Josephine Holcombe1

b. circa 1912
     Josephine Holcombe was born circa 1912 at OK.1 She was the daughter of William Martin Holcombe and Ava Ramona Day.1

Citations

  1. [S39] 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Richard Crane Skinner1

b. 4 February 1884, d. 28 October 1957
     Richard Crane Skinner was born on 4 February 1884 at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.1,2 He was the son of Charles W. Skinner and Georgia Adelle Crane.1 Richard Crane Skinner married Harriet Newsome.2 Richard Crane Skinner died on 28 October 1957 at Putney, VT, at age 73.2

Richard and Harriet were enumerated in the 1930 Winchester, Litchfield Co., CT, federal census. He was an insurance special agent, age 46, she ws 29. They had been married a year and there were no children in the household.

Citations

  1. [S35] 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S670] Barbara Skinner Bourn, "Zadock Cooley."

Annah Lenthal Ames1

b. 17 February 1764, d. 8 June 1826
     Annah Lenthal Ames was born on 17 February 1764.1 She married Daniel Griswold, son of John Griswold and Mary Ward, in January 1786.1 Annah Lenthal Ames died on 8 June 1826 at age 62.1

Children of Annah Lenthal Ames and Daniel Griswold

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold.
  2. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.

Waldo B. Gwynne1

b. circa 1838
     Waldo B. Gwynne was born circa 1838 at OH.1 He was the son of Thomas M. Gwynne and Evaline Buttles.1

Citations

  1. [S67] 1850 Federal Census,, On-line Database.

Lentha Griswold1

b. 3 November 1786, d. 9 September 1863
     Lentha Griswold was born on 3 November 1786 at Westfield, CT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames.1 Lentha Griswold married Amos Hulett on 13 July 1824.1 Lentha Griswold died on 9 September 1863 at age 76; childless.1 She was buried at Ascutneyville, VT.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.

Mary Griswold1

b. 28 June 1788, d. 15 May 1832
     Mary Griswold was born on 28 June 1788 at Westfield, CT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames.1 Mary Griswold married Levi Boynton on 26 January 1812.1 Mary Griswold died on 15 May 1832 at age 43.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.

Alexander J. Kasevich

b. circa 1910, d. 25 October 2008
     Alexander J. Kasevich was born circa 1910. He died on 25 October 2008 at North Broward Medical Center, Deerfield Beach, Broward Co., FL.

from the Hartford Courant online:

Alexander J. Kasevich, 98, of Deerfield Beach, FL and previously of Manchester, peacefully passed away at the North Broward Medical Center hospital, Saturday (October 25, 2008). Mr. Kasevich co-owned with his brothers, the Industrial Tool Company, Inc. in Hartford. He was a gifted tool and die specialist. Later, he became a supervisor for the United Tool and Die Company in West Hartford, working in the aerospace field until his retirement. Mr. Kasevich is predeceased by his four brothers: Stanley, Michael, Charles and Frank as well as one sister, Francis Butler. He was blessed to have loved and outlived two wives: Angela (Nellie) and Edith. He leaves to cherish his memory his son, Alexander M. Kasevich and his wife Savi of Fort Lauderdale, FL and a step granddaughter, Debbie Olson and husband Tom of North Dakota; a daughter, Elaine K. Holcombe and husband, Kirby of Oquossoc, ME and a granddaughter, Jennifer Holcombe Goan and husband Regan of Raymond, ME as well as several nieces and nephews. He was buried as Highland Memory Gardens in Apopka, FL on October 28, 2008.

Hannah Griswold1

b. 2 July 1790, d. 11 October 1872
     Hannah Griswold was born on 2 July 1790 at Springfield, Windsor Co., VT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames.1 Hannah Griswold married Enos Brown on 24 December 1812.1 Hannah Griswold died on 11 October 1872 at age 82.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.

Mark Skinner

b. 11 January 1888, d. 30 July 1982
     Mark Skinner was born on 11 January 1888 at CT.1 He was the son of Charles W. Skinner and Georgia Adelle Crane.2 Mark Skinner married Maybelle A. Gray on 16 June 1919 at West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.2 Mark Skinner married Helen E. Street.2 Mark Skinner died on 30 July 1982 at West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 94.1,2

Mark and Mabel were enumberated in the 1920 West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, federal census. He was an insurance underwriter, age 32, she was 23. They were living in Mabel's brother's household.

