There were very few Daltons in Dorset. Most notable are the Grant Daltons in Parkstone, part of the Somerset family. The forty entries in this file are easily browsed and it is the onus of the user to verify the data. Our thanks go to Michael Cayley, DGS Archivist for the Miscellaneous items.
Editor's Note: The Grant Daltons of Brodsworth Hall were the subject of a comprehensive research paper by DGS Historian, the late Dr. Lucy J. Slater and appeared in DGS Journal 29, 1998.
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6 Jan 1865, Margaret Dalton dau of John and Elizabeth Dalton
6 Nov 1808, Rich S.Dalton son of Rich and Jane Stacey Dalton
27 Sep 1851, Gerald Grant Dalton son of Dalton Foster and Alice Charlotte Grant Galton
17 Feb 1856, Malcolm Grant Dalton, son of Dalton Foster and Alice Charlotte Grant Dalton
18 Apr 1858, Colin Grant Dalton, son of Dalton Foster and Alice Charlotte Grant Dalton
6 Feb 1860, Agnes Grant Dalton dau of Dalton Foster and Alice Charlotte Grant Foster
1 Sep 1862, Hubert Grant Dalton son of Dalton Foster and Alice Charlotte Grant Dalton
29 Jan 1843, Thomas Dalton son of Thomas and Ann Dalton
27 Dec 1835, Catharine Jane Dalton dau of Thomas and Ann Dalton
16 Jun 1818, Frances Dalton dau of George and Sarah Dalton (birth listed as 1771)
15 Feb 1835, Ann Jane Dalton dau of Thomas and Ann Dalton
14 Jan 1838, Thomas Luke Dalton son of Thomas and Ann Dalton
19 Jul 1779, Nathaniel Dalton and Mary Slade Yeatman
24 Oct 1775 Simson Dalton and Elizabeth ?
17 Nov 1800, Frances Dalton and Joel Powell
Geo. Jas. Dalton, age 2, b. Dorchester, gr son of Robert. Hanham 47, b. Frampton, Dorset and Elizth. 29, b. Oldstock,Wiltshire.
Edwin Dalton, soldier, 25, b. Scotland, prisoner at I-H. M. Prison
Emily Dalton, widow, 73, b. Pentridge, Dorset, listed as pauper at Alderbury Union Workhouse
Gentleman's Magazine Nov 1858 19 Aug 1856 At Amberley the Rev Augustus Turnber AB [sic], of Child Okeford House, Dorset, married Elizabeth Head, only child of Edward Dalton Esq DCL of Dunkirk Manor House, Gloucestershire.
Dalton, John Esq, Shafton, Dorsetshire, subscribed to Miscellanies in prose and verse, 1750, JONES, Mary.
Rev Dalton, Nathaniel, son of Nathaniel, of Cucklington, Somerset, cler. Hart Hall, matric. 8 March 1697-8, age 16. BA 1701, MA 1704. Rector of Cucklington in 1707, and of Nlandford St Mary, Dorset 1727. His father instituted to rectory of Cucklington 16 July 1674, and of Holton 1681. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
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