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Jonathan Emery

Also Known As: "Johathan /Emery/"
Birthdate: (71)
Birthplace: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Death: September 29, 1723 (71)
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Emery, III and Mary Emery
Husband of Mary Emery
Father of Mary Cole; John Emery; Jonathan Emery; David Emery; Anthony Emery and 4 others
Half brother of Alice Emery; Eleanor Bailey; John Emery, IV; Ann Ordway; Daughter Emery and 14 others

Managed by: David Lee Kaleita
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About Jonathan Emery

NOTE: Jonathan Emery was the only child of John Emery III THE IMMIGRANT and Mary (Shatswell) Webster widow of John Webster


Links

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massachusetts_Bay_Colony

More on ancestry & descendants here at

John & Anthony's Book / Emery Family Research Association]


JONATHAN EMERY m. 29 Nov. 1676 Newbury [Newburyport], Essex, Ma. MARY WOODMAN d/o Edward Jr. and Mary (Goodridge) Woodman.

He was pressed at Newbury 3 Dec. 1675, as a soldier for King Philip's War. He belonged He belonged to Maj. Appleton's Co. which was concerned the crack co. of the small army. He fought through the war with renowned "Flower of Essex. In the the archives at the statehouse, Boston, is the original muster roll on the company and it is recorded; "Jonathan Emery, wounded in the neck." This wound from an arrow was received at the capture of the for in Narraganset, 19 Dec 1675.

After his return from the war, he used a seal which he probably had engraved to commemorate his deeds and sufferings.

The loin represents the bold Brition inspiring terror, the arrow seized by the rampant beast, the emblem of the Indian Warfare, which from its position indicates the lions victory.

He was made a freeman 19 Apr. 1691. He was a member of Co. Samuel Appleton's command at the "Great SwampFight" during King Philip's War. Jonathan was wounded in the shoulder in the battle of Narragansett Fort on December 19, 1675.

His will was made 6 Feb. 1672/3, proved 2 Oct. 1723. Amount of inventory, two hundred and two pounds, two shillings, 10 pence. He d. 29 Sep. 1723 Newbury, Essex, Ma. His wife d. 13 Sep. 1723.

Children Newbury, Essex, Ma.:

  • 57 MARY EMERY b. 25 Sep. 1677 [27 Sep/. CT. R.]
  • 58 JOHN EMERY b. 1678
  • 59 JONATHAN EMERY b. 2 Feb. 1680 [1678]
  • 60 DAVID EMERY b. 28 Sep. 1682
  • 61 ANTHONY EMERY b. 13 Nov. 1684; m. 21 Mar. 1711 Newbury, Essex, Ma. HANNAH PLUMMER b. 12 Oct. 1686 d. 6 Apr. 1760 Newbury, Ma. d/o Ephraim and Hannah (Jaques) Plumer; d. 6 Apr. 1765 [1766] Newbury, Essex, Ma.; s.p.
  • 62 STEPHEN EMERY b. 13 Jan. 1687 [1686/7]; d. 8 Oct. 1688 Newbury, Essex, Ma.
  • 63 SARAH EMERY b. 18 Dec. 1688; m. 3 Jun 1728 Newbury, Essex, Ma. AMBROSE BERRY
  • 64 STEPHEN EMERY b. 10 Nov. 1693 [1692]
  • 65 EDWARD EMERY b. 10 Nov. 1694
  • 66 JAMES EMERY bp. 10 Apr. 1698

RECORD:

1. Rev. Rufus Emery, Genealogical Records of Descendants of John and Anthony Emery of Newbury, Mass. 1590 - 1890, The (1890, Salem Publishing and Printing Co. The Salem Press, 1891), pg. 3.

"son of John Emery, sen., amd Mrs. Mary (Wbster) Emery, made a freman April 19, 1691...He was pressed at Newbury, Dec. 3, 1675, as a soldier for King's Philip's war and was at the great Narragansett fight Dec. 19, 1679, and wounded in the shoulder...Children listed were: Mary, John, Jonathan, David, Anthony, Stephen, Sarah, Stephen, Edward and James."

