Sarah Ayres?1

F
     She married Thomas Hartshorn in 1661 at Reading, Massachusetts. Sarah died.

Child of Sarah Ayres? and Thomas Hartshorn

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A.

Thomas Hartshorne1

M, b. 30 October 1646
     Thomas died. Thomas was born on 30 October 1646 at Reading, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Thomas Hartshorn and Susanna Buck.

Citations

  1. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , p. 216.

John Hartshorne1

M, b. 6 May 1650
     John died. John was born on 6 May 1650 at Reading, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Thomas Hartshorn and Susanna Buck.

Citations

  1. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , p. 216.

Benjamin Hartshorne1

M, b. 18 April 1654
     Benjamin was born on 18 April 1654 at Reading, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Thomas Hartshorn and Susanna Buck. Benjamin died at Reading, Massachusetts.

Citations

  1. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , p. 216.

Jonathan Hartshorne1

M, b. 20 August 1656
     Jonathan died. Jonathan was born on 20 August 1656 at Reading, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Thomas Hartshorn and Susanna Buck.

Citations

  1. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , p. 216.

David Hartshorne1

M, b. 18 October 1657
     David died. David was born on 18 October 1657 at Reading, Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Hartshorn and Susanna Buck.

Citations

  1. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.

Susanna Hartshorne1

F, b. 2 March 1659
     Susanna died. Susanna was born on 2 March 1659 at Reading, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Hartshorn and Susanna Buck.

Citations

  1. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , p. 216.

Timothy Hartshorne1

M, b. 3 February 1661
     Timothy died. Timothy was born on 3 February 1661 at Reading, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Thomas Hartshorn and Sarah Ayres?

Citations

  1. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , p. 216.

Robert Emerson

M
     "Bishop's Stortford, county Herfordshire, is only seven miles from Great Dunmow. Robert was baptized at Great Dunmow or St. Michael's church Bishop's Stortford 25 October 1561. Robert may be identical with the Robert Emerson, of Bishop's Stortford, who married at that place Susan Crabb. He owned a field on the north border of the parish, called Muggles Dale or, earlier, Muffles Dane. He was called in his will a "Currier." Dr. Emerson says "curryer" and speculates that this may mean a currier of leather or a curier on the great post system. It may probably be derived from ecurier, a master of horse. His will proved 1621"
     
1.
Robert was born. He was the son of Thomas Emerson and Joan NN----. He married Susan Crabb on 24 November 1578 at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England. Robert died at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England. His body was interred on 6 January 1620 at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England.

Children of Robert Emerson and Susan Crabb

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Susan Crabb1

F
     She married Robert Emerson on 24 November 1578 at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England. Susan died.

Children of Susan Crabb and Robert Emerson

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Alice Emerson1

F
     Alice died. Alice was born at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England. She was the daughter of Robert Emerson and Susan Crabb.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Margaret Emerson1

F
     Margaret died. Margaret was born at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England. She was the daughter of Robert Emerson and Susan Crabb.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Anne Emerson1

F
     Anne died. Anne was born at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England. She was the daughter of Robert Emerson and Susan Crabb.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Robert Emerson1

M
     Robert was born at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England. He was the son of Robert Emerson and Susan Crabb. Robert died.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

John Emerson1

M
     John was born at Bishops Stratford, county Hertfordshire, England. He was the son of Robert Emerson and Susan Crabb. John died.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Thomas Emerson1,2

M
      "Thomas Emerson, resident of Great Dunnmow, Essex, England, seven miles from Bishop's Stortford. Probably son of Ralf of Foxton, who received arms in 1635. These arms appear on the grave stone of this Thomas Emerson's great/grandson, Nathaniel Emerson, who was baptized at Bishop's Stortford, 18 July 1630, and was buried in the Ipswich, Massachusetts, cemetery in 1712, identifying, with other records, the family in America with Ralf Emerson, of Foxton, England." 1 "He may be identical with Thomas, of Rumford, county Essex, whose administration was granted to Joan, his relict, in 1595."2 Thomas was born. He was the son of Radus Emerson and Isabell NN----. He married Joan NN---- before 1561. Thomas died.

Children of Thomas Emerson and Joan NN----

Citations

  1. [S327] Data Conerning Fam., Gamble, Thomas Jr.
  2. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Joan NN----1

F
     She married Thomas Emerson before 1561. Joan died.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Joan Emerson1

F
     Joan died. Joan was born. She was the daughter of Thomas Emerson and Joan NN----.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

John Emerson1

M
     John died. John was born. He was the son of Thomas Emerson and Joan NN----.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Radus Emerson

M
     "Radus Emerson was granted arms, in 1535, and described as of Foxton, county Durham.

