Emery Family

Research Association




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Emery Research

Index to The Revised Genealogical Records John and Anthony Emery Newbury, Massachusetts


If you wish corrections, new data, or photos insereted into the pages 
submit directly to me; via this sites contact e-mail, and by 
contacting me  via the sites e-mail to make  other arrangments. 

PLEASE NOTE that I will not contact you by mail nor have any one else 
to contact you by mail for material. I have been contacted to relinquish 
my rights or give permission to use material from this site I assume 
and the 1982 book and asking for me donate a copy of the book to him.  
I HAVE NOT GIVEN PERMISSON FOR USE OF ANY OF THIS MATERIAL FOR ANOTHER  
HARD COPY PRINTED VERSION. 

Okay I am going to start back to work on this slowly - I need some input 
- I am going to continue in the format I have for while -  but there 
needs to be some major changes I know - but this was done form the 1982 
book I had published in 1982
 
  • I am going to try and return the lineage line ie ( Judith E. McKee,Reba, Clarence Ovid, charles Sigel, Nathaniel, Ambrose, Ambrose, James, Jonathan, John)
  • I am thinkking of transforming it into RootsMagic and TNG - [The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding, v.7.1.2] - The later would allow immediate updating and corrections of errors, but both means hand keying in all the basic information - Names, dates, places - the rest of the infiormation can be cut and pasted into the notes section - the only and biggest draw back I see would be it would not be in book form and readable as it is presented right now. And it is known it it would support all the data withing these pages
  • >Any and all other complaints, suggestions etc. welcom - this is your site too as well as mine - I am basically just the designer and complier - your the ones who have made this possible over the years by you submissions, YOUR SUPPORT,
  • there is NO CHARGE for the Emery Family Research Association it is FREE - all I ask for is a thank you, donation of material; if you wish to donate monetarialy it won't be rejected
  • I am still maintiaing a staight format manuscript in "WORD", why I do not know - all pages will be checked against it - any new data I have always placed into it since starting the web pages - why in case th website goes down; pages become corrupted and that this could be published in book format only - which I doubt is very unlikely - I can not see that as it is a VERY LARGE work - it was in 3 binders/notebooks that was 3-4 inches you can see the numerous filesbelow - of between 20-50 pages or more; to make it workable in "WORD" The only way would be to do it in "Series form"
  • All I ask is for patience - this is a ONE PERSON project - besides contributions of data to input.
I am sorry that I have neglected the site for the last several years their has been health issues with the friends i live with as well as computer issues - for a while all I had was a 1g 95 unit and a 4g 98SE unit - neither was big enough for the programs and and data files - my XP went dead on August 2008 and it still has most of my files on it - just got to figure how to repair it (was told $400 and would not guarantee it would work) or how to convert the data drive off of it. I am running the online files down now - I have a old back up from the XP but not a current one when it died as it was not performing taskes properly then. This manuscript has been in progress since 1976 in reality, when me and my mother's cousin started our own Emery line's. It began in earnest on John's section when we finally located a book and Charles got the full title and contacted the Library of Congress and obtained a photocopy of it and then had a copy made for me. The preface tells the story of beginning venture into this family and how it leads to here finally. It is a combination of the following works:
  • Revised Genealogical Records of John Emery of Newbury, Massachusetts (1982, Gateway Baltimore, Maryland.) Judith Elaine Burns - this was only the emigrant John's section from the 1890 book below it contained all of the 1890 book as a starting point and revision took on any missing ancestors of John whether male of female.
  • Genealogical Records of John and Anthony Emery of Newbury, Mass. 1890, Emery Cleaves, Salem, Mass.) Rev. Rufus Emery. - this is the original book published in 1890 (In the Archives as PDF)
There are some pamphlets that were published or printed up by the Emery association back then or by those who were helping to compile this book - maybe we can get hold some of them and see if they have data that was not included in the 1890 book. SOme are in the archives as PDF While doing research for John's section I collected any and all information on the descendants of Anthony Emery and any unconnected Emery I came across also. After the printing of the 1982 section on John Emery I started to work on Anthony Emery's section. Since publication of the additions to John's section (since 1982)and Anthony's seems a far fetched idea at this point in time I am going to put my work on this site and hope everyone will appreciate it and use it wisely for personal use and research only and give credit where due. Also I hope that you will help me correct and add to it as we go along. Below are the files there are 143:

