↑Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts, accessed in New England Historic Genealogical Society database "Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850", Volume: Scituate - V2, Page 367.: Colamer (see Collamer, Collamore, Collemer, Collmore, Collomore), Anthony, Capt., "wreck'd," Dec. 16, 1693.
↑ "Early Marriages and Births in Scituate, Massachusetts," New England Historic and Genealogical Register, vol. 19 (July 1865), page 220
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Collamore-47 and Collamore-8 appear to represent the same person because: It's clear to me from the profile of Sarah, the daughter of Collamore-47, that she is a daughter of the same Anthony Collamore who is represented by Collamore-8
Note that the privacy setting for Collamore-47 should be changed to "Open," since he was born a lot more than 200 years ago.
Collamore-26 and Collamore-8 appear to represent the same person because: This is the same Anthony Collamore as is represented in several profiles proposed for merger with Collamore-8 -- born in England, emigrated to Scituate, married to Sarah Chittenden, father of Mary Collamore Stetson, drowned on a ledge.
Collamore-20 and Collamore-8 appear to represent the same person because: Details match, except for birth location. However, sources indicate that the Anthony Collamore of Scituate was born in England and emigrated as an adult, suggesting that the Scituate birthplace was an incorrect inference (or an error in inserting the data onto a form -- putting the location in the birthplace field instead of a marriage or death field).