||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
New Castle, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
||1620 - 1834
||ELY - EMERSON
|Volume 2, Page 117
had been a merch. of Boston 1664, and there m. that yr. Eliz. wid. of John
Cullick, and sis. of Col. Fenwick. But by a former w. he had, perhaps, not b.
on our side of the water, William, and Richard. The est. of his w. had
drawn him to S. and much trouble he had with it; d. 24 Nov. 1684; and his w.
d. 12 Nov. 1683. SAMUEL, Springfield, only s. of Nathaniel, m. 28 Oct. 1659,
Mary, d. of Robert Day, had 15 ch. betw. 1660 and 1686 incl. of wh. nine d.
young; freem. 1680, and d. 7 Mar. 1692, leav. Joseph, freem. 1690, Samuel,
John, and Jonathan, from wh. descend. are very num. His wid. m. 12 Apr.
1694, Thomas Stebbins, and next, 11 Dec. 1696, deac. John Coleman of
Hatfield, and d. 1725. WILLIAM, Lyme, s. of Richard, m. 24 May 1681, Eliz. had
Ann, b. 12 Mar. 1682; and Eliz. 26 May 1683. One of this name, without bapt.
prefix, a mariner, came in the
Mayflower 1620, but not as a passenger to
abide in the ld. He was hired by the pilgrims for a yr. and has no farther
relat. to N. E. yet as he was not of the crew of the Mayflower, but
contin. here, after her depart. and went home when his time was out,
Deane thinks Gov. Bradford designs both him and Trevore to be count. as
of their serv. wh. seems very reasonab. and so the number must be
reckon. one hundred and two, beside the ship's comp. in that famous
voyage. Twenty-three of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at Yale, of wh.
seven were clerg. and six at the other N. E coll.
EMBLIN, JOHN, Boston, min. of first Bapt. ch. from 20 July 1684 to
his d. 9 Dec. 1702.
EMERSON, JAMES, Ipswich, perhaps s. of Thomas, by w. Sarah had Elizabeth
b. 6 Mar. 1687. JOHN, Ipswich, came in the Abigail 1635, a i baker, aged 20,
call. by Coffin, s. of John. It may be, that he rem. to vi Scituate, and m.
at Duxbury 19 July 1638, Barbara, d. of Rev. John Lothrop. JOHN,
Gloucester, s. of Thomas, ord. 6 Oct. 1663, m. 1660, Ruth, d. of dep. gov.
Symonds, had Ruth, b. 26 Aug. 1660; Martha, 28 Nov. 1662; Mary, 7 Mar.
1665; Elizabeth 26 Aug. 1667; John, 14 May 1670, H. C. 1689; Dorothy, 6 July 1675;
and Samuel, 20 Nov. 1678. He preach. above 40 yrs. and d. 2 Dec. 1700.
JOHN, s. of the preced. min. of Manchester, as Mather's Hecatompolis
shows, but prob. not set. there, wh. m. 14 May 1696, Mary, d. of Edmund
Batter of Salem, was ord. at Newcastle 1704, the first min. and instal. at
sec. ch. of Portsmouth, as its first min. 23 Mar. 1715, and d. 21 June 1732,
leav. six ds. JOHN, Salem, neph. of John of Gloucester, H. C. 1675, was,
doubtless, the worthy preach. at Berwick, wh. had the happy escape, on
the night of 27 June 1689, when Maj. Waldron of Dover and fifty-one of
his comp. were massacred or made prison. by the Ind. hav. declin. the req.
of the hospit. soldier to lodge at his house, as the Appendix, art. 4 to
Magn. VII. relates; Belkn. and Alden foll. his auth. mistake him for
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