Maybelle was enumerated in the 1930 West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, federal census in the household of her mother, Louise B. Gray. Mark was not in the household. The only child listed was William, 9.

Child of Mark Skinner and Maybelle A. Gray

Citations

  1. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 042-01-9868.
  2. [S670] Barbara Skinner Bourn, "Zadock Cooley."

Lucy Griswold1

b. 28 February 1796, d. 30 August 1860
     Lucy Griswold was born on 28 February 1796 at Springfield, Windsor Co., VT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames.1 Lucy Griswold married Samuel Stimson on 24 December 1818.2 Lucy Griswold died on 30 August 1860 at age 64.1 She was buried at North Springfield, Windsor Co., VT.2

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.
  2. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 16.

Clinton W. Holcombe1

b. circa 1896
     Clinton W. Holcombe was born circa 1896 at NY.1 He was the son of NY Holcombe.1 Clinton W. Holcombe married Mildred Oathut circa 1921.1

Clinton and Mildred were enumerated in the 1930 Norwalk, Fairfield Co., CT, federal census. He was a shirt cutter age 33, she was 30. Children in the household were Clinton Jr. 6, Clifford 4, and Benjamin 1.

Children of Clinton W. Holcombe and Mildred Oathut

Citations

  1. [S388] 1930 Federal Census.

Martha Griswold1

b. 11 December 1797, d. 1 September 1858
     Martha Griswold was born on 11 December 1797 at Springfield, Windsor Co., VT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames.1 Martha Griswold married Russell Lockwood on 3 October 1820.2 Martha Griswold died on 1 September 1858 at age 60.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.
  2. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 16.

Horace Durfee1

d. 1860
     Horace Durfee married Rachel Loomis, daughter of Abijah Loomis and Margaret Rowe, on 28 October 1829.1 Horace Durfee died in 1860.1

Citations

  1. [S137] Elisha Scott Loomis, Joseph Loomis, page 301.

Lorenda Griswold1

b. 3 February 1802, d. 5 May 1866
     Lorenda Griswold was born on 3 February 1802 at Springfield, Windsor Co., VT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames.1 Lorenda Griswold married Lucius H. Cheney on 27 October 1824.2 Lorenda Griswold married Sylvanus Newhall on 14 November 1850.2 Lorenda Griswold died on 5 May 1866 at age 64.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.
  2. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 16.

Stephen N. Stoddard1

d. 12 February 1865
     Stephen N. Stoddard married Tryphena Loomis, daughter of Abijah Loomis and Margaret Rowe, on 10 June 1820;

Family records indicate a marriage date of 10 June 1820 while the Loomis Genealogy gives a date of 14 June 1820.1 Stephen N. Stoddard died on 12 February 1865.1

Citations

  1. [S137] Elisha Scott Loomis, Joseph Loomis, page 301.

Sarah Griswold1

b. 20 September 1804, d. 25 February 1863
     Sarah Griswold was born on 20 September 1804 at Springfield, Windsor Co., VT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames.1 Sarah Griswold married Charles Sherwin on 22 January 1830.2 Sarah Griswold died on 25 February 1863 at age 58.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.
  2. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 16.

Alfred Loomis1

b. 7 October 1810
     Alfred Loomis was born on 7 October 1810 at NY.1 He was the son of Abijah Loomis and Margaret Rowe.1

Citations

  1. [S137] Elisha Scott Loomis, Joseph Loomis, page 301.

Louisa Griswold1

b. 5 December 1807
     Louisa Griswold was born on 5 December 1807 at Springfield, Windsor Co., VT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames.1 Louisa Griswold married Abner Field on 16 February 1832.2

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.
  2. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 16.

Mary Chase1

b. 1 September 1800, d. 21 February 1869
     Mary Chase was born on 1 September 1800.1 She married Joel Griswold, son of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames, on 6 November 1821.1 Mary Chase died on 21 February 1869 at age 68.1 She was buried at North Springfield, Windsor Co., VT.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 15.

