Materials Toward a Genealogy of the Emmerton Family

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Page 125 - And that which should accompany old age, As honor, love, obedience, troops of friends, I must not look to have; but, in their stead, Curses, not loud, but deep, mouth-honor, breath, Which the poor heart would fain deny, and dare not.
Page 61 - Smith and showed the esteem in which he was held by the community in which he lived and labored as well as by his colleagues.
Page 154 - Notes and Additions to a Second Edition of Hentz's Spiders of the United States" (1875); "Structures and Habits of Spiders " (1877) ; and " Life on the Seashore
Page 42 - Her mother died in May last, and had married a Ward ; one child, a son, left. Heard from Lancaster. He had been for many years infirm.
Page 146 - Mustered out with his regiment at the expiration of their three years' service, he was commissioned to command a company of cavalry, but the chance for active service being over, he resigned. After the war he tried cultivating long-staple cotton at Gordon...
Page 41 - ... Hebron, Grafton Co., NH, May 6, 1782. She married, about 1799, Thomas Emmerton, who was born in Chebacco Parish, Ipswich, Mass., June 15, 1773. He died at Columbia, NH, April 12, 1848. She died May 10, 1866.
Page 35 - May 29. Mary, widow of John Ward. Fever, 51 years, married at 18 years. Lived with her first husband, an Emerton, seven years, and with her second husband, Ward, five years. He died December, 1789. She a Lufkin from Ipswich. Had son and daughter by first marriage. Daughter married Luke Heard.
Page 107 - Salem, told me the story) when, one night, the pair were awakened by the crashing fall of the mirror to the floor. Martha exclaimed "there, something has happened to Emmerton...
Page 32 - Chebacco River, as part of their boat and some of their clothes have been found ; 8"1 Xovember, JE was taken up at Bar Island and buried at Chebacco.
Page 32 - Lord l)e pleased to set home his Word upon the hearts of his people that it may become effectual. August ye 5th being Monday Lieut. Gidding & Joshua Andrews still Remain weak & low: ye Lord be pleased to look upon them in their affliction & support them. This Day Reed of Mr. E. Groute sent by the province five checkt linen shirts & four Gotten & linen white shirts for the use of Capt. (Foster's) Company.

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