- [S365] Eben Graves, The descendants of Henry Sewall. Vol. II (Unpublished), p. 167.
Charles W. Emery1
- [S232] Ancestry.com, Maine, Marriage Records, 1705-1922.
Daniel Emery married Hannah Toppan, daughter of Sgt. Jacob Toppan and Sarah Kent, on 26 November 1718.2
Ida May Emery1
F, b. 1875, d. 1946
Ida May Emery was born in 1875 in Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of Charles W. Emery.3 Ida May Emery married secondly John Minot Soule, son of George Thomas Soule and Caroline Amelia Sewall, on 2 July 1906 in Farmington, Maine.1 Ida May Emery died in 1946.2
F, b. 1759
Jane Emery was born in 1759.1 She married Simon Frost, son of Judge Simon Frost and Mercy Sewall, on 19 November 1777.1,2
Children of Jane Emery and Simon Frost
Jedidah S. Emery
F, b. circa 1811
Jedidah S. Emery was born circa 1811. She married firstly John Thomas 3rd on 23 October 1828 in Eden, Maine.1 Jedidah S. Emery married secondly Zaccheus P. Eastes on 23 March 1850 in Bangor, Maine.2
M, b. 29 September 1686, d. 30 June 1750
John Emery was born on 29 September 1686 in Newbury, Massachusetts.1,2 He married Mehitable Short, daughter of Henry Short and Anne Sewall, on 30 December 1714 in Newburyport, Massachusetts.3 John Emery died on 30 June 1750 in Newbury, Massachusetts, at the age of 631,4 and is buried in Sawyer Hill Burying Ground, Newburyport, Massachusetts.4
Children of John Emery and Mehitable Short
M, b. 12 March 1743
John Emery was born on 12 March 1743 in Newbury, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Moses Emery and Lydia Emery.1
M, b. 17 May 1747
Josiah Emery was born on 17 May 1747 in Newbury, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Moses Emery and Lydia Emery.1
Lucy Emery married Horace Porter Sewall, son of Samuel Sewall and Betsey Whitney, on 5 January 1853 in Dorchester.2
F, b. circa 1717, d. 11 July 1800
Lydia Emery was born circa 1717.2 She married Moses Emery, son of John Emery and Mehitable Short, on 14 March 1737/38 in Newbury, Massachusetts.3 Lydia Emery died on 11 July 1800 in Massachusetts.2
Children of Lydia Emery and Moses Emery
F, b. 30 December 1738
Lydia Emery was born on 30 December 1738 in Newbury, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Moses Emery and Lydia Emery.1
F, b. 25 January 1719/20, d. 1786
Mary Emery was born on 25 January 1719/20 in Newbury, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of John Emery and Mehitable Short. Mary Emery married Barnard Currier, son of Richard Currier, on 23 October 1739 in Amesbury, Massachusetts.3 Mary Emery died in 1786.1
Children of Mary Emery and Barnard Currier
- Mehitable Currier+1 b. 27 Jun 1740, d. 10 Mar 1819
- Stephen Currier1 b. 16 Nov 1741, d. b 1747
- Mary Currier1 b. 10 Sep 1743
- Anne Currier1 b. 8 Jul 1745
- Stephen Currier1 b. 13 Sep 1747
- Richard Currier1 b. 13 Sep 1749
- Anna Currier1 b. 6 Dec 1754
- Sarah Currier4 b. 22 Feb 1757
- John Currier4 b. 8 Nov 1758
- Dorothy Currier4 b. 17 Jan 1763
F, b. 14 April 1741
Mary Emery was born on 14 April 1741 in Newbury, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Moses Emery and Lydia Emery.1
M, b. 1 August 1764
Michael Emery was born on 1 August 1764 in Newbury, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Moses Emery and Lydia Emery.1
M, b. 12 October 1715, d. 11 April 1789
Moses Emery was born on 12 October 1715 in Newbury, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of John Emery and Mehitable Short.1 Moses Emery married Lydia Emery on 14 March 1737/38 in Newbury, Massachusetts.3 Moses Emery died on 11 April 1789 in Newbury, Massachusetts, at the age of 73.3
Children of Moses Emery and Lydia Emery
M, b. 31 January 1744
Moses Emery was born on 31 January 1744 in Newbury, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Moses Emery and Lydia Emery.1
M, b. 31 May 1750
Nathan Emery was born on 31 May 1750 in Newbury, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Moses Emery and Lydia Emery.1
M, b. 4 October 1896, d. 4 November 1978
Norman Bartlett Emery was born on 4 October 1896 in York Beach, Maine.2 He was the son of Thomas Bartlett Emery and Abbie S. Kimball.3 Norman Bartlett Emery married Etta May Sewall, daughter of Frank Ernest Sewall and Marietta Muchmore, on 30 April 1926.4 Norman Bartlett Emery died on 4 November 1978 in York, Maine, at the age of 82.5
Children of Norman Bartlett Emery and Etta May Sewall
- [S205] Newspaper, The Portsmouth Herald, 24 November 1969.