on the left is the miscellaneous card file of Emery, Hoag, Buswell, Bailey and Ordway. Computerization of these began sometime after October 1986 when I got my first computer - a Kaypro 2 5 1/4 floppy drive only with WordStar as the word processing program - and in 1997 I finally graduated to a very troublesome computer with some of the bells and whistles cd, 5 1/4 (of course), 3 1/2, 1.2 hard drive and a modem I never used for long while - I had WordPerfect so I installed it and used it but did not convert all of files to it immediately - I worked on getting files that still needed to be computerized done. Then in 1997/8 a distant cousin gave me office 97 and I started using it - but it would not convert Wordstar files so I had to go through WordPerfect first then to Word - when one of the last major computer "primary Hard Drive Failure" episodes which occurred quite often and when I it got back I made a point to convert all remaining files of the manuscript to WordPerfect without opening up this was about 2002 - and hoping all would be there... Of these only the ones I lost lost data of were eight or nine files that did not permit me to open and convert from WordPerfect to Word files. I had transferred these all over off of floppy on the hard drive or so I thought; but these files were not on the hard drive and it was the floppy which failed. They had to typed back in from the paper copy as the data could not be salvage from the floppy disk; they were split down further at this point to 13 files because of size of the material within. I know probably some of the original purchasers of the Book on John's section are deceased and possibly some that started to help me on Anthony's section - they all are missed and their great support. The wonderful memories of the support, correspondence etc. flooded back as I came across either their names within the manuscript - or their correspondence yet to be added. I have retained all files as Word files also to work with and to redo web pages with - and if pre chance there is any dream - hope of it ever being printed in hard copy. Also to share with others through CD when more work are done on them, if all hope of anything other than web pages exists. I have ditched all the paper files of the manuscript - even tho generations 1-6 looks as if I had redone them - but that was prior to 25 Oct 2001 as one of the famous computer melt downs of "primary hard drive failure" occurred and I went to "windows 98" only to not be able to use my printer I had since 1990 so had to do without a printer for several months till could afford one - and I am still using that one which is a printer/scanner/copier - I doubled check to see if I had written any new data in on them there were a few notation - so I made sure they are in the files. Now it is time to tackle my e-mails, my snail mail correspondence and my folder of notes etc to see where I stand. For while I will try and add to this using my table below. Also because the files need to be cleaned up, formatted better and reviewed for typing errors - I can not afford the paper, and the black and color cartridges of ink that it would take to print it all out right now. The first pages were made by lettign WORD make my pages - but this put in alot of unneeded coding that was very hard to work with and made it very had to add to andy page esily without alot of re-editing and formatting. I know here are some alignment corrections needed - but over all I think through the various conversions from one word processing program to another it retained pretty well my basic format - I just did a quick visual to make sure all files converted correctly and are there in full as per paper file. So till I get back to the - poor aligned ones bear with me but I felt it is more important to see what files existed as a computer file and if they converted - then onward and forward with more cleanup. I have learned more html and some javascript coding so will be re-organizing the site in the future. Any corrections and additions are welcome; just reference with the numbers from the online manuscript, also the file name from the address bar would be appreciated ei http://www. emery.research. pasttracker.com/ john-anthony004/ emery4a1. htm the " john-anthony004" and "emery4a1" tells me right where to go and saves time. A generational outline especially if double lineages are involved - I am also trying to eliminate is a double entry if at all possible. Your own website on your Emery ancestor? want a link from the descendant within in here your site? Please send it and I will link it. I was having trouble with the 1st file of Chapter 5 of opening and allowing me to edit it thus hopefully to avoiding future trouble I split it thus the blank spaces in the chart below. If you have any trouble of the whole file opening up please let me know and I will split the file immediately. I am s plitting the larger files up as I go now also to avoid any problems hopefully. Differing data can be found within [ ]. Adopted children will be carried out under the adopted parents if it is known that the child was adopted; otherwise the descendants are as presented to me. The mark ~ indicates that the person is not carried out in the next generation they either died unmarried or s.p. [without issue]; and * indicates that the line is continued on for at least another generation. Thanks for all your support and encouragement and data over the years. - I am starting to reformat some of the pages as the corrections are coming in - a new page design, and eliminating the abbrevations for the state and month and others. I am also working on the text formatting - it is slowly getting better - I hope you will be patient with me - I hope to start researching as I can Maybe one day I can afford to rejoin New England Historical and Genealogical Society. Just remember these are your ancestors too, this is your site - and without your contributions none of it would of been possible. Some have said the search engine on main page is not producing results - here is one just for the book section - see will see what it does -
site search by freefind advanced
 
