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Early New Hampshire Settlers

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  • Morris Hobbs, of Hampton (c.1592 - 1686)
  • http://www.hampton.lib.nh.us/hampton/biog/index.htm
    Joan Dow (1608 - 1640)
    When Joan married Henry Dow on 11 Feb. 1631, she was the widow of Roger Nudd of Ormsby, Norkolk England and mother of his infant son, Thomas. Click the link below and read page 677. Her maiden name is ...
  • Captain Henry Dow, III (1634 - 1707)
    •Name: Capt Henry DOW •Sex: M •Birth: ABT 1634 in Ormesby, Norfolk, England •Death: 06 MAY 1707 in Hampton, New Hampshire •Note: Captain Dow was a farmer who later became part owner of a saw ...
  • Deborah Hobbs (Leavitt), of Hampton (c.1594 - 1669)
    It is unknown where she died. It was likely either Hampton, (Rockingham), New Hampshire, New England (USA), or Ormsby, Norfolk, England.
  • Thomas Moulton, of Charlestown (1608 - c.1703)
    Biography Thomas Moulton, Twin was born on July 13, 1608 in Ormsby St. Margaret, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom and was baptized on July 16, 1608 in Ormesby, , Norfolk, , ENGLAND,. His parents were...

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