- [S232] Ancestry.com, Maine Military Men, 1917-1918.
- [S231] 1930 US Census, York, Maine.
- [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 120693165."
- [S232] Ancestry.com, Maine Death Index, 1960-1997.
- [S34] Unverified internet information, http://www.muchmore.org/mfa2G/pafg11.htm#2830 (December 2008).
Sarah Louise Emery1
F, b. 28 June 1931, d. 5 June 2015
Sarah Louise Emery was born on 28 June 1931 in York, Maine. She was the daughter of Norman Bartlett Emery and Etta May Sewall.1 Sarah Louise Emery died on 5 June 2015 in York, Maine, at the age of 83.2
- [S34] Unverified internet information, http://www.muchmore.org/mfa2G/pafg11.htm#2830 (December 2008).
- [S34] Unverified internet information, http://www.seacoastonline.com/article/20150607/NEWS/…
Thomas Bartlett Emery
Thomas Bartlett Emery married Abbie S. Kimball.
Thomas Sewall Emery1
M, b. 8 July 1927, d. 23 October 1994
Thomas Sewall Emery was born on 8 July 1927 in York, Maine.2,1 He was the son of Norman Bartlett Emery and Etta May Sewall.2 Thomas Sewall Emery died on 23 October 1994 in Boston, Massachusetts, at the age of 67.3
Alfred King of England, Alfred the Great1
M, b. 849, d. 26 October 899
Alfred King of England, Alfred the Great was born in 849 in Wantage, Dorset.1,2 He was the son of Ethelwulf King of Wessex and Osburga of Hampshire.2,3 Alfred King of England, Alfred the Great married Ethelswitha daughter of Aethelred,, daughter of Aethelred Mucel, Ealdorman of the Gainas and Princess Edburga of Mercia,, in 868 in Winchester.4 Alfred King of England, Alfred the Great died on 26 October 899 and was buried in Newminster Abbey, Winchester. His remains were later removed to Hyde Abbey, Winchester, which was destroyed during the Reformation. The present site of his grave is unknown. His bones may possibly lie in one of the mortuary chests in Winchester Cathedral.1,4
Child of Alfred King of England, Alfred the Great and Ethelswitha daughter of Aethelred,
Edgar King of England, Edgar the Peacable1
M, b. 943, d. 8 July 975
Edgar King of England, Edgar the Peacable was born in 943.2 He was the son of Edmund I King of England, Edmund the Magnificent and Saint Elgiva.2 Edgar King of England, Edgar the Peacable married Elfrida of Devon, daughter of Ordgar Ealdorman of Devon, in 965.2 Edgar King of England, Edgar the Peacable died on 8 July 975 in Winchester and was buried in Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset.3
Child of Edgar King of England, Edgar the Peacable and Elfrida of Devon
- Aethelred the Unready, Aethelred II, King of England+2 b. c 968, d. 23 Apr 1016
Edmund I King of England, Edmund the Magnificent1
M, b. 920, d. 26 May 946
Edmund I King of England, Edmund the Magnificent was born in 920.1 He was the son of Edward I King of England, Edward the Elder and Edgiva of Kent.1 Edmund I King of England, Edmund the Magnificent married Saint Elgiva circa 940.2 Edmund I King of England, Edmund the Magnificent was murdered on 26 May 946 in Pucklechurch, Dorset, when an outlaw named Liofa stabbed him whilst he was dining in his hall. He was buried in Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset. He was succeeded by his brother Edred.2
Child of Edmund I King of England, Edmund the Magnificent and Saint Elgiva
Edward I King of England, Edward the Elder1
M, b. circa 871, d. 924
Edward I King of England, Edward the Elder was born circa 871.1 He was the son of Alfred King of England, Alfred the Great and Ethelswitha daughter of Aethelred.2 Edward I King of England, Edward the Elder married as his third wife Edgiva of Kent, daughter of Sigehelm of Kent, Ealdorman of Kent.3 Edward I King of England, Edward the Elder died in 924.2
Child of Edward I King of England, Edward the Elder and Edgiva of Kent
Joan of England1
F, b. 1272, d. 23 April 1307
Joan of England is also recorded as Joan of Acre. She was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine.1 She was the daughter of King Edward I, called Longshanks and Eleanor of Castile.1 Joan of England married firstly Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford on 30 April 1290 in Westminster Abbey. Joan of England died on 23 April 1307 in Clare, Suffolk.1
Child of Joan of England and Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford
- [S147] Alison Weir, Britain's Royal Families, p. 84.
