New Hampshire 1802 Governor's Council, Grafton County

Governor's Council (State)
Governor's Councillor
New Hampshire 1802 Governor's Council, Grafton County
New Hampshire
First Ballot
Governor's Council/Governor's Councillor
David Hough, Russell Freeman, Thomas Crawford, Jonathan Freeman, Moses Russel, William Tarlton, Silas Tinney, scattering
Candidates: David Hough[1]Russell FreemanThomas CrawfordJonathan FreemanMoses RusselWilliam TarltonSilas Tinneyscattering
Final Result: [2]1488------439
Grafton County1488439------
Town of Adams--------
Town of Alexandria40-------
Town of Bartlett--------
Town of Bath94-------
Town of Bethlehem--------
Town of Bridgewater--------
Town of Campton--------
Town of Canaan733------
Town of Chatham--------
Town of Cockburne--------
Town of Colebrook--------
Town of Concord--------
Town of Coventry--------
Town of Dalton--------
Town of Danbury--------
Town of Dorchester50-------
Town of Ellsworth--------
Town of Enfield--------
Town of Franconia--------
Town of Grafton537------
Town of Groton527------
Town of Hanover[3]12163-311-
Town of Haverhill5228-----
Town of Hebron403------
Town of Jefferson--------
Town of Lancaster58-------
Town of Landaff--------
Town of Lebanon151------1
Town of Lincoln--------
Town of Littleton--------
Town of Lyman--------
Town of Lyme--------
Town of New Chester71------5
Town of New Holderness--------
Town of Northumberland--------
Town of Orange--------
Town of Orford125-------
Town of Peeling--------
Town of Percy--------
Town of Piermont--------
Town of Plymouth78------8
Town of Rumney526------
Town of Stewartstown--------
Town of Stratford--------
Town of Thornton--------
Town of Warren--------
Town of Wentworth[4]-51-5----


[2]"That the whole number of votes in this county of Grafton is two thousand and thirty-three, of which one thousand and seventeen make a choice; that the HON. David Hough, Esq. has one thousand four hundred and eighty-eight, and is chosen." Journal of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, 1802. 13.
[3]The Dartmouth Gazette (Hanover, NH), March 13, reports 112 votes for David Hough in Hanover.
[4]The Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH), April 14, reports 61 votes for Russell Freeman in Wentworth.


Journal of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, 1802. 13.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). March 11, 1802.
Dartmouth Gazette (Hanover, NH). March 13, 1802.
Republican Gazette (Concord, NH). March 16, 1802.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). March 18, 1802.
Dartmouth Gazette (Hanover, NH). March 20, 1802.
Dartmouth Gazette (Hanover, NH). March 27, 1802.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). April 14, 1802.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). June 10, 1802.
The New Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). June 15, 1802.
Farmer's Museum, or Lay Preacher's Gazette (Walpole, NH). June 22, 1802.
New-hampshire Sentinel (Keene, NH). June 26, 1802.
Downs, Charles A. History of Lebanon, N.H. 1761-1887. Concord, NH: Rumford Printing, 1908. 214.
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. 191-192.
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.

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