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Reverend Robert Clements, Sr.

Also Known As: "Robert Clement"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Narborough, Leicestershire, England
Death: Died in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard Clements and Agnes (Or Alice) Clements
Husband of Lydia Drummer
Father of Job Clements; Lydia (Abigail) Clements; John Clements; Robert Clements; Abraham Clements and 4 others
Brother of Ann Clements; Job Clements; Ann Clements and John Clements

Occupation: Arrived in MA 1642, Tanner, pioneer of Haverhill Mass and Clements Island, came to Haverhill, MA as early as 1642, m. abt 1614
Managed by: Mark Francis Quinn
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About Reverend Robert Clements, Sr.

  • Robert Clements1
  • M, #236670, b. 14 December 1595, d. 29 September 1658
  • Last Edited=12 Jan 2010
  • Robert Clements was baptised on 14 December 1595 at Cosby, Leicestershire, England.1,2 He was the son of Richard Clements and Agnes Fellows.1 He married, firstly, Lydia (?).1 He died on 29 September 1658 at age 62 at Haverhill, Massachusetts, U.S.A..2
  • He lived before 1620 at Huncote, Leicestershire, England.2 He lived circa 1624 at Ansley, Warwickshire, England.1 He emigrated to New England, U.S.A., arriving on before 1642.1
  • Children of Robert Clements and Lydia (?)
    • 1.Robert Clements3
    • 2.Lydia Clements3
    • 3.Sarah Clements3
    • 4.Job Clements3 b. 1615
    • 5.John Clements3 b. 1620
    • 6.Abraham Clements3 b. c 1622
    • 7.Daniel Clements+1 b. c 1624, d. bt 28 May 1680 - 11 Jun 1680
    • 8.Mary Clements3 b. c 1637
  • Citations
  • 1.[S21] L. G. Pine, The New Extinct Peerage 1884-1971: Containing Extinct, Abeyant, Dormant and Suspended Peerages With Genealogies and Arms (London, U.K.: Heraldry Today, 1972), page 176. Hereinafter cited as The New Extinct Peerage.
  • 2.[S47] Page 246. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  • 3.[S47] See. [S47]
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p23667.htm#i236670
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  • Robert Clements
  • M, #71157, b. 14 December 1595, d. 20 September 1658
  • Father Richard Clements b. c 1570
  • Mother Agnes (Alice) Fellows b. c 1572, d. 7 Aug 1619
  • Robert Clements was christened on 14 December 1595 at Cosby, Leicestershire, England. He married Lydia Dummer, daughter of Robert Dummer, circa 1617 at England. Robert Clements died on 20 September 1658 at Haverhill, Essex, MA, at age 62.
  • Family Lydia Dummer d. 12 Mar 1642
  • Children
    • Lydia Clements+ b. c 1618, d. 16 Jan 1676
    • Mary Clements+ b. c 1637, d. 27 Oct 1710
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2368.htm#i71157
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  • DRUMMER, Lydia
  • b. ABT 1597 Cosby, Leicester, England
  • d. 12 MAR 1641/2 Ansley, England
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 1614 England
  • Spouse: CLEMENTS, Robert
  • b. 14 DEC 1595 Cosby, Leicestershire, England
  • d. 29 SEP 1658 Haverhill, Essex, Mass.
  • Children:
    • CLEMENTS, Abraham
    • CLEMENTS, Daniel
    • CLEMENTS, Job
    • CLEMENTS, Abigail
    • CLEMENTS, John
    • CLEMENTS, Sarah
    • CLEMENTS, Robert
    • CLEMENTS, Mary
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_d6.htm#105
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  • Essex Institute Historical Collections, Volume 47
  • https://archive.org/details/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft
  • https://archive.org/stream/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft#page/317/mode/1up
  • Pg.317
  • Among the early settlers of Essex County there are few who did more to upbuild the new state and ensure its successful permanence, than did Robert Clements of Haverhill and his descendants. They did well .... etc.
  • Robert Clements, sen., was born in England, about 1590, presumably in Warwickshire, as his youngest daughter, Mary, lived in the city of Coventry until 1652, when she rejoined her family in Haverhill. Robert landed at Salisbury in 1642, and settled that summer in Haverhill with his wife(*) (her name is unknown), his sons John and Robert, jr., and the older daughters, Lydia and Sarah. His oldest son, Job, had preceded the family by a year or two, and was one of the twelve men who settled Pentucket (now Haverhill) in 1640. .... etc.
    • (*) In his will of November 7 (probated 4 December), 1618, John Foote of London mentions his daughter Priscilla, wife of Robert Clement (N. E. H. & G. Reg. 51: 136).
  • https://archive.org/stream/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft#page/318/mode/1up
  • Pg.318
  • .... He died Sept. 29, 1658. .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft#page/321/mode/1up
  • Pg.321
  • Children:
    • 2. JOB, b. about 1615: d. 1682.
    • https://archive.org/stream/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft#page/322/mode/1up
    • Pg.322
    • 3. JOHN, b. about 1618; d. 1658.
    • 4. ROBERT, b. about 1624; d. 1712.
    • 5. Sarah, m. 10 June, 1645, Abraham Morrill ; d. (will proved, 14 Oct.), 1662. Children: (1) Isaac; (2) Abraham; (3) Jacob, b. 1648, d. 1715, m. 1674, Susan Whittier; (4) Hepsibah, d. young; (5) Sarah; (6) Moses, b. 1650, d. (will proved) 1709; m. 1st, Sarah Converse, 2d, widow Abigail Hendricks; (7) Lydia; (8) Hepsibah, posthumus. Sarah m. 2d, 8 Oct., 1665, Thomas Mudgett.
    • 6. Lydia,(*) d. 16 Jan., 1676; m. Moses Pengry of Ipswich, b. 1610, d. 2 Jan., 1696, aged 86. Children: (1) Sarah, d. 1695, m. 20 April, 1664, Robert Day, d. 1692; (2) Lydia, d. 14 March, 1689, m. 13 Feb., 1665-66, Thomas Burnum; (3) Moses, b. 1650, d. (will proved) 1709; (4) Aaron, b. 1652, d. 1714; m. Ann Pickard; (5) John, b. 1654, d. 1723, m. 20 May, 1678, Faith Jewett.
    • 7. Mary, b. 1637 (58 in 1695); d. 1695; m. 15 Nov., 1653, at Haverhill, John Osgood, of Andover; d. 31 Aug., 1693. (t) Children: (1) John, b, 12 Sept., 1654; (2) Mary, b. 1656, d. 1740; m, 1680, John Aslett; (3) Timothy, b. 1659; (4) Samuel, b. 1665; (5) Sarah.b. 1667, d. 1667; (6) Ebenezer, b. 1678, d. 1680; (7) Clements, b. 1680, d. 1680.
    • 8. Abraham; mentioned only in will.
    • 9. Daniel. The only record of Daniel, besides in the will, is his reported harrassing of a tax collector at Hampton, N. H., in 1683 (Prov. Papers, N. H., 1: 551).
  • 2 Job (Robert1), born in England about 1618 ; died at Dover, N. H. in (will 4 Sept., proved 9 Nov., State Papers, N. H. 31 : 259) 1682. Preceding his father as a colonist, he took the oath of fidelity in Ipswich, 1639, and the following year, with eleven others, founded Haverhill. Freeman in 1647, he was chosen constable, the first in the town. Newbury needing a tanner, his trade, offered him a freehold in 1652, which he refused. Signing at Haverhill, in 1653, the petition for the remission of Major Pike's fine. Job later moved to Dover, und there .... etc.
    • (*) In the Pengry Genealogy she is called Abigail, though Felt, Ipswich, says Lydia.
    • (t) Mary Clements Osgood suffered through the witchcraft delusion of 1692. Subjected to the touch of blindfolded girls ("afflicted persons"), she was accused of being a witch. Arrested, and examined 8 Sept., 1692, she was browbeaten and frightened into a confession of being a witch, but recanted 16 October. Nevertheless, she was indicted by the grand jury in January, 1693 (I. Mass. Hist. Coll., 7: 241), but was fortunately released after an imprisonment of four months.
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  • The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. yr.1852
  • https://archive.org/details/newenglandhistor1852wate
  • https://archive.org/stream/newenglandhistor1852wate#page/495/mode/1up
  • Pg.247
  • CLEMENT, Robert, Haverhill, will 1658 ; sons, Robert, John, Abraham, Daniel ; das. Sarah, m. Abraham Morrill ; --- , m. Moses Pengrew, [Mary] m. John Osgood. John, Haverhill, 1653. Mary. 1695, formerly Mrs. Mary Osgood, came from Coventry after 1652. Robert. Haverhill, d. 29 Sept. 1658; ch. Job, Robert. John, Abraham. Daniel, and 3 das. married. Job, Dover, tanner, wf. Lvdia, 1658. Robert, wf. Elizabeth, 14 Mar. 1661-2. Robert, cooper, s. y. Robert, ae. 30 in 1664. John, bro. of Robert, cast away and d. intest. 21 July, 1659. Robert, will, 1682. Samuel, m. Ruth, da. of Joseph Peaslee of Haverhill.
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Robert Clements, the pioneer of Haverhill, MA, was influential and wealty in that community, and the owner of the first grist mill. He was one of the five to take the deed of the town from the Passagut and Saggahew Indians in 1642. He eventually came to own an island in the Merrimack River that is still known as Clements Island.

See also http://www.morrillonline.com/html/ClementsRobert-1595-1658.html

Dave Kaleita

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From "New England families, genealogical and memorial: ..., Volume 4 By William Richard Cutter pp 2220-2221

Robert Clement was the CLEMENT immigrant ancestor of the Clements in America. He was born in England about 1590, and came to America in 1642, landing at Salisbury, Massachusetts. He was in Andover also in 1642, and removed to Haverhill in 1643, where he settled and became a prominent citizen. He was deputy to the general court from 1647 to 1653 inclusive. His family probably came with him, except his youngest daughter, who remained in Coventry, Warwickshire, England, until 1652, when she came to Haverhill, and soon afterward married John Osgood, of Andover. Robert Clement became associate judge of the county court, and was early appointed to give the oath of fidelity to the inhabitants of Haverhill. He was frequently appointed on committees to set off land and fix limits for the pioneers. He is recorded as being "a man of rare integrity and superior talents." He must have been an innkeeper in 1653, when he was given permission by the Salisbury court to sell wine in Haverhill. He owned the first grist mill built in Haverhill. He died on the farm where he first settled inHaverhill, September 29, 1658. His will was dated September 6, 1658, when not all of his children were in New England. He mentions his wife; sons, Job, John, Abraham and Daniel ; sons-in-law, Moses Pingrin, Abraham Morrill and John Osgood; "to my children's children and that are in New England; to Mr. Ward, our minister." Children: Job, first tanner in Haverhill; John; Robert, mentioned below; Abraham; Daniel; Sarah; Lydia; Mary, born about 1637, indicted for witchcraft in 1692, living in 1695.