2. Judith Elaine Burns, Revised Genealogical Records of Descendants of John Emery of Newbury, Massachuetts,The (1982, Gateway Press Inc. Baltimore, Md.), pg. 20.

3. Vital Records of Newbury, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849 (1911).

4. James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England (1860 - 1862, Boston 4 Vols.), Vol. 1.

5. Sarah A. Emery, Reminiscences of a Newburyport Nonagenarian (1879 Newburyport, Massachusetts).

"He belonged to Maj. Appleton's Co., which was considered the crack co. of thr small army. He fought through the war with renowned "Flower of Essex". In the archives at the statehouse, Boston, is the original muster roll on the company and it it recorded: "Jonathan EMery, wounded in the neck". This wound from a arrow was received at the capture of the fort in Narraganset, 19 Dec. 1675. After his return from the war he used this seal (a picture) which he probably had engraved to commemorate his deeds and sufferings. The lion represents the bold Brition inspiring terro, the arrow seized by the rampant beast, the emblem of the Indiana Warfre, which from its position indicates the lion's victory.

193 JONATHAN EMERY was born May 13, 1652 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, and died September 29, 1723. He married MARY (EDWARD) WOODMAN November 29, 1676 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was born Abt 1652 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, and died September 13, 1723 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Children are:

  • JOHN EMERY b. February 02, 1678/79 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m. HANNAH MORSE February 02, 1704/05 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts; .
  • MARY EMERY b. September 25, 1682 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts d. Aft. 1746;
  • DAVID EMERY b. Abt 1683 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts;
  • ANTHONY EMERY b. November 13, 1684 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts d. April 06, 1766 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m. HANNAH PLUMMER March 21, 1710/11 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts;
  • JONATHAN EMERY b. September 29, 1686 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m. RUTH RICHARDSON October 27, 1705 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts;
  • STEPHEN EMERY b. January 13, 1686/87 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts d. January 19, 1687/88 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m. LYDIA JACKMAN February 25, 1713/14 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts;
  • SARAH EMERY b. December 18, 1688 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m. AMBROS BERRY June 03, 1728 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts;
  • EDWARD EMERY b. November 10, 1694 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. SARAH SIBLEY December 19, 1719 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts;.
  • JAMES EMERY b. April 10, 1698 Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts m. RUTH WATSON December 10, 1719, Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts."

6. Family Tree Maker Family Tree: European Origins, Vol. 1 (1999, CD #802 V802_01).

"284 JONATHAN EMERY was born May 13, 1652 in Newbury, MA, and died September 29, 1728 in Newbury, Essex Co, MA. He married MARY WOODMAN November 29, 1676 in Newbury, MA, daughter of EDWARD WOODMAN and MARY GOODRIDGE. She was born September 19, 1654, and died September 13, 1724 in Newbury, MA. Child is: JAMES EMERY b. April 10, 1698, Haverhill, Essex Co, MA d. April 04, 1763, Dracut, Middlesex Co, MA."

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Jonathan was born on 13 May 1652 in Newbury, Essex co., MA.

On 29 November 1676 when Jonathan was 24, he married Mary WOODMAN, daughter of Edward WOODMAN, Jr. & Mary GOODRIDGE, in Newbury, Essex co., MA.

Mary was born on 29 September 1654 in Newbury, Essex co., MA.

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Jonathan Emery's Timeline

1652
May 13, 1652
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
1677
September 25, 1677
Age 25
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1679
1679
Age 26
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
1680
February 2, 1680
Age 27
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1682
September 28, 1682
Age 30
Newbury, Essex, Masschusettes
1684
November 13, 1684
Age 32
Newbury, Essex, Masschusettes
1688
December 18, 1688
Age 36
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1691
April 19, 1691
Age 38
Made freeman
1692
June 24, 1692
Age 40
Newbury, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts