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June V. TOUT

F, #I461, b. 23 July 1905, d. 18 October 1965

Family

Marriage 1 : Erving Raymond MYERS m. UNKNOWN Lancaster, Nebraska, USA, b. 27 February 1905, d. November 1982

  1.    Robert MYERS, b. UNKNOWN
  2. Patricia MYERS, b. abt. 1932, d. abt. 2005
  3.    Sandra MYERS, b. UNKNOWN
  4.    Erving MYERS, Jr, b. abt. 1930, d. UNKNOWN
  5.    Bruce MYERS, b. UNKNOWN, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Patricia Myers Brase, 23 Aug 2000
  2. Stephen R. Myers,
  3. 1940 United States Federal Census,

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Asa Bell (Bud) EADES

M, #I462, b. 09 December 1906, d. abt. 2002

Family

Marriage 1 : Ethel Beatrice MYERS m. 1930, b. 09 December 1906, d. 09 October 2002

  1. Linda EADES, b. UNKNOWN
  2. Donna EADES, b. abt. 1832
  3. James Bud EADES, b. 24 June 1937, d. 10 October 1978
  4.    Harry EADES, b. 23 May 1933, d. 13 February 1985

Notes:

Asa Bell Eades homesteaded in the New
Raymer area in 1914. Before coming here he
was captain of a ship and operated a fleet that
hauled freight on the Mississippi River from
Booneville, Mo., in the late 1800's. He and his
wife Anna (Roach), a school teacher, had
three daughters; Edna, Nellie, and Alda
before moving to Colorado. They lived a short
time in Creede where they ran a grocery store
and post office and were part owner in a mine.
Another daughter, Hulda, was born in Creede
and in 1902 a son, Asa Bell Jr. (Bud) was
born. However, he was born in Western
Nebraska at Anna's sisters home on the
advice of the doctor in Creede who said the
altitude was too high. When A.B. Eades Jr.
was 12 years old his father homesteaded at
New Raymer. He graduated from New
Raymer School and then went to Denver and
graduated from Barnes School of Business.
Ethel Myers was born in Worthington,
Minn., in 1906. Bud and Ethel met while she
taught school near Pawnee Buttes and near
Grover for several years. The children walked
to schools one or two miles and carried lunch
boxes. On holidays programs were held and
parents came bringing pies and box lunches,
sold to raise money for school. Dances were
held for entertainment. While Ethel taught
at Pawnee Center school she lived with the
Nelsons about a mile from the school.
Bud and Ethel were married in 1930 and
he farmed his father's land. It was the years
of the depression. No rain fell and land blew
sand covering fdnces and buildings. Markets
went down; cattle sold for $6 each, hogs 25
cents, eggs 6 cents adozen, chickens 25 cents.
Land sold for 92.50 per acre, wheat was 28
cents a bushel. Men left the farms to work for
$1 per day on governmentjobs. Some stayed
on their land, too poor to move. They went
to town for flour, sugar and coffee. Corn cobs
vrere used to cook on and the heat was with
coal hauled from the Hill Coal Mine (between
Buckingham and Keota) for g3 per ton. Hogs
were butchered on farms, salted and smoked.
Flour was sold in cotton print sacks which
clothes were made of.
In 1949 a snow storm came that lasted 3
days. The winds drifted roads and buildings
under 8 or 10 foot drifts. County opened
roads and winds blew them shut. Schools
were closed and travelers were stranded for
several days at neighbors. Stranded cattle
and sheep were fed by planes dropping baled
hay.
A.B. Eades Jr. and Ethel had four children;
Donna, Harry, Jim and Linda, who all
attended and graduated from New Raymer.
Donna taught scho<-rl in Purcell, New Raymer,
Fort Morgan and is still teaching in
Littleton. She married Jerry Hobbs and has
two children, Tim and Diane. Harry served
in the Army and worked in oil fields until he
farmed the home place. Jim served in the Air
Force then went into business in a garage in
East Lake, Colo. He was married and had
three children, Cindy, Sandy and Jimmy.
Linda attended Colorado Teachers College
and taught school in Colorado Springs. She
was married and has two children Jonica and
Josh.
Since the family are all gone from home
Ethel spends her spare time with her hobby
of painting. She takes old homestead pictures
and paints them in water color.
by Ethel Eades