George Clark Crane

b. 9 November 1816, d. 1 February 1892
     George Clark Crane was born on 9 November 1816 at East Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.1 He married Almira Bradley, daughter of Ashbill Bradley and Lauria Cooley, on 28 November 1839 at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.1 George Clark Crane died on 1 February 1892 at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 75.1

Child of George Clark Crane and Almira Bradley

Citations

  1. [S670] Barbara Skinner Bourn, "Zadock Cooley."

Amelia Chandler1

b. 25 April 1798
     Amelia Chandler was born on 25 April 1798.1 She married Daniel Griswold, son of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames, on 1 December 1819.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 15.

Daniel Griswold1

b. 5 December 1762, d. 4 August 1836
     Daniel Griswold was born on 5 December 1762 at Meriden, New Haven Co., CT.1,2 He was the son of John Griswold and Mary Ward.1 Daniel Griswold married Annah Lenthal Ames in January 1786.2 Daniel Griswold died on 4 August 1836 at Springfield, Windsor Co., VT, at age 73.2

Daniel Griswold, or “Squire Griswold” as he was familiarly called, the father, grandfather, great and great-grandfather of most of us who are here assembled, was born at Meriden, Conn., December 5, 1762, and was the son of John and Mary (Ward) Griswold. John Griswold is said to have been a very pleasant and social man, and also an easy, and a strict compliance with truth, would compel us to say, a very indolent man. He was undoubtedly anticipating sometime in the future a “windfall” from his father, who is supposed to have been in good circumstances, but like many others, he was disappointed, for his father left his property to another son. John attempted by process of law to get the property from his brother, but did not succeed, and lost his own in the attempt. He was so unfortunate as to break both of his thighs at a raising, but instead of disabling him for life, it appears that his strong constitution carried him through remarkably well, for we find that afterwards when the Revolutionary war broke out, he enlisted under Gen. Israel Putnam. In August 1776, at a battle on Long Island he took cold, and died in a few weeks on York or New York Island. It is not certainly known whether he was taken prisoner or not. As usual in those days he left a large family of children, the youngest five years of age, Daniel the subject of our sketch, fourteen. Daniel was a healthy, robust boy, brimful of energy and perseverance, and he started out to battle with the world with a very small outfit, consisting simply of a light summer suit of clothes, including a pair of shoes which belonged to an older sister. He had a guardian whose name was William Curtin, whom people for some reason called “Old Hunks,” but who, notwithstanding the doubtful soubriquet, was a good friend to him. When sixteen years of age Daniel was employed by someone to enter the army, for which he received ten dollars per month in silver. He remained in the army nine months during which time he was at the skirmish at New Haven, Conn. A portion of the time he was stationed at Peekskill, N. Y., and most of the time was employed as a teamster, instead of serving in the ranks. After the death of his father, his mother married again, a man said to have been in “better circumstances” than her first husband, but is not known that Daniel reaped any advantage, pecuniary or otherwise from the marriage. At this time of his life, certain traits of character were exhibited, which later in life were developed more fully, and which ever made him a prominent man in the town and vicinity where he resided; his integrity and good judgment were proverbial, he was economical without being mean, add to these an untiring industry, a firm will, and considerable perseverance, and we have the probable cause of his apparent success in life. When a youth any employment, no matter how menial, was honorable to him, and it is said that when he ws twenty-one years of age he had accumulated the then large sum of one thousand dollars. When in the army he sold his rations of rum, instead of drinking them, then even hating the smell of it, but later in life the custom of using it on all occasions was so universal, even at weddings and funerals, that he yielded to it, and used liquor to a limited extent. August 24, 1784, he purchased his first land in Springfield of one John Gilmore of Rockingham. James Chittenden, grandfather of the present Daniel Chittenden, came up and cleared a portion of the land, built a log house upon it, and lived in it until February, 1790. Grandfather came from Connecticut and worked with him one or two seasons, bringing his provisions with him. Realizing that it was not best for man to be alone, in January, 1786, Grandfather gave his hand, where he had a long time before his heart, to Annah Lenthal Ames, who by occupation was a tailoress. His love, “at first sight,” began when he went to her to have a suit of clothes made. It is certainly reasonable to infer that she did her work thoroughly. In preparing for a settlement in Vermont he encountered so many obstacles, and suffered so many privations that he was nearly discouraged and about decided to sell out, or abandon the clearing, but Annah Lenthal wouldn’t listen to this, she had made up her mind to go to Vermont – and they went. In 1790 they started from Connecticut, with an ox team, and arrived here after a ten days’ journey, moved into their log house, which was situated a few rods west of the large brick house occupied so many years by “Uncle Joel.” IN 1793 a new framed house was built, the one in which Dea. J. M. Boynton now resides, which compares favorably with those of a more modern make. For all that is noble, true and worthy in their descendants, equal credit with Daniel should be given to Annah Lenthal, who was the daughter of Anthony Ames and Hannah Eells, and granddaughter upon her mother’s side, of Lemuel Eells and Hannah North, he a minister of the New Light faith, and she an English lady. Annah Lenthal was born February 17, 1764, at South Farms, Middletown, Conn., and was one of a family of ten children; her father, by occupation, was a ship carpenter, and died in 1817. A portion of the winter of 1807-8 he resided with Grandfather Griswold. He is said to have been a quiet and remarkably good man, and his wife, Annah Lenthal’s mother, was a very religious woman, perhaps somewhat exacting, who carried out to the letter, in her family, the spirit of the old Connecticut “Blue Laws.” Annah in many respects was much different from her mother. She was full of life and fun, and rebelled inwardly, if not outwardly, at the, as she thought, unnecessary restraints imposed upon her by her mother. She had, what most of her female descendants are possessed of, considerable pride, and a will of her own, so that whatever she determined to have done was generally accomplished. To the original purchase which Grandfather made, from time to time as his means permitted, he purchase more land, until he became one of the largest land owners in this vicinity; he was deemed a successful farmer and business man, his counsel and advice was very frequently sought after, and he was almost constantly occupying positions of honor and trust among his fellow men. From a hasty research of the records of this town, I find that he was highway surveyor in 1971, lister and tithingman in 1793, grand juror in 1794, fence viewer in 1796, nad selectman from 1798, for I don’t know how many years. From the same records I find that his sheep mark was a slit in the right ear. In their family relations and government grandfather and mother seem to have been well agreed, they were not over indulgent, neither did they impose burdens upon, or require more from their children than was reasonable. Each one, great and small had their allotted tasks; the boys, the usual chores and work about the farm; the girls, sewing, knitting, carding, spinning or weaving. All worked for a common interest. The thought of one parent, was the wish of the other.

