Here is little info I had. I also remember a artical in "The Maine Genealogist" a few months ago on the Simonton family will try find it.
Descendants of Thomas Jordan
Generation No. 1
1.THOMAS7 JORDAN(JEDEDIAH6, ROBERT5, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1701 in Kittery, York, Maine.He married ANNE SIMONTON 1736.
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Children of THOMAS JORDAN and ANNE SIMONTON are:
i. TIMOTHY8 JORDAN, b. 1739, Spurwink, now Cape Elizabeth, ME.; d. Abt. 1820; m. JANE HAGERTY, June 21, 1796; d. October 18, 1942.
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Burial: Bay View Cemetery, South Portland, ME.
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Marriage: June 21, 1796
ii. THOMAS JORDAN, b. 1744, Spurwink, now Cape Elizabeth, ME.; m. MARY HENDERSON, January 08, 1790, Cape Elizabeth,Maine; b. Abt. 1754.
Notes for THOMAS JORDAN:
Had no children
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Rev. War Vet.: Pvt. in Blaisdell's Co. also Wigglesworth's
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Marriage: January 08, 1790, Cape Elizabeth,Maine
Married by: Samuel Calef, Esq.
iii. SUSAN JORDAN, b. 1750; m. THOMAS SIMONTON, Fort Preble, Cape Elizabeth, now South Portland, ME..
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Marriage: Fort Preble, Cape Elizabeth, now South Portland, ME.
iv. ELIZABETH JORDAN, b. 1756, Cape Elizabeth Me.; d. October 03, 1835, Cape Elizabeth Me.; m. JOHN JORDAN, October 24, 1776, Cape Elizabeth Me.; b. 1744, Kittery, York, ME.; d. November 25, 1833, Cape Elizabeth,ME..
Notes for ELIZABETH JORDAN:
She # 3982 Jordan Memorial name as Betsey
Notes for JOHN JORDAN:
John his wife Elizabeth and two dau. Ann and Mary are buried small cemt. in
woods abt 300 yds from Spurwink Church to left house built 1980's by Mrs Chee.
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Marriage: October 24, 1776, Cape Elizabeth Me.
v. ABIGAIL JORDAN, b. February 04, 1760, Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland, ME.; d. January 27, 1838, Danville, Androscoggin, ME.; m. WILLIAM PLUMMER, March 02, 1785, Cape Elizabeth,Maine.
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Marriage: March 02, 1785, Cape Elizabeth,Maine
vi. SARAH JORDAN, b. 1762, Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland, ME.; m. JOHN MARR, November 17, 1779, Cape Elizabeth,Maine; b. 1752.
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Marriage: November 17, 1779, Cape Elizabeth,Maine
vii. ANN JORDAN, b. 1764, Cape Elizabeth, ME.; d. April 07, 1829, Lisbon, Androscoggin, ME.; m. EPHRAIM JORDAN, December 05, 1791, Cape Elizabeth, ME.; b. March 25, 1764, Cape Elizabeth, ME.; d. December 11, 1846, Lisbon, Androscoggin, ME..
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Marriage: December 05, 1791, Cape Elizabeth, ME.
Descendants of Andrew Simonton
Generation No. 1
1.ANDREW1 SIMONTONHe married ELIZABETH COBB.
Children of ANDREW SIMONTON and ELIZABETH COBB are:
i. CHRISTIANA2 SIMONTON, b. April 09, 1747, Cape Elizabeth, Me.; d. Ellsworth,Hancock,Maine; m. SOLOMON JORDAN, December 03, 1767, Cape Elizabeth, Me.; b. September 12, 1744, Cape Elizabeth, Me.; d. Ellsworth,Hancock,Maine.
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Marriage: December 03, 1767, Cape Elizabeth, Me.
ii. ELIZABETH SIMONTON, b. Abt. 1740; d. Abt. 1800, Steuben, ME.; m. HENRY DYER, December 08, 1762, Falmouth, Cumberland, ME.; b. Abt. 1741, Falmouth, ME.; d. October 19, 1800, Steuben, ME..
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Notes for HENRY DYER:
Henry was a "merchant, a shipbuilder, and a man of the highest character for integrity and ability;" his seven sons sustained the family reputation. During the Revolutionary War, Henry Dyer "rendered especially valuable and meritorious service." In 1775, "Henry Dyer, Township No. 4," was second Lieutenant in Captain Eleazer Crabtree's company, stationed at Frenchman's Bay. In 1777, he was captain of a company in Colonel Benjamin Foster's (6th Lincoln Co.) regiment, in service "at Machias when the British ships were in the harbor." In a Roll certified at Machias, October 6, 1778, "Captain --- Dyer, of the Marisheete" (vessel Merry Sheet), appeared in a "return of officers and men under Col. John Allan, Continental Agent and Commander-in-Chief of Eastern Department, stationed for the defence of Machias; said Dyer reported as having been a prisoner with the enemy and as having died since previous return was made." Henry Dyer may have been captured and held prisoner, but he was not dead -- since, in 1780, he was captain of a company of "Rangers ... raised in No. 4, Gouldsborough, Pleasant River, Frenchman's Bay and Narraguagus," under instructions of "Col. John Allan, commanding officer at Machias." Colonel John Allan's efforts were confined to the onerous task of "thwarting the schemes of the British, and keeping the Indians from the St. John to the Penobscot friendly and true to the American cause."
This same battle as someone in James T Avery's family was kiled in.
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Marriage: December 08, 1762, Falmouth, Cumberland, ME.