Joseph Dow's History of Hampton: Vessels Owned By Other Hampton Men / Nudd's Canal
Vessels Owned By Other Hampton Men
Schooner, Angola, owned by Elisha Johnson.
Schooner, Ruth, built by Benjamin and James Perkins.
Schooner, Cadet, built by Oliver Nudd and Thomas Leavitt.
Schooner, General Grant, built by John A. Nudd, Nathaniel Johnson, Edwin J. Hobbs and Charles T. Lamprey.
Sloop, Franklin, owned by Oliver Nudd and Thomas Leavitt.
Schooner, Jefferson, owned by Dearborn and Benjamin Shaw, for fishing and freighting.
Schooner, Eclipse, owned by David and Ira Page.
Schooner, Tyro, owned by David and Irs Page.
Schooner, Castle Rock, owned by George Lane and J. Warren Perkins.
Schooner, Minnie Chase, owned by Charles T. Lamprey and John C. Palmer, carried wood.
Schooner, Volant, owned by Adna B. Lane.
Smaller fishing vessels and pleasure yachts have been owned by Hampton men, for local use.
Nudd's canal, so called, which, at high water, is deep and wide enough to float to the Landing any vessel that comes into Hampton river, is invaluable, especially to the marsh-owners, for whose use gondolas have ever been kept, to bring the hay up to the Landing.