My personal opinion is that Michael Russell, the Dorchester/Fordington online parish clerk is an excellent local historian. His work is thorough and well referenced. I would think it an excellent secondary source to cite but he puts a lot of effort into his writing and he does rightly claim copyright so please don't copy his writing directly. Since he produces full citations, it is possible to use this to both check his findings and to source your own writing.
He has of course transcribed the parish registers for Fordington and Dorchester and they are online. Images of the registers (as available ) are on Ancestry as are other records from the area.
So for example the records that show the appointment of Anthony and his brother as constables are the quarter sessions records.
Antonius (Anthony) was Sworn in as one of the 2 Constables for Fordington at the quarter sessions in Sherborne in the sixth year of the reign of Charles (1630/1 )Dorset, England, Quarter Sessions Order Books, 1625-1905 QSM 1/1,7b image 253 on ancestry.co.uk
1632 John Eames was sworn in as a constable for Fordington Dorset, England, Quarter Sessions Order Books, 1625-1905 QSM 1/1,7b (image 377 on ancestry.co.uk)
I have transcribed the will of Roger Kete, which he uses to verify Margery as the name of Anthony Eame's wife (I will upload in a minute have done it )
Actually I was about to ask what people think about something I found which just possibly gives a clue to her surname
PS he was probably born in Fordington, but one wouldn't normally say St George Fordington which is the name of the parish church.
Ros the profile is https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Eames-2
and unless I've got it completely wrong the source is