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Early New Hampshire Settlers

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  • Mary Scriven (1635 - 1695)
    Robert Charles Anderson in the Great Migration Series and more recent sources show no daughter named Mary Hilton of Edward Hilton. However, George Norbury Mackenzie in 1914 wrote: "It is claimed that...
  • Thomas Moulton (1608 - 1703)
    A history of the Moulton family; a record of the descendents of James Moulton of Salem and Wenham, Massachusetts, from 1629-1905 by [Moulton, Eben Hobson] THOMAS MOULTON, with wife Martha, were i...
  • George Wallace, of Newfoundland (1619 - 1685)
    Biography George Wallace Wallis of Newfoundland Biography In his marriage and probate records he is called George Wallis he was the son of George Wallace "of Newfoundland" and Eleanor. On 1686 No...
  • Charles Hilton (1636 - d.)
  • John Redman (c.1615 - 1700)
    John Redman Birth: 1615 in England Death: 16 FEB 1699/00 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire brief biography From The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire, 1623 to 1660: A Descriptive List...

Founders and early settlers of Danville, East Kingston, Hampton Falls, Hampton, Kensington, Kingston, North Hampton, Rye, Sandown and Seabrook, New Hampshire.

Time period is the colonial era of New Hampshire circa 1638 to about 1695.

Hampton Historical Society: http://www.hamptonhistoricalsociety.org/index.htm

Founder's Park: http://www.hamptonhistoricalsociety.org/foundpk.htm#list

Families:

Batchelder

 

Blake

Brown

Chase

Cole

Dalton

Dearborn

Dow

Drake

Elkins

Fogg

Garland

Godfrey

Gookin

Gove

Green

Healey

Hobbs

Hussey

James

Johnson

Knowles

Lamprey

Lane

Leavitt

Locke

Marston

Mason

Moulton

Nudd

Page

Palmer

Perkins

Philbrick

Prescott

Redman

Sanborn

Shaw

Sleeper

Taylor

Tilton

Toppan

Towle

Tuck

Weare