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Descendants of John Emery - Chapter 7 part 14  


Stephen and Hannah (Little) Emery
8500 POLLY/MARY EMERY m. 9 Aug. 1802 Newbury [Newburyport], Essex, Massachusetts DAVID ORDWAY JR. . of W. Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts b. Sep. 1788 d. Oct. 1847. She d. 21 Oct. 1819 buried Sawyer Hill Cemetery Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts
    Children b. Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts:
  • *17223 HANNAH MOODY ORDWAY b. 15 Nov. 1803
  • ~ 17224 MARY MALVINA ORDWAY b. 12 Aug. 1806; m. JOHN SARGENT; d. s.p. 1838
  • *17225 WARREN MOODY ORDWAY b. 17 May 1810
8502 SARAH EMERY m. 2 Nov. 1807 Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts RICHARD RAND d. 14 Apr. 1845 of Rye, New Hampshire She d. 20 Mar. 1865
    Children:
  • *17226 HANNAH LITTLE RAND b. 1808
  • 17227 SARAH EMERY RAND b. 12 Jan. 1822
8504 EDWARD EMERY m. 22 Mar. 1836 W. Newbury [Newburyport], Essex, Massachusetts Mrs. SARAH QUIMBY. He d. 1878
    Children:
  • *17228 HANNAH L. EMERY b. 1836
  • 17229 STEPHEN EMERY b. 1838
Enoch and Sarah (Sargent) Emery
8506 ELIZABETH EMERY m. 16 Feb. 1815 AMOS PICKARD
    Children:
  • *17230 JEREMIAH PICKARD b. 4 Aug. 1817
  • *17231 ENOCH EMERY PICKARD b. 18 Aug. 1818
  • *17232 JOSEPH PICCKARD b. 22 Jul. 1820
  • *17233 JOHN D. PICKARD b. 22 Mar. 1822
  • *17234 ELLIS W. PICKARD b. 13 Dec. 1823
  • *17235 MEHETABLE D. PICKARD b. 3 Dec. 1826
NOTE: No #
  • 17236-7

    8506 SARAH EMERY m. 10 Aug. 1810 REUBEN FELLOWS of Canterbury, New Hampshire
      Children:
    • 17238 EMILY MERRILL FELLOWS b. 1811; m. JESSIE HALEY b. 25 Aug. 1833
    • 17239 SARAH ANN FELLOWS b. 18 Nov. 1812; d. 1850
    • 17240 ELIABETH EMERY FELLOWS b. 14 Nov. 1814; m. 16 Oct. 837 JOSEPH M. FOSTER
    • 17241 ENSIGN SARGENT FELLOWS b. 21 Nov. 1816; m. 13 Apr. 1840 ABBBIE J. WESTON
    • 17242 MARY HALE FELLOWS b. 1 Sep. 1818; m. 5 Dec. 1839 JONATHAN FOSTER
    • ~ 17243 MOSES AUGUSTUS FELLOWS b. 18 Dec. 1820; d. 10 Jul. 1822
    • 17244 MOSES AUGUSTUS FELLOWS b. 13 Nov. 1822
    • *17245 SUSAN EMERY FELLOWS b. 26 Jan. 1825
    • 17246 REUBEN LYMAN FELLOWS b. 8 Sep. 1827
    • ~ 17247 AUGUSTA CAROLINE FELLOWS b. 4 Dec. 1829; d. Oct. 1846
    8509 HANNAH EMERY m. 16 May 1811 JACOB SMITH b. 8 Aug. 1785 d. 26 Jul. 1865 of Dunbarton, New Hampshire She d. 2 May 1873.
      Children:
    • *17248 EDMUND EMERY SMITH b. 22 Jun. 1812
    • ~ 17249 LUCINDA A. SMITH b. 1 Dec. 1813; d. 15 Feb. 1824 Dunbarton, New Hampshire
    • *17250 ABIGAIL SMITH b. 27 Jul. 1815
    • *17251 JACOB B. SMITH b. 30 Oct. 1817
    • *17252 SARAH EMERY SMITH b. 26 Jun. 1819
    • ~ 17253 ISREAL NEWELL SMITH b. 9 Apr. 1822 Canterbury, New Hampshire; m . 21 Apr. 1842 CORNELIA BATES of N. Brookfield, New Hampshire; m 2nd 19 Jul. 1855 JULIA COLLINS of Newton, Massachusetts; graduated Berkshire Medical College, Massachusetts; practiced medicine in Lake Providence, La., Haverhill, Massachusetts; d. Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan 29 Mar. 1883, s.p.
    • ~ 17254 HANNAH SMITH b. 11 Feb. 1824; d. 2 Jun. 1826
    • ~ 17255 GEORGE O. SMITH b. 16 Dec. 1825 Dunabrton, New Hampshire; m. MALINDA LUNT of Bradford, Massachusetts; graduated in Medicine Woodstock, Vermont; assistant Surgeon 53rd Reg. Illinois Vol.; d. Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan, s.p.
    • *17256 CHARLES C. SMITH b. 22 Feb. 1829
    • 17257 ALMIRA P. SMITH b. 22 Feb. 1831
    • 17258 LORANN SMITIH b. 22 Feb. 1833; d. Mar 1849, unm.
    • ~ 17259 DAVID G. SMITH 26 Nov. 1835; d. 29 Oct. 1869, unm.
    8512 ENOCH EMERY m. 1 Oct. 1818 Canterbury, Merrimack, Maine ABIGAIL PICKARD b. 17 Jan. 1791 d. 12 Sep. 1879. He d. 1 Oct. 1879 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
      Children:
    • *17260 ELIZA ANN EMERY b. 25 Aug. 1819
    • *17261 MOSES MOODY EMERY b. 9 Dec. 1821
    • 17262 APPHIA MARIA EMERY b. 18 May 1824; d. 15 Feb. 1852 Stewartstown, New Hampshire
    • 17263 MARY EMERY b. 22 Jan. 1827; d. Oskaloosa, Iowa 10 Jan.1858
    • 17264 CHARLES SARGENT EMERY b. 22 Jul. 1830; m. SARAH N. GARLAND 5 Apr. 1856
    • *17265 DANIEL EMERY b. 27 Mar. 1833
    8517 MOODY EMERY m. 17 May 1831 7 May 1831 Canterbury, Merrimack, Maine SUSAN [SUSANNAH] WHIDDEN
      Children b. Canterbury, Merrimack, New Hampshire:
    • *17266 HANNAH EMERY b. 1 Jun. 1832
    • *17267 STEPHEN MOODY EMERY b. 21 Nov. 1837
    Samuel and Hannah (Emery) Moody
    8520 HANNAH MOODY m. 28 Mar. 1811 PAUL PEARSON DOWNER d. aet 58 16 Oct. 1852. She d. 5 Sep. 1872. Both buried Sawyer Hill Cemetery Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts
      Children:
    • 17268 SAMUEL M. DOWNER b. 2 Jan. 1812; d. 8 Oct. 1839
    • 17269 THOMAS P. DOWNER b. 24 Feb. 1813
    • 17270 DOLLY S. DOWNER b. 10 Nov. 1814; m. Nov. 1838 WILLIAM PAGE
    • 17271 NANCY M. DOWNER b. 4 Aug. 1816; m. Nov. 1839 JOSEPH PICKETT
    • 17272 MOSES N. DOWNER b. 28 Jul. 1818; m. SARAH E. KELSEY
    • 17273 HANNAH M. DOWNER b. 10 Mar. 1823; m. Sep. 1846 OTTO HERMAN; d. 11 May 1847
    • ~ 17274 ELIABETH DOWNER b. 29 Jun. 1826; d. 28 Feb. 1831
    • 17275 JAMES R. DOWNER b. 25 Oct. 1831
    • 17276 JOSEPH S. DOWNER d. aet 30, Jan. 1851 San Francisco, California
    8521 SALLY MOODY m. MOSES NEWELL of Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
      Children:
    • ~ 17277 REBECCA NEWELL b. 27 Jul. 1816; d. 28 Aug. 1827
    • 17278 JOSEPH MOODY NEWELL b. 12 Jun. 1819; m. Oct. 1845 BETSEY MOODY; d. 28 May 1884
    • ~ 17279 MOSES NEWELL b. 4 Dec. 1820; d. 9 Dec. 1821
    • 17280 MOSES NEWELL b. 16 Sep. 1822; m. 7 Jan. 1864 CATHERINE HILL; d. 9 Jul. 1884
    • ~ 17281 SARAH ELIABETH NEWELL b. 29 May 1824; d. 21 Jan. 1827
    • 17282 REBECCA NEWELL b. 4 Dec. 1827; m. 30 Dec. 1864 HANNIBAL E. CHASE he d. 19 Apr. 1884
    • 17283 JOHN NEWELL b. 31 Mar. 1830; m. 1867 JUDITH HILL
    • 17284 SAMUEL NEWELL b. 22 May 1833; m. 1 May 1867 MARY L. MARSHALL
    • 17285 CHARLES NEWELL b. 4 Apr. 1836; m. Apr. 1858 FREDERICA BOYDEN; d. 23 Jun. 1858
    • 17286 RICHARD NEWELL b. 17 Apr. 1839; m. 29 May 1863 LYDIA POOR
    8522 ELIA MOODY m. 31 Aug 1820 OBADIAH SMITH b. May 1787 d. 2 Jun. 1853 of New Hampton, New Hampshire
      Children b. New Hampton, New Hampshire:
    • 17287 MARY MOONEY SMITH b. 12 Jul. 1821; m. 23 Mar. 1848 Rev. JAMES CALLEY
    • 17288 FRANCES MOODY SMITH b. 29 Dec. 1822; m. 25 Apr. 1852 GEORGE HOYT
    • ~ 17289 SMAUEL MOODY SMITH b. 19 Jun. 1824; d. unm. 21 Feb. 1850
    • 17290 ROXANNA SMITH b. 18 Nov. 1825; m. 10 Feb. 1851 JAMES F. BRIGGS
    • 17291 SARAH ELIABETH SMITH b. 22 Sep. 1828; m. 25 Oct. 1881 CHARLES G. CHENEY
    • ~ 17292 HENRY HARRISON SMITH b. 21 Oct. 1840; d. unm. 28 Mar. 1862
    Moody and Ann (Prescott) Emery
    8528 ELIABETH EMERY m. 1 Nov. 1826 Newburyport [W. Newbury], Essex, Massachusetts [int. 8 Oct. 1826 W. Newbury, Massachusetts] FLAVIUS EMERY (#8577) shipmaster d. 5 Mar. 1830 Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts She d. 15 Jul. 1880 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
      Children b. Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts:
    • *17293 RUFUS EMERY b. 25 Jul. 1827
    • 17294 FLAVIUS EMERY b. 22 Jun. 1829; d. 22 Feb. 1830Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts
    8525 SAMUEL MOODY EMERY m. 17 Nov. 1841 Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts MARY HALE EMERY (#8572).

