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Descendants of Anthony Emery Chapter Four  


James and Margaret (Hitchcock) Emery
357 JAMES EMERY m. 1717 Berwick, York, Me. ELIZABETH (NOCK) SPENCER widow of Isaac Spencer m 3) Thomas Abbott Jr. s/o Thomas and Eliza Abbott d/o Sylvannus Nock. He d. before 19 May [6 Jul.] 1724/6.
    Children b./bp. Berwick, York, Me.:
    *1519 OBED EMERY b. 10 Mar. 1718; bp. 28 Feb. 1719
    1520 JOHN EMERY b. 1719; bp. 28 Feb. 1719
    1521 MARGARET EMERY bp. 10 Apr. 1722
    1522 ELIZABETH EMERY bp. 12 Apr. 1724

359 FRANCES EMERY m. 17 May 1720 Somersworth [Dover], Strafford, NH. [Berwick, York, Me.] JOHN ROBERTS. Res. Somersworth, Strafford, NH.
    Children:
    1523 EBENEZER ROBERTS b. 5 Feb. 1721; m. SARAH [-?-]
    1524 ALEXANDER ROBERTS b. 15 Jan. 1725; m. REBECCA GARLAND
360 REBECCA EMERY m. 1 Jan. 1719 Berwick, York, Me. Capt. DANIEL SMITH of Saco, York, Me. d. 1750; m 2) 28 May 1755 Capt. NATHANIEL LADD of Falmouth, Somerset, Me. he d. 1776. She d. 27 Jan. 1786 Biddeford, York, Me. aet 88. She had one hundred and forty-four descendants: ten children, forty-eight grandchildren, eighty-two great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren.
    Children b. Biddeford, York, Me.:
    *1525 THEOPHILIUS SMITH b. 22 Nov. 1720
    1526 DANIEL SMITH b. 11 Apr. 1722
    *1527 REBECCA SMITH b. 12 Oct. 1724
    *1528 LYDIA SMITH b. 25 Dec. 1727
    1529 MARY SMITH b. 26 Jun. 1729; m. 11 Aug. 1746 JEREMIAH HILL
    1530 NATHANIEL SMITH b. 29 Jan. 1732
    ~1531 ALEXANDER SMITH b. 3 May 1734; d. 28 May 1734
    ~1532 NOAH SMITH b. 11 May 1735; d. 25 Jul. 1738

363 THOMAS EMERY m. 22 Mar. 1731 Berwick [Biddeford], York, Me. SUSANNAH HILL d/o Ebenezer and Abiel (Snell) Hill. His will was made 9 May 1781 and mentions children: James, Ebenezer, and Thomas; other children probably died before the date of his will.
    Children b. Biddeford, York, Me.:
    *1533 JAMES EMERY b. 22 Nov. 1738
    1534 JOSHUA EMERY bp. 19 Feb. 1743/4
    *1535 EBENEZER EMERY bp. 15 Jun. 1746
    1536 NATHAN EMERY
    1537 LOIS EMERY bp. 14 May 1749
    *1538 THOMAS EMERY b. 10 Sep. 1752
    1539 NATHANIEL EMERY bp. 20 Jul. 1755
    1540 SUSANNAH EMERY bp. 12 Mar. 1759
    ?1541 JONAH/JONATHAN EMERY? some records give this child

364 LUCRETIA EMERY m. Biddeford, York, Me. WILLIAM DYER. Res. Biddeford, York, Me.
    Children b. Biddeford, York, Me.:
    1542 JOHN DYER b. 27 Feb. 1742
    1543 SAMUEL DYER b. 12 Oct. 1746
    1544 HUMPHERY DYER b. 2 Jun. 1749
Zachariah and Elizabeth (Goodwin) Emery
365 ELIZABETH EMERY m. 1709 Kittery, York, Me. NATHANIEL TARBOX b. 25 Jan. 1684 Lynn killed by Indians 1723 s/o John and Mary (Haven) Tarbox; m 2) JOHN GRAY. She d. Sep. 1725 Biddeford, York, Me.
    Children:
    *1555 JOSEPH TARBOX b. [1709] c. 1711
    *1556 BENJAMIN TARBOX bp. 1 Mar. 1713 Berwick, York, Me.
    *1557 JOHN TARBOX bp. 11 May 1712 Berwick, York, Me.
    *1558 HAVEN TARBOX b. c. 1718
    1559 SARAH TARBOX b. c. 1720; m. 25 Jul. 1745 JOB ROBERTS
    1560 ELIZABETH TARBOX b. c. 1721; m. 20 Dec. 1755 WILLIAM COLE s/o       Samuel Cole; m. 26 Nov. 1797 WILLIAM PIKE; 3 ch.
    ~1561 STEPHEN TARBOX bp. 21 Feb. 1723/4; d. 27 Sep. 1735
    1562 MARY TARBOX bp. 27 Mar. 1715 Berwick, York, Me.
    ~1562a NATHANIEL TARBOX JR. bp. 4 Apr. 1717; d. 1723

