New Hampshire 1820 Governor's Council, Hillsborough County

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New Hampshire 1820 Governor's Council, Hillsborough County
New Hampshire
First Ballot
Governor's Council/Governor's Councillor
Richard Ayer, Samuel Smith, Daniel Abbot, Henry R. Chase, Ezekial Webster, Andrew Bowers, William Fisk, Jonathan Harvey, Charles K. Atherton, Moses Eastman, Matthew Harvey, John Orr, Jacob Tuttle, Peter Woodbury, Benjamin Ayer, Parker Noyes, M. Taylor, Emery A. Blunt, Isaac Checkering, Timothy Dole, Israel W. Kelly, Robert Means, Edmund Parker, Ebenezer Rockwood, Thomas W. Thompson
Candidates: Richard Ayer[1]Samuel SmithDaniel AbbotHenry R. ChaseEzekial WebsterAndrew BowersWilliam FiskJonathan HarveyCharles K. AthertonMoses EastmanMatthew HarveyJohn OrrJacob TuttlePeter WoodburyBenjamin AyerParker NoyesM. TaylorEmery A. BluntIsaac CheckeringTimothy DoleIsrael W. KellyRobert MeansEdmund ParkerEbenezer RockwoodThomas W. Thompson
Final Result: [2]496088777354379975555522211111111
Hillsborough County[3]496088777354379975555522211111111
Town of Amherst13488------6--1------1------
Town of Andover192------------------------
Town of Antrim[4]183------------5-----------
Town of Bedford133------------------------
Town of Boscawen117---53----------1---------
Town of Bradford[5][6]116------------------------
Town of Brookline84------------------------
Town of Deering182------------------------
Town of Dunbarton157---------5--------------
Town of Dunstable117------------------------
Town of Fishersfield95----------2--2----------
Town of Francestown89------------------------
Town of Goffstown189------------------------
Town of Greenfield117------------------------
Town of Hancock159------------------------
Town of Henniker127-----82----5--------1---
Town of Hillsborough177------------------------
Town of Hollis[7][8]100----------1-------------
Town of Hopkinton170--5---7-----------------
Town of Litchfield22----------1---1------1--
Town of Lyndeborough151------------------------
Town of Manchester87------------------------
Town of Mason86------------------------
Town of Merrimack144------------------------
Town of Milford12-868-------------1-------
Town of Mont Vernon82--------5------2--------
Town of New Boston156------------------------
Town of New Ipswich49----------------------1-
Town of New London82---135--1-----------1----
Town of Nottingham West100-69----------------------
Town of Peterborough88------------------------
Town of Salisbury304-----------------------1
Town of Sharon36------------------------
Town of Society Land24------------------------
Town of Sutton203----2-------------------
Town of Temple28------------------------
Town of Warner233-----1------------1-----
Town of Weare237------------------------
Town of Wilmot75------------------------
Town of Wilton88------------------------
Town of Windsor35------------------------


[2]"Hillsborough. - Whole number of votes legally returned, 5136; necessary for a choice, 2569." New-Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). June 20, 1820.
[3]There was no Federalist Party nomination for Governor's Council in Hillsborough County.
[4]Richard H. Ayer received 183 votes as Richard Ayer.
[5]"Rejected." Original Election Returns.
[6]"Not stated in the return to have been declared in open town meeting" Journal of the House. 1820. 33.
[7]"Rejected." Original Election Returns.
[8]"The town clerk not having certified his return to be a copy of the record." Journal of the House. 1820. 33.


Original Election Returns. New Hampshire Archives and Records Management, Concord.
Journal of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, 1820. 33.
New-Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). March 7, 1820.
New-Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette (Concord, NH). March 7, 1820.
New-Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette (Concord, NH). June 13, 1820.
New-hampshire Sentinel (Keene, NH). June 17, 1820.
The Portsmouth Oracle (Portsmouth, NH). June 17, 1820.
New-Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). June 20, 1820.
Browne, George Waldo. Early Records of the Town of Manchester formerly Derryfield, NH. Vol IV. Manchester, NH: Manchester Historic Association, 1909. 88.

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