Marion Holcombe1

b. circa 1809
     Marion Holcombe was also known as Mary Holcombe. She was born circa 1809 at CT.1 She was the daughter of CT Holcombe.1 Marion Holcombe married Orren Dickinson.1

Child of Marion Holcombe and Orren Dickinson

Citations

  1. [S67] 1850 Federal Census, unknown repository address, On-line.

Ella Francis Fuller

     Ella Francis Fuller married Elias H. Dickinson, son of Orren Dickinson and Marion Holcombe, on 14 June 1867.

Horace Moore1

b. circa 1854
     Horace Moore was born circa 1854.1 He was the son of Selden W. Moore and Mary A. (?)1

Citations

  1. [S33] 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Rebecca Olmsted1

b. 12 March 1647/48
     Rebecca Olmsted was born on 12 March 1647/48.1 She was the daughter of Capt. Nicholas Olmsted and Sarah Loomis.1

Citations

  1. [S140] LLD Elias Loomis Loomis Female Branches, page 15.

Alexander Turner

     Alexander Turner married Cornelia Holcombe, daughter of Chandler Holcombe and Juliett Moore, on 27 October 1869.

Child of Alexander Turner and Cornelia Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S362] 1880 Federal Census,.

Hannah Mix1

     Hannah Mix married Thomas Olmsted, son of Capt. Nicholas Olmsted and Sarah Loomis, on 25 June 1691.1

Citations

  1. [S140] LLD Elias Loomis Loomis Female Branches, page 15.

Merton Holcombe1

b. September 1858
     Merton Holcombe was also known as Myrtle Holcombe. He was born in September 1858 at CT.1 He was the son of Stebbins Holcombe and Ellen T. (?)1 Merton Holcombe married Carrie (?)

Children of Merton Holcombe and Carrie (?)

Citations

  1. [S35] 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Lucy Maria (?)1

b. say 1826
     Lucy Maria (?) was born say 1826.1 She married Marcus Holcombe, son of CT Holcombe, say 1847.1

Children of Lucy Maria (?) and Marcus Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S284] Courant, 27 January 1916.

Shadrack Moore

b. 10 May 1757, d. 11 September 1808
     Shadrack Moore was born on 10 May 1757 at East Haddam, Middlesex Co., CT. He was the son of Shadrack Moore and Miriam Stevens. Shadrack Moore married Lovice Nott in 1787 at Southwick, Hampden Co., MA. Shadrack Moore died on 11 September 1808 at Southwick, Hampden Co., MA, at age 51.

Child of Shadrack Moore and Lovice Nott

Hannah Holcombe1

b. circa 1849, d. 25 January 1916
     Hannah Holcombe was born circa 1849 at Thompsonville, Hartford Co., CT.1,2 She was the daughter of Marcus Holcombe and Lucy Maria (?)1 Hannah Holcombe died on 25 January 1916 at her home, 333 Washington Street, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.1

From the Courant 27 January 1916:

Miss Hannah Holcomb, daughter of the late Marcus and Lucy Maria Holcomb of Windsor Locks, died late Tuesday afternoon at her home, No. 333 Washington street of pneumonia which developed from the grip. She was born in Thompsonville and lived in Windsor Locks with her parents until five years ago when she came to this city. She lived with her sister, Miss Nettie Estella Holcomb.

The funeral will be held at 2 o’clock tomorrow afternoon at her home, No. 333 Washington street. Rev. Dr. E. deF. Miel, rector of Trinity Church, will officiate. Burial will be in the family lot in the Windsor Locks Cemetery.

Citations

  1. [S284] Courant, 27 January 1916.
  2. [S363] 1910 Federal Census,.

Robert Alchin1

b. circa 1861
     Robert Alchin was born circa 1861 at IL.1 He was the son of Robert Burns Alchin and Catherine Anginette Holcombe.1

Citations

  1. [S68] 1870 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Nettie Estella Holcombe1

b. circa 1859
     Nettie Estella Holcombe was born circa 1859.1,2 She was the daughter of Marcus Holcombe and Lucy Maria (?)1

Citations

  1. [S284] Courant, 27 January 1916.
  2. [S363] 1910 Federal Census,.

Monroe Turner1

b. circa 1870
     Monroe Turner was born circa 1870 at IL.1 He was the son of Alexander Turner and Cornelia Holcombe.1

Citations

  1. [S362] 1880 Federal Census,.