The armorial bearings of Ralf Emerson of Foxton, in the bishopric of Durham, which were granted to him about the year 1535.
28 June 1897 Charles H. Athill, Richmond Herald of Arms, College of Arms, London.

Burke's General Armory says: The arems were granted to "Ralffe Emerson, esq., of Foxton, county Durham, temp. Henry VIII." No pedigree was registered therewith.

A Tauff Emerson of "Branspeth," who at one time seemed. Radus Emerson was also known as Ralf, Raffe, or Rauff. Radus died.

Child of Radus Emerson and Isabell NN----

Isabell NN----

F
     Isabell died.

Child of Isabell NN---- and Radus Emerson

Richard Clements1

M, b. circa 1570, d. circa July 1617
     The nationality of Richard Clements was English. Richard was born circa 1570 at Croft, county Leicestershire, England. He was the son of Robert Clements and Alice NN----. He married Agnes NN---- on 2 March 1595 at Cosby, county Leicestershire, England. Richard died circa July 1617 at Cosby, county Leicestershire, England.

Child of Richard Clements and Agnes NN----

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.

Agnes NN----1

F
     She married Richard Clements on 2 March 1595 at Cosby, county Leicestershire, England. Agnes died.

Child of Agnes NN---- and Richard Clements

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.

Robert Clements1

M, b. circa 1536, d. June 1606
     Robert Clements was bried at Croft, county Leicestershire, England 26 June 1606. He was the overseer of his father's will in 1571-2, and in that same year he paid a tax of five shillings as a resident of Croft. In the Duchy of Lancaster Court Rolls (1129:82), 7 October, 13 Elizabeth (1571), he is mentioned with others who "were presented for that, being suitors of the Court, they have made default." He was assoined, that is , excused from attendance. On the 24 March 1572, he was elected constable of Croft in the place of Richard Bent.

Robert Clements of Croft, county Leicestershire, left a will dated 25 May 1606. "In the name of God amen anno domini one thousand sixe hundred and sixe the fiue and Twentith daye of Maye. I Robert Clementes of Croft in the countie of Lecester yeoman haue made and ordeined this my last will and Testamente in manner and for me followinge Imprimis I give and bequeathe my soule into the hands of Almightie God trustinge that by the merites death and passion of my sauiour Jesus Christe I shall haue pardon and forgiuenesse of all my sinnes and my bodie to be interred into the earth after the manner of a Christian Item I give vnto Margaret my wiffe two Kye the one a brinded cowe and the other a browne cowe and her bedd shee lyeth in with the furniture thereto three Coffers in the same parler a Cubbarde and seaven peeces of pewter that she brought with her and Twentie poundes in money Item I give vnto Roger Clementes my sonne Thirtie poundes to be paid him with in one yeare after my decease Item I give vnto Alyce Robertes my daughter Janes daughter Tenne shillings to buye her a hatt Item I giue to all the rest of my daughter Janes children fortie shillings apeece to be paid within one yeare after my decease and to be put forward by my Executors for their vse and behoofe vntill the sonnes be of one and twentie yeares of age and the daughters Eighteene And if it happens that any of the said children doe decease before they come to the age of one and twentie and eighteen as aforesaid My will is that their partes shall equallie be diuided amongst the rest that are lyvinge Item I give to Alyce Johnson my daughter Isabeels daughter fortie shillings to be put forwardes for her vse and behoofe within one yeare after my decease and the said fortie shillinges to all the rest of my Childrens Children fortye shillinges apeece to be put forwardes for their vse within one yeare after my decease and the sonnes to haue their fortie shillings a peice and the use of it at one and twentie yeares of age and the daughters at eighteene And if it happen that any one or more of my Sonnes Children to decease before they come to age my will is that the rest of their brethrenn and Sisters shall haue their partes equallie diuided amongst them And whereas my sonne Robertes wife is nowe with Chield my will is that Chield which shee is now withall shall haue ffortie shillinges to be put forward as aforesaid Item I giue to my sonne Richards wiues two sonnes Three shillinges fower pence apeice Item I giue to my sonne John his wiues two sonnes Three shillinges fower pence a piece Item I giue vnto John Clementes of Layre the howse wherein he dwelleth with all and singular the appurtenaunces to him and his heires forever Item I giue vnto John Clementes my sonne all the interest I haue in Earle Shilton field and Towne and also the money that Richard and William Orton or one of them or their executores or administrators are to paie by their Covenaunts in a paire of Indentures at the tyme it is due I giue to my daughter Jane Cooke Twelue pence Item I giue to my sonne James Clementes twelve pence Item I giue to my maide Alyce Neale Tenne shillinges to be paid her at Michaelmasse next if I depart this life before to buye her a ewe and a lamb Item I giue to my sonne Robert Clements of Layre the third parte of all my goodes and Chattells within the Towne and fields of Crofte Item I give to all the poore people in Crofte seeuerallie to everye one of them a hoope of Corne and a two peny loafe. The nationality of Robert Clements was English. Robert was born circa 1536 at Croft, county Leicestershire, England. He was the son of Richard Clements and Elizabeth NN----. He married Alice NN---- circa 1562. He married Margaret NN---- after 1585. Robert died in June 1606 at Croft, county Leicestershire, England.