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Source: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=fletcher&id=I24475

  1. Name: Robert Clemens Sr.
  2. Surname: Clemens
  3. Given Name: Robert
  4. Suffix: Sr.
  5. Sex: M
  6. Birth: 14 Dec 1595 in Leicestershire Co., England
  7. Death: 29 Sep 1658 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
  8. _UID: 2120E11F2322E347861FAE4C40B30D6FBE83
  9. Note: He came to the United States in May 1642 after his wife died in March.
  10. Change Date: 27 Oct 2002 at 21:51:31

Father: Richard Clemens b: Abt. 1570 in Croft, Leis, England

Mother: Agnes Fellows b: Abt. 1572 in England

Marriage 1 Lydia Drummer b: 1597 in Leicestershire Co., England

   * Married: 1614 in England

Children

  1. Has No Children Job Clemens b: 1615 in Leicestershire Co., England
  2. Has No Children Abigail Clemens b: Abt. 1617 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
  3. Has No Children Lydia Clemens b: 1618 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
  4. Has No Children John Clemens b: 22 Oct 1620 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
  5. Has No Children Robert Clemens b: 1621 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
  6. Has No Children Robert Clemens b: 1623 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
  7. Has No Children Abraham Clemens b: 1624 in Warwickshire, England
  8. Has No Children Daniel Clemens b: 1625 in Warwickshire, England
  9. Has No Children Sarah Clemens b: 1626 in Warwickshire, England
 10. Has No Children Lydia Clemens b: 1630 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
 11. Has Children Robert Clemens Jr. b: 1634 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
 12. Has No Children Mary Clemens b: 1637 in Warwickshire, England
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Narrative||

Financial gain could not have been Robert Clements reason for emigrating to New England. He was well established in England, and held his property there through out his life in the colonies (an unusual proceeding). The death of his wife Lydia in 1642 may have been the final thing that made him make the move (Robert Clements ancestors and descendants, p. 18).

Sons Abraham and Daniel formed important families in Ireland and their descendants have always retained the spelling of Clements. The present (1938) head of Daniel Clements' descendants is the Fifth Earl of Leitrim (Pillsbury Ancestry, p. 557).

Robert Clements was the first Deputy of Haverhill to the General Court; he held offices of associate Judge and County Commissioner. The Clements for a long time occupied a prominent position in the town. Several generations have lived on the place now (1861) owned by Jessee Clement of the North Parish (The History of Haverhill, Massachusetts by George Wingate Chase, pp. 48-49).

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He came to the United States in May 1642 after his wife died in March.

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! (1) "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts," by David W. Hoyt (1897-1919. Reprint, New England History Press, Somersworth, NH, 1981) p.95, 893. Cites: (a) History of Haverhill, by Chase, p.48-49.

(2) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969, p.104-105,168a.

(3) "Clement Genealogy," p.13-30. Cites: (a) Act Book, Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1615-1618, Fol:133. (b) Feet of Fines, co. Leicester. (c) Act Book, co. Leicester, 1604-1634. (d) Will of William Beale of Ashbie parva, co. Leicester, P.C.C., Soame 55. (e) Court of Requests, Miscellaneous Books 134, Clement vs. Dowell. (f) Feet of Fines, Northampton.

(4) "The History of Haverhill, Massachusetts," by George Wingate Chase (Reprint 1861. New England History Press, Somersworth, NH, 1983) p.47,48-49,62,65,68,70,72,76,77,80.

(5) "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire," by Sibil Noyes, Charles T. Libby, Walter G. Davis (Reprint 1928-1939. Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1988) p.150.

(6) Sidney Lyman Emmons, Cuba, NY. Cites: (a) "New England Settlers," by Farmer, p.62. (b) "Clements Genealogy," by Percival Wood Clements, Vol. 1, p.3.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1590. Name Clement, Clements or Clemence. His signatures read Clements. (3) s/o Richard Clements/Agnes ___ of Croft, Leicestershire, England. (6) 1595.

Baptism: (3) 14 Dec 1595, Cosby, Leicestershire, England.

Marriage to Lydia Drummer: (3) Lydia. Before 1615. (6)

Marriage to Judith __: (3) Before 1657.

Death: (1,2,3,4) 29 Sep 1658, Haverhill, MA. (4) On the spot where he first settled. Date of death taken from inventory of his estate.

(3a) 1617, 20 Oct: Was granted administration on his father's estate.

(3b) 1617: Paid 60 pounds for land in Huncote, parish of Narborough, Leicestershire, where he lived for a number of years. Huncote is near Croft, Leire, Sutton, and Broughton Astley, where he had relatives living. "Final Concord made in the King's Court at Westminster in eight days of St. Michael, 15 James I between Robert Clements Plaintiff and William Bent gent. and Elizabeth his wife Deforciants of one messuage, one garden, one orchard, 30 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture and common pasture for all manner of cattle in Huncote Narborrowe and in the Forest of Leicester..."

(3d) 1618, 1 Sep: Robert Clements of Huncote, county Leicester, Richard Cheney, William Cheney and Henry Cheney became bound to William Beale of Ashby Parva for 44 pounds. This debt William Beale bequeathed to his daughter Margaret 3 Apr 1620.

(3c) 1619: His mother was probably living with him when she died, as in the records of the administration of her estate she is called "Agnes Clements of Huncote."

(3) Moved to Ansley, a small market town in the northern part of Warwickshire, 5 miles from Nuneaton, four miles from Atherstone.

(3e) 1624, 18 Nov: Of Ansley, Co. Warwick, "yeoman." Gave affidavit in Court of Requests that John Dowell, Joan Beale, John King, Richard Cheney, William Cheney, and Henry Cheney "they the said Cheyneys being bound by this deponent to save him harmless from one obligation of 80 pounds or thereabouts dated in December in the 15th year of the king's majesty's reign that is now of England, etc., wherein this deponent did stand bound unto William Bele husband of the said Joan Bele..." who had bound the debt over to her daughter Margaret's husband John Dowell. "... this deponent hath been impleaded for the said debt yet was not held harmless from tho said bond by the said Cheyneys, Richard Cheyney being dead, William Cheyney and Henry Cheyney having absented themselves and hiding their heads ... so that this deponent cannot have remedy against them..."

(3f) 1634: A Robert Clements purchased land at Broughton, where our Robert had relatives. "Final concord made in the King's Court at Westminster in the octaves of Michaelmas, 9 Charles I," between Robert Clements, plaintiff and Chadd and Elizabeth Sadler, John and Margaret Sadler, and widow Mary Sadler, diforciants, "touching two messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 20 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture, and common pasturage for all animals in Broughton."

(3) 1638: Bought land in Witherly from James and Edith Clements and Thomas Kysse, dated "Easterday in fifteen days, 14 Charles I," consisting of "one messuage, one garden, one orchard, 20 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture for all manner of cattle with appurtances in Witherly."

(1,4) 1642, early part: Came from England. (4) Landed at Salisbury, MA. (5) Followed his son Job to New England.

(2) 1642: Resident in Andover, MA.

(1) 1642: Was in Haverhill, MA. (4) Came to Haverhill from Salisbury sometime in the summer following his arrival in New England, with his wife and 4 children - John, Lydia, Robert and Sarah. His son Job had preceded them.

(4) 1642, 15 Nov: Signed the deed which bought the land at Haverhill from the Indians. A copy of the original is in the source, showing his signature.

(1) 1645: Was made Freeman at Haverhill, MA.

(1,4) 1647, May: Chosen commissioner or justice of the Court of Writs, or court to try "small causes" (Small Claims Court), Haverhill.

(1,2,4) 1647/8-1653: Was first Deputy of Haverhill, MA to the General Court.

(1,4) 1650, 22 May: Took oath as "associate" Judge and appointed by the General Court to "give the oath of fidelity to the inhabitants of Haverhill."

(4) 1650: House lot in Haverhill, MA valued at 50 pounds.

(4) 1651, 1 Dec: Granted by the town of Haverhill the right to set up one or two saw mills, Haverhill, together with Job Clement, Isaac Cousins, Stephen Kent, William White, Theophilos Satchwell, and Peter Coffin. The mill to be set up by April 1653, and another by April 1654.

(4) Appointed to set off the public lands and fix their limits.

(4) 1652, 7 Jun: Received 6 acres in a division of "plough-land," Haverhill.

(4) 1653, May: Signed a petition to the General Court to revoke the sentence of Robert Pike, convicted of preaching on the Sabbath in the absence of a minister.

(1,2) 1653: Allowed by Salisbury Court to sell wine at Haverhill.

(1) 1654: Licensed to sell "stong waters" for the town.

(2) 1658, 6 Sep: In will, bequeathed to wife, sons Job, John, Abraham, and Daniel, sons-in-law Moses Pingrin, Abraham Morrill and John Osgood, to children's children that are in New England, to Mr. Ward, the minister. (1) May have had other children remaining in England.

(3,4) 1658, 6 Oct (8th mo.): Inventory of his estate presented at Hampton court. Included were a gristmill valued at 30 pounds and his homestead valued at 55 pounds. (4) Inventory included the first gristmill built in Haverhill, his purse, money, silver, seal and ring worth 1 pound 7 shillings, 20 bushels and 30 lbs. of rye, 4 steers, 7 cows, 1 heifer, 3 mares, 1 filly, 1 horse, 1 colt, swine, calves, sheep, bedding, a parcel of cotton, wool and linen yarn, sheep's wool, canvas and feathers, carpet, warming pan, cotton & linen cloth, 2 oxen, 2 "stocks" of bees, lumber, various utentils and tools, wheat and Indian corn, table cloth and napkins, and books "fowling piece." Inventory taken by Tristram Coffin and Willi White.

(1) 1658, 11 Oct: Will probated. (2) 12 Oct (8th mo.) will probated.

(3) His descendants were selling property originally granted to Robert Clements 80 years after his death.

