The son of Joseph Jr was Aaron Plumer (1693-1755). In 1728 some two years before moving there, Aaron Plumer received a land grant from the town of Scarborough, on the condition that he settle there. He arrived in 1730, and the area later came to be known as Plumer's Neck (now known as Winnock's Neck), but the name Plummer's Island remains at the end of Winnock's Neck:
Aaron's son Moses (1723-1798) was born in Rowley Mass, and migrated to Scarborough with his father, where he remained for the rest of his life. He married Mary Dyer of Scarborough.
Moses' son was Jesse Plummer (1754-1822) who moved from Scarborough and was the first in the family to move to Raymond. Jesse's son, William Plummer (1782-1828), had ten children in Raymond, and is the patriarch of the very large Plummer family remaining in Raymond today.
William Plummer IV (great grandson to William) (1870-1943) married to Georgia Anna Edwards of Raymond, and had two children: Hazel (who died at age four), and their only son, Elwin Herbert Plummer, who married my aunt Laura Clarke (after she had divorced Elwin's cousin Charlie). He and Laura ran the Plummer Farm in Raymond (pictured below).
|ELWIN HERBERT PLUMMER|
|LAURA MATILDA CLARKE-BICKFORD-PLUMMER|
|LAURA IN FRONT OF PLUMMER FARM|