In religion Grandfather was a Congregationalist, having been converted when about nineteen years of age, among the Separatists. Grandmother attended the Congregationalist church, but never united with any. She thought the Separatists altogether too worldly, and the Baptist, as a church, did not exist several years after they came to Vermont. There was however a Free-will Baptist Society which, for some reason, hardly met her views. After some years the Baptists formed a society and built the old Brick Church upon the hill, a part of which is now standing, having been converted into a dwelling house. This church the family attended, previously having attended the Congregational church at Springfield. Grandmother was a very firm opponent of the then quite general belief in “infant damnation.” She is said to have kept very careful oversight of her daughters, where they went, when they went and with whom, (which accounts for the somewhat remarkable row of sons-in-law).

Grandfather and Grandmother were very hospitable, their latch string was always out, and there table always spread for the guest or stranger. The very generous treatment of their friends, and the addition of eight healthy, hearty, handsome, buxom girls couldn’t fail even in this then sparsely settled community to gather in, not only their neighbors, but young men and maidens for miles around to spend an afternoon or evening. While card playing was not permitted, and dancing not looked upon with favor, still they were not without amusements. Vocal and instrumental music was much indulged in; nearly all could sing. The father could play the fife, Joel the clarinet and hautboy, and Daniel the clarinet. Both Joel and Daniel belonged to the band, and so they had music to their hearts’ content. And after these many years for us to look back upon it, with that then unbroken circle of girls and boys, it seems as though it could have been for all but little short of perfect happiness. Of the children Lentha and Mary were born in Middletown, Conn., Hannah and Joel in the log house, the others in the new frame house. Grandfather and Grandmother lived together some forty years, suffered many inconveniences, endured many privations, and experienced much joy and sorrow. Evenly and happily they jogged along together, fitly mated. Both lived to see their children arrive at manhood and womanhood, and at one time during Grandfather’s life all were settled in the immediate vicinity of the old homestead, so that he could visit all upon the same day. Sometime after the death of Grandmother, Grandfather married Mrs. Abigail (Davis) Woodbury, who survived him.