    Stephen Emery Jr.
    Hannah Rolfe
    Stephen Emery
    Sarah Moody
    CousinsNathaniel Emery & Sarah Short
    Moody Emery
    Abigail Prescott
    1st CousinsEliphalet Emery & Sarah Hale
    Samuel Moody2nd cousinsMary Hale Emery

    Samuel was educated at Phillips Academy Exeter, New Hampshire, graduated Harvard College 1830, taught school in Northfield, Massachusetts and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
    Ordained deacon in the ministry of the protestant Episcopal Church by the Rev. Alexander Griswald in Trinity Church Boston 12 Jul. 1835. Became assistant to Rev. William Jarvis, rector of Trinity Church Portland, Ct.; advanced to priesthood 12 Dec. 1835; elected rector of the parish 23 Apr. 1837, honorary received the D. D. degree from Trinity College Hartford, Connecticut, 1858.

    He was probably more than likely the first family member to convert to Anglicanism. He was a “Tractarian,” an Anglo-catholic revival beginning in the 1830s in the Church of England that, during his day, prevailed at General Seminary.

    He resigned the rectorship of the parish, Aug. 1870; removed to Newburyport, Massachusetts had charge of St. James Church Amesbury, Massachusetts several years.

    Upon his retirement he moved his family back to West Newbury and to his wife’s homestead

    They were the next generation to occupy the John Emery farm on the he Artichoke River the history as brought from the previous chapter is:
    the farm had been occupied by:
    • John Emery Sr. with wives Alice Grantham and Mary (Shatwswell) webster his son
    • John Emery Jr. with wife Mary Webster their son
    • stephen Emery with wife Ruth Jacques their son
    • Stephen Emery jr. with with Hannah Rolfe, whom built the emery house as it stands today in 1746
    • ?Nathaniel emery m. sarah short their son
    • Eliphalet Emery, esq. m. 1820 SARAH HALE their dau
    • Mary Hale Emery dau. of Eliphalet m 1841 SAMUEL MOODY EMERY
      • SARAH NOYES EMERY
      • MARY ELIABETH EMERY
      • LOUISA JANE EMERY
      • FRANCIS JARVIS EMERY
      • GEORIANNA EMERY
    In 1642 his John Emery Sr. laid out for him fourscore acres over the Artichoke or Raspberry River. Forty of these acres were a grant of the town of Newbury, Massachusetts to John Emery Sr. and by him given to his son in consideration of love and affection. The remaining forty acres were bought of Archeleaus Woodman for thirty pounds, being a town grant to him.


    The emery house was built in1746 by Stephen Emery Jr. grandson of John Emery and Mary Webster house still stands today and the eighty acres of land above still form the bulk of the property on which the house stands.

    This tract of land has been in possession of the name ever since it was laid out to John Emery Jr.; it is now included in the farm of the late Eliphalet Emery, esq. of W. Newbury, and in 1890 when the Emery genealogy was compiled it was owned by his daughter Mary Hale Emery.

    On 3 Mar. 1679 "The town of Newbury granted John Emery Jr. twelve acres of land on the west side of the Artichoke River providing he build and maintain a corn mill to grind the town's corn from time to time and to build within one year and a half after the date hereof." The new mill was needed because of the ever expanding population of Newbury and expanded into an area which was the Second Parish, and which is known today as West Newbury. The mill remained in the Emery family until 1761 when Jonathan Bagley of Amesbury purchased it from Stephen Emery, the grandson of John Emery, Jr.

    This mill is was known as Curzon's Mill in 1890 and is still standing and known by that name today it is located at the east end of Emery Lane, on the other side of the Artichoke River, and is visible from the refectory of the Emery House and accessible by walking across the wooden bridge. The river was aptly named 'Artichoke River' because of the Jerusalem artichokes that grew along its banks. They were a staple of the local Indian diet and were adapted into Anglo-American cookery as well.


    On 3 Mar. 1679 "The town of Newbury granted John Emery Jr. twelve acres of land on the west side of the Artichoke River providing he build and maintain a corn mill to grind the town's corn from time to time and to build within one year and a half after the date hereof." The new mill was needed because of the ever expanding population of Newbury and expanded into an area which was the Second Parish, and which is known today as West Newbury. The mill remained in the Emery family until 1761 when Jonathan Bagley of Amesbury purchased it from Stephen Emery, the grandson of John Emery, Jr.

    This mill is was known as Curzon's Mill in 1890 and is still standing and known by that name today it is located at the east end of Emery Lane, on the other side of the Artichoke River
    He was interested in the public schools of his native town.

    Samuel Moody died in W. Newbury, Massachusetts on 16 Aug. 1883

    Upon his death the eldest daughter Sarah took charge of managing the farm, with the help of her younger sisters, Mary Elizabeth, Frances Louisa and Georgiana assisting.


    By the entries in Sarah's journal they also had a hired man named Joe, and young woman named Theresa who were working for them.

    By the accounts given by Sarah in her journal he learn of their lives -

    They led a meager existence working hard on the farm and producing much of what they needed; and earning money by selling cream and their apples from their orchard

    But from dairy entries there was almost a daily round of calling, tea with neighbors; out in the carriage calling on friends in the village, especially the sick and elderly. When summer came their social life increased with the arrival of relatives and friend that came for extended visits being entertained dinner and parties of various kinds on the banks of the Merrimack river and occasional excursions to Plum Island.

    One summer their distant cousin Julia Chester Emery an early spokesperson for the concerns of women in the Episcopal Church and the founder of the ECW (Episcopal Church Women) organization, honored them with a visit.

    Georgiana entertained groups of fellow artists with sketching parties along the river and at the old burying ground, or was at work in her studio, and on one occasion took her “designs” to Boston in hopes of selling them to a wallpaper company.



    Church functions and the liturgical year dominated their lives also but entries she made in her journal. Church attendance was at Saint James’, Amesbury, across the river, or Saint Paul’s, Newburyport and also Trinity Church at Haverhill with their cousins

    In 1899 their great uncle Nathaniel Noyes, who had lived most of his adult life in Baltimore or abroad, died leaving what he assumed was the bulk of his estate, $100,000, to their cousin, Sarah Kittredge. He left the Emery’s a sheaf of papers that represented his speculative investments in Baltimore. To everyone’s amazement, the papers furnished title to vast areas of land in Maryland. These tracts had been leased out in the late 18th century for 99 year terms. In the intervening century docks, office buildings and apartment buildings had been built by “tenants.” When a settlement was finally reached the Emery’s found themselves millionaires.

    The inheritance did not affect the Emery sisters style of living much. They did build a new brick home patterned after their old homestead. But they believed their new wealth was theirs in trust to be used to further God’s Kingdom and improve the quality of life in their village. In 1907 they built St. John’s Hall near their home in West Newbury to be used as an Episcopal mission. In 1912 the Bishop of Massachusetts permitted them to build a parish church nearby, All Saints’ Parish, designed on the medieval church at Romsey, Hants, England where the Emery family originated from.

    Their generosity did not stop there they donated land for a public library in West Newbury, gave monetary gifts to Anna Jacques Hospital in Newburyport, and also provided college loans for many local children. During disruptions caused by the construction of the monastery and chapel in Cambridge in 1936 and also during World War II there was a “victory garden” at Emery House to grow vegetables for the monastery in Cambridge.

    The Emery's friendship with the Society of St. John the Evangelist was generous over the years.

    Samuel Moody Emery and his wife Mary Hale Emery had six children, five daughters and a son, none of whom married nor left home thus would end the tradition of the farm being in the family as it had for eight generations as listed above. As a result the youngest daughter had a dream that the land and farmstead, which had been owned by her family for 300 years, would be used for religious purposes. Thus the bulk of the Emery estate went to the Society so generous bequests were also made to All Saints’, a parish the Emery’s had founded in West Newbury and several Episcopal religious communities

