THOMAS PEMBERTON was born in London, 1750. He came to this country with General Burgoyne and General Howe in 1775, as a British officer. I would like information between the years 1775 and 1780. He married MARY KELLOGG in Suffield, Connecticut, circa 1780. They had the following 10 children:
THOMAS PEMBERTON, b 14May1781, Suffield, CT, was a sea captain;
MARTIN PEMBERTON, b 5July1783 Suffield, CT, enlisted in Calvary regiment, commanded by Capt. Pike, War of 1812;
HENRIETTA PEMBERTON, b Dec1785, Suffield, CT; married JAMES DUNLAP, Suffield, CT; moved to Paint (could be Paine), OH;
MULHARD PEMBERTON, b 15Apr1789, Suffield, CT
ELIZABETH PEMBERTON, b. 1799, Suffield, CT; married JAMES MIDDLETON, Elmira, NY; moved 1829 to Paint (could be Paine), OH;
ISABELLA PEMBERTON, b. 1797, married RIDDLE;
RICHARD PEMBERTON, b. 1793; married DASCHE WATTLES, in Sheshequin, PA; moved to LaPere County, Michigan
MARY (POLLY) PEMBERTON, b. May 1788, Suffield, CT; d. 5 Nov 1871, Great Valley, NY; married in Suffield, CT, to ALFRED GRANGER, who d. 15Jan1836 Leon Center, NY; had resided in Sheshequin PA, Elmira NY, Dunkirk NY, Leon Center NY;
RUSSELL PEMBERTON, b. 1791, Suffield, CT; d. Cincinnati, OH; married HULDAH CARNEY in Sheshequin, PA 28Nov1816;
ARDEN PEMBERTON, of whom I am descended, b. 1800 Elmira, NY; d. 1862 Great Valley, NY; married in Little Valley, NY, 1836 to CLARISSA CURRIN, b. 1811 Oneida County, NY;
I would also like to know about my following ancestors:
NELSON RICKARDS, b. Mary 6, 1805, Cortland County, Massachusetts.
ROXANNA TALBOT, b. March 20, 1808, Vermont.
THOMAS EUGUENE SHEEHAN, b. 1846, County Clare, Ireland, and his wife, MARY RILEY, b. 1856, Mayo County, Ireland. I would like any information about the Sheehan families and Riley families in Ireland, as related to Thomas Eugene Sheehan and Mary Riley.
I am especially interested in information regarding THOMAS PEMBERTON. I have had geneology researchers in England try to research him, but to no avail. I would appreciate any information regarding any of my ancestors.