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emerson family mass/wisconsin 1830-1900
Posted by: james emerson (ID *****9971) Date: March 13, 2012 at 13:18:04
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I am looking for any information on my family that may be available. I am a descendant of William Emerson, who was born in 1784 in Plymouth, New Hampshire. He married Betsey Brown in 1819 and moved to Newbury or Newburyport, Mass and lived there until his death in 1846. He had 4 sons:
Moses born in 1820 in New Hampshire
William born in 1824 in New Hampshire
Ebenezer orn in 1827 in New Hamsphire and died in 1847
John born in 1829 in Newburyport, Mass.
Moses was my great-great grandfather, who married Harriet Currier in 1845 in Mass. Moses then moved to Wisconsin around 1855. He had a son, John, who is my great grandfather. The family remained in Wisconsin until I moved to Colorado. I am interesting in finding out about Moses brothers that remained in Mass.I know John lived in mass and was on census records in 1900. I know nothering about William. I am also trying to find information on the death of Betsey Emerson. I know she lived with John in Mass, and was listed in the 1880 census in mass. I have a lot of family history knowledge back to the 1500's in England. If you can shed some light on my questions, please contact me. Thanks.


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