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Valentine Fritz APRIL

M, #I463, b. 27 August 1882, d. 06 November 1959

Family

Marriage 1 : Amalia Malche KROPFINGER m. 09 April 1912, b. 18 January 1890, d. 29 February 1972

  1. John APRIL, b. 15 May 1913, d. 04 December 1989
  2. Eloise Marie APRIL, b. 13 June 1926

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957,
  3. U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,
  4. Germany, Select Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898,
  5. California, Death Index, 1940-1997,
  6. U.S. Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current,

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John APRIL

M, #I464, b. 15 May 1913, d. 04 December 1989

Family

Marriage 1 : Winifred MASTROPOALO m. UNKNOWN, b. 30 June 1916, d. 2013

  1.    Cheryl Lee APRIL, b. 29 March 1948
  2.    Steven Keith APRIL, b. 06 December 1949

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. 1940 United States Federal Census,
  3. California, Death Index, 1940-1997,
  4. U.S. Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014,

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Eloise Marie APRIL

F, #I465, b. 13 June 1926

Family

Marriage 1 : William Howard BAILEY , b. 17 August 1924, d. 16 January 2000

  1. William John BAILEY, b. 19 December 1948
  2. Valerie BAILEY, b. 28 February 1961

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. 1940 United States Federal Census,

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Winifred MASTROPOALO

F, #I466, b. 30 June 1916, d. 2013

Family

Marriage 1 : John APRIL m. UNKNOWN, b. 15 May 1913, d. 04 December 1989

  1.    Cheryl Lee APRIL, b. 29 March 1948
  2.    Steven Keith APRIL, b. 06 December 1949

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2,
  3. United States Obituary Collection,
  4. U.S. Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014,

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William Howard BAILEY

M, #I467, b. 17 August 1924, d. 16 January 2000

Family

Marriage 1 : Eloise Marie APRIL , b. 13 June 1926

  1. William John BAILEY, b. 19 December 1948
  2. Valerie BAILEY, b. 28 February 1961

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. U.S. Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014,

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William John BAILEY

M, #I468, b. 19 December 1948

Family

Marriage 1 : Linda RATTO m. 10 March 1973 San Carlos, San Mateo, California, USA, b. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. California Birth Index, 1905-1995,

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Valerie BAILEY

F, #I469, b. 28 February 1961

Family

Marriage 1 : Larry SPITERI m. 19 September 1987 Millbrae, San Mateo, California, USA, b. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1,
  3. California Birth Index, 1905-1995,

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Linda RATTO

F, #I470, b. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : William John BAILEY m. 10 March 1973 San Carlos, San Mateo, California, USA, b. 19 December 1948

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Larry SPITERI

M, #I471, b. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Valerie BAILEY m. 19 September 1987 Millbrae, San Mateo, California, USA, b. 28 February 1961

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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William Henry BAILEY

M, #I472, b. abt. 1898, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Euphemia Fame ARNOTT m. UNKNOWN, b. abt. 1905, d. UNKNOWN

  1. William Howard BAILEY, b. 17 August 1924, d. 16 January 2000

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Euphemia Fame ARNOTT

F, #I473, b. abt. 1905, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : William Henry BAILEY m. UNKNOWN, b. abt. 1898, d. UNKNOWN

  1. William Howard BAILEY, b. 17 August 1924, d. 16 January 2000

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Christopher APRIL

M, #I474, b. 1831, d. aft. 1885

Family

Marriage 1 : Elizabeth KOPF , b. abt. 1840, d. UNKNOWN

  1. Valentine Fritz APRIL, b. 27 August 1882, d. 06 November 1959

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Elizabeth KOPF

F, #I475, b. abt. 1840, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Christopher APRIL , b. 1831, d. aft. 1885

  1. Valentine Fritz APRIL, b. 27 August 1882, d. 06 November 1959

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Anna ? KROPFINGER

F, #I476, b. abt. 1842, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Caspar KROPFINGER m. UNKNOWN, b. 14 February 1857, d. UNKNOWN

  1.    Lena KROPFINGER, b. 26 April 1882, d. June 1971

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Lena KROPFINGER

F, #I477, b. 26 April 1882, d. June 1971

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Steven Keith APRIL

M, #I478, b. 06 December 1949

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Johan Olof MOLANDER

M, #I480, b. 21 November 1840, d. 18 April 1879

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Births from the Swedish Death Index, 1901-2006,

