Note: ay, 1777; and Colonel by July, 1778 (Archives of Maryland, vol. 16, Clements & Wright, and DAR Directory, pagew 297).
2. He took the Oath of Fidelity and Allegiance in Queen Anne's Couinty in 1778 (MD Hist. Soc. MS.1814)
3. Served as Standard Keeper (weights and measures) until Apr 28, 1779 (QA Co. Court Minutes)
4. Probably resided on Kent Island. Also owned "Ingleside" (known as "Hemsley") and part of the estate known as "Emory's Fortune" which had been bequeathed to him by his uncle John Emory who had died in 1761.
5. Bequeathed "Hemsley" and Emory's Fortune" to his son, John Wells Emory, as well as lands on Broad Creek, Kent Island, and in Kent County, to his wife, Ann, to be divided afterwards between his sons Perigrine, James and Theodore. He also bequeathed property to his daughter Margaret Sudler.
6. Revolutionary Patriots Of Kent and Queen Anne's Counties, Maryland by Henry C. Peden, Jr., Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD 21157 1995
7. Colonial Families and Thier Descendants, by One of the Oldest Graduates of ... By Mary Edwardine Bourke Emory
Note: 1. Second Major in 20th Battalion, Jan, 1776, Queen Anne's County; Lieutenant Colonel on 8 M
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