      Children b. Portland, Connecticut except 1st:
    • 17296 SARAH NOYES EMERY b. 6 Sep. 1842 W. Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
    • 17297 MARY ELIABETH EMERY b. 19 Mar. 1846; d. 16 Dec. 1927 W. Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
    • 17298 LOUISA JANE EMERY b. 29 Jul. 1849
    • 17299 SAMUEL ELIPHALET 'SAM" EMERY b. 10 Apr. 1852; graduated Boston Dental College 1876; D.D.S. Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts
    • ~ 17300 ABBY PRESCOTT EMERY b. 11 Oct. 1854; d. 11 Nov. 1855
    • 17301 FRANCIS JARVIS EMERY b. 18 Apr. 1857
    • 17301 GEORIANNA EMERY b. 15 Oct. 1859; d. unm. 1952
    Jonathan and Susan (Emery) Bradley
    8529 RUTH BRADLEY m. JOHN GEORGE
      Children:
    • 17302 PAUL ROLFE GEORGE b. 25 Apr. 1807
    • 17303 SUSAN GEORGE b. 25 Feb. 1809; d. 4 Jun. 1832
    • *17309 CLARISSA BARTLETT GEORGE b. 3 Sep. 1811
    Philbrick and Sarah (Emery) Bradley
    8530 JOHN BRADLEY m. 1808 LYDIA KIMBALL . He d. 1829 Child:
  • *17306 HENRIETTA BRADLEY b. 1814
    Isaac and Esther (Tay) Emery
    8546 ALBERT GALLATINE EMERY m. 13 Oct. 1833 Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts ABIGAIL CLOUGH b. 30 Nov. 1812 d. Estes Park, Co. buried Marysville, Kansas d/o Jonathan and Mary/Mollie (Sargent) Clough. He d. near Marysville, Kansas 3 Aug. 1876. They came from Deery, New Hampshire in Aug. 1858 and spent the winter in Seneca, Kansas and in the spring moved to a farm six miles north of Marysville, Kansas He was an ardent abolitionist.
      Children:
    • 17307 MARY ESTHER EMERY b. 1834 Methuen, Massachusetts; d. 1850 Deery, NEWHAMPSHIRE
    • 17308 HOSEA BALLEA EMERY b. 2 Jan. 1837 Methuen, Middlesex, a.; d. 1858 St. Joseph, Mo.
    • 17309 ELIA ANGELINE EMERY b. Methuen, Middlesex, Massachusetts; d. 1845 Deery, New Hampshire
    • 17310 CLARA/CLARY ADALINE EMERY b. 24 Oct. 1839 Methuen, Middlesex, Massachusetts; d. 1850 Deery, New Hampshire
    • 17311 ALBERT G. EMERY b. 1846 [23 Dec. 1847] Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts; d. 1870 Marysville, Kansas
    • 17312 MARY E. A. EMERY b. 1852 Deery, New Hampshire; m 1878 Marysville, Kansas BARSON JAMES WILLIAMS s/o Cornelius and Bestey (Defield) Williams; d. 1906 Marysville, Kansas
    8549 ISAAC EMERY m. ELIA WASTMAN. He d. 31 Jan. 1879
      Child:
    • *17313 ALFRED E. EMERY b. 21 Apr. 1841
    8548 ESTHER EMERY m. NELSON SWIFT JOHNSON. She d. 1852
      Child:
    • *17314 MARY ESTHER JOHNSON
    8549 TIMOTHY W. EMERY m. COMFORT POTTER; m 2nd ANN BICKFORD. He d. 29 May 1875
      Children:
    • 17315 ELERIA B. EMERY b. Dec. 1841; m. Rev. CHARLES E. LITTLE
    • 17316 ELBRIDGE EMERY b. 18 Aug. 1845; m. CCCCLARA SAUNDER
    • *17317 ESTHER JOHNSON EMERY b. 9 Jan. 1851
    Eliphalet and Betsey (Walker) Emery
    8563 ESTHER W. EMERY m. 11 Apr. 1827 EBENEER TOWLE b. 1800 d. 1877. She d. 1872.
      Children:
    • 17318 GEORGE SANDBORN TOWLE b. 25 Apr. 1828
    • 17319 ESTHER TOWLE b. 25 May 1831
    • 17320 SUSAN TOWLE b. 2 Dec. 1832
    • 17321 CHARLES TOWLE b. 5 Dec. 1834
    • 17322 SARAH TOWLE b. 13 Dec. 1837
    • 17323 ELIABETH TOWLE b. 10 Jul. 1844
    • ~ 173224 MARY TOWLE b. 25 May 1848; d. 1 Aug. 1848
    Charles and Polly (Walker) Emery
    8567 CLARISSA WALKER EMERY m. 25 Apr. 1830 HORATIO HILL. She d. 19 Sep. 1839
      Child:
    • 17325 SARAH ELIABETH HILL m. Jun. 1885 ENOH G. HOOK of Chicago, Cook, Illinois
    Nathaniel and Sarah (Emery) Noyes
    85669 MARY EMERY NOYES m. 15 Oct. 1832 ALFRED KITTRIDGE (#14689) d. 1 May 1877. He was a lawyer; graduated from Dartmouth College, 1827; admitted to Essex Bar 1831; representative from Haverhill, Massachusetts 1840-1; member of Massachusetts Senate 1844-5; editor of Haverhill Gazette 1869-77; strong in his convictions, outspoken in his opinions, a good citizen and an upright magistrate.
      Child:
    • 17326 SARAH NOYES KITTRIDGE b. 30 Jul. 1833
    Paul and Mary (Osgood) Little
    8574 JOSIAH LITTLE m. BARBARA M. MCCRILL d. Feb. 1845; m 2nd 13 Oct. 1847 ELIABETH CRAGUE d. Lynn, Massachusetts Sep. 1868. He d. 27 Dec. 1885
      Children:
    • 17327 SARAH ELIABETH LITTLE b. 29 Jun. 1839
    • *17328 JOHN MERRILL LITTLE b. 9 Nov. 1841
    • *17329 MOSES OLIVER LITTLE b. 20 Jul. 1844
    8576 MOSES LITTLE m. ELIZA WEBB d. 13 Oct. 1847. He d. 12 Sep. 1843. Children:
  • 17330 MARY ELIABETH LITTLE b. 6 Sep. 1828; d. 23 Sep.1850
  • 17331 PAUL EMERY LITTLE b. 3 Jun. 1830
  • *17332 JOSIAH FRANCIS LITTLE b. 1 Mar. 1832
  • *17333 WILLIAM MOSES LITTLE b. 27 Nov. 1834
  • *17334 JAMES WEBB LITTLE b. 4 Jan. 1834
    Thomas and Elizabeth (Hale) Emery
    8578 CHARLES EMERY m. 21 Feb. 1829 Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts [5 Jan. 1829 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts] MARY ELIABETH GEORGE m 2nd FREEMAN P. GREENOUGH of Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts 8 Jun. 1862 d. 1890 d/o Joseph George. He d. 24 May 1849
      Children b. Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts:
    • *17335 MARGARET ELIABETH EMERY b. 27 Aug. 1831; bp. 13 Nov. 1833 Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts
    • 17336 HARLES THOMAS EMERY b. 4/5 Mar. 1833; enlisted in the Union Army taken prisoner and d. at Andersonville Prison Ga. 25 Sep. 1864
    Moses and Anstice (Jaques) Hale
    8567 GEORGE WILLIAMHALE m. 7 Feb. 1850 ELIABETH BAILEY CHENEY (#24773).
      Children:
    • 17337 SIDNEY HALE
    • 17338 MARY GARDNER HALE
    • 17339 CAROLINE BROOKS HALE
    Robert and Hannah(Emery) Howell
    8595 AMOS EMERY HOWELL m. JOANNA FOGG
      Children:
    • 17340 EDWIN HARRIS HOWELL
    • 17341 HENRY B. HOWELL
    • 17342 WINSLOW E. HOWELL
    8597 MARY E. HOWELL m. 1846 EDWARD LIBBY b. 7 Oct. 1819. She d. 27 Jun. 1887.
      Children:
    • 17343 ROBERT H. LIBBY
    • 17344 FRANCES ANN LIBBY
    • 17345 CHARLES EDWIN LIBBY
    Jacob M. and Jane R. (Emerson) Emery
    8602 EBENEER EMRY m. MARY JANE SHORT 24 Aug. 1865. He d. 1 Jun. 1869.
      Children:
    • 17346 CLARA LINCOLN EMERY
    • 17347 WALTER PLUMER EMERY
    8603 JOHN MOODY EMERY m. 17 Oct. 1853 ROSANNA SLACK.
      Children:
    • 17348 ROXIE JANE EMERY b. 23 Aug. 1855; m. 1 Apr. 1876 WILL MERRILL CARLETON
    • *17349 WILLIAM SLAK EMERY b. 10 Feb. 1861
    • ~ 17350 ANNIE MAY EMERY b. 1 May 1865; d. 15 Aug. 1866
    Jeremiah and Mary (Batchelder) Elkins
    8616 DAVID BATCHELDER ELKINS m. 31 Jun. 1828 MARY BATCHELDER d. 24 Aug. 1870 s/o John and Abigail (Prescott) Batchelder. He was killed by falling from the beams of his barn. Res. Brides Hill.
      Children:
    • 17351 MARY BATHELDER ELKINS b. 1829; m. ALBERT S. WILSON of Kittery, Maine
    • 17352 DAVID HENRY ELKINS b. 5 Jun. 1831; m. MARY E. WHITE
    • 17353 DANIEL WEBSTER ELKINS b. 18 Mar. 1833; m. ANNIE M. WALKER; res. Stratham
    • ~ 17354 JOHN ELKINS bp. 28 Apr.1840; d. 25 Mar. 1842
    • 17355 SARAH ELKINS bp. 28 Apr. 1843; m. FABYAN P. DRAKE
    8617 HENRY ELKINS m. 5 Jul. 1835 N. Hampton, New Hampshire MIRIAM H. COLBY b. 30 Jun 1802 Amesbury, Massachusetts d. 31 Juol. 1883 N. Hampton, New Hampshire d/o Obadiah and Sarah (Hoyt) Colby. He d. 19 Jan. 1871 Hampton, New Hampshire
      children:
    • 17356 MARY COLBY b. 18 May 1836 N. Hampton, New Hampshire; m. 26 Sep. 1858 JOHN N. CHASE
    • 17357 LYDIA ANN ELKINS b. 10 Jan 1838 N. Hampton, New Hampshire; d. 22 Nov.1866
    • 17358 JOHN HENRY ELKINS b. 3 May 1841 N. Hampton, New Hampshire; d. 18 Jun 1863
    • 17359 Sarah Ellen Elkins m. 24 Sep. 1865 Hampton ,New Hampshire GEORGE ALBERT TATE b. 2 Mar. 1845 Tuftonborough, New Hampshire d. 16 Jul. 1915 Laconia, New Hampshire s/o Josiah C. and Hannah (Hull) Tate; m 2nd 25 Jan 1890 Moultonborough, New Hampshire FRANK E. GLOVER b. 25 Jan 1857 Rumney, New Hampshire d. 16 Nov. 1936 Moultonborough,New Hampshire She d.18 Mar 1914 Moultonborough, New Hampshire
    Levi and Anna (Batchelder) Lane
    8619 MARY ANN LANE m. 13 Jan. 1823 SAMUEL BATCHELDER s/o Elisha and Sarah (Lane) Batchelder b. 17 Jun. 1791 Pittsfield, New Hampshire d. 16 Sep. 1858; m 2nd JOHN TRUE.
      Children:
    • 17360 MARY ELIABETH BATCHELDER b. 19 Dec. 1823; m. 5 Jun. 884 NOAH W. DRAKE b. 1810 he d. 8 Apr. 1897 Pittsfield, New Hampshire
    • 17361 SARAH JANE BATCHELDER b. 23 Dec. 1830; m. 12 Dec. 1861 WALTER B. DRAKE; res. Branstead
    • 17362 EDWIN ELISHA BATCHELDER b. 1 Jul. 1833; d. 3 Aug. 1860
    8625 LEI EDWIN LANE m. 17 Apr. 1849 CYNTHIA S. LANE b. 10 Jul. 1817 d. 9 Oct. 1872; m 2nd ELIZABETH A. CASHEW
      Child:
    • 17363 ANNIE SARAH LANE b. 20 Nov. 1855; m. 6 Jun. 1877 CHARLES F. WADLIEGH b. 2 Jul. 1856 he d. 25 Nov. 1869 Hampton Falls, New Hampshire
    Reuben and Elizabeth (Tilton) Batchelder
    8626 DAVID BATCHELDER m. 3 Oct. 1837 Amesbury, Massachusetts MARIANNA HART LANE b. Pawtucket, RI. 18 Jan. 1815.
      Children:
    • *17364 FRANCIS REUBEN BATCHELDER b. 11 Oct. 1838 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts
    • ~ 17365 CAROLINE CALDWELL BATCHELDER b. 25 Jun. 1842; m. 1 Jan. 1874 GEORGE W. CATE of Northwood, New Hampshire; res. Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts b. 10 Mar. 1834; s.p
    • ~ 17366 ELIABETH TILTON BATCHELDER b. 25 Feb. 1844; unm.
    • 17367 ANN DAVIS BATCHELDER b. 4 Jan. 1849; m. CHARLES W. BAILEY
    • 17368 JOSEPH LANE BATCHELDER b. 21 May 1847
    • 17369 LUCY LAWSON BATCHELDER b. 26 Jun. 1853
    • 17370 MARY PRESCOTT BATCHELDER b. 5 Dec. 1857; m. FRED BROWN
    • ~ 17371 Wm. ALVAH BATCHELDER b. 23 Apr. 184o; d. 2 Apr. 1845
    8627 EMERY BATCHELDER m. 18 Apr. 1838 Hampton Fall, New Hampshire DOROTHY DEARBORN b. 23 Sep. 1817. He d. Aug. 1897
      Children:
    • *17372 CHARLES EMERY BATCHELDER b. 7 Oct. 1839
    • 17373 ANN ELIZABETH BATCHELDER b. 22 Jun. 1844; m. Aug. 1867 HOMER B. CRAINE; res. Amesbury, Massachusetts
    • *17374 JOHN ABBOTT BATCHELDER b. 4 Apr. 1846
    • *17375 ELLEN PRESCOTT BATCHELDER b. 11 Feb. 1848
    • *17376 ABBIE CAKDWELL BATCHELDER b. 9 Apr. 1852
    • *17377 DAVID FREEMAN BATCHELDER b. 11 Dec. 1855
    • *17378 MARY LORD BATCHELDER b. 31 Aug. 1858
    8628 JOHN BATCHELDER m. 7 May 1846 Hampton Falls, New Hampshire MARY IETTE GREENE b. 8 Mar. 1823
      Children:
    • *17379 SARAH GREENE BATCHELDER b. 23 Jul. 1848
    • ~ 17380 WARREN HOWARD BATCHELDER b. 1 Mar. 1852; m. 3 Jun. 1878 JESSIE RACILLA FOGG b. 28 Dec. 1856; s.p.
    • *17381 HELEN WEBSTER BATCHELDER b. 1 Feb. 1861
    8628a DOLLY BATCHELDER m. 2 Dec. 1840 STEPHEN BROWN. She d. 26 Oct. 1865
      Children:
    • 17382 JOHN BROWN b. 23 Dec. 1845
    • 17383 AMOS BROWN b. 9 Mar. 1843; m. 12 Mar. 1867 ABBIE A. BROWN; res. Harristown, Illinois
    • 17384 EMERY BROWN b. 16 Jan. 1845
    • 17385 JOSEPH BROWN b. 24 Sep. 1846; m. [-?-] PETTINGELL; res. Harristown, Illinois
    • 17386 DAID BROWN b. 7 Jan. 1849; m. ELLEN HILLARD
    • ~ 17387 DANIEL BROWN b. 1 Nov. 1850; d. 11 Aug. 1854
    • 17388 MOSES BROWN b. 1 Jan. 1853
    • ~ 17389 DANIEL BROWN b. Jun. 1857; d. 11 Aug. 1858
    • ~ 17390 MARY SOPHIA BROWN b. 13 May 1855; d. 3 Sep. 1864
    • ~ 17391 ANNIE MARIA BROWN b. 7 Dec. 1861; d. 19 Jul. 1868
    8630 RHODA BATCHELDER m. 5 Nov. 1845 SYLVESTER ABBOTT. He d. 29 Oct. 1875 b. 1803
      Children:
    • 17392 CAROLINE ABBOTT b. 23 Sep. 1846; m. 12 Jan. 1875 JOHN H. HEWS
    • 17393 LIZZIE B. ABBOTT b. 27 Jul. 1850
    • 17394 MARY SMITH ABBOTT b. 8 Jun. 1854
    • ~ 17395 HORACE SYLVESTER ABBOTT b. 6 Nov. 1848; d. 13 Aug. 1849
    Moses and Abigail (Drake) Batchelder
    8632 JOSIAH BATCHGELDER m. 27 Oct. 1839 Hampton Falls, New Hampshire NANCY YOUNG b. 8 Jul. 1810. He d. 31 May 1886 Salisbury, Massachusetts
      Children:
    • 17396 ELIZABETH ANN BATCHELDER b. 20 Jul. 1840; m. 5 Dec.1865 WM. A. RAND
    • 17397 G
      EO. EDWIN BATCHELDER b. 15 Aug. 1842; m. 24 Nov. 1864 VICTORIA RICH; 2 ch.
    • 17398 MARY ELLEN BATCHELDER b. 15 Apr. 1845; m. 4 Sep. 1867 JOHN COWAN
    • 17399 SARAH DRAKE BATCHELDER b. 27 Jul. 1847; m. 4 Jun. 1873 EDWARD CARPENTER
    • ~ 17400 AARON BATCHELDER b. 15 Feb. 1851; d. 16 Mar. 1851
    8634 SAMUEL BATCHELDER m. 28 Jul. 1847 ABIGAIL K. NOYES b. Seabrook, New Hampshire 24 Jun. 1813 d/o Jacob and Rhoda (Smith) Noyes. He d. 13 Oct. 1858
      Children:
    • *17401 EMMA JANE BATCHELDER b. 27 Dec. 1847
    • ~ 17402 CLEMINA ALICE BATCHELDER b. 18 Jan. 1854; d. unm. 22 Feb. 1872
    • 17493 SAMUEL W. BATCHELDER b. 14 Jan. 1859
    8636 NANCY BATCHELDER m. 14 Feb. 1844 SILAS GREEN b. 31 Dec. 1816. She d. 5 Oct. 1883
      Children:
    • 17404 CHARLES T. GREEN b. 23 Apr. 1846; d. 20 Oct. 1867
    • 17405 JOHN B. GREEN b. 9 Dec. 1847
    • 17406 AARON B. GREEN b. 1 Oct. 1850
    • 17407 FRANK S. GREEN b. 8 Jun. 1852
    • 17408 ORRIN D. GREEN b. 26 Dec. 1853
    • 17409 MARY JESSIE GREEN b. 9 Jul. 1860
    8637 MOSES EMERY BATCHELDER m. 22 Jan. 1852 Pittsfield, New Hampshire SARAH LANE BATCHELDER d/o Nathaniel Batchelder
      Children:
    • 17410 FRED J. BATCHELDER b. 24 Feb. 1855; m. 23 Aug. 1833 ELIZABETH J. JONES
    • 17411 NAT C. BATCHELDER b. 10 Apr. 1857
    • 17412 FRANK BATCHELDER b. 17 May 1859
    • 17413 EDWARD BATCHELDER b. 4 Mar. 1863
    • 17414 CLARENCE E. BATCHELDER b. 13 May 1865
    8639 JOHN THAYER BATCHELDER m. 18 Jul. 1872 Newburyport, Essex, Massachusetts EMMA MILES b. 13 Aug. 1845.
      Children:
    • 17415 NATHANIEL BATCHELDER b. 2 Jun. 1873; m. 1 Jan. 1897 MINNIE BROWN
    • 17416 ABBIE ESTELLA BATCHELDER b. 3 May 1875