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Erik MOLANDER

M, #I482, b. 1847, d. 1921

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Johannes MOLANDER

M, #I483, b. 1849, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Births from the Swedish Death Index, 1901-2006,

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Petrus MOLANDER

M, #I484, b. 19 March 1880, d. 1880

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Indexed Birth Records, 1860-1941 (in Swedish),

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Anna Akerblom MOLANDER

F, #I485, b. 1888, d. 1962

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Alfred MOLANDER

M, #I486, b. 1889, d. 1929

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Pelle MOLANDER

M, #I487, b. 1891, d. 1955

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1.    Bertil MOLANDER, b. abt. 1912, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Hulda Margareta MOLANDER

F, #I488, b. 31 August 1892, d. 31 August 1892

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Births from the Swedish Death Index, 1901-2006,

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Konrad MOLANDER

M, #I489, b. 1894, d. 1959

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Hulda MOLANDER

F, #I490, b. 18 May 1896, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Signe MOLANDER

F, #I491, b. 13 April 1900, d. 1901

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Births from the Swedish Death Index, 1901-2006,
  3. Sweden, Indexed Birth Records, 1860-1941 (in Swedish),

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Emilia Dahlin MOLANDER

F, #I492, b. 1897, d. 1975

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Bertil MOLANDER

F, #I493, b. abt. 1912, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Births from the Swedish Death Index, 1901-2006,

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David UNNOWN

M, #I494, b. UNKNOWN, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Anica GAMALIELSDOTTER m. UNKNOWN Jönköping, Sweden, b. 1678, d. 1750

  1. Margreta DAVIDSDOTTER, b. 1720

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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John WEBSTER

M, #I495, b. 27 January 1604, d. 30 March 1646

Family

Marriage 1 : Mary SHOTSWELL m. abt. 1630 Ipswich, Suffolk, England, b. 1610, d. 28 April 1694

  1. Hannah WEBSTER, b. 23 December 1635, d. 03 February 1706
  2. Nathan WEBSTER, b. abt. 1643, d. 1694
  3.    Mary WEBSTER, b. aft. 1630, d. UNKNOWN
  4. John WEBSTER, b. 1632, d. 18 October 1716
  5. Stephen WEBSTER, b. abt. 1637, d. 10 August 1694
  6.    Elizabeth WEBSTER, b. 1639, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Abigail WEBSTER, b. abt. 1642, d. UNKNOWN
  8. Israel WEBSTER, b. abt. 1644, d. 07 December 1683

Notes:

Estate of John Webster of Ipswich
Essex Probate Docket # None

Inventory of John Webster's lands and goods sworn to 29:7:1646 by his widow, Mary Webster, who is appointed administratrix. (Ipswich Quarterly Court Records, vol. 2, leaf 5)

Petition of Mary widow of John Webster, that her eldest son, John, should have the land called the farm, of about 32 acres, which lyeth between Mr. Rogers own pasture and Thomas Bishop's farm, when he is twenty-one years, he to pay Nathan the youngest child 5li at fourteen years or if he refuse that Elizabeth, Abigail and Israell have 20 nobles each, when twenty one; the dwelling house and 6 acres of land tied to make it good. The Court, Nov 4, 1646, granted that the estate be ordered as the widow desired and appointed her administratrix, to give bond for security in such sum as the next Ipswich court shall approve and receive of her the inventory amount to 147li. 5s. (Mass Bay Colony Records, vol 2, p. 184.)
John Emery of Newbury married Mary, widow of John Webster, late of Ipswich, and she had power from the Court to administer and dispose of his goods to his children. Some of the children now grown, almost ready to receive their portions, John Emery petitions for liberty to sell the Island which is devided to three of the children, and also the house and 6 acres of land which was bound to make good the 20li. to the other three, and upon grant of this, binds himself to pay the children the full price he shall sell it at, and to the other three children, who are to have 20 nobles, to make good to them the 8li. apiece and to pay the daughter their portions at eighteen and the sons at twenty-one years. (Mass Archives, vol 15B, p. 147)
The above petition was granted Oct 14, 1651. (Mass Bay Colony Records, vol. 3, p. 254)
Source: Printed "Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts;
1635 - 1681," In three volumes,The Essex Institute; Salem, MA; 1916
(Ipswich Quarterly Court Records, vol. 2, leaf 5)

