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| A Justice in Hillsborough County.
at H. C. 1756, qualified himself for the Ministry, but relin-
1789 to 1791 and from 1795 to 1803. Died in 1806, a. 71.
1815, a. 65.
JUSTICE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, FIRST DISTRICT.
Place of Birth.
1821 D. C. 1794. Chief Justice of the Court of Sessions from 1821
to 1823, Sen., and President. Died May 16, 18:12.
JUSTICES OF THE COURT OF SESSIONS.
1835 He was Chief Justice, Rep. from Allenstown, moved to Con.
1825 Sheriff of Hillsborough Co. from 1814 to 1819. Marshal of
District Court, Crier in S. Court of Jud. Resided in Salis.
bury till within a few years past, and now resides in Concord. Gilmanton
1825, Rep. from Northfield. Crier in C. C. P.
JUDGES OF THE PRESENT COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Sutton Sutton
Representative from Sutton.
1844 Representative from Pembroke. Concord Concord
1819 See Justices of the Court of Sessions.
1828 Resided in Hooksett till within a few months past. Senator
from 1818 to 1823, Rep. from Hooksett several years. Coun
1833 Editor of several newspapers, Register of Deeds, Rep. from
Concord, Clerk P. O. Depart., Washington.
1838 Rep. from Pittsfield.
1842 Rep. from Warner several years, Senator, Counsellor 1837 and
1838. Born Jan. 25, 1772, died Nov. 12, 1844. 1842
Arlond Carroll Benjamin Evans
Washington, D. C. Andover Albany, N. Y.
Richard Pinkham Nathaniel A. Davis
CLERKS OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. Salisbury
1838 D. C. 1794. Practised in Salisbury from 1797 to 1826, Clerk of
C. C. P. in Hillsborough from 1816 to 1823, Clerk of C. C.
P. in Merrimack from 1823 to 1833. Moved to Ms.
1846 D. C. 1823. Practised Law and also was P. Master at New
London from 1826 to 1833. Clerk of C. C. P. in 1833. Re
sumed practice of Law in 1846. Acting Pension Agent. Henniker
H. C. 1839. Admitted as Attorney, March 7, 1842.
CLERKS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
1823 In Hillsborough County. Salisbury
1833 In Merrimack County. See Clerks of Superior Court. Warner
1846 See Clerks of Superior Court. Henniker
See Clerks of Superior Court.
Enoch Darling Philip Carrigain
CLERKS OF THE COURT OF SESSIONS.
1823' In the old County of Hillsborough. Concord
1825 Son of Dr. Philip Carrigain, Secretary of State, N. H., from
1805 to 1809. "He prepared a Map of New Hampshire in 1816, was Clerk of Senate for several years, and also practised Law in Epsom and Chichester. D. C. 1794.
Jacob B. Moore
Concord Concord Concord
REGISTERS OF DEEDS.
1827 See Sheriffs.
1836 Commenced practice in 1817 in a part of Dunbarton, afterward
incorporated into Hooksett, remaining there till 1822, in
retary of New Hampshire. D. C. 1812.
1837 D. C. 1825. Post Master.
Joseph Robinson Concord John Townsend Salisbury Mitchell Gilmore, Jr. Concord Reuben T. Leavitt | Concord
1823 See Judges of Superior Court.
of the Merr. Co. Mut. Fire Ins. Co., State Treasurer.
1829. Post Master at Hopkinton, 1829. D. C. 1814.
REGISTERS OF PROBATE.
1839 Rep. from Warner, 1816, 1817, and 1823, Speaker in 1817. Bank
Com. 1846. M. A. at D. C. 1823.
1830 State Treasurer, Dep. Sec. of State, Collector of Customs at
Portsmouth, Rep. from Greenland.
D. C. 1828. Practised Law in Gilmanton and Bristol, Cashier
of Mechanics Bank, U. S. Pension Agent.
SOLICITORS IN THE OLD COUNTY OF HILLSBOROUGH.
1809 H. C. 1786. Practised in Salisbury from 1790 to 1810, Concord
to 1819. Rep. and Speaker 1813 and 1814. Rep. in Cong.
Died 1819, aged 54.
lin from 1803, Rep. from Franklin, appointed Judge S. C., but
declined accepting: 1823 See Judges of Superior Court.
E. St. L. Livermore
SOLICITORS IN THE OLD COUNTY OF ROCKINGHAM.
1793 Son of Judge Samuel Livermore, Attorney at Concord, 1783,
Portsmouth, Newburyport, and Boston. Mem. Cong. Ms.,
Judge of Superior Court, N. H. M. A. at D. C. 1800.
1808 H. C. 1789. P. M. at Concord in 1801. Died July 29, 1834,
1819 See Judges of Superior Court. Epsom Peterborough
1821) 1823 W. C. 1811. Practised at Epsom.
SOLICITORS IN THE NEW COUNTY OF MERRIMACK.
1833/H. C. 1809. Practised in Henniker from 1813 to 1832, Rep.
1822 and 1823. Resides now in New York.
Speaker of the House, Counsellor. Rep. in Cong.
Asa P. Cate
Rep. from Northfield, 1839, 1840, Sen. 1844, President Sen.
1845. M. A. at D. C. 1844.
(To be concluded.)