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Robert CLEMENTS was born in Dec 1595 in England. He immigrated in May 1642 to Massachusetts. He died on

Sep 29, 1658 in Haverhill, Essex Co, MA.

http://www.accsolinc.com/familyroots/family-webs/RobertClements.pdf

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From History of Haverhill, Massachusetts, page 48 (60 of 722):

Robert Clement came from England, in the early part of 1642, landing at Salisbury, from whence he came to Haverhill sometime in the following summer, with his wife and four children—John, Lydia, Robert and Sarah. Job, his son, came as early as 1640-1, doubtless to " spye out the land." His youngest daughter, Mary, remained in England (in the city of Coventry, in Warwickshire) until about 1652, when she also came over to Haverhill, and was soon after married by her father to John Osgood, of Andover, Mass.

Robert, senior, was the first Deputy of the town to the General Court, and until 1654 ; was associate Judge ; County Commissioner ; "appointed and empowered by the General Court to give the oath of fidelity to the inhabitants of Haverhill ; " appointed to set off the public lands, fix their limits, &c. He was a man of rare integrity, and superior talent, as may readily be judged from the responsible stations he was repeatedly called to fill. He died on the spot where he first settled, in 1658, aged about 68 (*). He owned, when he died, the first grist-mill built in town. His son Robert, whom Mirick confounds with Robert sen., was a cooper by trade, and the first one in town. In 1652 he married Elizabeth Fane, by whom he had eleven children. He held several town offices, was a large landholder, and lived near where the " Exchange Building" is now situated. We have not ascertained the time of his death, but he was living in 1684. His wife died in 1715.

Job was a tanner (probably the first in town) , and married Margaret Dummer—the first marriage in town.

John, was a farmer, and married Sarah Osgood.

The Clements for a long time occupied a prominent position in the town and county, and their descendants have ever been considered as among our best citizens. Several generations of them have lived on the place now owned by Jessee Clement (in the North Parish), who is a lineal descendant from Robert sen.

  • " The inventory of Mr. Robert Clements, his goods and estates in New England, excepting some small debts which cannot yet be accompted, he died ye 29th of Sept., 1658.

£ s. d. Iny his wearing apparell 16 18 00 It ('-) his purse, money, silver, seal and ring 1 07 00 It by one bill owing him 55 00 00 It one paver of Steers 3 08 08 It twenty bushell of rie 10 00 00 It one cow and 30 lbs of rie 5 00 00 It one bill 8 15 00 It one bill 12 15 00 It one bill 56 00 00 It one bill 5 00 00 It one bill 06 06 00 It one bill li 00 00 It one bill 02 03 06 It one bill 04 00 00 It one bill 07 12 00 It one engagement of rent for land 05 00 00 It 4 cows, 2 steers, one heifer 22 00 00 It 3 mares, 1 philli, 1 boss, 1 colt 69 00 00 It 3 cows 10 00 00 It in swine, calves and sheep 10 15 00 It in bedding 25 13 00 It a psU (t) of cotton wooU & cotton varne, sheeps wool!, canvers & fethers 03 01 00 It on carpett, warmg pan, &, cotton cloth, 01 10 00 t Who died in Boston in 1001, aged 77. Rev, John Wilson preached her funeral sermon, and "embalmed her memory." — Sewall. 7 £ s. d. It his dwelling house <£ accommodations. .55 00 00 It 8 loads of hay & a psil linen cloth 05 00 00 It his grist mill 30 00 00 It one payer of oxen 12 00 00 It a psU of boards & two stocks of bees. .02 13 00 It wooden vessels and earthen vessels & one spade 01 16 00 It cotton and linen yarn 02 10 00 It one debt 3 tr 03 00 00 It one debt of 10 tr 10 00 00 It in wheat & Indian corn 03 10 00 It for chests, Tunnes & cards Potts & kettles 4 17 CO It several things, viz., fier shovel & tongs Andyrons spitt, plough 05 17 16 It chayns & such like Iron things It in books fowling piece, table cloth and napkins. 03 18 00 These goods were apprized by us whose names are under written. Trist. Cqfftn, Willi White. " Item. Parcel.

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John Osgood, son of John, born in England, probably 1630, died in Andover, Massachusetts, August 31, 1693.

He married at Haverhill, November 15, 1653, Mary, daughter of Rev Robert Clements, of Haverhill, who came from London in 1642.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=114659152

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Robert Clements1 M, #236670, b. 14 December 1595, d. 29 September 1658 Last Edited=12 Jan 2010 Robert Clements was baptised on 14 December 1595 at Cosby, Leicestershire, England.1,2 He was the son of Richard Clements and Agnes Fellows.1 He married, firstly, Lydia (?).1 He died on 29 September 1658 at age 62 at Haverhill, Massachusetts, U.S.A..2 He lived before 1620 at Huncote, Leicestershire, England.2 He lived circa 1624 at Ansley, Warwickshire, England.1 He emigrated to New England, U.S.A., arriving on before 1642.1 Children of Robert Clements and Lydia (?) 1.Robert Clements3 2.Lydia Clements3 3.Sarah Clements3 4.Job Clements3 b. 1615 5.John Clements3 b. 1620 6.Abraham Clements3 b. c 1622 7.Daniel Clements+1 b. c 1624, d. bt 28 May 1680 - 11 Jun 1680 8.Mary Clements3 b. c 1637 Citations 1.[S21] L. G. Pine, The New Extinct Peerage 1884-1971: Containing Extinct, Abeyant, Dormant and Suspended Peerages With Genealogies and Arms (London, U.K.: Heraldry Today, 1972), page 176. Hereinafter cited as The New Extinct Peerage. 2.[S47] Page 246. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47] 3.[S47] See. [S47] From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p23667.htm#i236670 ______________________ Robert Clements M, #71157, b. 14 December 1595, d. 20 September 1658 Father Richard Clements b. c 1570 Mother Agnes (Alice) Fellows b. c 1572, d. 7 Aug 1619 Robert Clements was christened on 14 December 1595 at Cosby, Leicestershire, England. He married Lydia Dummer, daughter of Robert Dummer, circa 1617 at England. Robert Clements died on 20 September 1658 at Haverhill, Essex, MA, at age 62. Family Lydia Dummer d. 12 Mar 1642 Children Lydia Clements+ b. c 1618, d. 16 Jan 1676 Mary Clements+ b. c 1637, d. 27 Oct 1710 From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2368.htm#i71157 ______________________ DRUMMER, Lydia b. ABT 1597 Cosby, Leicester, England d. 12 MAR 1641/2 Ansley, England Family: Marriage: 1614 England Spouse: CLEMENTS, Robert b. 14 DEC 1595 Cosby, Leicestershire, England d. 29 SEP 1658 Haverhill, Essex, Mass. Children: CLEMENTS, Abraham CLEMENTS, Daniel CLEMENTS, Job CLEMENTS, Abigail CLEMENTS, John CLEMENTS, Sarah CLEMENTS, Robert CLEMENTS, Mary From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_d6.htm#105 ________________ Essex Institute Historical Collections, Volume 47 https://archive.org/details/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft https://archive.org/stream/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft#page/317/mode/1up Pg.317 Among the early settlers of Essex County there are few who did more to upbuild the new state and ensure its successful permanence, than did Robert Clements of Haverhill and his descendants. They did well .... etc. Robert Clements, sen., was born in England, about 1590, presumably in Warwickshire, as his youngest daughter, Mary, lived in the city of Coventry until 1652, when she rejoined her family in Haverhill. Robert landed at Salisbury in 1642, and settled that summer in Haverhill with his wife(*) (her name is unknown), his sons John and Robert, jr., and the older daughters, Lydia and Sarah. His oldest son, Job, had preceded the family by a year or two, and was one of the twelve men who settled Pentucket (now Haverhill) in 1640. .... etc. (*) In his will of November 7 (probated 4 December), 1618, John Foote of London mentions his daughter Priscilla, wife of Robert Clement (N. E. H. & G. Reg. 51: 136). https://archive.org/stream/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft#page/318/mode/1up Pg.318 .... He died Sept. 29, 1658. .... etc. https://archive.org/stream/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft#page/321/mode/1up Pg.321 Children: 2. JOB, b. about 1615: d. 1682. https://archive.org/stream/essexinstitutehi47esseuoft#page/322/mode/1up Pg.322 3. JOHN, b. about 1618; d. 1658. 4. ROBERT, b. about 1624; d. 1712. 5. Sarah, m. 10 June, 1645, Abraham Morrill ; d. (will proved, 14 Oct.), 1662. Children: (1) Isaac; (2) Abraham; (3) Jacob, b. 1648, d. 1715, m. 1674, Susan Whittier; (4) Hepsibah, d. young; (5) Sarah; (6) Moses, b. 1650, d. (will proved) 1709; m. 1st, Sarah Converse, 2d, widow Abigail Hendricks; (7) Lydia; (8) Hepsibah, posthumus. Sarah m. 2d, 8 Oct., 1665, Thomas Mudgett. 6. Lydia,(*) d. 16 Jan., 1676; m. Moses Pengry of Ipswich, b. 1610, d. 2 Jan., 1696, aged 86. Children: (1) Sarah, d. 1695, m. 20 April, 1664, Robert Day, d. 1692; (2) Lydia, d. 14 March, 1689, m. 13 Feb., 1665-66, Thomas Burnum; (3) Moses, b. 1650, d. (will proved) 1709; (4) Aaron, b. 1652, d. 1714; m. Ann Pickard; (5) John, b. 1654, d. 1723, m. 20 May, 1678, Faith Jewett. 7. Mary, b. 1637 (58 in 1695); d. 1695; m. 15 Nov., 1653, at Haverhill, John Osgood, of Andover; d. 31 Aug., 1693. (t) Children: (1) John, b, 12 Sept., 1654; (2) Mary, b. 1656, d. 1740; m, 1680, John Aslett; (3) Timothy, b. 1659; (4) Samuel, b. 1665; (5) Sarah.b. 1667, d. 1667; (6) Ebenezer, b. 1678, d. 1680; (7) Clements, b. 1680, d. 1680. 8. Abraham; mentioned only in will. 9. Daniel. The only record of Daniel, besides in the will, is his reported harrassing of a tax collector at Hampton, N. H., in 1683 (Prov. Papers, N. H., 1: 551). 2 Job (Robert1), born in England about 1618 ; died at Dover, N. H. in (will 4 Sept., proved 9 Nov., State Papers, N. H. 31 : 259) 1682. Preceding his father as a colonist, he took the oath of fidelity in Ipswich, 1639, and the following year, with eleven others, founded Haverhill. Freeman in 1647, he was chosen constable, the first in the town. Newbury needing a tanner, his trade, offered him a freehold in 1652, which he refused. Signing at Haverhill, in 1653, the petition for the remission of Major Pike's fine. Job later moved to Dover, und there .... etc. (*) In the Pengry Genealogy she is called Abigail, though Felt, Ipswich, says Lydia. (t) Mary Clements Osgood suffered through the witchcraft delusion of 1692. Subjected to the touch of blindfolded girls ("afflicted persons"), she was accused of being a witch. Arrested, and examined 8 Sept., 1692, she was browbeaten and frightened into a confession of being a witch, but recanted 16 October. Nevertheless, she was indicted by the grand jury in January, 1693 (I. Mass. Hist. Coll., 7: 241), but was fortunately released after an imprisonment of four months. _________________________ The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. yr.1852 https://archive.org/details/newenglandhistor1852wate https://archive.org/stream/newenglandhistor1852wate#page/495/mode/1up Pg.247 CLEMENT, Robert, Haverhill, will 1658 ; sons, Robert, John, Abraham, Daniel ; das. Sarah, m. Abraham Morrill ; --- , m. Moses Pengrew, [Mary] m. John Osgood. John, Haverhill, 1653. Mary. 1695, formerly Mrs. Mary Osgood, came from Coventry after 1652. Robert. Haverhill, d. 29 Sept. 1658; ch. Job, Robert. John, Abraham. Daniel, and 3 das. married. Job, Dover, tanner, wf. Lvdia, 1658. Robert, wf. Elizabeth, 14 Mar. 1661-2. Robert, cooper, s. y. Robert, ae. 30 in 1664. John, bro. of Robert, cast away and d. intest. 21 July, 1659. Robert, will, 1682. Samuel, m. Ruth, da. of Joseph Peaslee of Haverhill. ________________________ Robert Clements, the pioneer of Haverhill, MA, was influential and wealty in that community, and the owner of the first grist mill. He was one of the five to take the deed of the town from the Passagut and Saggahew Indians in 1642. He eventually came to own an island in the Merrimack River that is still known as Clements Island.

