Note: ift from Rev. Timothy Dalton, his loving kinsman, a hundred acres of meadow and upland part of the grantor's farm. Emanuel was a mariner and ten days later he was lost at sea. His wife was a niece of Ruth Dalton. Some sources have hinted that Emanuel may be the Anthony of Hingham. Sources: 1. Hampton County, NH, Encylopedia of Biography 2. Genealogical memoir of the Prsescott Families. by William Prescott, MD 3. England of Genealogy and Personal History, Representative Citizens of the Commonwealth of Mass, compiled by Charles Edwin Hurd, 1902. 4. Descendants of John Hutchins of newbury and Haverill, Massachusetts, compiled by Edwin Colby Byam, PhD. 5. The Hartwell's of America, by Lyman Densmore. 6. History of the Kimball Family of America, by Leonard Allison Morrison and Stephen Paschall Sharples, 1897. 7. A Memoir & Genealogy of John Poore, by Alfred Poore. 8. Descendants of Jasper Blake, by Carlton E. Blake. 9. Dexter Genealogy, by Orlando Perry Dexter, M.A. 10. History and Genealogy of the Eastman Family, by Guy S. Rix 11. Shaw Records, by ??? 12. Lineage and Biographies of the Norris Family in America, by Leonard Allison Morrison. 13. Edgerly and Allied Families, by Edwin Lorraine Edgerly. 14. Strafford, Vermont Records, Volume II.
Note: Emanuel serttles in Hampton, NH and on 10 OCT 1657 received by deed of g
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