I have indicated the main descendant John or Anthony after the Chapter 
information Chapter # and file # for that file - maybe this will help 
some people also.
 
I have it sub-divided into John and Anthony section and each chapter
 has its own folder(s) 

Key:
  • Chapter ID (tile & # Folders): Chapter One - 1
  • Main descendannt: = John
  • Profile # of Parent: #'s 1 this will idicate the starting & ending # in file
  • List of children: [child#'s = 12-66] this will idicate the starting & ending # in file
Thus if you are Looking for John #1's child who is #8 has a family you will go down to the square that has #'s 3-8; and you can chase backwards by reversing the procedure. I am told that this table is to complicated to understand and use so I will be trying some linking and breaking up data into smaller groups or just one proflie - which will mean longer file names and more pages within the website to cope with. but I will keep the folders as is for now.
New Page format
preface Miscelleanous Title pg 1890
Title pg 1982 Sources
Old or Mixture of Pages formats
Chapter One - 1
John
#'s 1
[child#'s = 3-8]
Chapter One - 2
Anthony
#'s2
[child#'s = 9-11]
Chapter Two - 1
John
#'s 3-8
[child#'s = 12-66]
Chapter Two - 2
Anthony
#'s 9-11
[child#'s = 67-76]
Chapter Three - 1
John
#'s 12-66
[child#'s = 77-355]
Chapter Three - 2
Anthony
#'s 67-76
[child#'s = 356-415]
Chapter Four - 1
John
#'s 77-173
[child#'s = 416-831]
Chapter Four - 2
John
#'s 174-190
[child#'s = 832-926]
Chapter Four - 3
John
#'s 191-270
[child#'s = 927-1229]
Chapter Four - 4
John
#'s 271-354
[child#'s = 1230-1518]
Chapter Four - 5
Anthony
#'s 355-423
[child#'s = 1519-1761h]
Chapter Five - 1
John
#'s 424-574
[child#'s = 1762-2104a]
Chapter Five - 2
John
#'s 574-712
[child#'s = 2105-2480]
Chapter Five - 3
John
#'s 713-807
[child#'s = 2481-3128]
Chapter Five - 4
John
#'s 808-991
[child#'s = 3129-3553]
Chapter Five - 5
John
#'s 992-13
[child#'s = 3554-3922a]
Chapter Five - 6
John
#'s 1139-1293
[child#'s = 3923-4302]
Chapter Five - 7
John
#'s 1294-1412
[child#'s = 4302-4715]
Chapter Five - 8
John
#'s 1413-1518
[child#'s = 4716-5113]
Chapter Five - 9
Anthony
#'s 1519-1605
[child#'s = 5114-5395]
Chapter Five - 10
Anthony
#'s 1606-1758
[child#'s = 5396-5613]
Chapter Six - 1
John
#'s 1762 -1995
[child#'s = 5615-6036]
Chapter Six - 2
John
#'s 1996-2172
[child#'s = 6037-6194]
Chapter Six - 3
John
#'s 2174-2314
[child#'s = 6195-6454]
Chapter Six - 4
John
#'s 2315-2474
[child#'s = 6455-6845]
Chapter Six - 5
John
#'s 2475-2682
[child#'s = 6890-7785]
Chapter Six - 6
John
#'s 2998-3108k
{7786-8236g]
Chapter Six - 7
John
#'s 3109-3221
[child#'s = 8236h-8441]
Chapter Six - 8
John
#'s 3213-3428
[child#'s = 8442-8667]
Chapter Six - 9
John
#'s 3429-3483
[child#'s = 8669-8878]