366 ZACHARIAH EMERY 5 Oct. 1690 Kittery, York, Maine m. SARAH BURGE b. 21 May 1691 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma. d. 8 Oct. 1732 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma. b. 21 May 1691 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts d/o John and Tryall (Thayer) Burge.;

m 2) 20 May 1733 Topsfield [Ipswich], Essex, Ma. [Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma.] REBECCA REDDINGTON of Topsfield, Ma.

m 3) [5 May] 26 Jun. 1744 [Acton] Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma. THANKFUL FOSTER m 2) 20 Jun. 1781 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma. John [Jonathan] Spaulding of Carlisle, she d. 31 Aug. 1785 aet 85 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He d. 30 Aug. 1776 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.

Zachariah listed his profession as cordwainer. He moved from Kittery to Chelmsford, Ma. by 1711, the year he was twenty-one, and remained there the rest of his life. In 1719 he was one of a group given liberty to build a stable near the meeting house. In 1725 he served in the militia company of Captain Joseph Blanchard of Dunstable, Ma./NH., as a sentinel, receiving 28/-per week pay. He was a selectman of Chelmsford in 1727-8.

On 26 Jan. 1744/5, by a majority of one, the Massachusetts General Court voted approval of Governor William Shirley's plan to attack and lay siege to the French Fortress of Louisburg on Cape Breton Island, now part of Nova Scotia. The fortress had been established by Louis XIV in the 1600's as a stronghold to protect the mouth of the St. Lawrence and hence to keep French control over traffic moving to the inland ports of the St. Lawrence, the Great Lakes, and beyond. The expedition against it fired the imagination of New Englander's, both as an adventure and as a crusade against the French, a secular enemy responsible for many excursions against their towns, and representatives of the hated Roman Catholic Church. It seemed an appropriate secular concomitant to the enthusiastic religious revival which had occupied much of New England's energy in the previous few years. 4300 New England men, 3250 from Massachusetts including Maine, set out at the end of March 1745, the largest military operation yet mounted by the New England colonies as a group on 30 April, having been joined by a naval force from England, they arrived at Louisburg and commenced a 46 day artillery siege. In June the fort was taken and the Catholic Chapel was stripped of its images and transformed into a Protestant church for a service of Thanksgiving. New England ecstatically celebrated the victory of Protestantism over poverty, as well as the success of a military operation almost entirely of its own making.

Zachariah Emery described his service in the Louisburg expedition in the following petition:
"t His Honou Spencer Phips Esq &c --- The Petition of Zachariah Emmery of Chelmsford in the County of Middlesex Himbly Sheweth -- That he in the month of June A.D. 1745 inlisted into His Majesty's Service in tyhe Expedition against Cape Breton under the Command of Gershom Davis, Captain & that he proceeded thither, & that in the month of October then next following; the General having given Orders for Each Company to choose an Agent to send to Boston, in new England, to make up the Muster-Roll of Each Company, he was then made choice of by the said Davis's Company for the same service and accordingly proceeded to Boston aforsaid & Effested the same Business: & that he was to have returned again to Cape Breton, but was prevented by the Providence of God, being taken sick and continuing so for a long time; that when he left Cape Breton, he left his Gun with & under the care of his son Samuel Emmery who was in the same service under the command of Captain Peter Hunt & that the said son afterward died at Cape Breton, aforsaid, and that the said Petitioners own Gun and his sons Gun were sent in a Chest with other Guns to Zeuber Bukler Commisaru to Briggadr. Dwights Regiment to his Agenht or Attorney Mr. Jarvis of Boston merchant to be delivered to the owners, but it happened through mistake that the said Chest of Guns was delivered by the said Mr. Jarvis to Mr. Wheelwright Commisary General of said Provincce whereby the said Petitioner hath been Prevented receiving his owne Gun & the Gin of his son aforsaide, as he ought to have done, they being his & his son's own property. Your Pertitioner therefore humbly prays you Honour & Honours would be pleased to make an order that he may be allowed out of the publick Treasury of this Province inconsideration of the loss of his own Gun, the sum of ten pounds ten schillings Old Tenor Bills and of his Sons Gun the sum of fifteen pounds Old Tenor Bills being the true value of the said Guns and your Petitioner as in duty bound shall ever pray, &ca. Zachariah Emery"
He was allowed L- -18/- for the guns, rather less than he had asked for; it is probably not unfair to suspect that the guns were not worth the L- -10/- he asked and that indeed he did not expect to collect that much. In looking at the tale of his service, one might also note that it was indeed providential, as he states, that he was back in New England when he took sick, illness proved to be a more treacherous enemy to the occupying forces that the French had been.

