]Richard H. Ayer received 1 vote as Richard Ayer.


Original Election Returns. New Hampshire Archives and Records Management, Concord.
New-Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette (Concord, NH). March 11, 1822.
Farmer's Cabinet (Amherst, NH). March 16, 1822.
New-Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette (Concord, NH). June 17, 1822.
New-Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). June 18, 1822.
New-hampshire Sentinel (Keene, NH). June 22, 1822.
Browne, George Waldo. Early Records of the Town of Manchester formerly Derryfield, NH. Vol IV. Manchester, NH: Manchester Historic Association, 1909. 136.

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