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Name Samuel CLEMENTS
Birth 2 Nov 1677, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,88
Death 3 Oct 1754, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,88,91
Father John CLEMENTS (1653-1692)
Mother Elizabeth AYER (1652-~1699)
Marriage 11 Jul 1705, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,88,91
Spouse Ruth PEASLEE
Birth 25 Feb 1684/85, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,88,91
Death aft 1759, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts88
Father Dr. Joseph* PEASLEE (1646-1734)
Mother Ruth* BARNARD (1651-1723)
Children:
1 M Timothy CLEMENTS
Birth 2 Aug 1706, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
Death 2 Jan 1775, Orland, Hancock, Maine
Spouse Hannah FORD
Marriage 1 Apr 1728, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
2 F Ruth CLEMENTS
Birth 3 Mar 1708/09, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
Death 4 Feb 1740/41, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88
Spouse Abiel FOSTER
Marriage 11 Jul 1728, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88
3 F Hannah CLEMENTS
Birth 26 Mar 1710/11, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88
Death 23 Jul 1783, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88
Spouse Capt. Benjamin GALE
Marriage 20 Nov 1729, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
4 M Dea. Moses CLEMENTS
Birth 26 Mar 1713, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
Death Oct 1788, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts88
Spouse Phebe WILSON
Marriage 22 Oct 1734, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
5 F Sarah CLEMENTS
Birth 29 May 1715, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
Death bef 20 Oct 1752, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts88
Spouse Daniel PILSBURY
Marriage 1 Jan 1735/36, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88
6 F Susanna CLEMENTS
Birth 24 Apr 1718, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
Death 20 Jul 1809, Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts76,88
Spouse Dr. Stephen HUSE
Marriage 2 Jan 1734/3588
7 F Miriam CLEMENTS
Birth 16 Sep 1720, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
Death bef 2 Oct 1752, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts88
Spouse Joseph EAMES
Marriage 29 Nov 1739, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88
8 F Eleanor CLEMENTS
Birth 1 Apr 1723, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88
Death bef 1754, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts88
9 M Abner CLEMENTS
Birth 1 Apr 1723, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts91
10 M Samuel CLEMENTS
Birth 2 May 1730, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
Death 24 Dec 1803, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,88,91
Spouse Hannah GAGE
Marriage 13 Dec 1750, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts88
Notes for Samuel CLEMENTS
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SAMUEL,4 b. Nov. 2, 1677[Hv], m. July 11, 1705[Hv], RUTH3 PEASLEY (Joseph,2 Joseph1). He d. Oct. 3, 1754[Hv]; nine chil., rec. at Hv., b. 1706-30. [ref 36:97]
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Samuel Clement, s. John and Elizabeth (Ayers), Nov. 2, 1677. [ref 51]

Samuel Clement and Ruth Peasly, July 11, 1705. [ref 51]

Samuel Clement, h. Ruth (Peasly), Oct. 3, 1754. [ref 51]
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SAMUEL4 CLEMENTS (John3, Robert2, Robert1) and Elizabeth Ayer; born in Haverhill, Mass., 2 Nov. 1677, died there, 3 Oct. 1754. He married in Haverhill, 11 July 1705, Ruth Peasley, born in Haverhill, 25 Feb. 1684, died after 1759, daughter of Joseph and Ruth (Barnard) Peasley. Samuel4 Clements following the example of his grandfather became a cooper. As the eldest son of John3, who was the eldest son of Robert2 Clements, he received a double share of his father's property and a gift of land from his grandfather. When Jonathan3 Clements gave all his property to his brother Fawne, in his Will in 1712, he instructed him to give "as he Shall think fitt" to his father and mother, if alive, and to the children of his brother Robert and sister Hannah Crocket, but he made no mention of the children of his brother John. As Samuel Clements had rights in the property of Jonathan Clements, he must have acquired them, either by an unrecorded deed of purchase, or by inheritance from his grandfather Robert, who was to be given a share in Jonathan's property. He also obtained by purchase a considerable estate in Haverhill, the original property of his great-grandfather, Robert1 Clements. Children born in Haverhill: Timothy, Ruth, Hannah, Moses, Sarah, Susanna, Miriam, Eleanor, Samuel. [ref 88:104]

John Aselebee of Andover sells to Samuel Clement of Haverhill, cooper, certain land in Haverhill, in the East Meadow, which formerly belonged to Mr. Clement and fell to my wife, formerly Mary Osgood, the granddaughter of the abovesaid Mr. Clement, being given her in his Will; Mary Aslebee also signs the deed, 1 Mar. 1708-9 (Essex co deeds 47:259). [ref 88:104]