The Peace of Aix-la_Chapelle in 1748 temporarily restored order between the French and English, at the cost to England of returning Louisburg to France, to the great disgust of the colonists who had fought so hard to win it. Hostilities resumed in 1755-6, and on 26 Jul. 1758 the English under Lord Jeffery Amherst recaptured Louisburg for good.

Meanwhile, life in Chelmsford went on sort of peaceful. On 30 Oct. 1748, "Zach. Emery did boisterously Interrupt the Rev. Mr. Sawn when preaching and Charged him in a bold and daring manner with preaching falsely." He afterwards made confession of his fault before the whole congregation and asked forgiveness, which is probably more than his great-grandfather would have done. The episode might have had something to do with the Old Light-New Light controversy then raging. Zachariah was a delegate to the ordination of John Rand as minister at Lyndeborough on 7 Dec. 1757. Rand later converted to Anglicanism.

Zachariah Emery appears on a tax list for the south end of Chelmsford in 1775.

His gravestone and that of his third wife Thankful -- called Thankful Emery in spite of her subsequent marriage -- are located in the village cemetery behind the church in the center of Chelmsford. The carving is of excellent quality and preservation. Zachariah and Thankful Emery are buried in the historical section at graves 30 and 29 of the Forefather's Burying Ground at Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.





    Children b. Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts:
    ~1563 SARAH [SARY] EMERY b. 20 Oct. 1713 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma.; d.       before 1727
    ~1564 NOAH EMERY b. 15 Oct. 1714; d. 18 Jul. 1718
    *1565 ZACHARIAH EMERY b. 26 Aug. 1716
    *1566 NOAH EMERY b. 18 Jun. 1720 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma.
    1567 SAMUEL EMERY b. 2 Aug. 1722; member of Capt. Peter Hunt's Co. in the       Louisburg Expedition he d. there after Oct. 1745 Cape Breton
    *1568 JOHN EMERY b. 2 Jan. 1724/5
    *1569 SARAH EMERY b. 17 Aug. 1727
    *1570 DANIEL F. EMERY b. 5 May 1730
    *1571 EBENEZER EMERY b. 1731, bp. 24 Mar. 1745
    *1572 ELIZABETH EMERY b. Sep. 1732
    2nd marriage:
    1573 JAMES EMERY b. 1738 enlisted in the Crown Point Expedition in 1755 in       Capt. John Reed's Co. of Woburn, Ma. and was killed 8 Sep. 1755 Lake       George in a fight with the French and Indians
    children 3rd marriage:
    1574 JOSEPH EMERY bp. 24 Mar. 1745
    ~1575 child stillborn & bur. 20 Jun. 1746
    ~1576 child stillborn & bur. 12 Sep. 1747
    ~1577 THANKFUL EMERY b. 3 Jul. 1749 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma.; d. 9 Oct.       1751 [1757]
    *1578 SAMUEL EMERY b. 3 Jul. 1753 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Ma.

Daniel and Margaret (Gowen) Emery
370 DANIEL [WM. DANIEL] EMERY m. 16 Jun. 1720 Kittery, York, Me. MARY (LORD) HODGDON b. 29 Jul. 1691 d/o Nathan and Martha (Tozier) Lord. He made his will 10 Oct. 1778 and proved 4 Oct. 1779.
    Children b. Kittery, York, Me.:
    *1579 MARTHA EMERY b. 24 Jun. 1721
    ~1580 MARGARET EMERY b. 2 Sep. 1722; probably d. young
    1581 MARGARET EMERY bp. 31 Mar. 1724; m. ALEX GOULD/GOOLD
    1582 ELIZABETH EMERY b. 24 Sep. 1725; m. 29 Oct. 1743 Berwick, York, Me.       WILLIAM HOOPER
    *1583 SARAH L. EMERY b. 1 Oct. 1727
    *1584 DANIEL EMERY b. 18 Aug. 1731

