Family of Hannah Holman (18040) & Benjamin Beal
32540. Hannah Beal. Born ca 1706 in Braintree, MA.6 Hannah died aft 1773.6
Children of Edward and Hannah (Beale) Emerson, born at Boston:
i. Joseph Emerson, b. 13 Sep 1731, d. before 1769, unmarried;
ii. Hannah Emerson, bp. 10 Jun 1733, d. young;
iii. Benjamin Emerson, bp. 9 Jun 1734, d. young;
iv. Hannah Emerson, b. 5 Jan 1735/6; and
v. Edward Emerson, b. ca. 1738, d. 1769 at Boston, sea captain, m. at Boston 31 Aug 1763 Mary Lowell.6
On 13 Nov 1729 Hannah first married Edward Emerson (27373) , son of Dea. Edward Emerson (13603) (26 Apr 1670-9 May 1743) & Rebecca Waldo (28 Jan 1662-23 Apr 1752), in Braintree, MA.6 Born on 8 May 1702 in Chelmsford, MA.6 Edward died in 1740 in Boston, MA.6 Occupation: shopkeeper.
Edward left a large estate inventoried at £11,310.8.2. He received land in Lunenburg, MA, by conveyance from his father in 1729. He was chosen and sworn a Clerk of the Market, 1728; chosen as Constable, 1736, but paid fine; and chosen and sworn one of the Hogreeves in 1737. He was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co., 1729. Administration on the estate of Edward Emerson, Jr., late of Boston, shopkeeper, was granted, 5 Jun 1740 to Hannah Emerson, widow, and Timothy Emerson, merchant.6
On 3 Mar 1763 Hannah second married Thomas Cobb Esq in Boston, MA.6
Thomas, of Attleboro. From Suffolk County Deeds; Thomas Cobb and Hannah his wife of Taunton, MA, appointed Joseph Turell of Boston their attorney, 28 Aug 1773, reciting that Edward Emerson of Boston died leaving Hannah his widow (now the wife of Thomas Cobb), and also two sons Joseph and Edward, since which the said Joseph died leaving neither wife or child and after that the said Edward (the son), died leaving a widow.6
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