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Mary SHOTSWELL

F, #I496, b. 1610, d. 28 April 1694

Family

Marriage 1 : John WEBSTER m. abt. 1630 Ipswich, Suffolk, England, b. 27 January 1604, d. 30 March 1646

  1. Hannah WEBSTER, b. 23 December 1635, d. 03 February 1706
  2. Nathan WEBSTER, b. abt. 1643, d. 1694
  3.    Mary WEBSTER, b. aft. 1630, d. UNKNOWN
  4. John WEBSTER, b. 1632, d. 18 October 1716
  5. Stephen WEBSTER, b. abt. 1637, d. 10 August 1694
  6.    Elizabeth WEBSTER, b. 1639, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Abigail WEBSTER, b. abt. 1642, d. UNKNOWN
  8. Israel WEBSTER, b. abt. 1644, d. 07 December 1683

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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John SHOTSWELL

M, #I497, b. abt. 1574, d. 1647

Family

Marriage 1 : Joan ? SHOTSWELL m. UNKNOWN Suffolk, England, b. abt. 1578, d. 17 April 1648

  1. Mary SHOTSWELL, b. 1610, d. 28 April 1694

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Joan ? SHOTSWELL

F, #I498, b. abt. 1578, d. 17 April 1648

Family

Marriage 1 : John SHOTSWELL m. UNKNOWN Suffolk, England, b. abt. 1574, d. 1647

  1. Mary SHOTSWELL, b. 1610, d. 28 April 1694

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Thomas EMERSON

M, #I499, b. 26 July 1584, d. abt. 1666

Family

Marriage 1 : Margaret FROE m. 10 August 1612 Cadney, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1591, d. UNKNOWN

  1. Michael EMERSON, b. 19 April 1627, d. July 1715
  2. Robert EMERSON, b. 08 November 1629, d. 25 June 1694
  3. Elizabeth EMERSON, b. abt. 22 April 1616, d. 20 FEB 1692/93
  4.    Alexander EMERSON, b. 01 October 1613, d. 19 October 1613
  5. Anna EMERSON, b. abt. 02 October 1614, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Isabella EMERSON, b. abt. 11 JAN 1619/20, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Susan EMERSON, b. 25 May 1621, d. FEB 1640/41
  8.    Edward EMERSON, b. abt. 25 April 1624, d. 1684/85
  9.    Thomas EMERSON, b. 24 April 1626, d. 1681/82
  10. John EMERSON, b. abt. 20 MAR 1617/18, d. UNKNOWN
  11.    Isabell EMERSON, b. abt. 1633, d. UNKNOWN
  12.    Robert EMERSON, b. 24 May 1612, d. 25 June 1694

Notes:

[Myers.ftw]

Thomas EMERSON
(Michael's father) was born about 1590, married Margaret FROE on 10-AUG-1612. His will dated 20-MAY-1656 and probated 29-SEP-1661 was
copied by Charles Henry Pope. It says in part " . . . I Thomas EMERSON of
Howsham in the parish of Cadney in the countie of Lincoln . . . " He was
buried on 25-DEC-1657.
Some records have him confused with another Thomas EMERSON, who appears to be the son of Ralph EMERSON. This other Thomas was christened 26 JUL 1584 at Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. He was a collector at Bishop's Stortford, England. He came in the Elizabeth Ann and settled in Ipswich, Massachusetts. He probably married Elizabeth WOODMANSEY, but 5 other wives are listed.(S1). He married Elizabeth Brewster in 1611.(S12). He had a son Robert Emerson who was born 24 May 1612 at Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England, which has also led to confusion. He died in 1653. (S12, S15)

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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Margaret FROE

F, #I500, b. 1591, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Thomas EMERSON m. 10 August 1612 Cadney, Lincolnshire, England, b. 26 July 1584, d. abt. 1666

  1. Michael EMERSON, b. 19 April 1627, d. July 1715
  2. Robert EMERSON, b. 08 November 1629, d. 25 June 1694
  3. Elizabeth EMERSON, b. abt. 22 April 1616, d. 20 FEB 1692/93
  4.    Alexander EMERSON, b. 01 October 1613, d. 19 October 1613
  5. Anna EMERSON, b. abt. 02 October 1614, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Isabella EMERSON, b. abt. 11 JAN 1619/20, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Susan EMERSON, b. 25 May 1621, d. FEB 1640/41
  8.    Edward EMERSON, b. abt. 25 April 1624, d. 1684/85
  9.    Thomas EMERSON, b. 24 April 1626, d. 1681/82
  10. John EMERSON, b. abt. 20 MAR 1617/18, d. UNKNOWN
  11.    Isabell EMERSON, b. abt. 1633, d. UNKNOWN
  12.    Robert EMERSON, b. 24 May 1612, d. 25 June 1694