371 NOAH EMERY m. 22 Jan. [1721] 1722 [23 Dec. 1725] Kittery, York, Me. ELIZABETH CHICK d. 15 Jan. 1739/40 d/o Richard and Martha (Tozier) Chick; m 2) 30 Oct. 1740 SARAH COOPER d/o John and Sarah (Lord) Cooper. Resided in the northern part of Eliot, York, Me. He was bred to the trade of a cooper, but was admitted to the bar by taking the required oath. In a certain deed of record he styles himself "a practitioner in the courts". He thus attained the distinction of being, says Willis, "the first lawyer who ever resided in the state of Me." His great grandson Nickolas, grandson of Noah of Exeter, it maybe added in passing, became one of the Justices of the Supreme Court in the same state. The subsequent career of Noah proved that he had not mistaken his calling. The writer already cited characterized him as a lawyer "possessed of much legal acumen and accuracy; a ready draftsman, of quick perceptions and considerable ability, which gave him an extensive practice. He was repeatedly commissioned as "King's attorney" for the province of Me., Attorney General of the State, as he would now be described. A man of bookish tastes, he had an interest in the Portsmouth Social Library and also had a library of his own. To his sons he bequeathed his "books of law, physic, divinity, and history." One of these old law books was a copy of the earliest extant edition of the Laws of the Colony of Massachusetts, the edition of 1660. It now belongs to the Ma. Sate Library where it is carefully kept under lock and key, being "worth its weight in gold", says the librarian, since there are only two or three others in existence. His autograph and the date of its purchase are on the title page. Mr. Emery was also a military man of local consequences, being captain of the "Upper foot" company, in Kittery, in which there were nine other Emery's including the ensign. This office brought him into personal relations with Sir William Pepperrell then in chief command of the military forces of the state. A note from Sir William directing Captain Emery to have a detail of his command at Boston by a certain time discloses this fact. He d. 19 Dec. 1761.

    Children b. York co., Me. :
    ~1585 DANIEL EMERY b. 24 Sep. 1722; d. 24 Dec. 1722
    *1586 DANIEL EMERY b. 19 Nov. 1723
    *1587 NOAH EMERY b. 23 Dec. 1725 [Kittery]
    1588 RICHARD EMERY b. 9 May 1728; m. 1745 Kittery, York, Me. MARY       BLUNT d/o Capt. Jonathan Blunt of Chester, NH. He was captain of the       sixth Co. in 1757, for the Crown Point Expedition. In 1760 he was major of       a Reg. raised by NH. for the invasion of Canada
    ~1589 MARY EMERY b. 12 May 1730; d. 14 Jan. 1736
    *1590 JAPHET EMERY b. 27 Jul. 1732
    ~1591 SARAH EMERY b. 1 Mar. 1733/4; d. 15 Jan. 1736
    ~1592 ELIZABETH EMERY b. 1 Feb. 1735; 14 Jan. 1736
    ~1593 MARY EMERY b. and d. 6 Apr. 1737
    1594 SHEM EMERY b. 6 May 1738; was in Capt. Thomas Bragdon's co.; to       convey stores to Ft. Halifax, May - Jun. 1755; enlisted in one of the       Expeditions of 1758, was Sargent in Capt. James Gowen's Co., in Col.       Jedediah Preble's Reg. 14 Apr. 1758 and 8 Jul. 1758 reported dead. An       old record states that he died at Ft. Edward, Hudson River on that date       and another record says he was in the Co. of Ichabod Goodwin
    ~1595 ELIZABETH EMERY b. 11 Dec. 1739; d. 21 May 1744
    child 2nd marriage
    1596 JOHN EMERY b. 9 Jun. 1743; m. 1766 Berwick, York, Me. MEHITABLE [-?-].       In his will proved 29 Aug. 1799 he call himself a schoolmaster on board the       frigate "Constitution" but mentions no children

372 SIMON EMERY m. 21 Oct. 1725 Kittery [Berwick, S. Berwick], York, Me. MARTHA LORD d. 29 Apr. 1760 d/o Nathan Jr. and Margaret (Hearl) Lord. He made his will 8 Nov. 1760 and proved 22 Nov. 1760. He signed the Kittery Memorial, 20 Mar. 1751 and was one of the "Alarm List" 1757. Grand juror 1744-50, surveyor of highways, 1745-6 and 1748. He d. 10 Nov. 1760.
    Children b. Berwick, York, Me.:
    *1597 MARTHA EMERY b. 6 Aug. 1726
    *1598 SIMON EMERY b. 26 Nov. 1727
    *1599 MARGARET EMERY b. 1 Jul. 1729
    *1600 STEPHEN EMERY b. 21 Mar. 1730
    *1601 SAMUEL EMERY b. 1732
    *1602 JOHN EMERY b. 15 May 1734
    ~1603 MARY EMERY b. 18 Feb. 1737/8; m. JAPHET EMERY (SEE #1590)
    *1604 MERIBAH EMERY b. 20 Mar. 1740
    *1605 SARAH EMERY b. 3 Sep. 1742
    *1606 CHARLES EMERY b. 16 Aug. 1745

