Genealogical Records of Desendants of John and Anthony Emery, of Newbury, Mass. 1590-1890

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E. Cleaves, 1890 - Genealogy - 307 pages

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Note: Anthony Emery: p309-311; James Emery: 311-312; Daniel Emery: 313; Joshua Emery: 319; Hannah Emery: 332; Emery & Ivory Goodwin: 362

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I'm delighted to find this book online. It is a genealogical gem. Thanks, Google, for making such hard-to-find historic editions available!

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Page 2 - provided he build and maintain a corn mill to grind the town's corn from time to time.
Page 314 - Towwow in ye County of York in ye province of ye Massachusetts Bay in New England...
Page 1 - that the witness heard John Emery and his wife say that he had entertained quakers and that he would not put them from his house and used argument for the lawfulness of it.
Page 1 - The evidence given in the case was " yt two men quakers wr entertained very kindly to bed and table & John Emmerie shok ym by ye hand and bid ym welcome.
Page 300 - War, in 1861, Mr. Emery organised a military company, which, however, was disbanded on account of the proclamation of President Lincoln that no more troops were needed. In July of the same year, he entered the United States Navy as an AssistantEngineer, and took part on the US Steamer " Richmond " in the engagement at Fort Pickens, the capture of New Orleans, and the naval attacks at Vicksburg and Port Hudson. His first experience at sea was on a vessel having horizontal screw-engines with single...
Page 297 - The papers in this collection cover the period from the close of the Revolution to the end of the...
Page 240 - Heintzelman's corps of the Army of the Potomac. At the second battle of Bull Run, his brigade fought under Gen. Hooker, and disting. itself by a bayonet-charge. When Hooker took command of the troops at Fairfax, Grover took Hooker's division. He com. a division 19th corps Dept. of the Gulf, 30 Dec. 1862, to July, 1864; and in the Shenandoah campaign, Aug.-Dec.
Page 2 - Emery, sen., and by him given to his son in consideration of love and affection. The remaining forty acres were bought of Archelaus Woodman for thirty pounds, being a town grant to him. This tract of land has been in possession of the name since it was laid out to John Emery, jun.

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