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,
  3. England, Select Norfolk Parish Registers, 1538-1900,

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Alexander EMERSON

M, #I501, b. 1550, d. 08 October 1605

Family

Marriage 1 : Jenytt HORNSEY m. UNKNOWN Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England, b. 1566, d. 24 May 1612

  1. Thomas EMERSON, b. 26 July 1584, d. abt. 1666
  2. John EMERSON, b. 1586, d. UNKNOWN

Notes:

[Myers.ftw]

Alexander EMERSON, was born about 1550 before baptismal records for Cadney parish were kept or have survived. He married Jennett Hornsey. He was buried 8-OCT-1605 in Sereby church. Jennett died 24-MAY-1612. Her will asked that she be buried near Alexander in Serebye Church.

Sources

  1. "The Haverhill Emersons: Revised and Extended", Newbury, 1:157
  2. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  3. Stephen R. Myers,

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Jenytt HORNSEY

F, #I502, b. 1566, d. 24 May 1612

Family

Marriage 1 : Alexander EMERSON m. UNKNOWN Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England, b. 1550, d. 08 October 1605

  1. Thomas EMERSON, b. 26 July 1584, d. abt. 1666
  2. John EMERSON, b. 1586, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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George EMERSON

M, #I503, b. abt. 1520, d. abt. 1573

Family

Marriage 1 : Agnes FROTHSBY m. 1553 Searby, Lincolnshire, England, b. 1532, d. UNKNOWN

  1. Alexander EMERSON, b. 1550, d. 08 October 1605
  2.    Helen EMERSON, b. abt. 1538, d. UNKNOWN
  3. Richard EMERSON, b. abt. 1546, d. bet. November, 1578 and September, 1579
  4.    Alice EMERSON, b. abt. 1538
  5.    Mary EMERSON, b. abt. 1548
  6. Elizabeth EMERSON, b. abt. 1554, d. UNKNOWN
  7. Edward EMERSON, b. abt. 1548, d. UNKNOWN
  8. Thomas EMERSON, b. abt. 1550, d. UNKNOWN

Notes:

[Myers.ftw]

George EMERSON, father of Alexander is described as a husbandman of Sereby, Lincolnshire.

Sources

  1. "The Haverhill Emersons: Revised and Extended", Newbury, 1:157
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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John EMERSON

M, #I504, b. 1490, d. bet. 06 MAR 1539/40 and 28 APR 1540/41

Family

Marriage 1 : Anne Isabella EMERSON m. 1520 Lincolnshire, Candney Parish, England, b. 1499, d. 1541

  1. George EMERSON, b. abt. 1520, d. abt. 1573
  2.    Philip EMERSON, b. abt. 1522, d. aft. MAR 1573/74
  3. Giles EMERSON, b. abt. 1530, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    Thomas EMERSON, b. abt. 1526, d. bet. May and July, 1561
  5.    Edward EMERSON, b. 1527, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Ann EMERSON, b. abt. 1529, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Helen EMERSON, b. abt. 1531, d. UNKNOWN

Notes:

[Myers.ftw]

John EMERSON, father of George was born about 1490 and is described as a gentleman of Folkingham, Lincolnshire married to Anne (Unknown).

Sources

  1. "The Haverhill Emersons: Revised and Extended", Newbury, 1:157
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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Anne Isabella EMERSON

F, #I505, b. 1499, d. 1541

Family

Marriage 1 : John EMERSON m. 1520 Lincolnshire, Candney Parish, England, b. 1490, d. bet. 06 MAR 1539/40 and 28 APR 1540/41

  1. George EMERSON, b. abt. 1520, d. abt. 1573
  2.    Philip EMERSON, b. abt. 1522, d. aft. MAR 1573/74
  3. Giles EMERSON, b. abt. 1530, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    Thomas EMERSON, b. abt. 1526, d. bet. May and July, 1561
  5.    Edward EMERSON, b. 1527, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Ann EMERSON, b. abt. 1529, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Helen EMERSON, b. abt. 1531, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. "The Haverhill Emersons: Revised and Extended", Newbury, 1:157
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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Prentice TAPLIN