373 ZACHARIAH EMERY m. 1727 Kittery, York, Me. ANN HODGDON; m 2) 1736 Kittery, York, Me. HANNAH JOHNSON. Administration was taken out on his estate 30 Apr. 1789. Res. Kittery, York, Me.
    Children:
    ~1607 ANN EMERY b. 26 Feb. 1728; m. DANIEL EMERY (SEE #1586)
    *1608 JAMES EMERY bp. 1 Nov. 1730 Kittery, York, Me.
    *1609 ZACHARIAH EMERY bp. 5 May 1734 Kittery, York, Me.
    2nd marriage:
    1610 PELATIAH EMERY bp. 6 Mar. 1737 Kittery, York, Me. ; d. Jul. 1756
    1611 HANNAH EMERY
    1612 JOSIAH EMERY bp. 4 Feb. 1738/9 Kittery, York, Me.
    1613 HULDAH EMERY bp. 9 Feb. 1755; m. 1775 Kittery, York, Me. [-?-] FROST
    1614 SARAH EMERY m. probably JOSEPH PILLSBURY.
    1615 BETSEY EMERY m. 1779 Kittery, York, Me. [-?-] BOWEN
    1616 SIMEON EMERY

375 CALEB EMERY m. MARY HAMELTON [Hambleton]; m 2) 10 Mar. 1747/8 Berwick [Kittery], York, Me. JANE FROST of Berwick, York, Me. d. 5 Mar. 1767 d/o James and Margaret (Goodwin) Frost. Kings Attorney, 1761; lawyer, farmer and tanner. He read law with his brother Noah and was admitted to the court of Common Pleas in 1750. He was a man of plain manners, of strict integrity, of peaceful character, discouraging litigation among his neighbors, even after he had entered the legal profession. He had the confidence of all with whom he came in contact, and was highly esteemed by his relatives and clients.
    Children:
    *1617 CALEB EMERY b. 6 Apr. 1741
    children 2nd marriage:
    ~1618 son b. and d. 10 Mar. 1748/9
    ~1619 CALEB EMERY b. 10 Feb. 1749/50; d. 29 Sep. 1754
    ~1620 JANE EMERY b. 23 Oct. 1753; d. 30 Sep. 1754
    *1621 JANE EMERY b. 19 Nov. 1759
    *1622 CALEB EMERY b. 27 Jul. 1763
    ~1623 dau. b. and d. 5 Mar. 1767

376 ANN EMERY m. 1733 S. Berwick [Berwick], York, , Me. ELEAZER FERGUSON b. 29 Nov. 1703 Kittery, York, Me. s/o Alexander and Elizabeth (Gowen) Ferguson.
    Children b. Kittery, York, Me.
    1624 ELEAZER FERGUSON b. 15 Dec. 1734
    1625 MEHITABLE FERGUSON b. 24 Jan. 1736
    1626 ANNA FERGUSON b. 5 Jan. 1738
    ~1627 ABIGAIL FERGUSON b. 3 Feb. 1740; m. SAMUEL EMERY (See #1601)
    1628 SUSANNAH FERGUSON b. 19 Feb. 1742
    1629 PHINEAS FERGUSON b. 31 Mar. 1745; m. 10 Dec. 1772 Portsmouth,       NH. MOLLY MITCHELL
    ~1630 EUNICE FERGUSON b. 19 Jul. 1747; m. SAMUEL EMERY JR. (See       #406)
    *1631 WILLIAM FERGUSON b. 21 Jul. 1749
    1632 DANIEL FERGUSON b. 14 Dec. 1751
    1633 MARGARET FERGUSON b. 5 Jun. 1755

377 JOSHUA EMERY m. 4 Nov. 1735 ADAH TIDY b. 22 Jan. 1716 d. 1815 d/o John and Hannah (Morrill) Tidy. In 1766 or 67 Joshua Emery separated from the Congregational Church in Berwick, York, Me. and was called a "New Light". Through his influence, Elder (afterwards doctor) Hezekiah Smith of Haverhill, Essex, Ma. came to Berwick and presented the Baptist cause which resulted in the organization of the First Baptist Church of Berwick, 28 Jun. 1768, the first of that denomination in Me. Mr. Emery's name stands first on the list of seventeen original members and his wife Adah, the first of the six female members. He was elected elder at the first church meeting. He was never ordained but preached most of the time in this church till his death. He built a fourth part of the meeting house and gave it to the church, and a parsonage also. In thought he was independent with his brethren but in the end he generally had the best of it. He d. Feb. 1797.
    Children:
    1634 HANNAH EMERY b. 19 Mar. 1737/8; probably d. young
    *1635 MARGARET EMERY b. 10 Oct. 1739
    ~1636 ADAH EMERY b. 29 Jun. 1741; m. JOHN EMERY (See #1602)
    1637 KEZIAH EMERY b. 7 Mar. 1746; probably d. young
    1638 WILLIAM EMERY bp. 20 Mar. 1747; probably d. young
    1639 JOSHUA EMERY bp. 8 Mar. 1748; probably d. young
    1640 JOHN EMERY bp. 13 Feb. 1750; probably d. young
    1641 MERIBAH EMERY bp. 20 Aug. 1754
    1642 MARY EMERY bp. 20 Aug. 1754; probably d. young
    *1643 HANNAH EMERY b. 1756