See also http://www.morrillonline.com/html/ClementsRobert-1595-1658.html

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From "New England families, genealogical and memorial: ..., Volume 4 By William Richard Cutter pp 2220-2221

Robert Clement was the CLEMENT immigrant ancestor of the Clements in America. He was born in England about 1590, and came to America in 1642, landing at Salisbury, Massachusetts. He was in Andover also in 1642, and removed to Haverhill in 1643, where he settled and became a prominent citizen. He was deputy to the general court from 1647 to 1653 inclusive. His family probably came with him, except his youngest daughter, who remained in Coventry, Warwickshire, England, until 1652, when she came to Haverhill, and soon afterward married John Osgood, of Andover. Robert Clement became associate judge of the county court, and was early appointed to give the oath of fidelity to the inhabitants of Haverhill. He was frequently appointed on committees to set off land and fix limits for the pioneers. He is recorded as being "a man of rare integrity and superior talents." He must have been an innkeeper in 1653, when he was given permission by the Salisbury court to sell wine in Haverhill. He owned the first grist mill built in Haverhill. He died on the farm where he first settled inHaverhill, September 29, 1658. His will was dated September 6, 1658, when not all of his children were in New England. He mentions his wife; sons, Job, John, Abraham and Daniel ; sons-in-law, Moses Pingrin, Abraham Morrill and John Osgood; "to my children's children and that are in New England; to Mr. Ward, our minister." Children: Job, first tanner in Haverhill; John; Robert, mentioned below; Abraham; Daniel; Sarah; Lydia; Mary, born about 1637, indicted for witchcraft in 1692, living in 1695.

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Name: Robert Clemens Sr. Surname: Clemens Given Name: Robert Suffix: Sr. Sex: M Birth: 14 Dec 1595 in Leicestershire Co., England Death: 29 Sep 1658 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts _UID: 2120E11F2322E347861FAE4C40B30D6FBE83 Note: He came to the United States in May 1642 after his wife died in March. Change Date: 27 Oct 2002 at 21:51:31 Father: Richard Clemens b: Abt. 1570 in Croft, Leis, England

Mother: Agnes Fellows b: Abt. 1572 in England

Marriage 1 Lydia Drummer b: 1597 in Leicestershire Co., England

  • Married: 1614 in England

Children

1. Has No Children Job Clemens b: 1615 in Leicestershire Co., England 2. Has No Children Abigail Clemens b: Abt. 1617 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts 3. Has No Children Lydia Clemens b: 1618 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts 4. Has No Children John Clemens b: 22 Oct 1620 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts 5. Has No Children Robert Clemens b: 1621 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts 6. Has No Children Robert Clemens b: 1623 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts 7. Has No Children Abraham Clemens b: 1624 in Warwickshire, England 8. Has No Children Daniel Clemens b: 1625 in Warwickshire, England 9. Has No Children Sarah Clemens b: 1626 in Warwickshire, England 10. Has No Children Lydia Clemens b: 1630 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts 11. Has Children Robert Clemens Jr. b: 1634 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts 12. Has No Children Mary Clemens b: 1637 in Warwickshire, England __________________ Narrative||

Financial gain could not have been Robert Clements reason for emigrating to New England. He was well established in England, and held his property there through out his life in the colonies (an unusual proceeding). The death of his wife Lydia in 1642 may have been the final thing that made him make the move (Robert Clements ancestors and descendants, p. 18).

Sons Abraham and Daniel formed important families in Ireland and their descendants have always retained the spelling of Clements. The present (1938) head of Daniel Clements' descendants is the Fifth Earl of Leitrim (Pillsbury Ancestry, p. 557).

Robert Clements was the first Deputy of Haverhill to the General Court; he held offices of associate Judge and County Commissioner. The Clements for a long time occupied a prominent position in the town. Several generations have lived on the place now (1861) owned by Jessee Clement of the North Parish (The History of Haverhill, Massachusetts by George Wingate Chase, pp. 48-49).

__________________________ He came to the United States in May 1642 after his wife died in March.

_____________________ ! (1) "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts," by David W. Hoyt (1897-1919. Reprint, New England History Press, Somersworth, NH, 1981) p.95, 893. Cites: (a) History of Haverhill, by Chase, p.48-49.

(2) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1969, p.104-105,168a.

(3) "Clement Genealogy," p.13-30. Cites: (a) Act Book, Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1615-1618, Fol:133. (b) Feet of Fines, co. Leicester. (c) Act Book, co. Leicester, 1604-1634. (d) Will of William Beale of Ashbie parva, co. Leicester, P.C.C., Soame 55. (e) Court of Requests, Miscellaneous Books 134, Clement vs. Dowell. (f) Feet of Fines, Northampton.

(4) "The History of Haverhill, Massachusetts," by George Wingate Chase (Reprint 1861. New England History Press, Somersworth, NH, 1983) p.47,48-49,62,65,68,70,72,76,77,80.

(5) "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire," by Sibil Noyes, Charles T. Libby, Walter G. Davis (Reprint 1928-1939. Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1988) p.150.

(6) Sidney Lyman Emmons, Cuba, NY. Cites: (a) "New England Settlers," by Farmer, p.62. (b) "Clements Genealogy," by Percival Wood Clements, Vol. 1, p.3.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1590. Name Clement, Clements or Clemence. His signatures read Clements. (3) s/o Richard Clements/Agnes ___ of Croft, Leicestershire, England. (6) 1595.

Baptism: (3) 14 Dec 1595, Cosby, Leicestershire, England.

Marriage to Lydia Drummer: (3) Lydia. Before 1615. (6)

Marriage to Judith __: (3) Before 1657.

Death: (1,2,3,4) 29 Sep 1658, Haverhill, MA. (4) On the spot where he first settled. Date of death taken from inventory of his estate.

(3a) 1617, 20 Oct: Was granted administration on his father's estate.

(3b) 1617: Paid 60 pounds for land in Huncote, parish of Narborough, Leicestershire, where he lived for a number of years. Huncote is near Croft, Leire, Sutton, and Broughton Astley, where he had relatives living. "Final Concord made in the King's Court at Westminster in eight days of St. Michael, 15 James I between Robert Clements Plaintiff and William Bent gent. and Elizabeth his wife Deforciants of one messuage, one garden, one orchard, 30 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture and common pasture for all manner of cattle in Huncote Narborrowe and in the Forest of Leicester..."

(3d) 1618, 1 Sep: Robert Clements of Huncote, county Leicester, Richard Cheney, William Cheney and Henry Cheney became bound to William Beale of Ashby Parva for 44 pounds. This debt William Beale bequeathed to his daughter Margaret 3 Apr 1620.

(3c) 1619: His mother was probably living with him when she died, as in the records of the administration of her estate she is called "Agnes Clements of Huncote."

(3) Moved to Ansley, a small market town in the northern part of Warwickshire, 5 miles from Nuneaton, four miles from Atherstone.

(3e) 1624, 18 Nov: Of Ansley, Co. Warwick, "yeoman." Gave affidavit in Court of Requests that John Dowell, Joan Beale, John King, Richard Cheney, William Cheney, and Henry Cheney "they the said Cheyneys being bound by this deponent to save him harmless from one obligation of 80 pounds or thereabouts dated in December in the 15th year of the king's majesty's reign that is now of England, etc., wherein this deponent did stand bound unto William Bele husband of the said Joan Bele..." who had bound the debt over to her daughter Margaret's husband John Dowell. "... this deponent hath been impleaded for the said debt yet was not held harmless from tho said bond by the said Cheyneys, Richard Cheyney being dead, William Cheyney and Henry Cheyney having absented themselves and hiding their heads ... so that this deponent cannot have remedy against them..."

(3f) 1634: A Robert Clements purchased land at Broughton, where our Robert had relatives. "Final concord made in the King's Court at Westminster in the octaves of Michaelmas, 9 Charles I," between Robert Clements, plaintiff and Chadd and Elizabeth Sadler, John and Margaret Sadler, and widow Mary Sadler, diforciants, "touching two messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 20 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture, and common pasturage for all animals in Broughton."

(3) 1638: Bought land in Witherly from James and Edith Clements and Thomas Kysse, dated "Easterday in fifteen days, 14 Charles I," consisting of "one messuage, one garden, one orchard, 20 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture for all manner of cattle with appurtances in Witherly."

(1,4) 1642, early part: Came from England. (4) Landed at Salisbury, MA. (5) Followed his son Job to New England.

(2) 1642: Resident in Andover, MA.

(1) 1642: Was in Haverhill, MA. (4) Came to Haverhill from Salisbury sometime in the summer following his arrival in New England, with his wife and 4 children - John, Lydia, Robert and Sarah. His son Job had preceded them.

(4) 1642, 15 Nov: Signed the deed which bought the land at Haverhill from the Indians. A copy of the original is in the source, showing his signature.