Chapter Six - 10
John
#'s 3485-3603
[child#'s = 8879-9009]
Chapter Six - 11
John
#'s 3604-3710
[child#'s = 9100-9319]
Chapter Six - 12
John
#'s 3713-3787
[child#'s = 9320-9932]
Chapter Six- 13
John
#'s 3788-3970
[child#'s = 9933-10219]
Chapter Six -14
John
#'s 3971-4134
[child#'s = 10220-10641]
Chapter Six- 15
John
#'s 4139-4272
[child#'s = 10642-11006]
Chapter Six- 16
John
#'s 4273-4585
[child#'s = 11007-11605]
Chapter Six- 17
John
#'s 4586-4713
[child#'s = 11606-11905]
Chapter Six- 18
John
#'s 4712-4888a
[child#'s = 11906-12999a]
Chapter Six - 19
John
#'s 4891-4993
[child#'s = 12301-12622]
Chapter Six - 20
John
#'s 4994-5112
[child#'s = 12623-12911]
Chapter Six - 21
Anthony
#'s5114-5347
[child#'s = 12912-13451]
Chapter Six - 22
Anthony
#'s 5348-5480
[child#'s = 13452-13783]
Chapter Six - 23
Anthony
#'s 5481-5611a
[child#'s = 13784-14010n]
There may be some lost data
in the next few files as
these are the ones that the
disk would not read on.
These are fromthe paper
copy; lost all data on
hard drive on old computer.
Chapter Seven - 1
John
#'s 5613 - 5864
[child#'s = 14011 - 14471]
Chapter Seven - 2
John
#'s 5871- 6116
[child#'s = 14472 - 14767r]
Chapter Seven - 3
John
#'s 6118 - 6405
[child#'s = 14767s -15128]
Chapter Seven - 4
John
#'s 6409 - 6527
[child#'s = 15129 - 15398
Chapter Seven - 5
John
#'s 6528 - 6728
[child#'s = 15399 - 15737]
Chapter Seven - 6
John
#'s 6731 - 6982
[child#'s = 15739 - 15994v]
Chapter Seven - 7
John
#'s 6983 - 7117
[child#'s = 15994w - 16008f]
Chapter Seven - 8
John
#'s 7120 - 7220
[child#'s = 16008g - 16016]
Chapter 7 - 9
John
#'s 7725 - 7934
[child#'s = 16017 - 16184]
Chapter Seven - 10
John
#'s 7939 - 8038
[child#'s = 16185 - 16485]
Chapter 7 - 11
John
#'s 8043 - 8214
[child#'s = 16486 - 16755]
Chapter 7 - 12
John
#'s 8215 - 8308
[child#'s = 16984 - 16990]
Chapter 7 - 13
John
#'s 8153 - 8499a
[child#'s = 16691 - 7222m]
End of Lost data
I hope - others work and did not Touch
Chapter 7 - 14
John
#8500-8842
[child#'s = 17223-17610]
Chapter Seven - 15
John
#'s 8843 -9052
[child#'s = 17691 - 17998]
Chapter Seven - 16
John
#'s 9055 - 9200
[child#'s = 17999 - 18219}
Chapter Seven - 17
John
#'s 9203 - 9856
[child#'s = 18220 - 18499]
Chapter 7 - 18
John
#'s 9867 - 10132
[child#'s = 18500 - 18849]
Chapter Seven - 19
John
#'s 10141 - 10314
[child#'s = 18850 - 19076]
Chapter Seven - 20
John
#'s 10318 - 10577
[child#'s = 19077 - 19316]
Chapter Seven - 21
John
#'s 10578-10717
[child#'s = 19317- 19561 ]
Chapter Seven - 22
John
#'s 10722 -10972
[child#'s = 19562 - 19808]
Chapter Seven - 23
John
#'s 10873 - 11082
[child#'s = 19809 - 19881o/1 ]
Chapter Seven - 24
John
#'s 11083 - 11310e
[child#'s = 19881p - 20043r]
Chapter Seven -25
John
#'s 11311 - 11522
[child#'s = 20044 - 20306]
Chapter Seven - 26
John