    • 17417 MARY ELIZABETH BATCHELDER b. 3 Jun. 1877
    • 17418 SARAH LOUISE BATCHELDER b. 19 May 1879
    • 17419 EMMA THAYER BATCHELDER b. 4 Apr. 1886
    • ~ 17420 OLIVER DRAKE BATCHELDER b. 21 Oct. 1889; d. 26 Dec. 1889
    Samuel and Ruby (Woodward) Emery
    8640 JAMES WOODWARD EMERY m. 15 Aug. 1837 MARTHA E. BELL d/o Andrew W. Bell of Portsmouth, New Hampshire He graduated Dartmouth College, 1830; read law with Icahob Bartlett of Portsmouth and became his partner. Representative to the state legislature several years; Superintendent of Portsmouth and Concord Railroad; President of Union Railway Co. of Cambridge, Massachusetts
      Children:
    • ~ 17421 EDWARD ANDREW EMERY b. 12 Jan. 1839; d. 12 Dec. 1839
    • ~ 17422 FREDERICK C. EMERY b. 17 Dec. 1840; d. 14 Jan. 1859
    • *17423 WOODWARD EMERY b. 5 Sep. 1842
    • *17424 MANNING EMERY b. 9 May 1844
    • *17425 CAROLINE BELL EMERY b. 19 Oct. 1847
    • 17426 OCTAVIA BELL EMERY b. 9 Jan. 1850
    • ~ 17427 ALICE CHRISTINIA EMERY b. 29 Jan. 1852; d. 26 May 1856
    Moses and Susannah (Woodward) Emery
    8660 MOSES EMERY m. 27 Nov. 1723 SARAH CUTTS THORTON. His boyhood was spent in hardy toil at home, but an irrepressible desire for a liberal education pushed him forward in spite of adverse influence and obstacles and finally crowned his self-supporting efforts with success. His impulse in this direction was stimulated by the kindred example of his Uncle Stephen, who procured for him the use of Latin books, the mastery of which he achieved without instruction in hours of rest and by the glimmer of candle light. In the autumn of 1813 he pursued a brief academic course at Brighton Academy which was cut short by a mandate to return to his accustomed field of labor. In 1814 having occasion to visit Bodwoin College, whence his uncle was about to graduate, he was induced by him to offer himself for examination for admission. He passed the ordeal successfully and was granted a years leave of absence. His father, taken by surprise, a Methodist clergyman at Brooklyn, procured for him through his brother Nathain, the position of cashier in a dry goods house in NEW YORK City. But on reaching his majority he returned to college trudging his way from Boston on foot. He was admitted to the sophomore class, graduated 1818, having become proficient in mathematical and classical studies, the love of which was ever after ward a constant quest. The money for defraying his college expenses was earned principally by teaching at Brunswick, Buckfield, and Hebron Academies. In 1821 he was admitted to the bar at Wiscasset where he studied with Judge Bailey who took him into co-partnership. But in 1825 having married, removed to Saco, Maine, his subsequent ho Maine His professional life brought him in competition with John Holmes, the Sheply's, Daniel Goodenow, John Fairfield, Nathan Clifford and N. D. Appleton and with them he shared the honors and emoluments of success. His career was characterized by untiring industry, accounted by a will and zeal in behalf of his clients which would bring on defeat, if in anyway victory was attained by honorable methods. But his moral convictions, sometimes disturbed by application of the rigid rules of the common law, led him to become early enamored with equity practice; his success in which is sufficiently attested by the fact that in a list of nineteen cases, some of which involved important principles and large amounts, he lost but two. For many years he was honored president of the York co., Maine Bar. Up to the Webster's 7th of March speech he was an ardent Whig; after that he affiliated with the Republican Party. But his taste was professional rather than political, although he once came within three hundred votes of an election to Congress in a strong Democratic district, but without any solicitation on his part. In 1836-7, then in the legislature, he it's draftsman successfully engineered the enactments of the Charter of Portland, Saco, and Portsmouth Railroad. In the face of a powerful opposition. Of the cause of education he was prominent champion and for a long period was president of the Board of Trustees of Thorton Academy. In the temperance reform he was a conspicuous pioneer; as a member of the Unitarian denomination and as a citizen of the people and for the material prosperity of the community in which he closed a long and honorable career, 12 May 1881.
      Children:
    • 17428 THORTON CUTTS EMERY b. 16 Nov. 1824; m. 1 Jan. 1849 ABBY LITTLE BAILEY she d. 10 May 1858 Emery's Crossing (Middle Yuma), California
    • ~ 17429 ANNE PAINE EMERY b. 25 Feb. 1827; d. 11 Jun. 1842
    • *17430 CHARLES CARROLL EMERY b. 21 May 1830
    • ~ 17431 SIDNEY HAMADEN EMERY b. 24 Sep. 1832; d. 13 Sep. 1833
    • ~ 17432 SARAH GENNETT EMERY b. 6 Sep. 1834; d. 8 Nov. 1835
    • ~ 17433 MOSES EMERY b. 15 Sep. 1837; d. 8 Nov. 1838
    • 17434 GEORGE ADDISON EMERY b. 14 Nov. 1839; graduated Bowdoin College, 1863; read law with his father; admitted to the bar 1866; Representative to the legislature of Maine; judge of the municipal court of Saco, Maine where he is an honored citizen
    8661 SUSANNAH EMERY m. 1815 ASA WINSOR/WINSLOW SOULE b. Halifax, Massachusetts 1788 d. 2 Jun. 1839 s/o Asa and Ruth H. (Stetson) Soule. .
      Children:
    • *17435 CLARISSA SOULE b. Sep. 1818 New Gloucester, Maine
    • *17436 PERSIS N. SOULE b. 13 Nov. 1820 Gloucester, Maine
    • *17437 MARIA LOUISA SOULE b. 12 Jul. 1823 [22 Jul. 1824] Garland, Maine
    8662 ABIGAIL EMERY m. 10 May 1819 ABIAL LAPHAM d. Jan. 1883 Anoka, Minnesota She d. 2 Dec. 1872.
      Children b. Minot, Maine:
    • 17438 LAURA EMERY LAPHAM b. 21 Jan. 1822
    • 17439 JULIA FRANKLIN LAPHAM b. 1 May 1824
    • *17440 DAVID MILTON LAPHAM b. 18 Oct. 1825
    • *17441 GEORGE SUMMERFIELD LAPHAM b. Jul. 1831
    8663 EUNICE EMERY m. DAVID LAPHAM. She d. 22 Mar. 1854
      Children:
    • *17442 ELIZA ANN LAPHAM b. 1 Jun. 1829
    • 17443 LUCY ELLEN LAPHAM b. 12 Jul. 1833
    • ~ 17444 ALBERT BERNARD LAPHAM b. 4 Apr. 1837; d. Sep. 1839
    • 17445 MARY EMERY LAPHAM b. 12 Mar. 1841
    8664 IRENE EMERY m. BENJAMIN WATERMAN 28 Dec. 1824; m 2nd 1844 WILLIAM FRENCH. .
      Children:
    • 17446 EDWARD R. WATERMAN b. 26 Dec. 1827; m. Jan. 1852 ABBIE SWEET; m 2nd May 1858 JENNIE MCDOWELL
    • 17447 EMILY J. WATERMAN b. 20 May 1831; m. 1857 JOHN MORRILL
      7448 MARIA A. WATERMAN b. 10 Jan. 1834; m. 1852 NELSON A. HATCH
    • 17449 SARAH E. WATERMAN b. 4 Dec. 1837; m. 25 Nov. 1871WILLIAM F. SAWYER
    • 17450 ADDISON E. WATERMAN
    8665 ELIZA ANN EMERY m. 16 Jul. 1835 ALBERT F. BARNARD 16 Jul. 1835. She d. 14 Aug. 1853.
      Child:
    • 17451 CHARLES A. BARNARD b. 7 May 1842; m. 14 Aug.18779 ELLEN A. HUNT; graduated Wesley University, Middletown, Connecticut t., 1863; author of pamphlet "Forms for complaint relating to prevention of cruelty to animals."
    8666 NATHAN ADDISON EMERY m. 19 Nov. 1835 CHOLE PACKARD of Minot, Maine He d. Apr. 1839. .
      Child:
    • 17452 ADDIE E. EMERY b. 8 Jul. 1839; m. 25 Sep. 1884 Olympia, Washington JOB CARR; m 2nd 28 Jun. 1888 Oakland, California JOHN W. WOOD
    Ebenezer and Mary (Emery) Emerson
    8673 MARIA A. EMERSON m. 23 Nov. 1842 WILLIAM OSGOOD. .
      children:
    • 17453 AUGUSTA OSGOOD
    • 17454 GEORGE E. OSGOOD
    • 17455 NATHAN P. OSGOOD
    Stephen and Sarah (Stowell) Emery
    8678 SARAH JANE EMERY m. 10 Dec. 1833 Hampden, Penobscot, Maine HANNIBAL HAMLIN b. 27 Aug. 1809 Paris, Maine d. 4 Jul. 1891 Bangor, Maine Educated in local school and Hebron Academy. Served in a printing office as a compositor one year; surveyor and taught school till he was able to study law. Admitted to the bar, 1833 and continued the practice of law in Hampden, Maine till 1848; entering politics as an antislavery Jacksonian Democrat; member of the state legislature 1836,1840, and 1847; U. S. Senate 1848-56; favoring immediate abolition of slavery left the Democratic party in 1856 and helped organize the Republican Party; he was elected Governor of Maine 1856 but resigned in 1857 to return to the U.S. Senate 1857-61; served as Vice President of the United States Under President Abraham Lincoln; he was customs collector of the port of Boston 1865-6; U. S. Senate 1869-71; regent of the Smithsonian Institute 1861-5 and 1876; he was U. S. Minster to Spain 1881-2. She d. 17 Apr. 1855. .
      Children:
    • ~ 17456 GEORGE EMERY HAMLIN b. 30 Sep. 1835; d. 14 Jul. 1844
    • *17457 CHARLES HAMLIN b. 14 Sep. 1837
    • ~ 17458 CYRUS HAMLIN b. 26 Apr. 1839; m. 12 Oct. 1862 Prospect, Maine SARAH SANDBORN b. Prospect, Maine d. Port Hudson, La. 14 Jul. 1863 d/o True and Sarah Sandborn; Union Soldier, Brevet Maj. Gen.; lawyer New Orleans, La.; d. 28 Aug. 1869 New Orleans, La., s.p.
    • *17459 SARAH JANE HAMLIN b. 7 Jan. 1842
    • 17460 GEORGE EMERY HAMLIN b. 24 Feb. 1848
    8679 GEORGE F. EMERY m. 7 Sep. 1841 Portland, Cumberland, Maine ABBY ELIZA APPLETON b. 15 Feb. 1822. Graduated Bowdoin College, 1836; admitted to the bar, 1838; register of probate for six years of Oxford co., Maine; clerk of U.S. Circuit court 1848-76; Nov. 1877 removed from Portland, Maine to Boston, Massachusetts and became president of the Post Publishing Company; Pension Agent under President Buchanan 1857-61; returned to Portland, Maine and resumed his law practice in 1881. .
      Children b. Portland, Cumberland, Maine:
    • 17461 JOHN APPLETON EMERY b. 7 Oct. 1842
    • 17462 GEORGE FREEMAN [FREDERICK] EMERY b. 29 Apr. 1845; d. 20 Dec. 1873
    • 17463 FRANK WILSON EMERY b. 9 Aug. 1849; d. 20 Jul. 1880
    • 17464 HANNIBAL HAMLIN EMERY b. 7 Jan. 1853
    • 17465 SARAH ELLEN EMERY b. 7 Jan. 1853
    • 17466 SUSAN APPLETON EMERY b. 29 Jul. 1861; m. 20 Sep. 1883 HENRY H. FURBISH
    8681 JENNETT EMERY m. 19 Dec. 1849 NATHANIEL BUTLER b. 9 Oct. 1824. He had parishes in Eastport, Auburn, Bangor, Rockland, Hollowell, Vassellboro, and Camden, Maine also Leavenworth, Kansas and Alton, Illinois .
      Children:
    • *17467 JEANNIE EMERY BUTLER b. 31 Oct. 1850
    • *17468 NATHANNIEL BUTLER b. 22 May 1853
    • 17469 ELLEN HAMLIN BUTLER b. 22 Oct. 1860
    • 17470 ANN PAGE BUTLER b. 24 Aug. 1862
    8682 ELLEN VESTA PAGE EMERY m. 25 Sep. 1836 HANNIBAL HAMLIN see sketch #8678 for his biographical data.
      Children:
    • 17471 HANNIBAL EMERY HAMLIN b. 22 Aug. 1858
    • 17472 FRANK HAMLIN b. 26 Sep. 1862
    8683 STEPHEN ALBERT EMERY m. 24 Oct. 1867 LYDIA ARABELLA LORD. Professor of Music in the Boston Conservatory.
      Children:
    • 17473 STEPHEN EMERY b. 24 Dec. 1868 Malden, Massachusetts
    • 17474 CHARLES A. EMERY b. 9 Feb. 1870 Malden, Massachusetts
    • 17475 SIDNEY EMERY b. 5 May 1871 Malden, Massachusetts
    • 17476 MORTIZ H. EMERY b. 19 Nov. 1875 Malden, Massachusetts
    • 17477 ERNESTINE EMERY b. 24 Sep. 1877 Newton Centre, Massachusetts
    Moses and Hannah (Woodman) Emery
    8686 WOODMAN EMERY m. 31 Oct. 1824 FANNY TAYLOR b. 23 Aug. 1803 d/o John and Susanna (Thompson) Taylor. Removed from Sandbarton, to Dover, New Hampshire 6 Aug. 1851 and from Dover to Madbury, New Hampshire 7 Dec. 1857. He d. 24 Jan. 1875. .
      Children b. Sandborton, New Hampshire:
    • ~ 17478 dau. b. Aug. 1827; d. Sep. 1827
    • 17479 MARTHA EMERY b. 25 Feb. 1829
    • ~ 17480 HORACE EMERY b. 10 May 1831; d. 15 Sep. 1835 Sandborton, New Hampshire
    • *17481 JOHN W. EMERY b. 9 Sep. 1838
    Nathan and Bestey (McCrillis) Emery
    8689 DAVID EMERY m. 8 Jan. 1829 Canterbury, Merrimack, New Hampshire MAHALA HOYT d. 7 Aug. 1877; m 2nd [-?-]_. He d. 7 Aug. 1877 Res. Ithaca, NEW YORK and Moroa, Illinois .
      Children:
    • 17482 JOHN HOYT EMERY
    • 17483-8 names unknown
    8690 JOSIAH EMERY m. 12 Feb. 1830 JULIA ANN BEECHER d. 25 Jul. 1871 d/o John Beecher. Educated at Kimball Union Academy; entered Dartmouth College, 1819 and left 1821; taught 5 years in New York; entered junior class at Union College, 1826 and graduated 1828; principal of Wellsboro Academy 1828-30; practiced law in Wellsboro, Maine 1831-71. Removed to Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 1871; was district attorney; commissioner of Bankruptcy and commissioner of draft; frequent writer in various publications. .
      Children b. Wellsboro, Maine:
    • *17489 MARY C. EMERY b. 27 Nov. 1830
    • *17490 CHARLES DELAUS EMERY b. 17 May 1833
    • 17491 MARTHA P. EMERY b. 16 Feb. 1838; educated Dickinson Seminary went south as a teacher; returned north at the of the Civil War; m. 19 Dec. 1867 CHARLES S. BUNDY of Washington D.C.; D.A.R. #62896
    • *17492 EVA VANDERBILT EMERY b. 15 Feb. 1840
    • *17493 ELIZABETH EMERY b. 24 Feb. 1842
    • *17494 JOHN BEECHER EMERY b. 28 Dec. 1843
    • *17495 WILLIAM V. EMERY b. 29 Oct. 1845
    • *17496 CLARA BEECHER EMERY b. 6 Jun. 1848
    • ~ 17497 ANNIE EMERY b. 30 Jan. 1851; d. 15 Dec. 1851
    • ~ 17498 GEORGE EMERY b. 28 Feb. 1852; d. 17 Sep. 1862
    • 17499 FRANK EMERY b. 15 Sep. 1855; m. 18 Nov. 1879 ROSE HOLDEN
    8693 NANCY EMERY m. 12 Aug. 1809 FREEMAN WEBSTER of Boscawen, New Hampshire Res. Concord, New Hampshire.
      Children:
    • *17500 ELIZABETH EMERY WEBSTER b. 27 Apr. 1845
    • *17501 CLARA WEBSTER b. 9 Apr. 1851
    8695 Joseph WOODWARD EMERY d. 21 Nov. 1882
    Joseph W. Emery, one of the old residents of Austin township in a native of Canterbury, Merrimac county, New Hampshire, and was born on the fifteenth of January, 1813.

