Notes:Mathilda Street

From Pittsburgh Streets

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  • "No. 624. ¶ AN ACT ¶ To change the name of Matilda John to Matilda John Gross. ¶ SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the name of Matilda John, infant daughter of John C. John and the late Matilda John, deceased, and adopted daughter of Augustus H. Gross, M. D., and Eveline his wife, all of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, be and the same is hereby changed to that of Matilda John Gross, and by the said name she shall hereafter be known, with like legal effect as if it had been her proper name heretofore by nativity and repute. ¶ HENRY K. STRONG, ¶ Speaker of the House of Representatives. ¶ WM. M. HIESTER, ¶ Speaker of the Senate. ¶ APPROVED—The eighteenth day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five. ¶ JAMES POLLOCK." Laws of the General Assembly of the State of Pennsylvania: Passed at the session of 1856, in the eightieth year of independence: With an appendix. A. Boyd Hamilton, Harrisburg, 1856, p. 652. Google Books iFhNAQAAMAAJ, liZOAQAAIAAJ, mdkgAAAAIAAJ, v8o_AQAAMAAJ.