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|SAWYER, James Emery Cochran
SAWYER, James Emery Cochran 1 2 3 4 5
- Born: Abt 1842, prob. South Thomaston, Lincoln County, Maine
1860 US Census (Searsport, Waldo County, Maine). Repository: Ancestry. Surety: 4. Lists Emery Sawyer (age 42, b. ME), wife Margaret A. (age 44, b. ME) and children James E.C. (age 17, b. ME), Lucy G. (age 16, b. ME) and Sarah L. (age 14, b. ME), living in Searsport, Maine. Emery is listed as a "ship carpenter." James is listed as a "school teacher."
1850 US Census (South Thomaston, Lincoln County, Maine). Repository: Ancestry. Surety: 4. Lists Emery Sawyer (age 32, b. ME), wife Margaret A. (age 34, b. ME) and children James E.C. (age 7, b. ME), Lucy J. (age 6, b. ME) and Sarah L. (age 4, b. ME), living in South Thomaston, Maine. Emery is listed as a "colporteur."
American Civil War Soldiers. Surety: 4. Name: James E. C. Sawyer
Residence: Searsport, Maine
Enlistment Date: 15 June 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Maine
Unit Numbers: 1052 1052
Service Record: Enlisted as a Sergeant on 15 June 1861
Enlisted in Company I, 4th Infantry Regiment Maine on 15 June 1861.
Discharged Company I, 4th Infantry Regiment Maine on 21 July 1861
U.S. Civil War Pension Index (Maine). Surety: 4. James E.C. Sawyer
App. for Invalid Status: 12 Feb 1913
Cornish, Louis H., A National Register of the Society Sons of the American Revolution (New York, NY: 1902). Surety: 4. JAMES EMERY COCHRAN SAWYER, Syracuse, N. Y. (4874). Son of Emery and Margaret Augusta (Cochran) Sawyer; grandson of Abner and Lucy (Crary) Sawyer; great-grandson of Thomas and Olive (Priest) Sawyer; great2-grandson of Abner Sawyer, Lieutenant Seventh Worcester Regt; great2-grandson of Gabriel Priest, Corporal Mass. Militia; grandson of James and Jane (Moore) Cochran; great-grandson of James Cochran, Signer of Association Test; great2-grandson of John Cochran, Captain, Windham New Hampshire Militia; great-grandson of Hugh and Margaret (Nesmith) Moore; great2-grandson of James Nesmith, private New Hampshire Militia.