|bp. 18 March 1632/3||Romsey, Co Hamshire||[NEHGR 89:376-7]|
|d. 31 March 1687||[Savage 3:315]|
|m. 23 November 1648||Newbury Mass||[Savage 3:315]|
|b. 20 November 1599||Romsey, Co Hampshire||[NEHGR 89:376-7]|
[Savage 2:118-9] JE, Newbury, came in the James arriving 3 June 1635. Freeman 2 June 1641.
|d. bu 25 June 1627||Romsey, Co Hants||[NEHGR 89:376-7]|
[NEHGR 54:313-4] Argues for a Hugoenot descent of Anthony and John Emery. Jean Emerys was the first of the name in England and had fled from Langue in Champagne and settled in Southwood in Norfolk. Note the following three facts in support of the Huguenot descent: 1) John and Anthony lived in that area; 2) Jean and John are the same name and is prominent in the Emery family; and John and Anthony were sticklers for religious freedom as were the Huguenots (for example, they made friends with Quakers, etc).
Dewayne E. Perry
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