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Encyclopedia > Governor of New Hampshire


# Name Party Term
1 Meshech Weare No party 17761785
2 John Langdon No party 17851786
3 John Sullivan Federalist 17861788
4 John Langdon Democratic-Republican 17881789
5 John Sullivan Federalist 17891790
6 Josiah Bartlett Democratic-Republican 17901794
7 John Taylor Gilman Federalist 17941805
8 John Langdon Democratic-Republican 18051809
9 Jeremiah Smith Federalist 18091810
10 John Langdon Democratic-Republican 18101812
# William Plumer Democratic-Republican 18121813
# John Taylor Gilman Federalist 18131816
# William Plumer Democratic-Republican 18161819
# Samuel Bell Democratic-Republican 18191823
# Levi Woodbury Democratic-Republican 18231824
# David L. Morrill Democratic-Republican 18241827
# Benjamin Pierce Democratic-Republican 18271828
# John Bell National Republican 18281829
# Benjamin Pierce Democratic 18291830
# Matthew Harvey Democratic 18301831
# Samuel Dinsmoor Democratic 18311834
# William Badger Democratic 18341836
# Isaac Hill Democratic 18361839
# John Page Democratic 18391842
# Henry Hubbard Democratic 18421844
# John H. Steele Democratic 18441846
# Anthony Colby Whig 18461847
# Jared W. Williams Democratic 18471849
# | Jr. Democratic 18491852
# Noah Martin Democratic 18521854
# Nathaniel B. Baker Democratic 18541855
# Ralph Metcalf Know-Nothing 18551857
# William Haile Republican 18571859
# Ichabod Goodwin Republican 18591861
# Nathaniel S. Berry Republican 18611863
# Joseph A. Gilmore Republican 18631865
# Frederick Smyth Republican 18651867
# Walter Harriman Republican 18671869
# Onslow Stearns Republican 18691871
# James A. Weston Democratic 18711872
# Ezekiel A. Straw Republican 18721874
# James A. Weston Democratic 18741875
# Person C. Cheney Republican 18751877
# Benjamin F. Prescott Republican 18771879
# Natt Head Republican 18791881
# Charles H. Bell Republican 18811883
# Samuel W. Hale Republican 18831885
# Moody Currier Republican 18851887
# Charles H. Sawyer Republican 18871889
# David H. Goodell Republican 18891891
# Hiram A. Tuttle Republican 18911893
# John B. Smith Republican 18931895
# Charles A. Busiel Republican 18951897
# George A. Ramsdell Republican 18971899
# Frank W. Rollins Republican 18991901
# Chester B. Jordan Republican 19011903
# Nahum J. Batchelder Republican 19031905
# John McLane Republican 19051907
# Charles M. Floyd Republican 19071909
# Henry B. Quinby Republican 19091911
# Robert P. Bass Republican 19111913
# Samuel D. Felker Democratic 19131915
# Rolland H. Spaulding Republican 19151917
# Henry W. Keyes Republican 19171919
# John H. Bartlett Republican 19191921
# Albert O. Brown Republican 19211923
# Fred H. Brown Democratic 19231925
# John Gilbert Winant Republican 19251927
# Huntley N. Spaulding Republican 19271929
# Charles W. Tobey Republican 19291931
# John Gilbert Winant Republican 19311935
# Styles Bridges Republican 19351937
# Francis P. Murphy Republican 19371941
# Robert O. Blood Republican 19411945
# Charles M. Dale Republican 19451949
# Sherman Adams Republican 19491953
# Hugh Gregg Republican 19531955
# Lane Dwinell Republican 19551959
# Wesley Powell Republican 19591963
# John W. King Democratic 19631969
# Walter R. Peterson, Jr. Republican 19691973
# Meldrim Thomson, Jr. Republican 19731979
# Hugh J. Gallen Democratic 19791982
# Vesta M. Roy Acting 19821983
# John H. Sununu Republican 19831989
# Judd Gregg Republican 19891993
# Steve Merrill Republican 19931997
# Jeanne Shaheen Democratic 19972003
# Craig Benson Republican 20032005
# John Lynch Democratic 2005 present

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