son of John (Johanes) Emans and Teuntje Van Dyck
was baptized on January 29, 1743 in Readington, New Jersey. He
married Hannah Lane on November 4, 1768. Abraham served as a
private in the Revolution in the Hunterdon County Militia. He
removed in about 1787 to Sussex County, where he was one of
the early pioneers in the Hardwick Patent.
daughter of Harmon and Elizabeth Lane, was born on June 2,
1749. She died February 16, 1832 and is buried in Yellow Frame
Cemetery in Warren County, New Jersey. Abraham died on October
17, 1795 and is also buried at Yellow Frame Cemetery.
are James Emans, Harmon Lane Emans, Elizabeth Emans, Anna
Emans, Jacob Emans, Asher Emans, Alfred Emans, and Uriah