Captain Anthony Eames 4,16
- Born: 1595-1600, Fordington St George, Dorest, Eng 16
- Christened: 9 Jan 1596, St. George, Fordington, Dorset, Eng
- Marriage (1): Anna James about 1663 in Massachusetts, USA
- Marriage (2): Margery Pierce in 1614-1616 in Fordington St George, Dorest, Eng
- Died: 6 Oct 1686, Hingham, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 17
The author's 9th Great-Grandfather
Anthony was In Charlestown, Massachusetts in 1634.
Margery, was admitted to the Charlestown church, 13 Septemb er 1635.
Anthony moved to Hingham in 1636 where he became a freeman.
Anthony assisted in laying out the boundary between the Massachusetts and Plymouth patents.
He was a lieutenant in the militia company, and eventuall y became its captain.
He was deputy to the General Court at Plymouth from 1653 t o 1661.
"Anthony and his wife Margery (Pierce) Eames had eight chil dren, all born in England: Anna, b. 1614; m. William Ford. Millicent, b. 1615; m. William Sprague. John, b. 1618. Mark, b. 1620; m. Elizabeth Andrews. Persis, b. 1621; m. Michael Pierce. Elizabeth, b. 1624; m. Edward Wilder. Justus, b. 1627; m. Mehitable Chillingsworth. Margery, b. 1630; m. John Jacob"
"The Anthony Eames Family Bibliography Ames, Agnes H., Ames Ancestry, Europe to Maine. "
Savage, James, Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settler s of New England, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1973, Vol. II, pp. 89-90.
Lincoln, George, History of Town of Hingham, Vol. II and Vol. III
Anthony married Anna James about 1663 in Massachusetts, USA.
Anthony next married Margery Pierce, daughter of John Pierce and Unknown, in 1614-1616 in Fordington St George, Dorest, Eng. (Margery Pierce was born in 1599 in Fordington St George, Dorest, Eng, christened on 30 Nov 1595 in Nayland, Suffolk, England, died on 31 Dec 1662 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA and was buried in 1653.)