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Early New Hampshire Settlers

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  • Thomas Sleeper, Jr. (1616 - 1696)
    THOMAS2 SLEEPER (SLEEPER1) was born 1616 in Bristol, England, and died July 30, 1696 in Hampton, Rockingham Co, NH. He married (1) ELIZABETH SHERBURNE. He married (2) JOANNA LEE Abt. 1649 in Haverhil...
  • Charles Hilton (1635 - bef.1684)
    Summary Charles, b. about 1635 (deposed aged 35 in 1680 [GDMNH 332]; apparently unmarried. He was last taxed in 1682 and disappears from records in the winter of 1683/4. He was sent to Norfolk jail...
  • Deacon Robert Page, of Hampton (1604 - 1679)
    Was effected by Vandalism 28 Jul. 2013; corrected ______________ Emigration in 1637 from Norfolk, England to Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States The Robert Page family lived in Salem, Esse...
  • Capt. William Marston (1592 - 1672)
    Capt William Marston, Sr Find A Grave Memorial# 95493495 Capt. William Marston Birth: 1590 - Ormsby St. Margaret, Norfolk, England parents: Henry Marston, Alice Spouses: Sarah Goody, Sabina...

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