Child of Robert Clements

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.

Alice NN----1

F
     She married Robert Clements circa 1562. Alice died.

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.

Margaret NN----1

F
     Margaret died. She married Robert Clements after 1585.

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.

Richard Clements1

M
     Richard Clements of Croft, Leicestershire, England, to whom the ancestry of Robert Clements of Haverhill, Massachusetts, has been traced. The place of birth and parentage of Richard Clements are unknown, but his residence at Croft, in the year 1557, has been proved by records which show, that with John Smyth and William Kyng, he made an inventory of the estate of Thomas Crispe of Croft in that year. (Leicester wills, Bundle for 1554-1557)

From 1557 to 1671, the year of his death, his name together with that of his son-in-law, Robert Ives, frequently appears in the records of Croft. In the Duchy of Lancaster Court Rolls, the following reference is found. Shilton: View of Frank Pledge there holden, 15 October, 4 Elizabeth (1562), Croft; Tything men there robert Ives and Richard Clements. There are similar entries for 22 April 1563, 22 October 1564, and 26 April 1565. (Public Record Office, London, court Rolls, 119, No. 81.)

Richard Clements left a will, dated 3 February 1571, which was proved by the executrix, Elizabeth Clements, on 1 March 1571. In it he asks that his body be buried in the church yard of Croft; and bequeaths to the mother church of Lincoln, 2d; to the "poore mens boxe in Crafte church," 4d; to son Robert Clements a mare foal; to son Edward Clements, one ewe; to son Richard Clements, one heifer and six sheep, at the age of fourteen; to Jone, his wife's daughter, a brown heifer called "Lyllye" and 40s; to Mary, his daughter, a cow named Whitefoot; to Isabel Ives, his daughter, a calf. He makes Elizabeth his wife "whom I louve and trust aboue all other nexte vnto God," residuary legatee and executrix; his son Robert Clements, his overseer. Wit: John Gylsonne, Richard Reve, Michell Olyffe with others.

Richard Clements Will:

In the Name of God Amen the therde daye of ffebruarie in ye yeare of or lorde god 1571 I Rich' Clements of Crafte in ye countie of leicester husbandman beinge sicke in bodye of hole and p'fecte memorye doe ordayne and make my laste wyll and testaments in forme and man' followynge first I bequethe and take my sowle vnto almightie Jesu my onlye Saviore and redem' by whose p'cioves deathe and passion my full hope and truste is to be saued my bodye to be buryed in ye p'ishe churche yeard of Crafte/ It' I geve to the mother churche of lincoln ijd and to ye poore mens boxe in crafte churche iijd It' I geve to my sonne Roberte Clements my mare fole and to Edward my sonne j ewe/ It's I geve to Richard Clements my sonne j herefore and viij shepe to be Delyvered vnto hym at the age of xiijth yeares. It' I geve to Jone my wyfes dowghter a brown herfore called Lyllye and xis of monye It' I geve to Mary my dowghter on cowe named Whitefote It' I geve to Isabbell Ives my doughtr one of my yearelynge calves/ The Reste of all my other goods moveable and vnmoveable vnbequethed I geve to Eliz' my wyffe whom I louve and trust aboue all other nexte vnto God/ and make her my full and sole ecutrix she to se my bodye buried acordynge to custom and man' of holye Church to paye my detts and all other dewtyes and thinges to discharge The Ou'seer of this my wyll I make my sonne Roberte Clements Records to ye same John Gylsonne Richard Reve Michell Olyffe wth other moe'/ (Archdeaconry of Leicester, vol. for 1571, fo:84.)
Richard was born at England. He married Elizabeth NN---- before 1536. Richard died at Croft, county Leicestershire, England.

Children of Richard Clements and Elizabeth NN----

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.

Elizabeth NN----1

F
     She married Richard Clements before 1536. Elizabeth died.

Children of Elizabeth NN---- and Richard Clements

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.

Edward Clements1

M
     Edward was born at Croft, county Leicestershire, England. He was the son of Richard Clements and Elizabeth NN----. Edward died.

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.

Isabel Clements1

F
     Isabel was born at Croft, county Leicestershire, England. She was the daughter of Richard Clements and Elizabeth NN----. Isabel died.

Citations

  1. [S36] Clements, Robert, Clement, Percival W.