From History of Littleton, New Hampshire
by James Robert Jackson, George Clarence Furber, Ezra S. Stearns:
Jackman, p. 281
JAMES JACKMAN, b. in 1611, is said to have been from Exeter, County Devon, Eng. He took the oath of allegiance in 1678, and was sworn freeman, Feb. 13, 1684. He came to Newbury, Mass., in 1644. His wife was Joanna . He d. Dec. 30, 1694.
From The History of Hillsborough, New Hampshire, 1735-1921
by George Waldo Browne:
Jackman, p. 325
JAMES, came from Exeter, Eng.; m. Jemima and settled in Newbury (Newburyport), Mass. The last named of their children was ancestor of the Jackmans in Central New Hampshire. His children were: Sarah, Esther, James, Joanna, Richard, m. Elizabeth Majors.
From The History of Boscawen and Webster [N.H.] from 1733 to 1878
by Charles Carleton Coffin:
Jackman, p. 556
James came from Exeter, England, with his wife Jemima, and settled in Newbury. Their children were Sarah, Esther, James, Joanna and Richard. The last named was the ancestor of the Jackmans of Boscawen. His son, Richard m. Elizabeth Major, whose sons, George and Richard, settled in Boscawen in 1737.
From A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport and West Newbury 1635 to 1845
by Joshua Coffin
JACKMAN, JAMES nephew of Henry Short, came, it is said, from Exeter, England. His wife was Joanna. He d. 30 Dec. 1694, aged 83. Ch.— Sara, 18 Jan. 1048, Hester, 12 Sept. 1051, James, 12 June, 1055, Joanna, 14 June, 1657, Richard, 15 Feb. 1660.