(1) 1645: Was made Freeman at Haverhill, MA.

(1,4) 1647, May: Chosen commissioner or justice of the Court of Writs, or court to try "small causes" (Small Claims Court), Haverhill.

(1,2,4) 1647/8-1653: Was first Deputy of Haverhill, MA to the General Court.

(1,4) 1650, 22 May: Took oath as "associate" Judge and appointed by the General Court to "give the oath of fidelity to the inhabitants of Haverhill."

(4) 1650: House lot in Haverhill, MA valued at 50 pounds.

(4) 1651, 1 Dec: Granted by the town of Haverhill the right to set up one or two saw mills, Haverhill, together with Job Clement, Isaac Cousins, Stephen Kent, William White, Theophilos Satchwell, and Peter Coffin. The mill to be set up by April 1653, and another by April 1654.

(4) Appointed to set off the public lands and fix their limits.

(4) 1652, 7 Jun: Received 6 acres in a division of "plough-land," Haverhill.

(4) 1653, May: Signed a petition to the General Court to revoke the sentence of Robert Pike, convicted of preaching on the Sabbath in the absence of a minister.

(1,2) 1653: Allowed by Salisbury Court to sell wine at Haverhill.

(1) 1654: Licensed to sell "stong waters" for the town.

(2) 1658, 6 Sep: In will, bequeathed to wife, sons Job, John, Abraham, and Daniel, sons-in-law Moses Pingrin, Abraham Morrill and John Osgood, to children's children that are in New England, to Mr. Ward, the minister. (1) May have had other children remaining in England.

(3,4) 1658, 6 Oct (8th mo.): Inventory of his estate presented at Hampton court. Included were a gristmill valued at 30 pounds and his homestead valued at 55 pounds. (4) Inventory included the first gristmill built in Haverhill, his purse, money, silver, seal and ring worth 1 pound 7 shillings, 20 bushels and 30 lbs. of rye, 4 steers, 7 cows, 1 heifer, 3 mares, 1 filly, 1 horse, 1 colt, swine, calves, sheep, bedding, a parcel of cotton, wool and linen yarn, sheep's wool, canvas and feathers, carpet, warming pan, cotton & linen cloth, 2 oxen, 2 "stocks" of bees, lumber, various utentils and tools, wheat and Indian corn, table cloth and napkins, and books "fowling piece." Inventory taken by Tristram Coffin and Willi White.

(1) 1658, 11 Oct: Will probated. (2) 12 Oct (8th mo.) will probated.

(3) His descendants were selling property originally granted to Robert Clements 80 years after his death.

_______________________________ Robert CLEMENTS was born in Dec 1595 in England. He immigrated in May 1642 to Massachusetts. He died on

Sep 29, 1658 in Haverhill, Essex Co, MA.

http://www.accsolinc.com/familyroots/family-webs/RobertClements.pdf

_____________________________ From History of Haverhill, Massachusetts, page 48 (60 of 722):

Robert Clement came from England, in the early part of 1642, landing at Salisbury, from whence he came to Haverhill sometime in the following summer, with his wife and four children—John, Lydia, Robert and Sarah. Job, his son, came as early as 1640-1, doubtless to " spye out the land." His youngest daughter, Mary, remained in England (in the city of Coventry, in Warwickshire) until about 1652, when she also came over to Haverhill, and was soon after married by her father to John Osgood, of Andover, Mass.

Robert, senior, was the first Deputy of the town to the General Court, and until 1654 ; was associate Judge ; County Commissioner ; "appointed and empowered by the General Court to give the oath of fidelity to the inhabitants of Haverhill ; " appointed to set off the public lands, fix their limits, &c. He was a man of rare integrity, and superior talent, as may readily be judged from the responsible stations he was repeatedly called to fill. He died on the spot where he first settled, in 1658, aged about 68 (*). He owned, when he died, the first grist-mill built in town. His son Robert, whom Mirick confounds with Robert sen., was a cooper by trade, and the first one in town. In 1652 he married Elizabeth Fane, by whom he had eleven children. He held several town offices, was a large landholder, and lived near where the " Exchange Building" is now situated. We have not ascertained the time of his death, but he was living in 1684. His wife died in 1715.

Job was a tanner (probably the first in town) , and married Margaret Dummer—the first marriage in town.

John, was a farmer, and married Sarah Osgood.

The Clements for a long time occupied a prominent position in the town and county, and their descendants have ever been considered as among our best citizens. Several generations of them have lived on the place now owned by Jessee Clement (in the North Parish), who is a lineal descendant from Robert sen.

" The inventory of Mr. Robert Clements, his goods and estates in New England, excepting some small debts which cannot yet be accompted, he died ye 29th of Sept., 1658. £ s. d. Iny his wearing apparell 16 18 00 It ('-) his purse, money, silver, seal and ring 1 07 00 It by one bill owing him 55 00 00 It one paver of Steers 3 08 08 It twenty bushell of rie 10 00 00 It one cow and 30 lbs of rie 5 00 00 It one bill 8 15 00 It one bill 12 15 00 It one bill 56 00 00 It one bill 5 00 00 It one bill 06 06 00 It one bill li 00 00 It one bill 02 03 06 It one bill 04 00 00 It one bill 07 12 00 It one engagement of rent for land 05 00 00 It 4 cows, 2 steers, one heifer 22 00 00 It 3 mares, 1 philli, 1 boss, 1 colt 69 00 00 It 3 cows 10 00 00 It in swine, calves and sheep 10 15 00 It in bedding 25 13 00 It a psU (t) of cotton wooU & cotton varne, sheeps wool!, canvers & fethers 03 01 00 It on carpett, warmg pan, &, cotton cloth, 01 10 00 t Who died in Boston in 1001, aged 77. Rev, John Wilson preached her funeral sermon, and "embalmed her memory." — Sewall. 7 £ s. d. It his dwelling house <£ accommodations. .55 00 00 It 8 loads of hay & a psil linen cloth 05 00 00 It his grist mill 30 00 00 It one payer of oxen 12 00 00 It a psU of boards & two stocks of bees. .02 13 00 It wooden vessels and earthen vessels & one spade 01 16 00 It cotton and linen yarn 02 10 00 It one debt 3 tr 03 00 00 It one debt of 10 tr 10 00 00 It in wheat & Indian corn 03 10 00 It for chests, Tunnes & cards Potts & kettles 4 17 CO It several things, viz., fier shovel & tongs Andyrons spitt, plough 05 17 16 It chayns & such like Iron things It in books fowling piece, table cloth and napkins. 03 18 00 These goods were apprized by us whose names are under written. Trist. Cqfftn, Willi White. " Item. Parcel.

Male Birth: December 14, 1595 Narborough, Leicestershire, England Death: September 29, 1658 (62) Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts Place of Burial: On His Farm, Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States Immediate Family: Son of Richard Clements and Agnes (Or Alice) Clements Husband of Lydia Drummer Father of Job Clements; Lydia (Abigail) Clements; John Clements; Robert Clements; Abraham Clements and 4 others Brother of Ann Clements; Job Clements; Ann Clements and John Clements Added by: Michael John Cole on February 24, 2007 Managed by: Mark Francis Quinn and 56 others Curated by: Erica Isabel Howton

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CLEMENTS GENEALOGY

CLEMENTS, RICHARD 1 m ELIZABETH ____ b 1506 d ____ b 1515 d ____

	 CLEMENTS, ROBERT 2

m ALICE ____ b 1536 d 1606 b 1541 d 1585

	 CLEMENTS, RICHARD 3

m AGNES ____ b 1570 d 1617 b ____ d 1619

	 CLEMENTS, ROBERT 4

m LYDIA ____ b 1590 d 1658 b 1593 d ____

	 CLEMENTS, ROBERT 5

m ELIZABETH FAWNE b 1629 d ____ b 1630 d 1715

	 CLEMENTS, JOHN 6

m ELIZABETH AYER b 1653 d 1692 b 1652 d ____

	 CLEMENTS, SAMUEL 7

m RUTH PEASLEY b 1677 d 1754 b 1685 d 1759

	 CLEMENTS, TIMOTHY 8

m HANNAH FORD b 1706 d 1787 b 1705 d 1750

	 CLEMENTS, ELENOR 9

m DAVID EATON b 1737 d ____ b 1738 d 1804


Richard Clements & Elizabeth ____ Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Top Richard Clements was born about 1506* in England, died Feb 1571/1572 in Croft, Leicestershire, England and was buried in Croft Church. Richard was married to Elizabeth ____. Elizabeth ____ was born estimated Dec 1515* and died after 1571/1572. The five children of Richard and Elizabeth (____) Clements: Robert, Edward, Isabell, Mary and Richard. 1 Clements, Robert was born about 1536*. 2 Clements, Edward was born about 1538 in Croft. 3 Clements, Isabell was born about 1540 in Croft. She and Robert Ives were married before 1562. 4 Clements, Mary was born in Croft. 5 Clements, Richard was born after Feb 1557/1558 in Croft.