378 TIRZAH EMERY m. 12 Jul. 1753 [1754] Berwick, York, Me. DUDLEY JAMES of Exeter, Rockingham, NH. s/o Francis and Elizabeth (Hall) James b. 5 Nov. 1713 d. 24 Feb. 1776 probably his second wife. She d. 2 Dec. 1759.
    Children:
    1644 TIRZAH JAMES b. 15 May 1755; m. [-?-] BROOKE
    1645 CALEB JAMES b. 15 May 1755; m. MARY [-?-]; res. Kittery, York, Me.
    1646 JOSHUA JAMES b. 31 Aug. 1757; d. 4 Oct. 1825; res. Exeter,       Rockingham, NH.
    ~1647 MARY JAMES b. 2 Dec. 1759; m. CALEB EMERY (See #1622)

379 HULDAH EMERY m. 1740 Berwick, York, Me. JOHN BOWDEN. She d. aet ninety-seven c. 1817
    Children:
    1648 MICHAEL BOWDEN b. c. 1761 d. aet 80 1841
    1649 MARY BOWDEN m. JAMES EMERY (See # 5402)

Job and Charity (Nason) Emery
380 JOB EMERY m. 10 Feb. 1725 [1726] Berwick, York, Me. PHOEBE GOODWIN
    Child:
    1650 ELEANOR GOODWIN EMERY bp. 8 Jul. 1744 as an adult

381 CHARITY EMERY m. SAMUEL LUNT will dated 17 Jun. 1752 proved 2 Oct. 1752 s/o Henry and Jane (Browne) Lunt. Res. Falmouth, Cumberland, Me.
    Children:
    1651 SAMUEL LUNT b. 1720; m. int. 3 Oct. 1752 MARY BERRY
    1652 GEORGE LUNT bp. 9 May 1725 Kittery, York, Me.
    1653 DANIEL LUNT b. 7 Sep. 1728 Kittery, York, Me.
    1654 CHARITY LUNT b. 17 Jul. 1730; m. int. 31 May 1780 Falmouth,       Cumberland, Me. WILLIAM PROCTOR
    1655 MARY LUNT b. 23 Aug. 1732; m. int. Falmouth, Cumberland, Me. 6 Mar.       1756 JOHN GOODWIN
    1656 ABRAHAM LUNT m. 22 Oct. 1734
    1657 JANE LUNT b. 1 Oct. 1739; m. int. 30 Oct. 1759 Falmouth, Cumberland, Me.       ZEBULON NOYES
    1658 SARAH LUNT b. 30 Jul. 1742
    *1659 JOB LUNT bp. 2 May 1727

382 SARAH EMERY m. 16 Aug. 1720 Berwick, York, Me. [11 Aug. Portsmouth, Me.] SAMUEL BRACKETT b. 6 Sep 1695 Berwick, York, Me. d. 31 Dec. 1786 Berwick, York, Me. s/o Samuel and Elizabeth (Botts) Brackett. She d. 20 Dec. 1742 Me. Res. Berwick, York, Me.
    Children:
    1660 JOHN BRACKETT b. 29 Jan. 1720/1; bp. 21 Jan. 1728
    1661 ISAAC BRACKETT b. 7 Oct. 1722; bp. 21 Jan. 1728
    1662 SAMUEL BRACKETT b. 5 Aug. 1724; bp. 21 Jan. 1728
    *1663 JAMES BRACKETT 22 Apr. 1726; bp. 21 Jan. 1728
    1664 JOSHUA BRACKETT b. 8 Jul. 1728; bp. 25 Aug. 1729
    1665 MARY BRACKETT b. 2 Oct. 1730 bp. 11 Oct. 1730
    1666 SARAH BRACKETT b. 8 Jun. 1736; bp. 13 Jun. 1736
    1667 JACOB BRACKETT b. 8 Nov. 1737; bp. 20 Nov. 1737
    *1668 ELIZABETH BRACKETT b. 22 Feb. 1732/3 Berwick, York, Me.
    1668a JOSEPH BRACKETT b. 9 Apr. 1739
    1668b SARAH BARACKETT b. 15 Nov. 1742
    1669 BATHSHEBA BRACKETT b. c. 1744

