The Mary Bracey (Brasey) who married John Treworgy was the daughter of William Bracey and Mary Marston and was born 26 June 1707.William left a Last Will and Testament, proved 28 August 1751, which mentioned his daughter, Mary Treworgy.Perhaps it may also mention grand-children that will provide a link for you.The Bracey's were of York, Maine.My concern is your birthdate for your Mary Bracey Treworgy which you show as 20 December 1782.Obviously, this CANNOT be the Mary Bracey who married John Treworgy, as this Mary was born 1707 and married in 1731 (per "The Daughters of the American Colonists") and her children with John were born before 1782.It appears that Mary Bracey Treworgy did re-marry a John Davis as her 2nd husband after John Treworgy's death in 1748 in Biddeford.And to confuse the issue more, it appears that Mary Bracey and John Treworgy's daughter, Mary, also married a John Davis, who is conjectured to be the SON of the mother Mary's second husband.I also do not believe that the daughter, Mary, could be your Mary either, as she married John Davis (the son) in 1753, again before your birthdate.Inaccuracies abound, and your information and connection could be "true", but that is what I have.As an aside, I show the children of Mary Bracey and John Treworgy as:
Daniel who married Betsy Townsend and moved to Union River (Ellsworth, Maine).They spelled the name TREWORTHY and both appear in the 1790 census.
Jacob who was born about 1731-32 who married a Catherine Libby in 1756.He was apparently lost on a trip from Union River to Boston at sea.
James born at Saco, Maine 1736.He married Mary Proctor in Saco in 1767, and was lost at sea before 1790.There is, apparently, a James Treworgy in Ellsworth who died in 1804 of burns, but my source indicates that this is not the same man.
Mark was born in Biddeford and removed to Union River with his brother, Daniel.
Spencer was born 19 February 1743 in Saco and was baptized in Saco on 19 Jun 1743.He marrried Judith Townsend on 21 September 1769, she being of Little Falls.Spencer was a Revolutionary soldier and was also lost at sea before 1790.His widow, Judith, married as her 2nd husband, John Stewart, and her 3rd husband, Ebenezer Jordan.
Mary was born in York County (either Biddeford or Saco) and married John Davis of Saco on 26 June 1753.This John Davis may have been the son of the John Davis who married Mary's mother, Mary.
The plot THICKENS.Good luch