But what a change; but one child of all those children left, and grandchildren are now old men and women, and gray hairs are thick in the heads of great-grandchildren, and every now and then one and another are dropping by the wayside. The ranks are breaking, occasionally a little raw recruit joins us, or some girl or boy steps out by the wayside and draws in a mate to walk beside them. Many have made their homes in the great West, noble men and women, who bear themselves worthily of their ancestry. Would they were with us to-day, in this Griswold wood lot, at this table, to partake of this cheer, to join in our festivities, to laugh with the mirthful, to sympathize with the sad, and aid us in keeping alive the memories of the many noble and true friends who have gone before us, and to knit in closer bonds of friendship the many who are living. And as time goes on, let us imitate the example of perfect soldiers, who when one drops from the ranks, the others step up closer, to fill up the gap, that they may feel the sympathetic “shoulder touch,” and present an unbroken and united band; so as our numbers here in New England grow less, let the survivors close up together, so that as the Griswold family we may show to the world, one of the strangest of all earthly sights, a band of happy and united relatives.2

Children of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames

Citations

  1. [S116] Esther Griswold French and Robert Lewis French, Griswold, page 79.
  2. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold.
  3. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 14.

Martha Wells1

     Martha Wells married Russell Lockwood in 1860.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 16.

Mrs. Mary White1

     Mrs. Mary White married Sylvanus Newhall after 5 May 1866.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 16.

Emily Holcombe1

b. circa 1847
     Emily Holcombe was born circa 1847 at OH.1 She was the daughter of Elijah P. Holcombe and Hannah Deckard.1

Citations

  1. [S67] 1850 Federal Census,, On-line Database.

John Martin R. Holcombe1

b. 1829, d. April 1856
     John Martin R. Holcombe was born in 1829 at Gallia Co., OH.1 He was the son of Mansley Holcombe and Lucy Rupe.1 John Martin R. Holcombe married Evaline Dawson on 6 September 1849 at Gallia Co., OH.1 John Martin R. Holcombe died in April 1856 at Gallia Co., OH.1

John M. R. and Evaline were enumerated in the 1850 Huntington, Gallia Co., OH, federal census. He was a farmer, age 21, she was 18. There were no children in the household.

John was killed in a mill explosion along with two other half-brothers.1

After Thomas and Evaline married, they moved their family to Franklin Township, Ross County, Ohio, then to Scott, Illinois by 1880.1 However, Thomas and Evaline were still in Huntington, Gallia Co., OH, when they were enumerated in the 1860 census. He was a farmer age 26, she was 26. Children in the household were Nancy J. 2, John J. Holcombe 7, and Mary Holcombe 5. Thomas and Evangeline were enumerated in the 1870 Franklin, Ross Co., OH, federal census. He was a farmhand, age 39, she was 37. Children in the household were John J. 17, Mary L. 15, Nancy J. 12, James O. 10, William R. 7, Sarah E. 5, and Jacob 1. Thomas and Evaline were enumerated in the 1880 Scott Co., IL, federal census. He was a farmer. Children in the household were William 19, Sarah 14, Jacob 12, Maud 8, and Emma 5.

Gallia County Probate records: Vol. 28:440, 441, dated 14 April 1856; Civil Journal Vol. 1, p. 180 dated May 1856; Civil Journal Vol. 1, p. 187 dated 31 July 1856; Civil Journal Vol. 1, p. 236 dated 2 Jan 1858 appointed Thomas Clark guardian of John J. Holcomb, aged 5 years, and Mary L. Holcomb, aged 2 years, minor children of John M. R. Holcomb.

Child of John Martin R. Holcombe and Evaline Dawson

Citations

  1. [S674] Julia Bordona, "DAR 86774."

Rosetta Holcombe1

b. circa 1848
     Rosetta Holcombe was born circa 1848 at OH.1 She was the daughter of Elijah P. Holcombe and Hannah Deckard.1

Citations

  1. [S67] 1850 Federal Census,, On-line Database.