383 JOSEPH EMERY m. 10 Oct. 1726 Berwick [Kittery], York, Me. MEHITABLE STACEY b. 4 Apr. 1706 Kittery, York, Me. d. 1786 S. Berwick, York, Me. d/o William and Mehitable (Weymouth) Stacey. He d. 1 Jul. 1793.
    Children:
    *1670 JAMES EMERY b. 6 Nov. 1728
    *1671 JOHN EMERY b. 22 Jan. 1730
    1672 MARY EMERY b. 25 Nov. 1732
    *1673 ESTHER EMERY b. 31 May 1734
    ~1674 MEHITABLE EMERY b. 10 Mar. 1736; m. JAMES EMERY (See #1608)
    1675 STEPHEN EMERY b. 21 Mar. 1738
    1676 ELIZABETH EMERY b. 28 Feb. 1740
    ~1677 JOSEPH EMERY b. 25 Aug. 1742; m. 30 Oct. 1767 Berwick, York, Me.       REBECCA WAKEFIELD; d. s.p.; Revolutionary War Service; res.       Kennebunkport, York, Me.
    *1678 JOB EMERY b. 29 Jan. 1745
    *1679 WILLIAM EMERY b. 6 Feb. 1747
    *1680 JOSIAH EMERY b. 24 Sep. 1751

386 JONATHAN EMERY m. 1736 Biddeford, York, Me. PHOEBE BRACEY d/o William and Mary (Marston) Bracey. Was on the "Alarm List" 9 May 1758. Probably moved to Biddeford, York, Me.
    Children:
    *1681 JONATHAN EMERY b. 12 Aug. 1737 Biddeford, York, Me.
    1682 REBECCA EMERY b. 22 Nov. 1739
    1683 JOB EMERY bp. 24 Jul. 1748
    1684 CHARITY EMERY bp. 15 Oct. 1750; prob. m. 23 Apr. 1781 Berwick       [Biddeford], York, Me. JOHN TREWORGY
    1685 JOHN EMERY bp. 14 Jun. 1752

NOTE No #1686-8

391 JABEZ EMERY m. 6 Feb. 1744/6 Kennebunk [Kennebunkport, York, Me. ELIZABETH BUTLAND. Removed to that part of Wells now called Kennebunk, Me. York, (1890). He d. 19 May 1790
    Children:
    *1689 JABEZ EMERY bp. 6 Apr. 1746
    1690 GEORGE EMERY b. 27 Aug. 1749
    *1691 JOB EMERY b. 1751
    1692 MARY EMERY b. 1754; m. 1774 Kennebunk, York, Me. JEDEDIAH       GOOCH
    *1693 ISAAC EMERY b. 22 Apr. 1756
    1694 BETSEY EMERY b. Jul. 1759; m. 1783 Biddeford [Kennebunk], York, Me.       SAMUEL GOOCH

Sylvannus and Elizabeth (Emery) Nock/Knock
394 ELIZABETH NOCK/KNOCK
    Child:
    ~1695 DANIEL NOCK/KNOCK b. c. 1697/8; m. Nov. 1722 MARTHA TRICKEY; d.       Berwick, Me. between Sep. 1773/5; s.p.

395 MERCY SARAH NOCK/KNOCK m. 22 Feb. 1703 Dover, Strafford, NH. EPHRAIM JOY b. 1765 Kittery, York, Me. d. 4 Dec. 1716 Berwick, York, Me. s/o Ephraim and M. Susanna (Spencer) Joy; m 2) JOHN BROWN
    Children:
    1696 SARAH JOPY
    1697 EPHRAIM JOY bp. 12 May 1709/10; m. SARAH WALKER; d. 21 Aug. 1770
    *1698 MARY JOY b. c. 1704
    1699 SUSANNA JOPY Bp. 12 May 1709/10
    1700 THOMAS JOY bp. 8 Jun. 1712
    1701 SAMUEL JOY bp. 22 Aug. 1713/4
    1702 BENJAMIN JOY (perhaps)
    1702a NATHANIEL JOY bp. 10 Oct. 1723; m. PATIENCE [-?-]

396 SYLVANNUS NOCK/KNOCK m. 13 Dec. 1706 SARAH DRISCO b. 4 May 1653 Wells, York, Me. d/o John Drisco.
    Children:
    *1703 SAMUEL KNOCK b. 20 Sep. 1707
    *1704 EBENEZER KNOCK b. 16 May 1710
    1705 HENRY KNOCK b. 23 Aug. 1714
    *1706 ESTHER KNOCK b. 21 Nov. 1717
    *1707 SARAH KNOCK b. 11 Jul. 1721
    ~1708 DRISCO KNOCK b. 11 Oct. 1723; m. MARGARET LORD; d. s.p.
    *1709 MERCY KNOCK b. 11 Oct. 1723
    1710 SYLVANNUS KNOCK
    *1711 REBECCA KNOCK