    The Emery family, which was of English origin, settled at an early period at West Newbury, Massachusetts. The old homestead--home of the early members of the family--has been in the possession of the Emery’s for several generations. Josiah Emery, the grandfather of the subject of this biography, moved from Massachusetts to New Hampshire, and settled in the town of Sanbornton, now Tilden. Nathan Emery, Mr. Emery's father, was born and raised in Sanbornton. He married Betsy McCrillis, who was of Scotch-Irish descent, and a native of Canterbury. Both the Emery and McCrillis families have been remarkable for their vigor and long life. They show a noticeable freedom from disease, and the tendency towards longevity has been marked for several generations. Among the ancestors many instances of death at an advanced age have occurred; very few passed away before reaching seventy years.

    Joseph W. Emery was the ninth of a family of sixteen children, of whom fourteen grew to maturity, and thirteen married. His father owned a farm, and was a carpenter by trade. He was a man of considerable intelligence, was well versed in surveying and civil engineering, and was very fond of reading--a habit which he transmitted to most of his children. His children all attained good substantial English educations. He believed in education, and gave his children ample opportunity to attend school. Mr. Emery has one brother, Josiah, who graduated at Union College, New York, and is now engaged in the practice of the law at Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Another brother came to Illinois, and is editor of the Peoria Transcript; another brother settled in Indiana, and the others remained in New England. Mr. Emery made that part of New Hampshire in which he was born his home till he was seventeen.