#'s 11523 - 11614
[child#'s = 20307 - 20552]
Chapter Seven - 27
John
#'s 11615 - 11702
[child#'s = 20553 - 20775]
Chapter Seven - 28
John
#'s 11703 - 11813
[child#'s = 20776 - 21011]
Chapter Seven - 29
John #'s 11823 - 11995
[child#'s = 21011 - 21236]
Chapter Seven - 30
John
#'s 11999 - 12117
[child#'s = 21237 - 21457c]
Chapter Seven - 31
John #'s 12114 - 12341
[child#'s = 21458 - 21766 ]
Chapter Seven - 32
John
#'s 12363 - 12585
[child#'s = 21767 - 22115]
Chapter Seven - 33
John
#'s 12586 - 12806
[child#'s = 22116 - 22386]
Chapter Seven - 34
John
#'s 12806 - 12899
[child#'s = 22387 - 22613]
Chapter Seven - 35
Anthony
#'s 12913 - 13048
[child#'s = 22614 - 22829]
Chapter Seven - 36
Anthony
#'s 13050 - 13162
[child#'s = 22830 - 223025]
Chapter Seven - 37
Anthony
#'s 13169 - 13324
[child#'s = 23026 - 23308]
Chapter Seven - 38
Anthony
#'s 13331 - 13388
[child#'s = 23309 - 23521]
Chapter Seven - 39
Anthony
#'s 13389 - 13535
[child#'s = 23522 - 23821]
Chapter Seven - 40
Anthony
#'s 13537 - 13681
[child#'s = 23822 - 24089]
Chapter Seven - 41
Anthony
#'s 13682 - 13815
[child#'s = 24090 - 24425]
Chapter Seven - 42
Anthony
#'s 13818 - 14010n
[child#'s = 24427 - 24627n ]
Chapter Eight - 1
John
#'s 14032 - 14232
[child#'s = 24673 - 24923]
Chapter Eight - 2
John
#'s 14233 - 14363
[child#'s = 24924 - 25151 ]
Chapter Eight - 3
John
#'s 14366 - 14595
[child#'s = 25133 - 25485 ]
Chapter Eight - 4
John
#'s 14597 - 14704
[child#'s = 25493 - 25650]
Chapter Eight - 5
John
#'s 14705 - 14970
[child#'s = 25651 - 25962]
Chapter Eight - 6
John
#'s 14972 - 15174
[child#'s = 25963 - 26136 ]
Chapter Eight 7
John
#'s 15175 - 15256
[child#'s = 26137 - 26345 ]
Chapter Eight - 8
John
#'s 15250 - 15494
[child#'s = 26348 - 26637]
Chapter Eight - 9
John
#'s 15498 - 15876a
[child#'s = 26630 - 26926]
Chapter Eight - 10
John
#'s 15901 - 16002u
[child#'s = 26927 - 27512 ]
Chapter Eight - 11
John
#'s 16002v - 16010d/2
[child#'s = 27153 - 27347p]
Chapter Eight - 12
John
#'s 16010d/3 - 16013z/30
[child#'s = 27347q - 27413r]
Chapter Eight - 13
John
#'s 16014c - 16069
[child#'s = 27414 = 27592]
Chapter Eight - 14
John
#'s 16070 - 16170
[child#'s = 27593 - 27845]
Chapter Eight - 15
John
#'s 16171 -16520?
[child#'s = 27846 - 26311a]
Chapter Eight - 16
John
#'s 16539 - 17207
[child#'s = 28313 - 28782]
Chapter Eight - 17
John
#'s 17212 - 17686
[child#'s = 28783 - 29224]
Chapter Eight - 18
John
#'s 17688 - 18337
[child#'s = 29345 - 29651]
Chapter Eight - 19
John
#'s 18343 - 18845
[child#'s = 29652 - 30119 ]
Chapter Eight - 20
John
#'s 18847 - 19316
[child#'s = 30120 - 30499]
Chapter Eight - 21
John
#'s 19335 - 19880a
[child#'s = 30449a - 30923 ]
Chapter Eight - 21
John
19880 - 20276
[child#'s = 30924 - 31292 ]
Chapter Eight - 22
John
20277 - 20610
[child#'s = 31293 - 31715 ]
