The English Home of Mr. Timothy Dalton, B. A.
The Teacher of the Church of Jesus Christ In Hampton, N. H.
From 1639 to 1661
"Otherwise, an honest man; . . . who is a great stickler
for ye transporting of those people that should goe
over unto Newe England"
Commissary Dade to Archbishop Laud, February 4, 1633-34
PRIVATELY PRINTED, 1898
[A handwritten note on the first page reads:
"Presented by Mr. John L. Blake, Orange, N.J., Oct. 24, 1898"]
Table of Contents
- The Daltons of Hampton, N.H.
- Town of Hampton
- Philemon Dalton in the Colony
- Timothy Dalton in the Colony
- Ruth Dalton in Hampton
- Deborah Blake in Hampton
- Clues to the English Home
- Timothy Dalton At College
- As Priest and Parson
- Parish of Woolverstone
- Woolverstone Church
- The Old Parsonage
- Parish Registers
- The Laudian Persecution
- First Complaint Against Dalton
- Last Work at Woolverstone
- Suspension - Flight - Resignation
- The High Commission
- The Smale Houes at Woolverstone
- Last Days In England