    In the year 1835, he left home and went to Rhode Island and found employment on the canal, running from Providence to Worcester, Massachusetts. He subsequently worked at Worcester. In the month of February, 1840, he was married at Upton, Worcester county, Massachusetts, to Francis R. Leland, a member of an old New England family. After he was married he engaged in farming at Upton, and resided there till 1850, when he moved back to Canterbury, New Hampshire. He formed a partnership with his brother, Nathan, and undertook running a saw-mill at Canterbury, which he carried on six years. His first wife died on the seventeenth of September, 1853.

    Frances A. Sanborn, a native of Sanbornton, New Hampshire, became his second wife on the sixteenth of February, 1854. She was a daughter of Samuel D. Sanborn. Her ancestors had settled there at an early period, and the town received its name in their honor.

    The saw-mill business not proving remunerative, he determined to emigrate to the West. Illinois was at that time attracting settlers by the thousand from the Eastern states. Many purchased land from Illinois Central Railroad company. In the fall of 1866, he reached Macon county and bought one hundred and sixty acres of railroad land, the same track on which he now lives, in section eight of Austin township. After spending the winter at Clinton, he brought his family to the township the following spring. Few settlements had at that time been made. Almost the entire township was unoccupied prairie land, and he had little expectation that it would ever reach its present state of cultivation and improvement. There is now only one other person besides himself living in the township, who was the head of a family, at the time he took up his residence in it. He has had eleven children, of whom four are now living; Ellen, Betsy, Charles and Clarence. The three oldest are by his first, and the last by his second marriage.