Robert Clements & Alice ____ Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Top Robert Clements was born about 1536* in Croft, Leicestershire, England and was buried 26 Jun 1606 in Croft. Robert was married (1) to Alice ____ about 1565. Alice ____ was born estimated Apr 1541* in Croft and buried Nov 1585 in Croft. The eight children of Robert and Alice (____) Clements: Roger, Jane, Isabell, Robert, Thomas, Richard, John and James. 1 Clements, Roger was born estimated Mar 1563* in Croft. 2 Clements, Jane was born about 1562* in Croft. She was married (1) to ____ Robertes before 1586. ____ was born estimated Jun 1560*. She was married (2) to ____ Cooke before 1606. The two children of ____ and Jane (Clements) Robertes: Alyce and Annie. i Robertes, Alyce was born before 1586. ii Robertes, Annie was born before 1588. 3 Clements, Isabell was born about 1564* in Croft. She and John Johnson were married 26 Oct 1591 in Croft. John was born estimated Mar 1567*. A daughter of John and Isabell (Clements) Johnson: Alyce. i Johnson, Alyce was born before 1606. 4 Clements, Robert was born about 1566* in Croft and was buried 31 Aug 1612 in Leare, Leicestershire, England. He was married to Alice ____. Alice was buried 23 Apr 1612 in Leare. The five children of Robert and Alice (____) Clements: Elizabeth, Barbara, Alice, Alice and Ann. i Clements, Elizabeth. ii Clements, Barbara. iii Clements, Alice was buried 1606 in Leire, Leicestershire, England. iv Clements, Alice. v Clements, Ann. 5 Clements, Thomas was born about 1568* in Croft, Leicestershire, England and was buried 12 May 1629 in Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, England. He was married (1) to Margaret Lucas 4 Mar 1594/1595 in Croft, Leicestershire, England. Margaret was buried 30 Sep 1607 in Broughton Astley. He was married (2) to Elizabeth Wakelin 14 Apr 1608 in Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, England. Elizabeth was buried 25 Feb 1629/1630. The seven children of Thomas and Margaret (Lucas) Clements: John, Elizabeth, James, Isabel, William, Agnes and Thomas. i Clements, John was buried 3 Dec 1612 in Broughton Astley. ii Clements, Elizabeth. She and John Racsen were married 28 Apr 1631 in Broughton Astley. iii Clements, James died Mar 1658. He was married to Margery ____. Margery died after 1661. iv Clements, Isabel was buried 30 Jun 1637 in Broughton Astley. v Clements, William. vi Clements, Agnes. vii Clements, Thomas was buried 4 Sep 1607 in Broughton Astley. The three children of Thomas and Elizabeth (Wakelin) Clements: Richard, Jane and Thomas. i Clements, Richard. ii Clements, Jane. She and John Goodman were married 2 Sep 1634 in Broughton Astley. A daughter of John and Jane (Clements) Goodman: Kezia. 1 Goodman, Kezia. iii Clements, Thomas was born about 1621. 6 Clements, Richard was born about 1570*. 7 Clements, John was born about 1572* in Croft, Leicestershire, England. He and Elizabeth Warren (Mrs.) were married 2 Nov 1597 in St. Martin's, Leicestershire, England. The three children of John and Elizabeth (Warren (Mrs.)) Clements: Robert, Elizabeth and Christopher. i Clements, Robert. ii Clements, Elizabeth. iii Clements, Christopher. 8 Clements, James was born about 1574* in Croft, Leicestershire, England and was buried 9 Jul 1624 in Frowlesworth, Leicester, England. He was married (2) to Frances ____. Frances was buried 20 Aug 1633 in Frowlesworth, Leicestershire, England. A daughter of James and ____ (____) Clements: Elizabeth. i Clements, Elizabeth was born before 1610. The three children of James and Frances (____) Clements: Robert, Elizabeth and Christopher. i Clements, Robert. ii Clements, Elizabeth. iii Clements, Christopher.


Robert Clements & Margaret ____ Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Top Robert Clements was born about 1536* in Croft, Leicestershire, England and was buried 26 Jun 1606 in Croft. Robert was married (2) to Margaret ____ after 1585. Margaret ____ died after 1606.


Richard Clements & Agnes ____ Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Top Richard Clements was born about 1570* in Croft, Leicestershire, England and was buried 18 Jul 1617 in Cosby, Leicester, England. Richard and Agnes ____ were married 2 Mar 1594/1595 in Cosby. Agnes ____ died 1619 in Huncote, Leicester, England. The two children of Richard and Agnes (____) Clements: Robert and Ann. 1 Clements, Robert. 2 Clements, Ann was buried 10 Jan 1606/1607 in Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, England.


Robert Clements & Lydia ____ Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Top Robert Clements was born estimated May 1590* in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts and died 29 Sep 1658 in Haverhill. Robert was married (1) to Lydia ____ before 1615 in England. Lydia ____ was born estimated May 1593* in England and was buried 12 Mar 1641/1642 in Ansley, Warwickshire, England. The eight children of Robert and Lydia (____) Clements: Job, Lydia, John, Abraham, Daniel, Sarah, Robert and Mary. 1 Clements, Job was born 1615* in England and died 4 Sep 1682 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire. He was married (1) to Margaret Dummer 25 Dec 1645 in Haverhill. Margaret was born estimated Feb 1624* in England and died about 1653 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas and ____ (____) Dummer. He was married (2) to Lydia ____ before 1658. He was married (3) to Joanna ____ 16 Jul 1673 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire. Joanna was born about 1617 and died 15 Jan 1704. The three children of Job and Margaret (Dummer) Clements: John, Job and Mary. i Clements, John was born 17 Nov 1646 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died about Dec 1646 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. ii Clements, Job was born 17 Apr 1648 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died about 1716 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire. He and Abigail Heard were married 28 Feb 1688 in Dover, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of James and Shuah (Conley) Heard. iii Clements, Mary was born 12 Dec 1651 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died about 1672 in Dover, Massachusetts. She and Joseph Canney were married 25 Dec 1670 in Dover. Joseph died 1690. A daughter of Joseph and Mary (Clements) Canney: Jane. 1 Kerney, Jane. 2 Clements, Lydia was born about 1618* in England and died 16 Jan 1675/1676 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. She and Moses Pengry were married before 1658. Moses was born 1611* in England or Massachusetts and died 2 Jan 1695/1696 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. The eight children of Moses and Lydia (Clements) Pengry: Sarah, Lydia, Moses, Aaron, John, Thomas, Mehetable and Abigail. i Pengry, Sarah was born about 1646 in Ipswich, Massachusetts. She and John Day were married 20 Apr 1664. He was the son of Robert and ____ (____) Day. ii Pengry, Lydia was born about 1648 in Ipswich and died 14 Mar 1689/1690. She and Thomas Burnham were married 13 Feb 1665/1666. Thomas died 21 Feb 1728. iii Pengry, Moses was born 1650 in Ipswich. He was married (1) to Sarah Converse. Sarah was born 21 Apr 1649 and died 20 Feb 1692. She was the daughter of James and ____ (____) Converse. He was married (2) to Abigail Morse. Abigail was born 14 Feb 1652 and died in Carolina?. She was the daughter of William and () Morse. iv Pengry, Aaron was born 1652 in Ipswich, Massachusetts and died 14 Sep 1714. He and Ann Pickard were married 22 Mar 1681/1682. Ann died 3 Feb 1740. She was the daughter of John and Jane (Crosby) Pickard. v Pengry, John was born 1654 in Ipswich and died 15 Jan 1723. He and Faith Jewett were married 20 May 1678. She was the daughter of Joseph and () Jewett. vi Pengry, Thomas was born about 1658 in Ipswich and died 25 Jan 1662 in Ipswich. vii Pengry, Mehetable was born in Ipswich and died 8 Jan 1668 in Ipswich. viii Pengry, Abigail was born 30 Jan 1666 in Ipswich. 3 Clements, John was born estimated Mar 1620* and died 1659. He and Sarah Osgood were married 1 Jun 1648 in Andover, Massachusetts. Sarah was born about 1630* in England. She was the daughter of John and ____ (____) Osgood. The four children of John and Sarah (Osgood) Clements: Sarah, Lydia, Mary and Hannah. i Clements, Sarah was born 24 Mar 1649/1650 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts. ii Clements, Lydia was born 23 Apr 1651 in Haverhill. iii Clements, Mary was born 17 Jul 1654 in Haverhill. iv Clements, Hannah was born 4 Nov 1656 in Haverhill. 4 Clements, Abraham was born about 1622* in England and died 5 Apr 1667 in Killencrott, Cavan, Ireland. He was married (1) to Elizabeth ____. Elizabeth was buried 4 Oct 1656 in Coventry, Warwickshire, England. He was married (2) to Jane ____. A daughter of Abraham and Jane (____) Clements: Lydia. i Clements, Lydia. She was married to Joseph Pratt. 5 Clements, Daniel was born about 1624* in England and died after 1683. He was married to Elizabeth ____. 6 Clements, Sarah was born about 1626* in England and died Aug 1694 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. She was married (1) to Abraham Morrill 10 Jun 1645 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts. Abraham was born estimated Nov 1621* in England and died about 18 Jun 1662 in Roxbury, Massachusetts. She was married (2) to Thomas Mudgett 8 Aug 1665 in Salisbury, Massachusetts. Thomas died about 1701. The nine children of Abraham and Sarah (Clements) Morrill: Isaac, Jacob, Sarah, Abraham, Moses, Aaron, Richard, Lydia and Hepzibah. i Morrill, Isaac was born 10 Jul 1646 and died 17 Oct 1713. He and Phebe Gill were married 14 Nov 1670. Phebe was born 1649/1650 and died 6 May 1714. ii Morrill, Jacob was born 24 Aug 1648 and died 23 Apr 1718. He and Susanna Whittier were married 15 Jul 1674. Susanna was born 27 Mar 1656 and died 15 Feb 1726/1727. iii Morrill, Sarah was born 14 Oct 1650 and died after 1717. She was married (1) to Philip Rowell 5 Jan 1670. Philip was born 8 Mar 1647/1648 and died 7 Jul 1690. She was married (2) to Onesiphorus Page 31 Jul 1695. Onesiphorus died before 1708. She was married (3) to Daniel Merrill 29 May 1708. iv Morrill, Abraham was born 14 Nov 1652 and died about 1697. He and Sarah Bradbury were married about 1688. Sarah was born 26 Feb 1661/1662 and died 5 Mar 1708/1709. v Morrill, Moses was born 28 Dec 1655 and died 20 May 1731. He was married (1) to Rebecca Barnes about 1685. He was married (2) to Mary ____ after 1727. vi Morrill, Aaron was born 9 Aug 1658 and died 31 Jan 1658/1659. vii Morrill, Richard was born 6 Feb 1659/1660 and died 17 Feb 1659/1660. viii Morrill, Lydia was born 8 Mar 1660/1661. She was married to Ephraim Severance. ix Morrill, Hepzibah was born 8 Jan 1662/1663. She and John Dibbs were married about 1689. The two children of Thomas and Sarah (Clements) Mudgett: Mary and Temperance. i Mudgett, Mary was born 30 Apr 1667 and died 17 Aug 1710. She and John Quinby were married about 1687. John was born 7 Sep 1665. ii Mudgett, Temperance was born 10 Oct 1670. 7 Clements, Robert was born about 1629*. 8 Clements, Mary was born 1637* in England and died 27 Oct 1710 in Andover, Massachusetts. She and John Osgood were married 15 Nov 1653 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. John was born 1632* in England and died 31 Aug 1693. He was the son of John and ____ (____) Osgood. The twelve children of John and Mary (Clements) Osgood: John, Mary, Timothy, Lydia, Peter, Samuel, Sarah, Mehetable, Hannah, Sarah, Clemence and Clement. i Osgood, John was born 3 Sep 1654 in Andover, Massachusetts and died 22 Apr 1725. He was married to Hannah Ayer. Hannah was born 2 Aug 1662 and died 6 Sep 1735. She was the daughter of Peter and Hannah (Allen) Ayer. ii Osgood, Mary was born 27 Aug 1656 in Andover and died 1740. She and John Aslett were married 8 Jul 1680. John was born 16 Feb 1657 and died 1728. iii Osgood, Timothy was born 10 Aug 1659 in Andover and died 16 Sep 1748. He was married (1) to Deborah Poore 29 May 1689. He was married (2) to Mary Poole 1728. Mary died 13 Jul 1752. iv Osgood, Lydia was born 12 Aug 1661 in Andover and died 14 Apr 1741. She and James Frye were married 20 Jan 1679. James was born about 1652 and died 28 Sep 1734. v Osgood, Peter was born 30 Aug 1663 in Andover and died 24 Sep 1753. He and Martha Ayer were married 19 May 1690. Martha was born 1 Mar 1667/1668 and died after 1730. She was the daughter of Peter and Hannah (Allen) Ayer. vi Osgood, Samuel was born 10 Mar 1664/1665 in Andover and died 22 Apr 1717. He and Hannah Dean were married 4 Feb 1701/1702. vii Osgood, Sarah was born 7 Apr 1667 in Andover and died 22 Apr 1667. viii Osgood, Mehetable was born 4 Mar 1671/1672 in Andover. She and Daniel Poor were married 25 Apr 1688. Daniel was born 6 Sep 1656 and died 1735. ix Osgood, Hannah was born 30 May 1674 in Andover and died 3 Aug 1674. x Osgood, Sarah was born 4 Nov 1675 in Andover and died 23 Sep 1724. She and Thomas Perley were married 1695. Thomas was born 1668 and died 1745. xi Osgood, Clemence was born 4 Oct 1678 in Andover. xii Osgood, Clement was born 12 Oct 1680 in Andover and died 18 Nov 1680.


