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Sarah Ann (Ennis) Emery (1813 - 1893)

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Sarah Ann "Sally" Emery formerly Ennis aka Ayres
Born in Walpack, Sussex, New Jersey, USAmap
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Daughter of and
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Wife of — married 29 Aug 1829 [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Towanda, Bradford, Pennsylvania, USAmap
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Biography

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Name

Name: Sarah (Sally) Ann /Ennis/
Given Name: Sarah (Sally) Ann
Surname: Ennis[1]

Note

Note: #N00229

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Ennis-206 created through the import of oscaralexanderennis.ged on Jul 14, 2012 by Rosina Lippi. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Rosina and others.
  • Source: S00146 Title: Cook County, Illinois, Marriages Index, 1871-1920

Notes

Note N00229
{\rtf1\ansi\ansicpg1252\cocoartf1138\cocoasubrtf320{\fonttbl\f0\fswiss\fcharset0 Helvetica;}{\colortbl;\red255\green255\blue255;}\pard\tx560\tx1120\tx1680\tx2240\tx2800\tx3360\tx3920\tx4480\tx5040\tx5600\tx6160\tx6720\pardirnatural \f0\fs24 \cf0 \par Sally apparently moved from Durrell to Asylum Twp soon after her husbands death. \par Bradford Co Deed records show the sale of land in Asylum Twp to Sarah Ann \par Emery of Asylum Twp by Ulyses Moody and wife Mary Ann on 5 Nov 1859. (Bk 8, \par p.87) Sarah appears on the Census of 1860 in Asylum Twp, not having remarried \par at that time. Five children are still at home, George, who worked as a day \par laborer, Francis, Adelia, Adell, and Elizabeth. Daughter Sarah was working as \par a seamstress in the household of Joshua Thompson, the Methodist Minister. A \par sale from Sarah Ann Emery to Elnathan Johnson of Asylum Twp land is recorded \par on 30 Nov 1863.(Bk 65,p.34) \par \par LEVI G. ARNOUT, farmer, P.O. Liberty Corners, was born March 6, 1832, in Monroe township, of this county, and is a son of Peter and Mary (Irvine) Arnout, natives of Northumberland county, who came to this county when they were young, and were of the pioneer settlers of Monroe township. The Arnouts are of Dutch extraction, and the Irvines of Scotch-Irish. The father, who was a wagon-maker, steeled in the forest and improved the place on which his son Levi resides, who was then but two years old. Levi G. Arnout was educated in the schools of his town, and attended the old academy at Towanda, afterward teaching school. He was married March 15, 1855 to Mary J. Emery, who was born December 10, 1831, the second in the family of twelve children of Jacob R. and Sarah Ann (Ennis) Emery. To Mr. And Mrs. Arnout have been born four children, as follows: Julia M., born November 24, 1858, wife of John Elliott; Cora M., born February 7, 1860; Eliza, born September 5, 1864, a teacher, bidding fair for a future literary career (she recently graduated at the Collegiate Institute, Towanda), and Jennie, born March 15, 1871. Mrs. Arnout died October 1, 1890, deeply mourned by her family and a wide circle of friends; she was a faithful member of the Methodist Episcopal church, for nearly forty years. Mr. Arnout is a Democrat, and has been justice of peace several terms, and school director many years. He has carried on an extensive lumbering business in connection with general farming, and at the present time owns a sawmill located on his farm which he successfully operates. \par History of Bradford County, Pennsylvania with Biographical Sketches \par \par By H. C. Bradsby, 1891}
Sally apparently moved from Durrell to Asylum Twp soon after her husbands death.
Bradford Co Deed records show the sale of land in Asylum Twp to Sarah Ann
Emery of Asylum Twp by Ulyses Moody and wife Mary Ann on 5 Nov 1859. (Bk 8,
p.87) Sarah appears on the Census of 1860 in Asylum Twp, not having remarried
at that time. Five children are still at home, George, who worked as a day
laborer, Francis, Adelia, Adell, and Elizabeth. Daughter Sarah was working as
a seamstress in the household of Joshua Thompson, the Methodist Minister. A
sale from Sarah Ann Emery to Elnathan Johnson of Asylum Twp land is recorded
on 30 Nov 1863.(Bk 65,p.34)
LEVI G. ARNOUT, farmer, P.O. Liberty Corners, was born March 6, 1832, in Monroe township, of this county, and is a son of Peter and Mary (Irvine) Arnout, natives of Northumberland county, who came to this county when they were young, and were of the pioneer settlers of Monroe township. The Arnouts are of Dutch extraction, and the Irvines of Scotch-Irish. The father, who was a wagon-maker, steeled in the forest and improved the place on which his son Levi resides, who was then but two years old. Levi G. Arnout was educated in the schools of his town, and attended the old academy at Towanda, afterward teaching school. He was married March 15, 1855 to Mary J. Emery, who was born December 10, 1831, the second in the family of twelve children of Jacob R. and Sarah Ann (Ennis) Emery. To Mr. And Mrs. Arnout have been born four children, as follows: Julia M., born November 24, 1858, wife of John Elliott; Cora M., born February 7, 1860; Eliza, born September 5, 1864, a teacher, bidding fair for a future literary career (she recently graduated at the Collegiate Institute, Towanda), and Jennie, born March 15, 1871. Mrs. Arnout died October 1, 1890, deeply mourned by her family and a wide circle of friends; she was a faithful member of the Methodist Episcopal church, for nearly forty years. Mr. Arnout is a Democrat, and has been justice of peace several terms, and school director many years. He has carried on an extensive lumbering business in connection with general farming, and at the present time owns a sawmill located on his farm which he successfully operates.
History of Bradford County, Pennsylvania with Biographical Sketches
By H. C. Bradsby, 1891
  1. Source: #S00146 Data: Text: Birth date: abt 1855 Birth place: Marriage date: 26 Nov 1885 Marriage place: Cook, Illinois Note: N00212




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