397 THOMAS KNOCK/NOCK m. 5 Nov. 1705 ABIGAIL BRICKLES/BICKELL
    Children: 1712 ABIGAIL KNOCK b. 11 Aug. 1707 Newbury, Essex, Ma.
    1713 ELIZABETH KNOCK
    *1714 REBECCA KNOCK
    *1715 HANNAH KNOCK b. 9 Aug. 1714
    *1716 MARY KNOCK b. 26 Jan. 1717
    *1717 NATHANIEL KNOCK b. 26 Jan. 1717
    1718 JAMES KNOCK b. 1 Aug. 1720; m. ANN TOWBLEY b. 15 Aug. 1724 d/o       Samuel and Judith (Hanson) Towbley
    *1719 MERCY KNOCK b. 4 Apr. 1723
    ~1720 LOVE KNOCK bp. 23 Oct. 1726; unm.
    1721 PATIENCE KNOCK

398 JAMES KNOCK/NOCK m. c. 1700 ABIGAIL THOMAS d/o James Thomas. He d. 1 May 1724
    Children: ~1722 JAMES KNOCK bp. 17 Apr. 1717; d. young
    1723 ELIZABETH KNOCK bp. 20 Oct. 1717
    1724 PATIENCE KNOCK bp. 20 Oct. 1717; m. 29 May 1729 ICHABOD       TIBBETTS
    1725 MARY KNOCK bp. 20 Oct. 1717
    1726 SOBERITY KNOCK bp. 20 Oct. 1717
    1727 ANNE KNOCK bp. 17 Mar. 1719
    1728 LOVE KNOCK bp. 15 Apr. 1722
    1729 JAMES KNOCK bp. 5 Apr. 1724

399 Zachariah Knock/Nock m. Sarah Pitman
    Children:
    *1730 JOSHUA KNOCK b. 13 Oct. 1715
    *1731 JOSEPH KNOCK b. 12 Nov. 1720
    *1732 ZACHARIAH KNOCK b. 1 Aug. 1720
    *1733 BENJAMIN KNOCK b. 12 Jul. 1722
    1734 SARAH KNOCK b. 26 Mar. 1724
    1735 TEMPERANCE KNOCK b. 1 Apr. 1766
    *1736 OLIVE KNOCK b. 28 Feb. 1728/9
    1737 THOMAS KNOCK b. 23 Jan. 1730/1
    1738 JONATHAN KNOCK b. 2 Jun. 1733

John and Sarah (Emery) Thompson
401 JOHN THOMPSON m. 22 Jun. 1709 MARY STACEY b. 6 Apr. 1690 d/o William and Methitable (Weymouth) Stacey.
    Children:
    1739 MERCY THOMPSON m. PHILIP STACKPOLE s/o James and Margaret Warren)       Stackpole
    *1740 ELIZABETH THOMPSON
    *1741 SARAH THOMPSON b. 5 Jun. 1715 S. Berwick, York, Me.
    1742-48 unknown

Gilbert and Sarah (Emery) Warren
403 MARGARET WARREN m. WILLIAM HEARL s/o William and Patience (Etherington) Hearl
    Children:
    1749 THOMAS HEARL
    1750 MARY HEARL m. WILLIAM TIBBETTS
    1751-53 unknown

William and Sarah Weymouth
407a JOHN WEYMOUTH m. Oct. Nov. 1720
    Children:
    ~1754 MARY WEYMOUTH m. NATHAN HOAG (See #273)
    1755 MEHITABLE WEYMOUTH b. 25 Apr. 1731; m. ELIJAH JENKINS

408 TABITHA WEYMOUTH m. JOSEPH JENKINS
    children:
    1756 JOSEPH JENKINS b. 26 Dec. 1730
    ~1757 WILLIAM JENKINS m. PHEBE HOAG (See #286)
    *1758 JOHN JENKINS
    1759 SARAH JENKINS m. JEREMIAH DAVIS
    ~1760 JEMIMA JENKINS m. JOSEPH HOAG (See #282)
    ~1761 KEZIAH JENKINS m. 11 Dec. 1734 DAVID HOAG (See #272)

Joseph and Elizabeth (Washburn) Amory
412 DANIEL AMORY/EMERY m. 14 Dec. 1721 Triverton, Newport, RI. LYDIA HORSWELL.
    Children b. Little Compton, Newport, RI:
    ~1761a DANIEL EMERY b. 19 Nov. 1727
    1761b DANIEL EMERY b. 6 Jan. 1732
    1761c JOHN EMERY b. 26 Sep. 1722
    ~1761d JOSEPH EMERY b. 14 Aug. 1726
    1761e JOSEPH EMERY b. 23 Jun. 1729
    1761f MARY EMERY b. 19 Jun. 1725
    1761g REBECCA EMERY b. 31 Oct. 1723
    1761h SARAH EMERY b. 1730