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Timothy Dalton

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Woolverstone, Suffolk, England
Death: Died in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Place of Burial: Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of George Dalton, of Dennington and Phoebe Dalton
Husband of Ruth Dalton and Ruth Dalton
Father of (Reverend) Timothy Dalton Jr.; Deborah Blake; Timothy Dalton; Samuel Dalton; Ruth Dalton and 1 other
Brother of Philemon Dalton; Sarah Everard; Edmund Dalton and John Dalton

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About (Reverend) Timothy Dalton

  • Rev. Timothy Dalton1
  • M, #161399, b. circa 1577, d. 28 December 1661
  • Father George Dalton1 b. c 1545, d. 24 Feb 1614
  • Rev. Timothy Dalton was born circa 1577 at of Dennington, Suffolk, England.1 He married Ruth Leete, daughter of Robert Leete and Alice Grundy, on 13 June 1615 at Gislingham, Suffolk, England.1,2 Rev. Timothy Dalton died on 28 December 1661 at Hampton, Rockingham, NH.1
  • Family Ruth Leete b. 8 May 1579, d. 12 May 1666
  • Child
    • Deborah Dalton+1 b. 19 Mar 1624, d. 20 Dec 1678
  • Citations
  • [S11597] Ancestry.com, Submitted by robertluther1963.
  • [S14] Unknown author, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, by Clarence Almon Torrey., p. 202.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p5373.htm#i161399

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  • Rev Timothy Dalton
  • Birth: 1577
  • Death: Dec. 28, 1661 Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA
  • Timothy Dalton was born in England and graduated at Cambridge in 1613. He came to New England about the year 1637, and was made freeman on 7 Sep 1637 in Dedham, Mass.
  • Hampton records dated 7 Jun 1639 indicate he was a 'teacher' of the church.
  • Timothy Dalton lived with his wife, Ruth, in their house lot on the southerly side of the Hampton meeting-house green, only a few rods from the meeting-house. The lot was eventually purchased by the town and was held and occupied as a parsonage until 1871.
  • A farm lying in the south part of town, near Salisbury, was granted to Mr. Dalton's son, Timothy Dalton, Jr.
  • Family links:
  • Spouse:
  • Ruth Leete Dalton (1578 - 1666)*
  • Children:
    • Timothy Dalton (1637 - 1649)*
  • Burial: Pine Grove Cemetery, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 102077771
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=102077771

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  • Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire ... 1635-[1771], Volume 31
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=9IhQAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA257&lpg=PA257&dq=samuel+dalton+1681&source=bl&ots=-HlJEO-sJh&sig=D4vHS2XMjtgOpstA65VXKOJrxTg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwifpLSzzvXJAhUT7GMKHTRJDSgQ6AEIQTAH#v=onepage&q=samuel%20dalton%201681&f=false
  • Pg.33
  • PHILEMON DALTON 1656 HAMPTON
  • The last will & testiment . . . . The County of northfolke, being sick & . . . . bequeath my soule unto God who gave itt & Jeses . . . . :
  • It I Doe give unto Dorety Dalton my loving wife my . . . a two yeerling heffer .... etc.
  • Pg.34
  • Itt I Doe give unto my Sonn Samuell Dalton all the rest of . . .... give unto my Daughter mehetabell Dalton one . . . ...
  • Ittum I give unto Hannah Dalton . . . . .... etc.
  • Pg.53
  • TIMOTHY DALTON JR. 1662 HAMPTON
  • [Administration on the estate of Timothy Dalton, Jr., sometime of Hampton, granted to Samuel Dalton April 8, 1662.]
  • [Norfolk County, Mass., Court Records.]
  • [Inventory of the lands of Timothy Dalton, Jr., of Hampton, May, 1663; 55 acres of land in all, value not stated; signed by Samuel Dalton, and presented to the Hampton court Oct. 13, 1663.]
  • [Essex County, Mass., Probate Files.]
  • Pg.84
  • RUTH DALTON 1665 HAMPTON
  • The Last Will and Testament of Mrs Ruth Dalton of Hampton Widow: Excectrix to the last Will and Testament of Mr Timothy Dalton deceased: being sick and weake of body but firme of understanding and memory. Item wheras I have formerly Bargained and sold unto my Loving Kinsman Nathaniel Bacheler all my Houses and Lands as is specified in his bill of sale bareing Date The Twenty second day of March Anno 1663 or 64 I now Ratify and confirme to him and his heirs forever. It. ....
  • Item: I give and bequeath unto my cousen Samuel Daltons son Timothy, one trunk marked T and D.
  • .... etc.
  • .... to this my last will and Testament, and therunto I set my hand and seal, the eight day of the tenth month 1665
  • .... etc.
  • Pg.257
  • SAMUEL DALTON 1681 HAMPTON
  • [Inventory of the estate of Samuel Dalton of Hampton, who died Aug. 22, 1681; taken Sept. 15, 1681; amount, £868.5.0; signed by John Sanborn and Henry Dow; attested by his widow, Mehitable Dalton, Dec. 6, 1681. Mentions estate in Haverhill, Mass., given him by his father-in-law, Henry Palmer.]
  • [Administration on the estate of Samuel Dalton granted to his widow, Mehitable Dalton, Dec. 6, 1681, who presented an inventory of £868.5.0.]
  • [Court Records, Dec. 6, 1681, in Deeds, Vol. 5, p. 50.]

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Rev Timothy DALTON (1578 – 1662) Timothy Dalton was born about 1578 at Ipswich, England. He married Ruth LEET on 13 June 1615 at Gislingham, Suffolk, England.  Timothy founded a Church called the Church of Jesus Christ in Hampton, New Hampshire. Timothy had been a sizar  (One of a body of students in the universities of Cambridge, who, having passed a certain examination, are exempted from paying college fees and charges. A sizar corresponded to a servitor at Oxford. The sizar paid nothing for food and tuition, and very little for lodging. They formerly waited on the table at meals; but this is done away with. They were probably so called from being thus employed in distributing the size, or provisions.) at St. John’s College, Cambridge and the Rector of Wolverstone before he vanished from England and turned up in New Hampshire, in 1636 as so many Puritans were forced to do. Timothy’s will was proved 8 Apr 1662 in Hampton, New Hampshire.

Ruth Leet was born in England. Her parents were Robert LEET and Alice GRUNDY, Ruth died in 1665 in Hampton, New Hampshire. Ruth’s will was proved 8 Dec 1665.

Timothy and Ruth had no children of their own.

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Associate reverend. Uncertain of birthdate.

Sources

  1. The Dalton and Batcheller Pedigree New England Historical and Genealogical Register, October 1873, pp. 364-369

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(Reverend) Timothy Dalton's Timeline

1577
1577
Woolverstone, Suffolk, England
1594
1594
Age 17
Woolverstone, Suffolk, England
1619
1619
Age 42
1623
1623
Age 46
Woolverstone, Suffolk, England
1624
May 1624
Age 47
Woolverstone, Suffolk, England
1637
1637
Age 60
1661
December 28, 1661
Age 84
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
1999
October 29, 1999
Age 84
December 15, 1999
Age 84