Enos-2 Pembrook was the son of John-1 Pembrook (a sea-faring man* from England) and his wife (_).
PEMBROOK siblings: Unknown.
Enos married 1) Lucinda-6 Warner (1780-1815) of upstate NY in about 1800.
7 PEMBROOK children with wife 1) Lucinda-6 (Warner): Elihu/Enos, Thomas, Ursula, David, Mary Ann, Richard, and Celinda.
Lucinda died shortly after or during the birth of Celinda. See more about these children on Lucinda's memorial. ____________________
Enos married 2) Sophia Rice 1815, in NY after Lucinda died, and they had 3 children and moved westward.
3 Children of Enos and Sophia (Rice) Pembrook:
8. Enos Pembrook/PEMBROKE (1/15/1815-6/10/1855) born in Streator IL, died in Streator, LaSalle, IL; m. Martha Chew on 1/31/1841. [1850 Census for Ottawa, LaSalle, IL: E. Pembrook 35, Martha 25, and ...4 PEMBROOK children: Mary 7, John 5, Rebecca 3, Martha 9m.].
9.Calvin Park Pembrook B-1818 in KY; m. Nancy Ann Gorbett on 5/24/1840 in Ottawa, LaSalle, IL. ...5 PEMBROOK children: Salinda, William, Amelia, Calvin and Cornelia.
10. Jeremiah Rick Pembrook (1820-1902); m. 1) Rachel Sprague/Springer on 12/12/1841 in Ottawa, LaSalle, IL. Married 2) Rosa Densmore/Robinett. ...3 PEMBROOK children: Ursula, Amanda, and Laura. Moved to Mineapolis, MN . [1860 Census for Livingston, IL]. __________ Reference:
"History of LaSalle Co., Ill," p.155-265:
"Enos PEMBROKE, from New York, came to Alton in 1818, and from there to Ottawa, May 1st, 1825, and settled on S. 15, T. 33, R. 3; he died in 1832, his widow [2nd wife, Sophia Rice] surviving him. She kept a hotel at the foot of the bluff; was a Methodist, and Stephen R. Begg says, a leading sister in the church. She died in 1862.
"Their children were: David,* married Mary Reynolds, lived in Fall River from 1844 to 1870, now lives in Macoupin County, has 11 children; Ursula,* married Wm. Kessler, lived in South Ottawa; Richard,* died one year ago; Enos, married Miss Chew; Calvin, married Mary Gorbit, lived at Tiskilwa; Jeremiah, married Rachel Sprague, second wife, Rosa Densmore; Mary Ann,* married Horace Sprague, and died soon after."
*David, Ursula, Richard, and Mary Ann Pembrook were children of Lucinda Warner and her husband Enos Pembrook. ____________ "History of Macoupin County, Illinois," 1879 Biography of Enos Pembroke (sic):
"Mr. Pembroke (Elihu-3, Enos-2, John-1) was born in Ontario county, NY, April 27th, 1802...His father, Enos Pembrook was born in NY, and moved to the western part of that state, and settled there when it was almost a complete wilderness; he married Lucinda Warner and the third child of this marriage was Elihu Pembroke. He was raised in western NY and attended school mostly in Genesee County.
"His mother died [before January 25, 1818] and his father married again [Sophia Rice], and in 1818 the family emigrated to KY. They lived two years within three miles of Louisville, and in February 1820, came to Madison county, IL. His father bought ten acres of land where the main town of Alton is now built, where they lived three or four years, but found the location so sickly that they were compelled to remove elsewhere. At that day the Mississippi river opposite Alton was covered with a green scum like that which may now be seen on the surface of stagnant ponds and fever and ague prevailed to such an extent along the river banks that the settlers were obliged to remove. About 1825 or 1826, his father moved with the younger children to the vicinity of Ottawa, in LaSalle county...
"When he came to IL, in 1820, there was not a house in Jersey or Macoupin counties, and IL had been admitted as a state only two years. It was never expected at that time that the prairies would ever improve. He says that when his father came to IL an old hewed log-house and some cabins were the only signs of civilization which marked the site of the present city of Alton." __________ *Also from this biography: "John-1 Pembroke (sic) was an Englishman who emigrated to this country and settled near Schenectady, NY. He was a sea captain and was taken sick and died while making preparations for a voyage." __________ Source: "The History of Macoupin County, Illinois," 1879. __________ Source: "Pembroke (sic) Family Notes," by Soren Simonson, no date; online. NOTE: Some families spelled Pembrook as Pembroke. See E. Pembroke #65398613, in Texas. __________ Source: Fraya Weiss, 2011. __________ Research: Mary E. Warner, 2011.