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"John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America" Parley Pember including Anna, Sarah, Austin, Elisha, Esther and Louis



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  • Title "John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America" Parley Pember including Anna, Sarah, Austin, Elisha, Esther and Louis 
    Short Title "John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America" Parley Pember including Anna, Sarah, Austin, Elisha, Esther and Louis 
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    Linked to Sarah PEMBER 

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    • "John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America. "
      Compiled by Mrs. Celeste Pember Hazen.
      Page 147
      "John Pember, The History of the Pember Family in America. "
      Compiled by Mrs. Celeste Pember Hazen.
      Page 147
      87. Parley5 (Elisha S4, Andrew3, John2, Thomas1)
      b. Apr. 26, 1797, Ellington, Ct.
      d. Oct. 13, 1856, Willet, N. Y., Ae 59 yrs. 5 mos
      m. Butternuts, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1818, Abigail Covey, b. Butternuts. N. Y.,
      July 18, 1793, d. Sept. 6, 1856 Ae 63
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      ch (6)
      178. Anna b. Dec. 29, 1819 Otego
      -- Sarah b. Apr. 15, 1821 " d. Dec. 31, 1851, Willet, Ae 30
      179. Austin b. Oct. 20, 1824 "
      180. Elisha Sanford, b. Jan. 17, 1831 "
      -- Esther Lucena b. May 12, 1833 " d. Aug. 1, 1854. Willet, Ae 21
      181. Louis Philip b. Oct. 5, 1835, Willet

      "All children born in New York State." (From a photostat of the old
      Family Register sent by Parley's granddaughter, Mrs. Thomas.)
      At about the age of twenty, Parley emigrated to New York, to Butter-
      nuts on Butternut Creek; some of his mother's relatives were already living
      in that section of the state. He settled in Otsego Co., later in Cortland Co.,
      on a farm three miles southeast of the present Willet village, now occupied
      by a Mr. Clifford Tennant and conspiciuous for its maple sugar bush.
      Grandsons believe Parley always lived on this place. He was a Justice of
      the Peace of Willet.