Robert Clements & Judith ____ Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Top Robert Clements was born estimated May 1590* in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts and died 29 Sep 1658 in Haverhill. Robert was married (2) to Judith ____ after 1642. Judith ____ died before 1669.


Robert Clements & Elizabeth Fawne Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Fawne Top Robert Clements was born about 1629* in England and died after 24 Feb 1713/1714 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. Robert and Elizabeth Fawne were married 8 Dec 1652 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Fawne was born about 1630* in England or Massachusetts and died 27 Mar 1715 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John and Elizabeth (____) ƒƒawne. The eleven children of Robert and Elizabeth (Fawne) Clements: John, Daniel, Abraham, Jonathan, Hannah, Fawne, Nathaniel, Robert, Lydia, Mary and Mary. 1 Clements, John was born 16 Sep 1653. 2 Clements, Daniel was born 3 Jul 1655 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died 10 Jan 1679/1680 in New Jersey. 3 Clements, Abraham was born 14 Jul 1657 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died about 1716 in New Bristol, Pennsylvania. He and Hannah Gove were married 10 May 1683 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts. Hannah was born Mar 1664 and died before 1716. She was the daughter of Edward and Hannah (Partridge) Gove. The nine children of Abraham and Hannah (Gove) Clements: Edward, Dorothy, Elizabeth, Nathaniel, Sarah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Lydia and Hannah. i Clements, Edward was born 3 Mar 1683/1684 in Newbury and died before 1687. ii Clements, Dorothy was born about 1686 and died 23 Mar 1704. iii Clements, Elizabeth was born 6 Jul 1687 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire. iv Clements, Nathaniel was born 27 Aug 1689 in Hampton and died before 1716. v Clements, Sarah was born about 1691. vi Clements, Jeremiah was born 22 Apr 1692 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. vii Clements, Ezekiel was born 1 Feb 1695/1696 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire. viii Clements, Lydia was born 11 Aug 1698 in Hampton. ix Clements, Hannah was born 17 Nov 1700 in Hampton. 4 Clements, Jonathan was born about 1659* in England?. He and Elizabeth ____ were married before 1694. Elizabeth died after 1712. 5 Clements, Hannah was born 2 Oct 1660 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts. She and Joseph Crockett were married about 1678. Joseph died about 1717. He was the son of Thomas and Ann (____) Crockett. The eleven children of Joseph and Hannah (Clements) Crockett: Joseph, Hannah, Lydia, Dorothy, Mary, John, Elizabeth, Abraham, Anne, Nathaniel and Sarah. i Crockett, Joseph was born 1680. ii Crockett, Hannah was born 1684. iii Crockett, Lydia was born 1686. iv Crockett, Dorothy was born 1688. v Crockett, Mary was born 1690. vi Crockett, John was born 16 Mar 1692/1693. vii Crockett, Elizabeth was born 15 Mar 1693/1694. viii Crockett, Abraham was born 14 May 1696. ix Crockett, Anne was born 19 Aug 1698. x Crockett, Nathaniel was born 4 May 1700. xi Crockett, Sarah was born 8 Mar 1702. 6 Clements, Fawne was born 2 Mar 1661/1662 in Haverhill and died before 12 May 1740 in Newbury, Massachusetts. He was married (1) to Sarah Hoyt 21 Nov 1688 in Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts. Sarah was born 28 Jan 1670 and died 1712. She was the daughter of John and Mary (Barnes) Hoyt. He was married (2) to Dorothy Carr 7 Mar 1718 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts. Dorothy was born 1678 and died 7 Oct 1741 in Newbury, Massachusetts. The four children of Fawne and Sarah (Hoyt) Clements: Jonathan, Sarah, Timothy and Joseph. i Clements, Jonathan was born 1 Jan 1695/1696 in Newbury. He was married to Mary Greenleaf. ii Clements, Sarah was born 1697. She and Richard Hazen were married 22 Oct 1719. He was the son of Richard and () Hazen. iii Clements, Timothy was born 1 May 1699 in Newbury and died about 1731. He was married to Anna Dodge. iv Clements, Joseph was born 1 Apr 1701 in Newbury and died 26 Oct 1774. He and Hannah Atkinson were married 4 Mar 1730/1731. A son of Fawne and Dorothy (Carr) Clements: Benjamin. i Clements, Benjamin was born 7 Jan 1718/1719 in Newbury. 7 Clements, Nathaniel was born 6 Sep 1663 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died 1689 in Saco, Maine. 8 Clements, Robert was born 29 Mar 1665 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died 3 Sep 1741 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. He and Deliverance Odiorne were married 18 Dec 1690 in Haverhill. Deliverance was born estimated Mar 1670* in Haverhill and died 3 Mar 1740/1741 in Haverhill. She was the daughter of Philip and () Odiorne. The two children of Robert and Deliverance (Odiorne) Clements: Dorcas and Nathaniel. i Clements, Dorcas was born 3 Oct 1693 in Haverhill. ii Clements, Nathaniel was born 14 Jan 1696/1697 in Haverhill. 9 Clements, Lydia was born 14 Dec 1668 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died 11 Oct 1696. She and John Johnson were married 19 Feb 1688/1689 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. The four children of John and Lydia (Clements) Johnson: Lydia, Nathaniel, Mary and Sarah. i Johnson, Lydia was born 7 Dec 1689. She was married to ____ Chase. ii Johnson, Nathaniel was born 31 Oct 1691. He and Ruth Guild were married before 1715. Ruth was born Jan 1689/1690. She was the daughter of James and Ruth (Parker) Guild. iii Johnson, Mary was born 6 Jan 1693/1694. She and Samuel Hastletine were married before 1716. Samuel was born 3 Mar 1689/1690. He was the son of Nathaniel and Ruth (____) Hastletine. iv Johnson, Sarah was born 18 Feb 1695/1696 and died 20 Jul 1735. She and Timothy Duston were married before 1718. Timothy was born 14 Sep 1694 and died after 1733. 10 Clements, Mary was born 8 Jun 1670 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died 1 Jul 1670 in Haverhill. 11 Clements, Mary was born 24 Jul 1673 in Haverhill and died 11 Feb 1678 in Haverhill.