M, #I506, b. abt. 1853, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,

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Elizabeth RING

F, #I507, b. abt. 1718, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Paul DUSTIN m. UNKNOWN, b. 24 September 1721, d. aft. 1776

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,

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Sarah JOHNSON

F, #I508, b. 18 February 1696, d. 20 July 1735

Family

Marriage 1 : Timothy DUSTON m. 07 November 1718 Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 14 September 1694, d. abt. 1741

  1. Dr Samuel DUSTON, b. 10 February 1720, d. 11 September 1760
  2. Paul DUSTIN, b. 24 September 1721, d. aft. 1776
  3. John DUSTIN, b. 31 March 1724, d. 08 July 1797
  4. Lydia DUSTON, b. 11 September 1726, d. 07 July 1769
  5. Sarah DUSTON, b. 23 February 1728, d. 24 MAR 1749/50
  6. James DUSTON, b. 28 June 1734, d. aft. 1790

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970,
  3. Stephen R. Myers,

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Daniel CHENEY

M, #I509, b. 31 December 1670, d. 03 November 1755

Family

Marriage 1 : Hannah DUSTON m. abt. 1698 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 22 August 1678, d. 04 January 1746

  1. Daniel CHENEY, b. 16 July 1699, d. abt. 1791
  2. Mary CHENEY, b. 09 August 1719, d. abt. 1755
  3. John CHENEY, b. 10 March 1702, d. abt. 1738
  4. Thomas CHENEY, b. 25 February 1704, d. June 1767
  5. Hannah CHENEY, b. 25 September 1706, d. UNKNOWN
  6. Sarah CHENEY, b. 25 January 1708, d. UNKNOWN
  7. Nathaniel CHENEY, b. 25 November 1711, d. UNKNOWN
  8. Abigail CHENEY, b. 01 November 1719, d. 03 March 1736

Notes:

He rendered "service in the blockhouse", 1704, was a member of the 2nd Foot Company of Newbury, 15 Jan 1711, under the command of Hugh March. Daniel was one of the defenders of Newbury against Indian attacks, rendering service in a blockhouse in 1704. He was also a member of "The second Foot Company of Newbury." Daniel confessed fornication with Hannah, Essex County Court of General Sessions September 27, 1698 and paid a fine of forty shillings. Hannah, too, had to pay a fine of 40 shillings.

•"THE CHENEY GENEALOGY" copyright 1897 C.H. Pope

b. in Newbury Dec. 3, 1670, married HANNAH, dau of THOMAS and HANNAH (EMERSON) DUSTON, b. Aug. 22, 1678 He resided in Newbury. In John Brown's Map of the town, made in 1729, we may see the locality locality of his homestead near the banks of the river, in what is now West Newbury. He was a farmer. He was also one of the brave defenders of the town against Indian attacks. Aug. 3, 1704, Col. N. Saltonstall wrote to
•Col. Thos. Noyes:"Sir, by his excellency's express direction I command you in her majesty's name forthwith to appoint and set forth one half of your company by name and have them ready, well fixt with arms and amunition and ten days' provision to march at an hour's warning. The command is strict. "Sept. 28th he thus wrote: "Idesire and order that by tomorrow morning at farthest you press and post at your block-houses in
•Newbury twelve able souldiers, three at each of your four blockhouses, toabide there day and night to watch. "In consequence of these orders DANIEL CHENEY rendered "service in the blockhouse" at that time, for which it is on record that he received the sum of "9 shillings and 10pence." He also enrolled as a member of "The Second Foot Company of Newbury", Jan. 15, 1710-11, under command of Hugh March. He and his wife were "admitted to full communion" in the West Newbury church Oct. 29,1727. He died in the autumn of 1755. His estate was quite large, and he thoughtfully provided for his children and some of his grandchildren, and for his honored wife.