Chapter Eight - 23
John
#'s 20612 - 20904
[child#'s = 31716 - 31987 ]
Chapter Eight - 24
John
#'s 20907 - 21299
[child#'s = 31989 - 32240 ]
Chapter Eight - 25
John
#'s 21301 - 21774
[child#'s = 32241 - 32538 ]
Chapter Eight - 26
John
#'s 21775 - 22584a
[child#'s = 32539 - 32765 ]
Chapter Eight- 27
John
#'s 22385 - 22607
[child#'s = 32766 - 33075 ]
Chapter Eight 28
Anthony
#'s 22615 - 22908
[child#'s = 33076 - 33407 ]
Chapter Eight 29
Anthony
#'s 22916 - 23209
[child#'s = 33408 - 33788 ]
Chapter Eight 30
Anthony
#'s 23254 - 23563
[child#'s = 33789 - 34162 ]
Chapter Eight 31
Anthony
#'s 23564 - 24022
[child#'s = 34463 - 34526 ]
Chapter Eight 32
Anthony
#'s 24023 - 24280
[child#'s = 34527 - 34800 ]
Chapter Eight 33
Anthony
#'s 24201 - 24672n
[child#'s = 34801 - 35083 ]
Chapter Nine - 1
John
#'s 24679 - 25534
[child#'s = 35074 - 35117j]
Chapter Nine - 2
John
#'s 25532 - 26147
[child#'s = 35118 - 35432 ]
Chapter Nine - 3
John
#'s 26148- 26477
[child#'s = 35433 - 35748]
Chapter Nine - 4
John
#'s 26480 - 27154
[child#'s = 35749 - 36135]
Chapter Nine - 5
John
#'s 27429 - 27426
[child#'s = 36136 - 36331 ]
Chapter Nine - 6
John
#'s 27429 - 27972
[child#'s = 36332 - 36709 ]
Chapter Nine - 7
John
#'s 28019 - 28732
[child#'s = 36730 - 37031]
Chapter Nine - 8
John
#'s 28736 - 29621
[child#'s = 37932 - 37383 ]
Chapter Nine - 9
John
#'s 29632 - 30364
[child#'s = 37384 - 37758 ]
Chapter Nine - 10
John
#'s 30372 - 31302
[child#'s = 37789 - 38207 ]
Chapter Nine -11
John
#'s 31303 - 31692
[child#'s = 38210 - 38783 ]
Chapter Nine - 12
John
#'s 31693 - 32700
[child#'s = 38782a - 49104 ]
Chapter Nine - 13
John
#'s 32705 - 32890
[child#'s = 40105 - 49326 ]
Chapter Nine - 14
John
#'s 32891 - 33070
[child#'s = 40327 - 49534]
Chapter Nine - 15
Anthony
#'s 33076 - 33748
[child#'s = 40534a - 40734 ]
Chapter Nine - 16
Anthony
#'s 33750 - 34394
[child#'s = 40735 - 40966 ]
Chapter Nine - 17
Anthony
#'s 34395 - 35083
[child#'s = 40967 - 41358 ]
Chapter Ten - 1
John
#'s 35074 - 35105+
[child#'s = 41359 - 41654 ]
Chapter Ten - 2
John
#'s 35106+ - 35490
[child#'s = 41655 - 41916 ]
Chapter Ten - 3
John
#'s 35492 - 35902
[child#'s = 41917 - 32206 ]
Chapter Ten -4
John
#'s 35093 - 36276l
[child#'s = 42207 - 42430 ]
Chapter Ten - 5
John
#'s 36256n - 37031
[child#'s = 42431 - 42599]
Chapter Ten - 6
John
#'s 33039 - 37298
[child#'s = 42708 - 42952]
Chapter Ten - 7
John
#'s 37383 - 37662
[child#'s = 42958 - 43195a]
Chapter Ten - 8
John
#'s 37563 - 38090
[child#'s = 43196 - 43367]
Chapter Ten - 9
John
#'s 38091 - 39927
[child#'s = 43368 - 43595]
Chapter Ten - 10
John
#'s 39928 - 40155
[child#'s = 43596 - 43900]
Chapter Ten -11
John
#'s 40158 - 40321
[child#'s = 43901 - 44094]
Chapter Ten - 12
John
#'s 40322 - 40534
[child#'s = 44095 - 44297]
Chapter Ten - 13