    He has taken an active interest in politics, and has filled several offices in the township. He was originally a Whig, and supported that party in opposition to the democracy. He was one of the first to ally himself with the republican organization, of which he has since been a steadfast supporter. For four years he served as treasurer of Austin township, and has also filled the office of assessor four times. He is a man of positive convictions. He is now one of the oldest citizens of the township, and is well-known to the older settlers of Macon county. - History of Macon County, Illinois, 1880 - p. 228
    m. Mar. 1838 Upton, Massachusetts FRANCES ROSALONA LELAND b. 11 Jan. 1818; d. Canterbury, New Hampshire 17 Sep. 1853.
      Children:
    • ~ 17502 CHARLES EMERY b. Feb. 1839; d. 29 Sep. 1841 Canterbury, New Hampshire
    • 17503 ELLEN SOPHIA EMERY b. 30 Aug. 1842
    • *17505 BESTEY MCC. EMERY b. 3 Mar. 1844 Upton, Massachusetts
    • 17505 MARY JANE EMERY b. 14 May 1847; d. 2 Feb. 1864 Austin, Illinois
    • *17506 CHARLES WOODMAN EMERY b. 5 Oct. 1851 Upton, Massachusetts
    m 2nd 16 Feb. 1854 Concord, Merrmiack, New Hampshire FRANCES ANN SANBORN. .
      Children:
    • *17507 CLARENCE FOSTER EMERY b. Sep. 1856 Clinton, Illinois
    • ~ 17508 FRANCES ROSALINDA EMERY b. Aug. 1862 Macon co., Illinois; d. 13 Mar. 1870
    • 17509-10 names unknown
    8696 HENRY MCCULLIS [MCALILLIS] EMERY m. 5 Jun. 1843 BETSEY A. MARTIN of Wolfboro, New Hampshire b. 1 Apr. 1818. Res. Lowell, Massachusetts
      Children:
    • 17511 ELMIRA L. EMERY b. 3 Apr. 1844; m. 7 Dec. 1870 ADDISON L. NUTEN b. Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 10 Jul. 1846; d. 7 Jun. 1880
    • ~ 17512 ANGELINE EMERY b. 14 Jul. 1846; d. 7 Jun. 1846
    • 17513 WILLIAM C. EMERY b. 24 Mar. 1847
    • 17514 MARIA M. EMERY b. 7 Oct. 1851
    8702 SAMUEL EMERY m. LYDIA COOMBS of Lowell, Massachusetts; m. 2nd MITTIE CLOUGH of Canterbury, New Hampshire Res. Lowell, Massachusetts, Clinton, Maine and Peoria, Illinois He d. Canterbury ,New Hampshire 10 Sep. 1873. .
      Children:
    • 17515 MARY MAUD EMERY b. 19 Feb. 1869 Illinois
    • 17516 ABBIE JOSEPHINE EMERY b. 23 Jul. 1870 Canterbury, New Hampshire
    • 17517 MITTIE LOUISA EMERY b. Jan. 1872 Peoria, Illinois
    Ede and Ann (Emery) Taylor
    8704 REBECCA WOODMAN TAYLOR m. 17 Apr. 1831 ROSWELL SWETLAND b. 8 Oct. 1801.
      Children b. Lebanon, New Hampshire:
    • 17518 NAOMI R. SWETLAND b. 4 Apr. 1832
    • 17519 FREEMAN L. SWETLAND b. 23 Jul. 1835
    • 17520 WILLIAM A. SWETLAND
    8705 MARY/POLLY TAYLOR m. 29 Aug. 1816 JONATHAN C. SMITH d. 19 Nov. 1855 New Hampton,New Hampshire s/o Noah and Mary (Chase) Smith. She d. Sep. 1875. .
      Children:
    • ~ 17521 EDE SMITH b. Jun. 18__; d. 18 Jun. 1817
    • ~ 17522 ELVAH SMITH b. Jun. 18__; d. 18 Jun. 1817
    • ~ 17523 MARY A. SMITH b. 17 Jan. 18__; d. 30 Jun. 1819
    • 17524 CELESTIA TAYLOR SMITH b. 15 Jul. 1820
    • 17525 HANNAH INGALLS SMITH b. 2 Oct. 1882
    • 17526 SHADRACK TAYLOR SMITH b. 5 Mar. 1825
    • 17527 JONATHAN ALVATT SMITH b. 18 Nov. 1827
    • 17528 ELECTA TAYLOR SMITH b. 28 Jan. 1832 New Hampton,New Hampshire
    • 17529 ALONZO FRANK/FRANK A. SMITH b. 24 May 1830 Sanbornton,New Hampshire
    • 17530 MARY BRACKETT JOHNSON SMITH b. 26 Feb. 1836 New Hampton,New Hampshire
    • 17564 ELBERT GOODALE SMITH b. 16 Mar. 1840/1 Boston, Massachusetts
    8706 RACHEL MOORE TAYLOR Taylor m. 1 Dec. 1819 TRUEWORTHY S. GORDON b. 30 Apr. 1795 Sandbornton, New Hampshire s/o Eliphalet and Abigail/Nabby (Smith) Gordon. .
      Children:
    • 17532 SARAH A. K. GORDON b. 8 Apr. 1821 New Hampton, New Hampshire; m. 25 Aug. 1847
      JONATHAN R. PIKE b. 16 Jun. 1819 Plymouth, New Hampshire
    • 17533 EDE TAYLOR GORDON b. 13 May 1822; d. 20 Nov. 1853
    • 17534 LUCIEN S. GORDON b. 5 Jun. 1827
    • 17535 ELIPHALET S. GORDON b. 10 Sep.1831
    8707 NANCY TAYLOR m. 17 Nov. 1822 CALVIN [CHARLES] INGALLS b. 7 Jul. 1799 Canterbury, New Hampshire d. 16 Jul. 1855. She d. Feb. 1874 Children:
  • 17536 NATHANIEL P. INGALLS b. 30 Dec. 1823
  • 17537 JOSEPH C. INGALLS b. 21 Jul. 1825; m. 9 Aug. 1848 ELIZABETH R. LUCAS she d. 19 Mar. 1823; res. Concord, New Hampshire
  • 17538 CHARLES M. INGALLS b. 4 Jan. 1827; res. Canterbury, New Hampshire
  • 17539 GORDON S. INGALLS b. 11 Jul. 1819
  • 17540 ANDREW J. INGALLS b. 30 Mar. 1831
  • 17541 IRENE T. INGALLS b. 26 Apr. 1833
  • 17542 RUHAMAH INGALLS b. 29 Jan. 1835; m. 16 Nov. 1854 AARON LORD b. 5 Feb. 1825
  • 17543 CHARLOTTE L. INGALLS b. 27 Mar. 1838
  • 17544 ANNIE C. INGALLS b. 20 Jan. 1843
    8710 ELIZA CROCKETT TAYLOR m. 8 Jun. 1826 JONATHAN E. CILLEY b. 26 Jul. 1800 Northfield, New Hampshire She d. Dover, New Hampshire 5 Mar. 1848. .
      Children:
    • 17545 ELIZABETH CILLEY b. 14 Mar. 1827
    • 17546 ANN T. CILLEY b. 2 Jul. 1830
    • 17547 HORACE LYMAN CILLEY b. 16 Feb. 1833; m. Mrs. MYRA A. TEBBETTS; res. Boston, Massachusetts
    • 17548 ORRAN GEORGE CILLEY b. 4 Apr. 1840
    8711 SALLY HUSE TAYLOR m. 29 May 1832 Plaistead, New Hampshire HORACE LYMAN b. 1 Jul. 1810 New Hampton, New Hampshire .
      Children:
    • 17549 PHEBE E. LYMAN b. 10 Aug. 1836
    • 17550 CLARINDA T. LYMAN b. 22 Dec. 1838
    • 17551 HORACE S. LYMAN b. 10 May 1840
    • 17552 DANIEL E. LYMAN b. 23 Nov. 1843
    8712 IRENE B. TAYLOR m. 23 Feb. 1835 CHRISTOPHER S. MASON b. 23 May 1811. Res. Lebanon, New Hampshire and E. Somerville, Massachusetts .
      Children b. Lebanon, New Hampshire:
    • 17553 MARTHA ANN MASON b. 13 Apr. 1846
    • 17554 FRANK TAYLOR MASON b. 28 Oct. 1850
    John P. and Molly (Emery) Hayes
    8716 WILLIAM HAYES m. 24 May 1821 LYDIA SANDBORN b. 1 Jun. 1796 d/o Jeremiah and Susan (Hubbard) Sandborn. Noted teacher. Removed in 1854 to Milo, Bureau, Illinois He d. Feb. 1881.
      Children:
    • *17555 JEREMIAH HAYES b. 22 Jun. 1822
    • 17556 JOHN MOODY HAYES b. 1829; graduated Dartmouth University, 1851; professor of Greek Lomabard University Galesburg, Illinois; d. Sep. 1856 Galesburg, Illinois
    • 17559 MARY PLUMMER HAYES b. Jan. 1833; m. GEORGE LOMABARD of Hanover, New Hampshire; farmer Saratoga, Illinois; 3 ch.
    • ~ 17560 AMOS WALTON HAYES b. 1835; d. Nov. 1866
    8717 REBECCA W. HAYES m. 21 Sep. 1825 ELISHA DURKEE of Hanover, New Hampshire Res. in Sycamore, Illinois and Olathe, Kansas where he died. She d. Jan. 1877. .
      Children b. Hanover, New Hampshire:
    • *17559 MARY ELIZABETH DURKEE b. 12 Sep.1826
    • *17560 SAMUEL THOMPSON DURKEE b. 31 Mar. 1837
    • *17561 SILAS WHIDDEN DURKEE b. 31 Mar. 1837
    8718 BRADSTREET MOODY HAYES m. [-?-]. He d. Milo, Illinois 1832. Physician and farmer.
      Child:
    • 17562 BRYON HAYES m. [-?-]_; 2 ch.; farmer in Joplin, Miisouri.
    8719 JOHN PLUMMER HAYES m. 1 Jun. 1829 JULIA ANN PATTERSON of Ky. d. 3 Dec. 1833
      Child:
    • 17563 JOHN PLUMMER HAYES b. 12 Aug. 1830 soldier in the Union Army Civil War; d. Texas
    ; m 2nd 7 Oct. 1834 BETSEY CARPENTER of Norton, Massachusetts d. 23 Apr. 1852
      child:
    • 17564 JONATHAN B. HAYES b. 3 Feb. 1833; went south; d. Memphis, Tennessee; m. [-?-] who lives in Kansas; 2 sons and 1 dau. m. and has 3 ch.
    m 3rd 2 Apr.1853 Providence, Rhode Island. SARAH C. GARDNER. Res. Carlisle, Indiana. 1828-33; 1833-63 Illinois Clergyman in Methodist Episcopal Church Illinois for thirty years; agent of A.B.S 1864-71. .
    8722 ELIZA ANN HAYES m. 4 Jul. 1833 AARON MORSE of Hopkinston, New Hampshire he d. 9 Aug. 1849. Res. Concord, New Hampshire .
      Children:
    • 17565 MARTHA HILL MORSE b. 8 May 1834; m. 25 Dec. 1866 LEWIS DOW he is an artist in California
    • 17566 GEORGE MORSE b. 12 Apr. 1842; music teacher in Concord, New Hampshire
    8723 ABIGAIL W. HAYES m. 1 May 1833 WILLIAM HENRY MEAD he d. Meredith, New Hampshire 26y 4m.
      Child:
    • 17567 ASA LEWIS MEAD went west d.
    8724 SALLY MERY HAYES m. 9 Jun. 1840 FRASNCIS D. SLADE s/o Isaac Slade. She d. May 1882. .
      Children:
    • 17568 HORACE TOPLIFT SLADE b. 24 Feb. 1844; d. 2 Nov. 1865
    • *17569 MARY ESTHER SLADE b. 2 Dec. 1849
    8725 JOSIAH EMERY HAYES m. [-?-]; m 2nd NANCY PORTER. He d. Apr. 1881. Col. in the Civil war; merchant; state treasurer of Kansas. Res. Olathe, Kansas .
      Children:
    • 17570 CHARLES HAYES m. [-?-]; banker at Olathe, Kansas
    • 17571 EMMA HAYES m. [-?-] LORD of St. Louis, Mo.
    • 17572 ARTHUR HAYES
    • 17573 HOLLEY HAYES
    Jeremiah and Lydia (Emery) Hackett
    8726 MARY/POLLY HACKETT m. 7 Jan. 1822 Gilmanton, New Hampshire STEPHEN GALE .
      Child:
    • 17574 CHARLES W. GALE m. JANE E. LONG of Rockland, Maine; officer in Massachusetts prison 25 years
    8727 NANCY HACKETT m. 12 Apr. 1828 Gilmanton, New Hampshire SEWALL BATCHELDER.
      Children:
    • 17576 GEORGE A. BATCHELDER b. 5 May. 1829 Boston, Massachusetts
    • 17577 HATTIE BATCHELDER b. 23 Dec. 1833
    8728 MAHALA HACKETT m. WILLIAM GOSS who drowned; m 2nd JOHN GOSS; m 3) M. MERRILL. She d. 1870. .
    • 17578 JULIA A. GOSS b. 1827; m. 2 Nov. 1847 Guilford, New Hampshire STEPHEN BRYER; m 2nd 3 Jul. 1880 HIRAM S. TWOMBLY
    • 17579 ASA GOSS b. 26 Nov. 1831; m. L. SMITH; d. Dover, New Hampshire1862
    • 17580 LYDIA A. GOSS b. Guilford, New Hampshire; m. H. S. TWOMBLY; d. Dover, New Hampshire 1869
    • 17581 ABBIE GOSS b. 1846; m. GEORGE GREENLEAF he d. 1871 in the Army
    8729 EMERY HACKETT m. 26 Jun. 1836 MEHETABLE R. BURGIN b. 13 Aug. 1818 d. 6 Dec. 1859. He is known as HACKETT EMERY. .
      Children:
    • 17582 JOHN A. HACKETT b. 28 Mar. 1837
    • ~ 17583 CHARLES P. HACKETT b. 25 Nov. 1838; d. inf.
    • 17584 ELIZA J. HACKETT b. 30 Jan. 1841; m. 1857 J. L. BRYANT
    • 17585 NELLIE M. HACKETT b. 30 Apr. 1843; m. 8 Jun. 1866 J. N. STAPLES
    • ~ 17586 ADDIE A. HACKETT b. 17 Feb. 1845; unm.
    • 17587 NATHAN E. HACKETT b. 4 Mar. 1847
    • 17588 ARTHUR E. HACKETT b. 28 Mar. 1849
    • 17589 CLARA HACKETT b. 14 Nov. 1851; m. 24 Dec. 1877 GEORGE P. DAVIS