William Martin Holcombe1

b. 20 November 1878, d. 12 June 1962
     William Martin Holcombe was born on 20 November 1878 at Washington Twp., Republic Co., KS.1 He was the son of John Jefferson Holcombe and Harriett Brown.1 William Martin Holcombe married Ava Ramona Day on 26 May 1907.1 William Martin Holcombe died on 12 June 1962 at Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA, at age 83.1 He was buried at Sacramento Memorial Lawn, Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA.1

William and Ava were enumerated in the 1910 Talihina, Le Flore Co., OK, federal census. He was 30, she was 21. The only child in the household was Violet 1 year 10 months.

William M. and Ava R. were enumerated in the 1920 Mott, Siskiyou Co., CA, federal census. He was a railroad shop machinist age 41, she was 30. Children in the household were Violet 11, and Josephine 7.

William M. and Ava R. were enumerated in the 1930 Mott, Siskiyou Co., CA, federal census. He was a tool room attendant in a railway shop, age 50, she was 40. Children in the household were Josephine 17, and Ruth 7.

Children of William Martin Holcombe and Ava Ramona Day

Citations

  1. [S674] Julia Bordona, "DAR 86774."
  2. [S39] 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Sarah Rising1

b. 15 November 1685
     Sarah Rising was born on 15 November 1685 at probably Suffield, Hartford Co., CT.1 She married Samuel Hall probably 1708.1

Child of Sarah Rising and Samuel Hall

Citations

  1. [S624] Jane Belcher, "Samuel Hall."

John Henry Fouts1

b. 7 March 1900, d. 7 February 1956
     John Henry Fouts was also known as Jack Fouts.1 He was born on 7 March 1900 at Greenview, Siskiyou Co., CA.1 He married Violet May Holcombe, daughter of William Martin Holcombe and Ava Ramona Day, on 13 April 1927 at Dunsmuir, Siskiyou Co., CA.1 John Henry Fouts died on 7 February 1956 at San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA, at age 55.1

Citations

  1. [S674] Julia Bordona, "DAR 86774."

Nellie Penolope Parks1

b. 13 September 1791, d. 7 March 1859
     Nellie Penolope Parks was born on 13 September 1791 at VT.1 She married Anson Griswold, son of Samuel Griswold and Lucretia Abell, on 2 January 1814 at Orwell, Addison Co., VT.1 Nellie Penolope Parks died on 7 March 1859 at age 67.1

Child of Nellie Penolope Parks and Anson Griswold

Citations

  1. [S377] Coralee Griswold Griswold 6 & 7 Vol 1, page 258.

Margaret Isaacs1

b. December 1832
     Margaret Isaacs was born in December 1832.1 She married Willard Flagg Griswold, son of Anson Griswold and Nellie Penolope Parks, in 1862.1

Children of Margaret Isaacs and Willard Flagg Griswold

Citations

  1. [S675] Elizabeth Margaret Waters Vilas, Van Gelder.

Daniel Loomis1

b. 7 June 1813
     Daniel Loomis was born on 7 June 1813 at NY.1 He was the son of Abijah Loomis and Margaret Rowe.1

Family papers give a birth date of 7 June 1813, while the Loomis Genealogy shows 1 June 1812.

Citations

  1. [S137] Elisha Scott Loomis, Joseph Loomis, page 301.

Sarah Adelaide Griswold1

b. June 1863, d. 1947
     Sarah Adelaide Griswold was born in June 1863 at NY.1 She was the daughter of Willard Flagg Griswold and Margaret Isaacs.1 Sarah Adelaide Griswold married Frederick Waters.1 Sarah Adelaide Griswold married Richard Marvin Chapman in 1910.1 Sarah Adelaide Griswold died in 1947.1

Children of Sarah Adelaide Griswold and Frederick Waters

Citations

  1. [S675] Elizabeth Margaret Waters Vilas, Van Gelder.
  2. [S35] 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Elizabeth Isaacs Griswold1

b. 1868, d. 1951
     Elizabeth Isaacs Griswold was born in 1868.1 She was the daughter of Willard Flagg Griswold and Margaret Isaacs.1 Elizabeth Isaacs Griswold died in 1951.1

Citations

  1. [S675] Elizabeth Margaret Waters Vilas, Van Gelder.