Anthony
#'s 40538 - 41258
[child#'s = 44297 - 44597]
Chapter Eleven - 1
#'s 41364 - 41890a
[child#'s = 44599 - 44824 ]
Chapter Eleven - 2
John
#'s 41871 - 41949
[child#'s = 44826 - 45011]
Chapter Eleven - 3
John
#'s 41950 - 42159
[child#'s = 45013 - 45353 ]
Chapter Eleven - 4
John
#'s 42160 - 42466
[child#'s = 45354 - 45579]
Chapter Eleven - 5
John
#'s 42471 - 42809
[child#'s = 45580 - 45824 ]
Chapter Eleven - 6
John
#'s 42812 - 43000
[child#'s = 45825 - 46001]
Chapter Eleven - 7
John
#'s 43003 - 43346
[child#'s = 46002 - 46373]
Chapter Eleven - 8
John
#'s 43353 - 43713
[child#'s = 46374 0 46718 ]
Chapter Eleven - 9
John
#'s 43714 - 43___
[child#'s = 46720 - 46902 ]
Chapter Eleven - 10
Anthony
#'s 44000 - 44297
[child#'s = 46903 - 46994 ]
Chapter Eleven - 11
Anthony
#'s 44292 - 44588
[child#'s = 46885 - 47286]
Chapter Twelve - 1
John
#'s 46603 - 44840
[child#'s = 47287 - 47416]
Chapter Twelve - 2
John
#'s 44841 - 45004
[child#'s = 47417 - 47701]
Chapter Twelve - 3
John
#'s 45005 - 45213
[child#'s = 47702 - 47948]
Chapter Twelve - 4
John
#'s 45213 - 45611
[child#'s = 44749 - 48131 ]
Chapter Twelve - 5
John
#'s 45613 - 46419
48132 - 48365]
Chapter Twelve - 6
John
#'s 46421 - 46793
[child#'s = 48366 - 48467]
Chapter Twelve - 7
Anthony
#'s 46995 - 47286
[child#'s = 48458 - 48724 ]
Chapter Thirteen - 1
John
#'s 47324 - 47472
[child#'s = 48725 - 48901]
Chapter Thirteen - 2
John
#'s 47463 - 48442
[child#'s = 48902 - 49138]
Chapter Thirteen - 3
Anthony
#'s 48491 - 48738
[child#'s = 49139 - 49211]
Chapter Fourteen - 1
John
#'s 48736 - 49087
[child#'s = 49212 - 49211]
Chapter Fourteen - 2
Anthony
#'s 49207 - 49208
[child#'s = 49243 - 49246]
They are all up now as
of 6 p.m. 11/10/06 ENJOY!

 

Lydia Emery m. James Bailey NOTE: both the brothers John  Emery 
married Alice Grantham and  Anthony  Emery  married Francis 
Porter are listed as being the father of Lydia (Emery) Bailey 
depending upon which account is given  -  thus  I am  treating 
her as a daughter of both for now -  It is easier to list her 
data seperate  than to include it as a part of the above 
manuscript  

Generation 2 Generation 3 Generation 4 Generation 5
Generation 6 Generation 7 Generation 8Generation 9
Generation 10Generation 11Generation 12Generation 13
Generation 14   





Timeline book to computer files to website (found at end of chapter 14) Johns's Completed into computer files - 18 May 1989 7:10 pm. Anthony's Completed into computer files - 22 Jun. 1989 10.03 am ADDITONS, Corrections and renumbering started 1989 and stopped 23 Aug. 1990 and started in again Aug. 1993 -- 11 Aug. 1996 4:45 p.m. STOPPED AGAIN BUT TRANSLATED TO WORD PERFECT in 2001 Decided to go Website and pages on about 16 Jul 2003





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