John Clements & Elizabeth Ayer Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Ayer Top John Clements was born 16 Sep 1653 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died 16 May 1692 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. John and Elizabeth Ayer were married 22 Feb 1676 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Ayer was born 10 Nov 1652 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth (Palmer) Ayer. The eight children of John and Elizabeth (Ayer) Clements: Samuel, Job, Mary, Elizabeth, John, Nathaniel, Hannah and Abiah. 1 Clements, Samuel was born 2 Nov 1677. 2 Clements, Job was born 20 Feb 1679 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died 23 Sep 1732 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. He and Mehitable Ayer were married before 1702. Mehitable was born 5 Feb 1683 and died after 1741. The eight children of Job and Mehitable (Ayer) Clements: Lydia, Mary, Obadiah, Mehitable, Abigail, John, Ann and Joseph. i Clements, Lydia was born 20 Nov 1702 in Haverhill. She was married to Cornelius Johnson. ii Clements, Mary was born 21 Jan 1704/1705 in Haverhill. She was married (1) to Abner Blaisdell. She was married (2) to Joseph Gould. iii Clements, Obadiah was born 22 May 1707 in Haverhill. He was married (1) to Priscilla Heath. He was married (2) to Sarah Flanders. iv Clements, Mehitable was born 17 Dec 1709 in Haverhill and died 3 Feb 1728/1729 in Haverhill. She and John Griffin were married 13 Dec 1727 in Haverhill. A daughter of John and Mehitable (Clements) Griffin: Mary. 1 Griffin, Mary. v Clements, Abigail was born 24 Sep 1712 in Haverhill. vi Clements, John was born 19 Oct 1714 in Haverhill. He was married to Ruth Sanders. vii Clements, Ann was born 22 Jun 1718 in Haverhill. She was married (1) to David Whittaker. She was married (2) to Robert Calef. viii Clements, Joseph was born 20 Jun 1722 in Haverhill. He was married to Mary Dalton. 3 Clements, Mary was born 20 Feb 1681 in Haverhill. She and Christopher Bartlett were married 11 Feb 1717/1718 in Haverhill. He was the son of Christopher and Deborah (Weed) Bartlett. The four children of Christopher and Mary (Clements) Bartlett: Jonathan, Mary, Christopher and Mehitable. i Bartlett, Jonathan was born 10 Aug 1719. He and Margaret Harriman were married 21 May 1741. ii Bartlett, Mary was born 21 Oct 1720. She was married to Benjamin Clements. Benjamin was born 19 Mar 1717/1718. He was the son of John and Elizabeth (Kimball) Clements. iii Bartlett, Christopher was born 2 Aug 1722. iv Bartlett, Mehitable was born 13 Mar 1725/1726 and died 27 Oct 1737. 4 Clements, Elizabeth was born 9 Apr 1684 in Haverhill and died about 1740. She and Isaac Bradley were married 16 May 1706 in Haverhill. Isaac was born estimated Oct 1681*. He was the son of Daniel and Mary (Williams) Bradley. The ten children of Isaac and Elizabeth (Clements) Bradley: Lydia, John, Mehetabel, Ruth, Abigail, Elizabeth, Isaac, Nathaniel, Miriam and Moses. i Bradley, Lydia was born 31 May 1707. ii Bradley, John was born 10 Apr 1709 and died Feb 1759 in Plaistow, New Hampshire. iii Bradley, Mehetabel was born Dec 1711. iv Bradley, Ruth was born 26 May 1713 and died about 1729. v Bradley, Abigail was born 20 May 1714. vi Bradley, Elizabeth was born 17 Jan 1716/1717. vii Bradley, Isaac was born 10 Jan 1718/1719 and died 18 Jan 1802. viii Bradley, Nathaniel was born 10 Feb 1720/1721 and died 4 Oct 1737. ix Bradley, Miriam was born 18 Jan 1723/1724 and died 3 Apr 1724. x Bradley, Moses was born 18 Jan 1723/1724 and died 29 Mar 1723/1724. 5 Clements, John was born 18 Jul 1686 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts and died 25 Nov 1762 in Haverhill. He was married (1) to Elizabeth Kimball before 1708. Elizabeth was born 23 Mar 1683/1684 in Haverhill and died 6 Nov 1754 in Haverhill. She was the daughter of Henry and Hannah (Marsh) Kimball. He was married (2) to Mary Emerson 25 Feb 1755 in Haverhill. Mary was born 21 Mar 1696/1697 in Haverhill and died after 1762. She was the daughter of Joseph and Martha (Toothaker) Emerson. The seven children of John and Elizabeth (Kimball) Clements: Jonathan, John, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Abigail, Elizabeth and Hannah. i Clements, Jonathan was born 2 Aug 1708. He was married to Sarah Watts. ii Clements, John was born 7 Jun 1711 and died 15 May 1714. iii Clements, Elizabeth was born 24 Mar 1713 and died 23 Sep 1715. iv Clements, Benjamin was born 19 Mar 1717/1718. He was married to Mary Bartlett. Mary was born 21 Oct 1720. She was the daughter of Christopher and Mary (Clements) Bartlett. v Clements, Abigail was born 30 Dec 1719 and died 1734. vi Clements, Elizabeth was born 17 May 1724. She was married to John Watts. John died 1761. He was the son of John and () Watts. vii Clements, Hannah was born 9 Dec 1726 and died 9 Oct 1729. 6 Clements, Nathaniel was born 6 Jun 1689 in Haverhill and died after 1754 in Salem?, New Hampshire. He and Sarah Merrill were married before 1715. Sarah was born 26 Oct 1694 in Newbury, Massachusetts and died 10 Jul 1748 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah (Woodman) Merrill. 7 Clements, Hannah was born 11 Sep 1691 in Haverhill and died 15 Sep 1691 in Haverhill. 8 Clements, Abiah was born 12 Sep 1692 in Haverhill and died 21 Aug 1766 in Hampstead, New Hampshire. She and Daniel Little were married in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire. Daniel was born 13 Jan 1692 in Newbury, New Hampshire and died Nov 1777 in Hampstead, New Hampshire. He was the son of Joseph and Mary (Coffin) Little.


Samuel Clements & Ruth Peasley Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Peasley Top Samuel Clements was born 2 Nov 1677 in Haverhill, "Old" Norfolk, Massachusetts and died 3 Oct 1754 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. Samuel and Ruth Peasley were married 11 Jul 1705 in Haverhill. Ruth Peasley was born 25 Feb 1684/1685 in Haverhill and died after 1759. She was the daughter of Joseph and Ruth (Barnard) Peasley. The nine children of Samuel and Ruth (Peasley) Clements: Timothy, Ruth, Hannah, Moses, Sarah, Susanna, Miriam, Eleanor and Samuel. 1 Clements, Timothy was born 2 Aug 1706. 2 Clements, Ruth was born 3 Mar 1708/1709 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts and died 4 Feb 1740 in Haverhill. She and Abiel Foster were married 11 Jul 1728. Abiel was born 2 May 1702 in Boxford, Massachusetts and died about 1748. He was the son of David and Mary (Black) Foster. 3 Clements, Hannah was born 26 Mar 1710/1711 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts and died 23 Jul 1783 in Haverhill. She and Benjamin Gale were married 20 Mar 1729 in Haverhill. Benjamin was born 1706* in Haverhill and died 29 Mar 1790 in Haverhill. He was the son of Daniel and Rebecca (Swett) Gale. 4 Clements, Moses was born 26 Mar 1713 in Haverhill and died Oct 1788 in Haverhill. He and Phebe Wilson were married 22 Oct 1734 in Haverhill. Phebe was born 24 Mar 1716 and died after 1784. She was the daughter of Joseph and Mary (Richardson) Wilson. 5 Clements, Sarah was born 29 May 1715 in Haverhill and died before 2 Oct 1752 in Haverhill?, Essex, Massachusetts. She and Daniel Pilsberry were married 1 Jan 1735/1736 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. Daniel was born 12 Mar 1711 in Newbury, Massachusetts and died about 1760 in Newbury. He was the son of Daniel and () Pilsberry. 6 Clements, Susanna was born 24 Apr 1718 in Haverhill and died 20 Jul 1809 in Methuen, Massachusetts. She and Stephen Huse were married 2 Jan 1734/1735 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. Stephen was born 16 Nov 1702 in Newbury, Massachusetts and died 1 Jul 1785 in Methuen, Massachusetts. He was the son of Abel and Judith (____) Huse. 7 Clements, Miriam was born 16 Sep 1720 in Haverhill and died before 2 Oct 1752 in Haverhill. She and Joseph Ames were married 29 Nov 1739 in Haverhill. Joseph was born 20 Jan 1713/1714 in Boxford, Massachusetts and died before 11 Apr 1741 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. He was the son of Joseph and Jemima (____) Ames. 8 Clements, Eleanor was born 1 Apr 1723 in Haverhill and died before 1754. 9 Clements, Samuel was born 2 May 1730 in Haverhill and died 24 Dec 1803 in Haverhill. He and Anna Gage were married 13 Dec 1750 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. Anna was born 11 Mar 1732/1733 in Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Ebenezer and Pricilla (Kimball) Gage.


Timothy Clements & Hannah Ford Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Ford Top Timothy Clements was born 2 Aug 1706 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts and died before 14 Aug 1787 in New Hampshire. Timothy and Hannah Ford were married 1 Apr 1728 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. Hannah Ford was born 19 Feb 1704/1705 in Haverhill and died after 1750. She was the daughter of James and Lydia (Ross) Ford. The ten children of Timothy and Hannah (Ford) Clements: Anna, Lydia, James, Elenor, Miriam, William, Timothy, John, Samuel and Simeon. 1 Clements, Anna was born 25 Mar 1728 in Haverhill. 2 Clements, Lydia was born 29 Dec 1730 in Haverhill and died 3 Apr 1758 in Haverhill. 3 Clements, James was born 11 Jun 1733 in New Hampshire. He was married to Anna Kimball. 4 Clements, Elenor was born 11 Jun 1737. 5 Clements, Miriam was born 11 Oct 1739 in New Hampshire. She was married to James Rix. 6 Clements, William was born 15 Nov 1741 in New Hampshire. He was married to Mary Hoyt. 7 Clements, Timothy was born 13 Apr 1744 in New Hampshire. 8 Clements, John was born 13 Jul 1746 in New Hampshire and died 20 Nov 1804 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He was married to Molly Stanley. 9 Clements, Samuel was born 13 Nov 1748 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts and died 2 Sep 1749 in Haverhill. 10 Clements, Simeon was born 17 Feb 1749/1750 in Haverhill and died 17 Mar 1749/1750.


Elenor Clements & David Eaton Richard 1, Robert 2 m1 m2, Richard 3, Robert 4 m1 m2, Robert 5, John 6, Samuel 7, Timothy 8, Elenor 9 Eaton Top Elenor Clements was born 11 Jun 1737 in New Hampshire. Elenor and David Eaton were married 19 Feb 1761 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts. David Eaton was born 27 Mar 1738 in Dunstable Twp., Hillsborough, New Hampshire and died 16 May 1804 in Sutton, Merrimack, New Hampshire. He was the son of Benjamin and Anna (Rand) Eaton. The five children of David and Elenor (Clements) Eaton: David, Samuel, Samuel, Hannah and Jonathan. 1 Eaton, David was born estimated Jul 1761*. He and Clarissa Dudley were married 31 Dec 1807 in Newport?, Sullivan, New Hampshire. A son of David and Clarissa (Dudley) Eaton: Roderick Random. i Eaton, Roderick Random was born 13 Sep 1808 in Sutton, Merrimack, New Hampshire. 2 Eaton, Samuel was born 29 Oct 1762 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts and died 27 Oct 1763 in Haverhill. 3 Eaton, Samuel was born 28 Sep 1764 in Haverhill. 4 Eaton, Hannah was born 16 Jul 1766 in Hopkinton Twp., Merrimack, New Hampshire. 5 Eaton, Jonathan was born 15 Dec 1768.

EATON, JONATHAN m JANE SARGENT b 1768 d ____ b 1773 d 1864

	 EATON, JOHN CLEMENTS

m LOUISA RICKER b 1793 d 1851 b 1800 d 1860

	 EATON, LOUISA RICKER

m ADAM LEONARD HARTZELL b 1835 d 1923 b 1827 d 1913

	 HARTZELL, JOHN EATON

m MARY JANE "MERRIE" ALFORD b 1862 d 1904 b 1866 d 1942

	 HARTZELL, MILDRED LOUISE

m PAUL REESE SWAN b 1903 d 1989 b 1903 d 1953

	 SWAN, PAUL REESE

m MILDRED LOUISE "MILLIE" HAMILTON b 1929 b 1930 d 1998

	 DEBORAH LEE "DEB" SWAN

PAUL REESE SWAN, III MARK HAMILTON SWAN

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Reverend Robert Clements, Sr.'s Timeline

1595
December 14, 1595
Leicestershire, England
December 14, 1595
Cossby, Leicestershire, England
December 14, 1595
Cosby, Leicestershire, England
December 14, 1595
England
December 14, 1595
Cosby, Leicestershire, England, Uk
December 14, 1595
Cossby, Leicestershire, England
1595
Cosby, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom
1615
1615
Age 19
Narborough, Leicestershire, England
1618
1618
Age 22
Narborough, Leicestershire, England, (Present UK)