John Griswold1

b. 6 March 1725/26, d. 1776
     John Griswold was born on 6 March 1725/26 at Killingworth, Middlesex Co., CT.1 He was the son of Joseph Griswold and Temperance Lay.1 John Griswold married Mary Ward on 13 January 1748 at Killingworth, Middlesex Co., CT.1 John Griswold died in 1776.1

Child of John Griswold and Mary Ward

Citations

  1. [S116] Esther Griswold French and Robert Lewis French, Griswold, page 79.

Elizabeth Margaret Waters1

b. 1892
     Elizabeth Margaret Waters was born in 1892 at NY.1,2 She was the daughter of Frederick Waters and Sarah Adelaide Griswold.1 Elizabeth Margaret Waters married Homer Albon Vilas in 1916.

H. A. and Elizabeth were enumerated in the 1920 Montclair, Essex Co., NJ, federal census. He was a bond broker, age 28, she was 27. The only child in the household was Richard W.

Citations

  1. [S35] 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S675] Elizabeth Margaret Waters Vilas, Van Gelder.

Amaziah Fuller1

d. before 2 December 1826
     Amaziah Fuller married Lucy Rupe on 25 January 1824.1 Amaziah Fuller died before 2 December 1826.1

Citations

  1. [S674] Julia Bordona, "DAR 86774."

Genevieve Cloutier1

     Genevieve Cloutier married Joseph Guyon, son of Jean Guyon and Elisabeth Couillard, on 29 January 1674.1

Child of Genevieve Cloutier and Joseph Guyon

Citations

  1. [S651] Wargs: Hillary Clinton, online http://www.wargs.com/political/rodham.html

Benjamin Woodruff1

     Benjamin Woodruff married Lucy Rupe on 21 December 1833 at Gallia Co., OH.1

Citations

  1. [S674] Julia Bordona, "DAR 86774."

Elisabeth Couillard1

b. 1631, d. 1704
     Elisabeth Couillard was born in 1631. She married Jean Guyon on 27 November 1645 at Québec, Canada.1 Elisabeth Couillard died in 1704.

Children of Elisabeth Couillard and Jean Guyon

Citations

  1. [S651] Wargs: Hillary Clinton, online http://www.wargs.com/political/rodham.html

John Jefferson Holcombe1

b. 4 October 1854, d. 14 March 1938
     John Jefferson Holcombe was born on 4 October 1854 at Gallipolis Twp., Gallia Co., OH.1 He was the son of John Martin R. Holcombe and Evaline Dawson.1 John Jefferson Holcombe married Harriett Brown on 3 March 1877.1 John Jefferson Holcombe married Mary Brame Tutt between 1907 and 1910.1 John Jefferson Holcombe married Dory Florence Williams between 1921 and 1923.1 John Jefferson Holcombe died on 14 March 1938 at Heavener, LeFlore Co., OK, at age 83.1 He was buried at Mill Creek Cemetery, Sevier Co., AR.1

Children of John Jefferson Holcombe and Harriett Brown

Citations

  1. [S674] Julia Bordona, "DAR 86774."
  2. [S738] Jim Ottmer, "Franklin Levi Camp," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 31 August 1947.

Genevieve Guyon1

b. 24 May 1665, d. 2 May 1734
     Genevieve Guyon was born on 24 May 1665 at Quebec, Quebec Province, Canada.1 She was the daughter of Jean Guyon and Elisabeth Couillard.1 Genevieve Guyon married Nicolas Doyon on 8 January 1690 at Chateau-Richer, Quebec Province, Canada.1 Genevieve Guyon died on 2 May 1734 at Quebec, Quebec Province, Canada, at age 68.1

Child of Genevieve Guyon and Nicolas Doyon

Citations

  1. [S651] Wargs: Hillary Clinton, online http://www.wargs.com/political/rodham.html

Charles Sherwin1

b. 22 September 1796, d. 21 October 1862
     Charles Sherwin was born on 22 September 1796 at Townsend, Middlesex Co., MA.1 He married Sarah Griswold, daughter of Daniel Griswold and Annah Lenthal Ames, on 22 January 1830.1 Charles Sherwin died on 21 October 1862 at age 66.1

Citations

  1. [S673] Unknown author, Daniel Griswold, page 16.