I, Samuel Clements of ye Town of Haverhill in ye County of Essex ... Cooper, for ... ye Sume of twenty poundes ... in hand received and Tenn poundes more Secured to be payd ... by my Cousin Jeremiah Clements of ye town of Boston in ye County of Suffolk in New England ffeltmaker ... do ... sell ... unto him ye sd Jeremiah Clements ... All & Singular my right Title property claim and demand .. to all ... such estate ... in ye Kingdom of England and in any other part of Great Brittain which I have any right unto fformerly belonging unto my honoured Grandfather and Grandmother Robert and Elizabeth Clements late of sd Haverhill deceased I esteemed ye Eldest son of John Clements late of sd Haverhill deceased lawfully begotten of his body so deputed And allso all my right ... to all ... my Uncle Jonathan Clements Estate late of Elizabeth Town in ye province of East Jersey deceased, And allso ... my right ... to any estate of land ... lying in Sd Town of Haverhill being my Sd grandfathers former right to ye ffourth Division land of ... Have hill ... In witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand and affixed my seal ... ye twelfth day of Janry ... 1716-7" (Essex co deeds 31:194). [ref 88:105]
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WILL of SAMUEL CLEMENTS, 2 Oct 1752 - 13 Jan 1755: Samuel Clements of Haverhill ... yeoman ... being advanced in years & weake of Body ... do make ... my last will & Testement.... Impris To Ruth my Dear & well beloved wife I give & bequeath the use and Improvement of the one half part of my now dwelling house with the priviledges belonging to the same to be at her Choice Dureing the Terme she shall Remaine my widow; and my will is; & I do order that my executors hereafter named to provide & keep for my said wife a good horse to ride to meeting & Elsewhere as she shall have occasion for Dureing said Terme & also to provide & keepe her Two good Cows bothe summer and winter Dureing sd Terme; & further my will is that my Executors ... shall provide & bring into her my said wife their mother all provisions as Meal; Meat; Drink; Firewood and all other necessaries of Life which may ... make her Life Comfortable ... and further I give & bequeath unto my said wife all my household goods & moveable Estate within Doors to be wholly & solely at her Dispose for Ever to her Children Grandchildren or others as she shall see Cause & further I do order my Executors ... to pay unto my said wife yearly & Every year dureing the Terme of her natureal life the sum of Two pounds thirteen shillings & four pence To be at her Disposel:--

Item To my son Timothy Clements I give & bequeath the sum of five pounds six shillings & Eight pence to be paid to him or his heirs within one year after my Decease by my Executors hereafter named which five pounds six shillings & Eight pence with what I gave him before I Estemate to be his full part & portion out of my Estate.

Item To my son Moses Clement I give & Bequeath the one half of my Homestead (Excepting the Buildings) both for quantity & quallity both for plowing pastureing mowing & woodland; & also the one half part of my great hill pasture for quantity & quallity; & the one half of my Right in the East meadow so called for quantity & quallity to him & his heirs for Ever, he as one of my Executors paying out the Legecies & fulfilling his part which I have ordered in this my last will & Testement.

Item To my son Samuel Clement I give & Bequeath the one half part of my Homestead for quantity and quallity both pastureing mowing plowland & woodland with the Buildings thereon after my wife has Done with her part; as also I give him the one half part of my Great hill pasture ... & one half part of my Right in the East meadow ... to him & his heirs forever; he also as one of my Executors paying out the Legecies & fulfilling his part which I have ordered in this my last will & Testement.

Item To my Daughter Hannah Gale or her heirs I give & Bequeath the sum of five pounds six shillings & Eight pence to be paid within Two years after my Decease ... which ... with what I have already given her is her portion out of my Estate.

Item To the Children of my Daughter Sarah Pilsberry Deceased I give &
bequeath the sum of five pounds six shillings & Eight pence to be
Equally Divided betwixt them & paid to Each of them their Equel part & share of said sum when they shall arrive at the age of Twenty one years ... which ... with what I have already given to my said Daughter Sarah Pilsberry is their full part out of my Estate.

Item To my Daughter Susanna Huse I give & bequeath the sum of five pounds six shillings & Eight pence to be paid to her or her heirs within two years after my decease ... which ... with what I have already given her is her part & portion out of my Estate.

Item To my Grandson Moses Ames, son of my Daughter Miriam Ames Deceased I give & bequeath the sum of four pounds ... when he shall arrive to the age of Twenty & one years.

Item To my Two Grandchildren; the Children of my Daughter Ruth Foster Deceased I give & Bequeath the sum of Four pounds ... when they shall arrive to the age of Twenty and one years.As to my stock of Chattles I give & Bequeath to my Two sons to wit Moses & Samuel to be Equally Divided --between them --And for my utensils for Husbandery and my Coopers Tooles I give them to my son Samuel....