THE WILL OF DANIEL CHENEY

In the name of God amen. The second day of March in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven Hundred and fifty four, in the twenty Seventh year of his Majesties Reign- George the Second, King of great Britain &c.I,DANIEL CHENEY of Newbury in the County of Essex, in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England Husbandman, being weak in Body, but of aSound Mind and Memory, thanks be given to God, therefore, Calling to mindthe mortality of my Body and not knowingn the Day of my Death: Do makeand Ordain this my Last Will and Testament: that is to say Principallyand first of all I give and Humbly Reccommend my Soul into the hands ofGod who gave it. And my Body to the Earth to be buried in Decent, Christian Burial at the discretion of my Executor Hereafter named.Doubting not but I shall receive the same again at the general Resurrection by the mighty Power of God, and as touching such Worldly Estate as it hath pleased God to Bless me with in this life. I give and Dispose of in the following manner and form.

Imprimis I give to my Beloved Wife HANNAH the use and Improvememnt ofall the East Half of my Dwelling House And the cellar under said EastHalf. Excepting the garret, a piece of Land for a garden where she shallchoose to have it well fenced. I give to my said wife the use of, also tobe fenced by my Exexutor. During all the time she remains living my Widow.

I do also give tomy said Wife Thirty bushels of Indian Corn and TwoBushels of Wheat and Three Vushels and a Half of Rye. and Two Bushelsand a half of Malt and two Barels of Cyder and Five pounds of Sheeps Wooland Eight pounds of flax from swingle and fifty pounds of Beef and asmany apples as shall be needful for her. and Needful firewood brought tothe Door Cut fit for the fire all which my said wife shall have yearlyDuring the time She remains my Widow to be paid to her by my Executor.And my Executor shall Provide and Keep a good Cow Winter and Summer formy said Wife so long as she Remains my Widow. And I Do give to my saidWife all my pork that I shall leave at my Decease and also all the moneyDue to me by Bonds and Notes. and all my swine that I shall leave at myDecease. and all my House Hold Goods Excepting my Andirons my Gun my Loomand my wearing apparel for her to have and Dispose of as she shall thinkfit. And my Executor shall provide and find a horse for my said Wife toride as she shall have Ocation so Long as she shall remain my widow. Andmy said Executor shall repair that part of the House which my Wife is tohave so that it may be comfortable for my Wife so long as she shallremain my Widow.

Item. I Do give to my Son Daniel Cheney Thirteen Pounds and Six shillingsand Eight pence Lawful money of the above said province over and abovewhat he hath hitherto had of me already to be paid by my Executor withinThree years after my Decease. and I also give to my said son Daniel onethird part of my wearing Apparrel. and My sd. Son Daniel shall Have myAndirons at my Wife's Decease.

Item. I give to my Daughter Hannah Coffin One pound and six shillings andEight pence Lawful money of the afore said province Over and Above whatshe hath already had of me to be paid by my Executor within two yearsafter my Decease.

Item. I give to my Grandchildren Joanna, Daniel and Sarah, children of myDeceased son John Cheney Fifteen Shilligs Lawful Money of the Provinceaforesaid Beside what their father had of me in his lifetime tobe dividedequally Among them. to be paid by my Executor within one year after myDecease.

Item. I give to my grand children John Calfe and Hannah easman--Childrenof my Deceased Daughter Sarah ten Shillings Lawful money of the Provinceaforesaid to be divided Equally between them. to be paid by my Executorwithin four years after my Decease.

Item. I give to my Granddaughter Abigail Homans one Pound Six shillingsand Eiight pence Lawful money of the Province aforesaid to be paid by myExecutor when she arrives at the age of Eighteen years.

Item. I give to my Grand son Joseph Homans One Pound six shillings andEight pence Lawful money of the Province to be paid by my Executor whenhe comes to the age of twenty one years. it is my will if Abigail Homansshould Die before she comes to the age of Eighteen years Joseph Homansshall have what I have willed to Abigail. and if Joseph Homans should diebefore he comes to the age of twenty one years then Abigail shll havewhat I have willed to Joseph.

Item. I give to my Grandson John Cheney son of my Executor my gun.

Lastly I give to my Son Nathanail Cheney all my Estate both real andPersonal of every Name whatsoever which I have not Disposed of before inthis my last Will and Testament and he shall pay my Debts and Legacies Ihave ordered. And if my above said wife shall Die while she remains mywidow he shall pay the charges for a Decent Christian Burial for her.

And I do constitute & appoint my said Son Nathanael sole Executor of thismy Last will and Testament and I do hereby Disalow and make Void All andEvery other former Testaments, Wills and Executors by me in Any waysbefore Named Ratifying this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament.

