Joseph Dow's History of Hampton: HAMPTON AND PORTSMOUTH BOUNDS -- THE FIRST INDIAN WAR
HAMPTON AND PORTSMOUTH BOUNDS
THE FIRST INDIAN WAR
A new Meeting-house was built this year--the third in order, about which more will be stated in its appropriate place [Chapter 19].
June 30, John Smith, the cooper, was chosen to fill a vacancy in the boardman of selectmen, occasioned by the sudden death of John Cass, a few weeks before. At the same time, Lieut. Benjamin Swett was chosen as a commissioner, to add to the selectmen for making the country rate.