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Descendents of George Embleton (1776 - 1833)
and Margaret Davidson (1782 - 1836)

Second Immigrant Generation

50. Thomas Albert Embleton . Son of George Embleton & Elizabeth Twizell. Born 27 Sep 1846 in Harvey. Christen 25 Oct 1846 in Harvey By Rev. Daniel McCurdy. Died 12 Apr 1927.

    Thomas and Margaret lived at Dumfries.   They had at least fivechildren, three were christened in Harvey Presbyterian Church.

    From Thursday, Daily Telegraph, 25 Aug 1870:   "Married at residence of the bride's father, by Rev. Samuel Johnson, 16th Aug., Thomas Embleton, Harvey and Miss Margaret Arbuckle, Hanwell."

    Witnesses to marriage were Jane Embleton and Joseph Arbuckle.

    He married Margaret "Maggie" Arbuckle, daughter of William Arbuckle & Jane Martin, 16 Aug 1870 in York Co., NB, By Rev. Samuel Johnson . Born 20 Jun 1846 in Sunbury Co. Died 24 Dec 1915 in Dumfries.

     Obituary - Death of Mrs Thomas Embleton, 24 Dec 1915

     The death occurred at Dumfries on December 24th, of Mrs Thomas Embleton, aged 69 years.   The deceased had been ill for some months past and is survived by her husband, three sons:   Fred in Missouri, William of Dumfries and David of Ludlow, Me. and one daughter Mrs S. Hazelton, in Alberta.   The late Mrs Embleton was a native of Sunbury County and for many years seven sisters ruled seven households within seven miles along the St. John valley.   The funeral took place on Sunday, December 26th, Miss Blanche Ebbett playing the Dead March from Saul as the body was being taken out of the church at the Barony.

    They had the following children:

  198   i.   George Frederick "Fred" Embleton

  199   ii.   Elizabeth Twizel Embleton

  200   iii.   Emily "Emma" Chrozer Embleton

  201   iv.   William Arbuckle Embleton

  202   v.   Sarah Jane A. Embleton

  203   vi.   Thomas E. Embleton

  204   vii.   Robert W. Embleton

  205   viii.   David Robert Embleton

  206   ix.   Annie I. Embleton

51. Jane T. Embleton . Daughter of George Embleton & Elizabeth Twizell. Born 1848 in Harvey. Christen 27 Aug 1848 in Harvey By Rev. Daniel McCurdy. Died 6 Jan 1914.

    Jane and Robert lived at Barter Settlement, Charlotte Co.   The Saint Croix Courier lists the following:   At Barter Settlement, 5 Dec 1891, Elizabeth Ida Embleton Cleland, died 10 years 10 months.

    From Daily Telegraph, 19 Aug 1879:

   Married Milltown, 12th inst., by Rev. C. W. Dutcher, Robert Cleland, St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., and Miss Jane T. Embleton, Harvey, York Co.

    She married Robert Cleland, 12 Aug 1880 in Milltown, Char. Co. Born 18 May 1822. Died 28 May 1905. Buried in St. Stephen Rural Cemetery.

    (Death date on gravestone:   28 May 1904, age 84 Yrs.)    Robert had children from previous marriage or marriages.

    They had the following children:

  207   i.   Elizabeth Ida Embleton Cleland

  208   ii.   Robert Atcheson Cleland Jr.

52. Michael Embleton . Son of George Embleton & Elizabeth Twizell. Born 17 Sep 1851 in Harvey. Christen 25 Oct 1851 in St. Paul's Records. Died 10 Sep 1933. Buried in Rockland Cemetery, McAdam.

    Witnesses to marriage were Joseph Thomas and Margaret Embleton.

    Michael and Mary first lived at Wilmot, and had five children.   They later moved to McAdam.

    He married Mary Elizabeth Thomas, daughter of Alfred Thomas & Margaret Dundass, 20 Jul 1874 in York Co., NB By W. Stuart, Presbyterian . Born 18 Mar 1858 in Harvey, NB. Died 1923 in McAdam. Buried in Rockland Cemetery, McAdam.

    Copied from newspaper obituary (undated):

    Mrs Michael Embleton

    McAdam, Mar 24 -- Many friends throughout the town learned with regret of the death of Mrs Michael Embleton which occurred at her late residence on Sunday after an illness of several months at the age of 64 years.   Mrs Embleton had been a resident of McAdam for nearly twenty years and was held in the highest esteem.   Of retiring disposition, she devoted her life to her family but was always ready to assist in anything for the betterment of the community.   Besides her husband she leaves two daughters, Mrs Irving Moffatt, of St. Stephen, and Mrs Hockins, of Ontario, and three sons, Fred Embleton and Allan Embleton, of McAdam and George Embleton, of York Mills; two sisters, Mrs William Lister of McAdam, and Mrs Davis of Brockway and two brothers, Albert and Joseph Thomas, of St. Stephen.   The sincere sympathy of their many friends is extended to the bereaved ones.

    They had the following children:

  209   i.   Alfred "Fred" Embleton

  210   ii.   George Embleton

  211   iii.   Lemuel "Allan" Embleton

  212   iv.   Effie Lorena Embleton

  213   v.   Bessie Irene Embleton