Signed Sealed Published and Declared by the said Daniel Cheney as hisLast will and testament in presence of us. the subscribers.
Moses Morss
Ebenezer Huse
John Calfe his
Daniel X Cheney (seal)
mark.
Testified by JohnCalf and Moses Morss
Nov. 3, 1755.
Sources
1. The Cheney Genealogy
copyright 1897
2. The Duston / Dustin Family

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. "Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire", p. 594Will dated March 4, 1767, probated June 24, 1767
  3. Stephen R. Myers,
  4. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  5. U.S. Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current,
  6. Early Vital Records of Massachusetts to about 1850, Newbury

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Stephen EMERSON

M, #I510, b. 17 December 1674, d. 20 April 1758

Family

Marriage 1 : Elizabeth DUSTON m. 27 December 1698 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 07 May 1680, d. 04 June 1746

  1. Elizabeth EMERSON, b. 27 June 1699
  2. Stephen EMERSON, Jr, b. 23 February 1701, d. aft. 1762
  3. Mehitable EMERSON, b. 28 December 1702, d. UNKNOWN
  4.    Moses EMERSON, b. 01 February 1705, d. 15 July 1726
  5. Ephraim EMERSON, b. 29 May 1707
  6.    Thomas EMERSON, b. 08 March 1709, d. 29 June 1714
  7.    James EMERSON, b. 22 November 1710, d. 24 November 1710
  8. Hannah EMERSON, b. 10 November 1711, d. abt. 1749
  9. Jonathon EMERSON, b. 13 August 1713, d. bef. 06 June 1796
  10. Timothy EMERSON, b. 20 July 1715, d. UNKNOWN
  11.    Susanna EMERSON, b. 17 April 1717, d. 11 December 1719
  12. Lydia EMERSON, b. 09 March 1719, d. 18 January 1792
  13. Obidiah EMERSON, b. 20 March 1721, d. 10 January 1746
  14. Ithamer EMERSON, b. 09 July 1723, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,
  3. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988,
  4. U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970,
  5. U.S. Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current,

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Mary INGALLS

F, #I511, b. 25 February 1691, d. 29 October 1732

Family

Marriage 1 : Thomas DUSTON m. 25 December 1711 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 05 January 1683, d. 24 February 1767

  1. Caleb B. DUSTON, b. 28 August 1726, d. 1803
  2. Obadiah DUSTON, b. 17 MAR 1723/24, d. 15 June 1765
  3. Abigail DUSTON, b. 14 December 1718, d. 28 August 1782
  4. Thomas DUSTON, b. 23 December 1720, d. 03 September 1766
  5. Joshua DUSTON, b. 08 January 1729, d. 05 August 1771
  6.    Stephen DUSTON, b. 18 July 1732, d. 24 August 1750

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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John SAUNDERS

M, #I512, b. 25 August 1696, d. abt. 1764

Family

Marriage 1 : Lydia DUSTON m. 15 November 1721 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, USA, b. 04 October 1698, d. aft. 1764

  1.    Thomas SAUNDERS, b. 10 January 1723, d. 10 February 1723
  2. Sarah SAUNDERS, b. 22 November 1724, d. UNKNOWN
  3.    Lydia SAUNDERS, b. 11 November 1726, d. 20 December 1726
  4. Orpah SAUNDERS, b. 29 October 1727, d. UNKNOWN
  5.    Seth SAUNDERS, b. 03 June 1730, d. 19 June 1730
  6. Samuel SAUNDERS, b. 09 July 1731, d. UNKNOWN
  7.    Ruth SAUNDERS, b. 17 October 1733, d. 01 November 1733
  8. John SAUNDERS, b. 06 October 1734, d. UNKNOWN
  9.    Timothy SAUNDERS, b. 29 January 1736, d. 16 February 1736
  10.    Abigail SAUNDERS, b. 19 April 1738, d. UNKNOWN
  11.    Jesse SAUNDERS, b. 22 September 1740, d. 18 October 1740
  12.    Hannah SAUNDERS, b. 17 September 1741, d. 12 October 1741
  13. Mary SAUNDERS, b. 13 November 1742, d. UNKNOWN
  14.    Anna SAUNDERS, b. 12 October 1743, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Duston/Dustin Family Association,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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