1George Thomas Little, Henry Sweetser Burrage, and Albert Roscoe Stubbs, Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. 2, p. 510 (1909).URL = http://books.google.com/books?id=7hvbSyc6a1cC&pg=PA510&lpg=PA510&dq=%22Caleb+Perkins%22+%22Bethia+Philbrick%22&source=bl&ots=ACXxEitubw&sig=dC5pNPc0HWllhgXiupU0tSBZLWQ&hl=en&ei=oGgnTcfgJZS0sAPm2IyrCA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=6&ved=0CCcQ6AEwBQ#v=onepage&q=%22Caleb%20Perkins%22%20%22Bethia%20Philbrick%22&f=false.
"(XIII) Benjamin, only son of Caleb and Bethia (Philbrick) Perkins, was born May 11, 1680, died February 11, 1767. He signed a petition December 5, 1790, with others, asking relief from paying rates to support a minister at Hampton, and to have a meeting house in the south part of Hampton and a minister of their own. May 13, 1710, Caleb Perkins, Benjamin Perkins, and others petitioned that each part of the town of Hampton maintain its own minister, He resided in what is now Hampton Falls. He married, March 1, 1710 or 1711, Lydia Macrease, who was of Scotch descent. Children: Joseph, Lydia, Daniel, Mary, Jonathan and Abigail."