Frank --- I'm embarrassed that it took me so long to figure this one out, but I have the answer for you. This is Hannah (Wright) Perrin, who had married Jeremiah Perrin in August 1802 back in Connecticut. Emmeline and Evaline were indeed her spinster daughters.
Jeremiah (born in 1765) was the only surviving son of Thomas Perrin (1716-1789) by his second wife and "amiable consort," Betty (Williams) Perrin.
Because of the dates involved and confusion over multiple Thomases, some researchers have erroneously placed Jeremiah as a child of Thomas and Martha (Savery) Perrin. Instead, he was that Thomas's half brother.
Thus, Jeremiah was a year younger than his own nephew, Thomas Perrin IV (or VII, depending on how much credence one attaches to that English pedigree) who went to Canada.
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