Annual Report of the County Commissioners of Merrimack County, Together with the Reports of the County Treasurer, Clerk of Court, Sheriff and Jailor, Physician, Solicitor, and Superintendent of the County Farm, for the Year Ending May 1, 1880. Includes a listing of Paupers supported at the Farm.
Names in this online transcription include Arlin, Ash, Baker, Bell, Bennett, Blanchard, Blood, Bloom, Bowens, Boyden, Brooks, Brown, Browne, Buckman, Burk, Carter, Chase, Chesley, Cochran, Colby, Danforth, Davenport, Davis, Denio, Depee, Dorris, Drake, Drusil, Drussell, Durly, Eastman, Edmunds, Elliott, Everett, Favor, Ferren, Fisher, Fisk, Flanders, Fletcher, Frost, Gay, George, Gerry, Gibbins, Ginn, Glover, Gomo, Grey, Gurnning, Hancock, Hanes, Hannigan, Harrop, Hascall, Haskell, Haynes, Hearth, Heath, Holton, Howe, Hoyt, Huntington, Jackman, Jackson, Jameson, Jenness, Keniston, Kenniston, Kiggins, Kilburn, Kimball, King, Knowles, Lamier, Larkin, Leeds, Lesley, Leviston, Littlefield, Logan, Lord, Lovering, Lull, Mahoney, Martin, Mason, Mastins, McCoy, McCurley, McDaniels, McHagen, Merrill, Moore, Morrill, Morrison, Mulligan, Page, Palmer, Patterson, Pearson, Pettingill, Poulter, Powell, Pullio, Rand, Randell, Reynow, Richardson, Robinson, Roby, Rossell, Sanborn, Sanger, Sargent, Sewell, Sharp, Snow, Spaulding, Spears, Stevens, Stewart, Stiles, Stillman, Stone, Sullivan, Taggott, Taylor, Tilton, Toumey, Townes, Towns, Wade, Walker, Wells, White, Whitehead, Whithum, Wight, Wiser, Witham, Woodbury, Worthen.
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