And further as to any of my Estate which I have not Disposed off in this my last will and Testement which I may Dye seizd off or otherways I leave to be Equally Devided amongst all my Children as the law Directs. And I do hereby Constitute make & ordaine my Two sons to wit, Moses Clement & Samuel Clement sole Executors to this my Last will & Testement; And this is my last will & Testement; & no other & I do hereby Rattifie & Confirme the same in wittness whereoff I have hereunto sett my hand and affixed my seal this Second Day of October In the twenty Sixth year of his majesties Reign anno Domini: 1752
Samuel Clements (seal)

Signed Sealed published pronounced
& Declared by the Said Samuel Clement
to be his Last will & Testament in ye
presents of us ye subscribers
Cornelius Page
Ebenezer Gage
John Eaton

On the 8 Jan. 1755, Stephen Huse, Benjamin Gale, Nathan Baker, Daniel Pilsbury notify whom it may concern, that they have been notified that Moses Clements and Samuel Clements, Executors to the Will of Samuel Clements, intend to prove the will on 13 Jan. 1755.

13 Jan. 1755, Ruth Clements, widow, signifies to the Judge her acceptance of what her husband gave her in his last will.

An Inventory of the Estate of Mr. Samuel Clements Late of Haverhill Deceased taken by us the subscribers.

about 23 acres of Land ye Homestead with half the House half the barn 60-0-0
24 acres of Land at the Great Hill so caled 6-13-04
7 acres 1-2 at the East meadow so called 25-03-06
one pair of young oxen 5-05-0
two Cows 3-10-0 one heifer 18s all 4-08-0
five sheep 30 one Swine 12 all 2-02-0
one Chain 10 ironbar 6 an old gun 12 all 1-08-0
beatle Ring and Wedge 3, two old fork 2 all 0-05-0
horse Chains 5--hamer and pinchers 2 all 0-07-0
Cart boxes and -- s5 plowirons 8(---)all 1-03-0
one old Shave 1 one heading knife 3--both 0-04-0
two adds s4 one old trowel 1-6 both 0-05-6
two iron Potts one iron Kettle--all 0-18-0
four puter Dishes 24 one Doz puter plates 12 all 1-16-0
four puter basons 10 quartpot 2:8 all 0-12-8
pint pot and Six Spoons 0-03-4
tinn Wares 3. Earthen Wares 8--both 0-11-0
Knives and fork 6. Case and 3 bottles 6 all 0-12-0
Handirous 6 Woodenware 8--all 0-14-0
fire Shovel and tongs and tramel--all 0-08-0
bellows 2 book 18--all 1-00-0
an old puter Destill 12 0-12-0
nine Chairs 18. Great Chair 4--all 1-02-0
four tables 12 two old Chests of Drawers 16 1-08-0
Chests 6 Small tongs and Greadiron 2 all 0-08-0
one bed and furniture 8-00-00
another bed and furniture 5-05-00
a third bed and feathers 3-00-00
about 10 bushels of indian Corn 1-00-00
two Chests 0-10-00
200 Ib. of pork 2-08-10
flax in bundle 20 five Ib. Sheeps wool 6 1-06-00
two pair of Cotten and Lining Sheets 2-00-00
four pair of Lining Sheets 2-00-00
table Lining and one blanket 1-02-00
two Cow hides wt 95 Ib. at 2 pence 0-15-10
one Calf Skin 2 wolling whele 2 Lining whele 2 6-00
A Real Kittle & Chest 3 Washingiron 4 all 7-00
Greadirons, Grinstone 3--both 4-00
Nine Iron Harrow teeth 10-8

January ye 31th 1755
Moses Clements
Samuel Clements Jun.

John White
Ebenezeb Gage
John Eaton
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Notes for Ruth PEASLEE
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RUTH,3 b. Feb. 25, 1684-5[Hv]; m. July 11, 1705[Hv], (29) SAMUEL4 CLEMENT. [ref 36:282]
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Ruth Peasely, d. Joseph, jr. and Ruth (Barnard), Feb. 25, 1684. [ref 51]
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Ruth, born February 25, 1684, the sixth child of Joseph and Ruth (Barnard) Peaslee, married Samuel Clement July 11, 1705. Their children* were Timothy, Ruth, Hannah, Moses, Sarah, Susanna, Marian, Abner, and Samuel. Samuel Clement, the husband, died October 3, 1754. [ref 91:9,33]
*child omitted: Eleanor
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I Ruth Clement of about seventy four years of age testify & say that acoording to ye best of my Remembranc & Knowledge fifty seven or Eight years ago my Father Joseph peaslee had his Dwelling house and all his papers Consumed with fire & I well Remember that there was talk that he had met with Difficulty in getting new ones but what he did get anew I Cannot tell & further sayth not
Ruth (her mark) Clement

Haverhill June ye 4: 1759 (Province NH court files 29740)
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