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You can also refer to A Record of the Emigrant Thomas Emmons
Isaac 7 , Jonathan 6 , Jonathan 5 , Jonathan 4 , Samuel 3 , Obadiah 2 , Thomas 1 .

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[314] CHAUNCEY BRAINARD, (bro. of Sophronia)
lumberman, b. Brewerton, N. Y., 11 Oct., 1819; m. 10 March,
1841, Chloe Roxanna, dau. of Henry P. Wood and Harriet
Moody; b. South Deerfield, Mass., 10 Oct., 1820, d. Brewer-
ton, 23 Jan., 1897; he d. there, 6 June, 1882.

The year after his marriage, he purchased of his father,
by deed dated August 10, 1842, the old homestead, con-
sisting of 50 acres on Military lot No. 9, town of Cicero; also
by deed of September 21st of the same year, his father's
hotel property known as the 'upper hotel' in the village
of Brewerton. In 1850-52 he was a partner in the firm of
Kathan Hoyt & Co., in stocking and managing a steam saw
mill in Brewerton. In 1853 he removed to Antioch, 111.,
remaining for a short time, when he returned to Brewerton
and purchased lands near there in the towns of Hastings and
West Monroe, Oswego Co., upon which he resided until his
death in 1882. While a citizen of Oswego county, he was
largely engaged in the lumbering trade.

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[628] LEROY ALBERT EMMONS 9 , (Chauncey 8 ,
Isaac 7 , Jonathan 6 , Jonathan 5 , Jonathan 4 , Samuel 3 , Oba-
diah 2 , Thomas 1 .) laborer; s. of Chauncey B. Emmons and
Chloe R. Wood; b. Brewerton, N. Y., 6 March, 1842; m. 31
Jan., 1867, Mary E. Landers, who d. 25 Feb., 1868; m. 2d,
10 April, 1869, Madora A. Foster, b. 28 June, 1847, d. 16
Dec, 1888; he res. Brewerton, N. Y.

Mr. Emmons enlisted at Brewerton, Sept. 3, 1862, in
Co. H., 149th Regt. N. Y. S. Inf. Vols., Robert E. Hopkins,
Captain, and H. A. Barnum, Colonel. He was with his
regiment in nearly all of its engagements with the enemy,
and in its march under Gen. Sherman, from Chattanooga to
Savannah. At the battle of Chancellorville, a bullet clipped
a piece from his left ear, missing the jugular vein by an
eight of an inch. He was promoted a corporal, and was
color bearer on the return march from Savannah to Raleigh,
N. C. He was present at the final muster June 22nd, 1865.

See 149th New York Infantry

Children: by 2d wife. + 1073. i. Albert Leroy, b. 12 Oct. 1870. + 1074. ii. Mary Arvilla, " 10 June 1872. + 1075. iii. ClarETTa Adell, " 16 June 1874. + 1076. iv. Myrtle May, " 8 Aug. 1875. 1077. v. Linford Charles, " 16 Aug. 1877; Hastings, N. Y. ; unra. + 1078. vi. Rosa Belle, " 16 Oct. 1878. 1079. vii. Warren, " 30 June 1881; West Monroe, N. Y.

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Charles Linford Emmons

married Bertha Bell Shultz ( Daughter of Thomas Shultz and Melinda McGregory )
Rosa Belle Emmons    Born 11 March 1903 in Harrison, Michigan     Died 14 Feb 1970 in Coos Bay, Oregon
Maxine Emmons        Born 09 Feb 1919 in Eastside, Coos, Oregon
Roland Dale Emmons   Born 25 Oct 1905                             Died 1965
Rush Westly Emmons   Born 08 Feb 1908
Unamed		     Born 02 Jul 1914                             Died Same
Laverne Ralph Emmons Born 27 Dec 1916 in Marshfield, Coos, Oregon

Memory from Linda:
Bertha Belle Schultz, I think she was born in The Netherlands.  Mom said they spoke German at home in, 
I think, New York.  She said they had to quit during WWI because of prejudice and suspicion.  
Grandma had a brother name Jesse Schultz that lived in Bunker Hill.  Also we think there was one name 
Bert, he had a missing leg but he's just a vague memory for both Donna and

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Rosa Belle Emmons

married Hurley Monroe Collver  16 May 1921