    • ~ 17590 LIZZIE M. HACKETT b. 20 Apr. 1853; d. unm. 20 Apr. 1853
    • 17591 FANNIE E. HACKETT b. 19 Sep. 1855; m. 29 Jul. 1875 FRED F. CHAUNCEY
    8730 BETSEY EMERY HACKETT m. 2 Jan. 1830 Boston, Massachusetts WILLIAM FINNEY of Plymouth, Massachusetts .
      Children:
    • 17592 WILLIAM H. FINNEY b. 9 Aug. 1832 Gilmanton, New Hampshire; m. 15 Oct. 1855 SARAH B. EMMONDS of Charlestown, Massachusetts
    • 17593 ELIABETH F. FINNEY b. 2 Jan. 1835 Plymouth, Massachusetts; m. 20 Sep. 1855 JAMES H. ALLEN of Medford, Massachusetts
    • 17594 ALFRED C. FINNEY b. 20 Aug. 1841 Boston, Massachusetts; union Soldier Civil War Col. Co. E. 5th Massachusetts Vols.
    • 17595 CHARLES E. FINNEY b. 8 Nov. 1842; m. 6 Apr. 1862 Plymouth, Massachusetts SUSAN M. LEONARD
    8732 SUSAN HACKETT m. LEMUEL CROSBY.
      Children:
    • 17596 EDWIN F. CROSBY m. EMMA SHIRLEY
    • 17597 GEORGE L. CROSBY
    • 17598 ANNE E. CROSBY m. [-?-] HUNTINGTON
    • 17599 SUSAN H. CROSBY m. WILLIAM LAMOX
    • ~ 17600 WILLIAM CROSBY d. young
    • ~ 17601 CHARLES CROSBY d. young
    Jonathan and Rebecca (Emery) Morrison
    8735 ELIZABETH MEADER MORRISON m. 1 May 1823 Lynn, Massachusetts BLANY WALTON. She d. 1861.
      Children:
    • 17602 ELIZZA MALINA WALTON m. WILLIAM SMITH
    • 17603 ELLEN MARIA WALTON m. GEORGE SMITH
    • ~ 17604 JONATHAN B. WALTON d. unm.
    • ~ 17605 JOSEPH WALTON d. unm.
    8736 JOSIAH EMERY MORRISON m. 4 Jun. 1832 MEHETABLE GEORGE b. 23 Feb. 1803 d/o Josiah and Peace (Hodgdon) George. .
      Children:
    • 17606 SAMUEL LENT MORRISON b. 21 Jan. 1834 Sandbornton, New Hampshire
    • 17607 JOSIAH GEORGE LUNT MORRISON b. 18 Sep. 1839
    8737 ABIGAIL LIBBY MORRISON m. 7 Feb. 1828 SAMUEL LUNT .
      Children:
    • 17608 ABBIE ELIZABETH LUNT
    • 17609 SAMUEL LUNT d. in Civil War
    • 17610 son
    87388 JUDITH LANE MORRISON m. 11 Sep. 1825 AMOS WALTON .
      Children:
    • 17611 SARAH W. WALTON m. JAMES LEAVITT
    • 17612 ABBIE L WALTON m. JOHN WOODS
    • 17613 FEDORA ELIOWA WALTON m. O. H. P. FLANDERS
    • ~ 17614 SAMUEL WALTON d. unm.
    8739 AMOS EMERY MORRISON m. 19 Aug. 1837 Sandbornton, New Hampshire LUCINDA BEAN b. Dec. 1813 Candia, New Hampshire d. 1894 Brainard, Minnesota d/o Daniel and Hannah (Smith) Bean. He d. Sauk Rapids, Minnesota 17 Feb. 1875 Res. Candia, New Hampshire; St, Charles, Illinois and Blue Earth, Minnesota .
      Children:
    • ~ 17615 JULIA ANN [EDWIN CHAPIN says Bean Gen.] MORRISON b. 10 Nov. 1838; d. 10 Jan. 1840 Sandborton, New Hampshire
    • 17616 EDWIN CHAPIN [JULIA ANN says Bean Gen.] MORRISON b. 4 Jul. 1845
      Sandbornton, New Hampshire; d. 12 Oct. 1870 Sauk Rapids, Minnesota
    • *17617 MARY ELLEN MORRISON b. 24 Apr. 1851
    8741 REBECCA ANN MORRISON m. 4 May 1837 NATHANIEL JONES b. New Boston 7 Feb. 1812 d. May 1880 s/o Nathaniel Jones. .
      Children:
    • ~ 17618 NATHANIEL PERKINS JONES b. Sandborton, New Hampshire; d. aet 3m
    • ~ 17619 CHARLES WILLIAM JONES d. aet 2 weeks
    • ~ 17620 CHARLES CARROLL JONES d. aet 18 mos. Lowell, Massachusetts
    • ~ 17621 WALTER CARROLL JONES d. aet 11 mos.
    • ~ 17622 GRANILLE MORRISON JONES b. aet 14 mos.
    • ~ 17623 ANN REBECCA JONES d. aet 2 mos. d.
    • 17624 ALICE MAY JONES b. 6 May. 1860
    8742 JONATHAN EASTMAN MORRISON m. 5 Nov. 1843 MARY N. PAGE b. 1819 Bristol, Maine d. 17 Sep. 1871 Onward, Massachusetts
      Children:
    • *17625 HERBERT EASTMAN MORRISON b. 26 Aug. 1844
    • *17626 MARY ELLEN GERTRUDE MORRISON b. 28 Mar. 1846
    m 2nd 11 Feb. 1873 MARY HELEN SYLVESTER. H. d. Onawa, Iowa .
      children;
    • 17627 WALTER I. MORRISON b. 11 Feb. 1874
    Joseph and Sarah (Emery) Huse
    8743 RACHEL HUSE m. 29 Oct. 1837 DANIEL DEMERITT b. 19 Jun. 1790 Ossipee he d. 5 May 1874.
      Children:
    • *17628 SARAH ELIABETH DEMERITT b. 11 Feb. 1840
    • ~ 17629 JOSEPH HUSE DEMERITT b. 17 Sep. 1841; d. unm. 22 Mar. 1871; a soldier in 13th Vermont Reg. Civil War
    • ~ 17630 DANIEL DEMERITT b. 3 Jul. 1843; d. 10 May 1854
    • 17631 ARTHUR DEMERITT b. 17 Apr. 1845; m. RACHEL TOWNE 30 Jan. 1877
    8744 DANIEL MORRISON HUSE m. 25 Nov. 1830 ELI DUDLEY b. 16 Jun. 1807 d. 18 Jan. 1888 Canterbury, New Hampshire d/o Samuel C. and Mercy (Thorn) Dudley. He d. 3 Sep. 1883 Northfield,New Hampshire .
      Children b. Thornton, New Hampshire:
    • *17632 LOVINA A. HUSE b. 3 Sep. 1834
    • *17633 SARAH EMILY HUSE b. 8 Jan. 1840
    • *17634 ANN ELIZA HUSE b. 8 Jan. 1845
    8745 WILLIAM BRIER HUSE m. 15 Dec. 1833 FANNY PLUMMER b. 10 Jan. 1812 Sandborton, New Hampshire d/o Richard and Sally (Fox) Plummer.
      Children:
    • *17635 LUTHER PLUMMER HUSE b. 4 May 1835
    • *17636 WARREN DANIEL HUSE b. 25 Dec. 1836 Waterbury, Vermont
    • ~ 17637 LAURA ANN HUSE b. 2 Nov. 1838 Duxbury, Vermont; m. int. 17 Jun. 1680
      ISAAC R. BLAKE; d. 28 Jul. 1896 New Hampton,New Hampshire; s.p.
    • *17638 WILLIAM SANBORN HUSE b. 13 Jul. 1840 Moretown, Vermont
    • 17639 LEONARD HUSE b. 7 May 1842 Moretown, Vermont union soldier Civil War 8th
      New Hampshire Reg.; d. Brasher City, La. 30 May 1863
    • *17640 FANNY HUSE b. 12 Jun. 1845
    • 17641 MARY ELLEN HUSE b. 6 Aug. 1847; teacher
    8747 EBENZER B. HUSE m. 5 Jun. 1844 Waterbury, Vermont LYDIA FISK b. 19 Sep. 1822 d. 28 Apr. 1882 Waterbury, Vermont d/o Benjamin and Lavinia (Clark) Fisk. He d. 29 Jul. 1900 Waterbury, Vermont .
      Child:
    • *17642 ALMA RUSHA HUSE b. 29 Sep. 1845
    Robert and Sarah (Freeland) Merrill
    8749 MOSES EMERY MERRILL m. LOUISA SLAIGHTER. He d. 1847 at Battle of Malino del Ray Mexico 8 Sep. 1847. .
      Children:
    • *17643 WILLIAM EMERY MERRILL b. 1837
    • 17644 LAWSON CARTER MERRILL b. 1839; d. 1864; paymaster, Navy Civil War
    • 17645 SAMUEL SLAUGHTER MERRILL b. 1840; d. 1915
    • 17646 child
    8752 ANGELINE MERRILL m. 18 Nov. 1829 GEORGE EARL. She d. ;1838.
      Child:
    • *17647 ELIABETH EARL b. 1833
    8754 SAMUEL RAWSON MERRILL m. 1 Jun. 1860 Stevens Point, Michigan ANNA COMSTOCK EMMONS of Rochester, NEW YORK who res. in Juneau, Wisconsin He d. 17 Dec. 1881 Juneau, Wisconsin .
      Child:
    • 17648 HARRIET BELL MERRILL b. Wisconsin; D.A.R. #13848
    Moses and Dorothy (Bragg) Merrill
    8761 SARAH EMERY MERRILL m. 1848 JEREMIAH CUSHING BARKER b. 1814 d. 25 Jul. 1882 s/o David G. and Deborah (Joslyn) Barker. She d. 11 May 1854. .
      Children b. Westbrook, Maine:
    • 17649 ABIGAIL GORHAM BARKER b. 19 Apr. 1849
    • 17650 MARY POOR BARKER b. 23 Oct. 1850; D. A. R. #35289
    • *17651 FREDERICK CUSHING BARKER b. 23 Nov. 1852
    8764 JOHN CALVIN MERRILL m. ARAMINTA P. JONES b. Turner, Massachusetts 14 Mar. 1828 d. 24 May 1884 d/o Benjamin and Jeanette (Allen) Jones. .
      Children:
    • 17652 MAUD MERRILL b. Andover, Massachusetts; m. RICHMOND L. MELCHER; D.A.R. #35244
    • 17653-6 names unknown
    Samuel and Anna M. (Merrill) Poor
    8786 BENJAMIN POOR m. CATHERINE AUGUSTA MONTGOMERY b. 1814 d/o John Montgomery. .
      Child:
    • *17657 ELIZA PORTER POOR b. 1841
    Sylvannus and Mary (Merrill) Poor
    8787 LAURA POOR m. 1825 Bolton, Massachusetts THOMAS TREADWELL STONE D.D.S. b. Waterford, Maine 9 Feb. 1801 s/o Solomon and Hepsibah (Treadwell) Stone. Graduated Bowdoin College, 1820. .
      Child:
    • 17658 LUCIAN RIPLEY POOR
    8788 HENRY VARNUM POOR m. 7 Sep. 1841 MARY WILD PIERCE b. 1821 d/o John Pierce. He d. 1905. .
      Children:
    • 17659 MARY MERRILL POOR b. NEW YORK City, NEW YORK; m. ALFRED DUPONT CHANDLER; D.A.R. #20998
    • 17660 WILLIAM HENRY POOR b. 1844
    • 17661-2 sons names unknown
    • 17663-6 daus. names unknown
    Ezekiel and Phebe V. (Farrington) Merrill
    8794 EEKIEL EMERY MERRILL m. 11 Dec. 1884 HANNAH ABBOTT FROST. He d. 1890. .
      Children:
    • *17666 SARAH WHITMAN HOBBS MERRILL
    • *17667 HENRY PUTNAM MERRILL b. 1842
    • 17668-73 names unknown
    8797 SARAH FARRINGTON MERRILL m. WILLIAM WHITMAN HOBBS. She d. 1880.
      Child:
    • 17674 ADELE SOPHRONIA HOBBS b. 1842; m. JOHN MILTON ADAMS (See #8805)
    Isaac W. and Lydia A. (Merrill) Talbot
    8803 EEKIEL MERRILL TALBOT m. 1848 NANCY WHITMAN d. 1852; m 2nd 30 Dec. 1856 ORIETTA VERMILYEA. .
      Children:
    • *17674 NANCY WHITMAN TALBOT b. 1850
    • 17675 JESSE VERMILYEA TALBOTT m. JAMES EDWARD CARANHAN; D. A. R. #6124
    Nathan and Susan (Merrill) Adams
    8805 JOHN MILTON ADAMS m. 16 Sep. 1851 SOPHIA E. PREBLE, dv. 1862; m 2nd ADELE SOPHRONIA HOBBS (#17674) .
      Child:
    • 17676 SUSAN MERRILL ADAMS b. Portland, Maine; m. JAMES HARRINGTON BOYD; D. A. R. #106618
    John and Lydia E. (Merrill) Poor
    8826 JOHN MERRILL POOR m. MARY ALICE MERRILL b. 1844 d. 1901 d/o William and Catherine (Pearson) Merrill. He d. 1913.
      Child:
    • 17667 JOHN MERRILL POOR
    John S. and Susan B. (Haseltine) Emery
    8835 FREDERICK AUGUSTUS EMERY m. 25 Mar. 1885 CLARA E. LAFAYETTE b. 14 Apr. 1854 Waterloo, Maine .
      Child:
    • 17678 ANNE GRACE EMERY b. 10 Jun. 1886 Boston, Maine
    8837 ANNE BARTLETT EMERY m. 25 Dec. 1876 LUTHER C. RICHARDSON of Pelham, New Hampshire She d. 17 Jan. 1882.
      Children:
    • 17679 CHESTER AUGUSTUS RICHARDSON b. 17 Oct. 1877
    • 17680 MABEL ANN RICHARDSON b. 21 Mar. 1879
    • 17681 MARION LOUISA RICHARDSON b. 18 May 1880
    • 17682 MAWELL G. RICHARDSON b. 2 Nov. 1881
    Isreal and Mary (Lord) Ingalls
    8842 ISREAL INGALLS m. before 1816 MARY LORD b. 9 Nov. 1795 d. Mar. 1871. He d. c. 1835 Alton, Illinois Served War of 1812. .
      Children:
    • 17683 JOSEPH INGALLS m. DELILIA/DILLIE [-?-]_
    • 17684 HENRY INGALLS . 2 Mar. 1826 Ohio; m. Jan. 1849 SARAH J. BRENTS
    • 17685 ARTHUR INGALLS m. Mrs. TAYLOR
    • *17686 ROXCINDA/ROXIE INGALLS b. 22 May 1828 Hamilton co., Ohio
    • 17687 SOPHRONIA I./PHRONIA INGALLS m. [-?-] GIBSON
    • *17688 ELIZABETH/LIB INGALLS b. 1821
    • 17689 LYMAN INGALLS; b. 2 months after father died; d. 1852
    • 17690 THEODORE PERCY INGALLS b. 13 Sep. 1835 Maine; m. 27 Feb. 1867
      KATE/CATHERINE SMITH
    NOTE no. #17610-17690