Herman Bradford Engle1
Herman Bradford Engle married Myra Regina A. DesLauriers, daughter of Philip A. DesLauriers and Estell St. Armain, on 1 April 1920 in Worcester, Massachusetts, but the marriage was annulled 23 March 1925 because of Engel's polygamy.1,2
Captain Alexander English1
- [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 44 p. 58.
M, d. 4 July 1835
David English married Sarah Angelica (Ann) Singleton in 1832 Tradition has it that she left David English after a gunfight that resulted in the death of her brother Joseph and two of David's brothers and she remarried after David's death. However a more probably account is to be found in Tyrone Power's Impressions of America during the years 1833, 1834, and 1835, Vol. II. pp. 221-223, where he writes "My next illustration is of a kind so little in keeping with the year 1835, that it would be a better story if dated from the debateable land, anno Dom. 1535. The hero of the fight I am about to narrate is as fine a specimen of an old Irishman as ever I met with, and I have seen him frequently: his name is Robert Single- ton, and his residence is Baldwin county, in this State. It appears that Mr. Singleton had lent to a Mr. English four or five negroes, whom at a certain time he claimed, according to agreement, and took back to his own place: hence arose a dispute as to the right of possession ; which dispute the sons of Mr. English decided upon settling in a right border fashion. Accompanied by three of their white neighbours, and three of their father's slaves, the two Englishes repaired to the plantation of Mr. Singleton. He was absent; but they surrounded the house, and, after a resistance on the part of the slaves, which cost one of them his life, the number claimed were made prisoners, and marched off for the country of their captors. Meantime, a lad who had escaped from the house on the first attack, found, and communicated the surprisal and the result to his master, Mr. Singleton, who, accompanied by his eldest son, without a moment's hesitation put spurs to horse, and took the line of country likely to cut off the retreat of the enemy. Early on the next morning, July 4th, the Singletons came upon, a bridge they knew the Englishes must cross; and, not discovering new tracks, decided to halt here: they had not waited half an hour, when the other party came in sight. A parley was called. Singleton, senior, declared himself and son resolute to maintain the bridge against all comers, unless his slaves were restored. The elder brother, W. English, begged the Singletons not to fire, as they would surrender the negroes: at the same time, the party alighted; but as Singleton turned his head to desire his son to stand fast, he received a shot in the left shoulder; and, on a second, saw his son fall dead across his feet. Clapping his gun to his shoulder, he shot David English through the brain ; a barrel was at the same moment levelled against him by Wm. English, but snapped: again he called on Singleton not to shoot; but he this time called in vain. Taking up his son's loaded piece, he shot his adversary whilst in the act of stooping to lift his dead brother's rifle. One more shot was discharged from the English party, and Singleton received a second ball in his side. The assailants then fled, leaving the resolute old planter master of the field, with his eldest son, a young man of the best habits, dead at his feet. His wounds did not prevent his collecting his negroes after the flight of his enemies; he then walked back half a mile to where he had left his horse, mounted, and rode home, although upwards of fifty years of age. Mortification was for some time apprehended; but he at last recovered perfectly, and was, when I left Mobile, in robust health. The detail of this affair, as it stands in the journal, is concluded by a regular list with the names of killed and wounded; but not one word of comment. It is now in my possession, and the account may be relied upon as authentic in every particular." David English died on 4 July 1835.2
- [S34] Unverified internet information, http://www.marylandhistoricaltrust.net/search.html
- [S565] Tyrone Power, Impressions of America, Vol. II, p. 222.