|John Peach||Alice Ester (perhaps)||John Devereux||Ann (Surname Unknown)|
|b. abt. 1610 in Symondsbury, Dorset England||b. abt. 1615 in England||abt. 1715 in England||b. abt. 1620 in England|
|d. 1692-1693 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. After Jan 1687/88 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. probate 20 May 1695 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. 26 Apr 1608 Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|William Peach||Emma Devereux|
|b. 8 Apr 1652 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||b. Dec 1657 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|d. 10 Jun 1713 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. 17 Apr 1737 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Marriage||Abt. 1675||William Peach to Emma Devereux in Marblehead|
|Children (Events in Marblehead Unless Stated Otherwise)|
|Thomas Peach b. 1681; m. 14 Dec 1704 Mary Cowes (Cowes, Coaze, etc.) (bp. 6 Sep 1684); eleven children: Hannah, Thomas, Mary, William, John, Elizabeth, Emma, William, Hannah, Joseph, and Sarah Peach; d. 9 Sep 1731|
|William Peach b. 20 Sep 1683; m. 4 Jan 1710/11 Sarah Elkins (b. 28 Feb 1869 in Lynn, d. 13 Oct 1752); six children: William, Sarah, Hannah, Thomas, John, and Samuel Peach; d. 13 Oct 1735|
|John Peach b. bef. 1687 m. 30 Nov 1700 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Sarah Stacey (b. 17 Jan 1683 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts) ; five children: Sarah, William, Alice, John, William Peach; Probate 28 Jun 1716; Sarah Stacey Peach m. 2) Aholiab Dimon|
|Hannah Peach b. bef. 1687 m. 1) 9 Jan 1710/11 John Calley/Cawley (d. Feb 1727/8); two children: Hannah and John Cawley; m. 2) 19 Feb 1728/29 Samuel Waters (d. 1730); after 1727|
William Peach and his sister Hannah were both our direct ancestors. Emma Devereux, her brother John, and her sister Hannah were all three our direct ancestors (and Hannah gave us two by her first and second husband). We know little about the lives of William and Emma apart from the vital statistics available. He died with a will that identified him as a mariner. Unfortunately, the will is missing. The house they built in 1691 was a "frame salt box with a central chimney." The house still stands on Marblehill Road in Marblehead, and at some time in its history was "Black Joe's Tavern."
All four of their children were baptized on 19 Jun 1687 when Emma was admitted to the church. Their four children gave them some thirty grandchildren.
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The research on this family is complete.
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