Anna C. Holcombe

b. circa 1868
     Anna C. Holcombe was born circa 1868 at CT. She was the daughter of Duell Holcombe and Ann Loretta Henderson.

Edward Holcombe1

b. April 1881
     Edward Holcombe was born in April 1881 at MA.1 He was the son of Merton Holcombe and Carrie (?)1

Citations

  1. [S35] 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Lillis Holcombe

     Lillis Holcombe was the daughter of Duell Holcombe and Ann Loretta Henderson.

Stephen Elmer

b. say 1800
     Stephen Elmer was born say 1800. He married Electa Holcombe, daughter of CT Holcombe.

Child of Stephen Elmer and Electa Holcombe

Joseph W. Moore1

b. circa 1816
     Joseph W. Moore was born circa 1816.1 He was the son of Selden Moore and Philura Holcombe.1

Citations

  1. [S67] 1850 Federal Census, unknown repository address, On-line.

Orlean Holcombe1

b. circa 1871
     Orlean Holcombe was born circa 1871.1 She was the daughter of Duell Holcombe and Ann Loretta Henderson.1 Orlean Holcombe married Charles A. Bence.1

Charles and Orlean were enumerated in the 1920 New Britain, Hartford Co., CT, federal census. He was 50, she was 48. Also in the household was Anna F. Holcombe, 71.

Citations

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

Joseph M. Holcombe1

b. April 1882
     Joseph M. Holcombe was born in April 1882 at MA.1 He was the son of Merton Holcombe and Carrie (?)1

Citations

  1. [S35] 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Mildred Gould Kuck1

b. 27 February 1901, d. 19 March 1978
     Mildred Gould Kuck was born on 27 February 1901 at Buffalo, Erie Co., NY.1 She married Admiral Harold Romeyn Holcombe, son of William George Holcombe and Clara Alice Sears, in 1921.1 Mildred Gould Kuck died on 19 March 1978 at Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 77.1 She was buried at Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, San Diego Co., CA.1

Children of Mildred Gould Kuck and Admiral Harold Romeyn Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S719] Steve Excell, "Admiral Harold Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 3 December 2010.

James Marks

b. December 1858
     James Marks was born in December 1858 at CT. He married Cora Belle Holcombe, daughter of Oliver Martin Holcombe and Betsey Clark, on 17 June 1882.1

Children of James Marks and Cora Belle Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S284] Courant, 9 June 1935.

Orren Dickinson1

b. circa 1802
     Orren Dickinson was also known as Orrin Dickinson. He was born circa 1802 at CT.1 He married Marion Holcombe, daughter of CT Holcombe.1

Child of Orren Dickinson and Marion Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S67] 1850 Federal Census, unknown repository address, On-line.

Cynthia Gould Holcombe1

b. 19 February 1929, d. 26 February 2011
Judge Cynthia Holcomb Hall
(1929 - 2011)
     Cynthia Gould Holcombe was born on 19 February 1929 at Los Angeles Co., CA.1 She was the daughter of Admiral Harold Romeyn Holcombe and Mildred Gould Kuck.1 Cynthia Gould Holcombe married John Harris Hall on 6 June 1970 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.1 Cynthia Gould Holcombe died on 26 February 2011 at Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 82.

From the Los Angeles Times, 2 March 2011:

By Carol J. Williams

Senior U.S. 9th Circuit Judge Cynthia Holcomb Hall, a trailblazer for women in the federal judiciary who evoked both controversy and feminine tradition during a legal career that spanned six decades, died at her Pasadena home Saturday after a long battle with cancer. She was 82.

A controversial choice for the U.S. Tax Court when President Nixon appointed her in 1972, Hall weathered critics' efforts to have her thrown off the bench because of concerns that her husband's job heading the tax department of a Los Angeles law firm posed potential conflicts of interest.

But Hall was as well known for the ornamental gardens she created and nurtured at the Pasadena courthouse as she was for the opinions she penned in a judicial career that began with the tax court appointment. President Reagan named her to a U.S. District Court post in 1981 and to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals three years later.

Though on semi-retired senior status since 1997 and undergoing cancer treatment, Hall continued to hear cases until recently.

She was often on the conservative side of issues decided by the court, upholding in a 2007 ruling federal agents' right to infiltrate the private North American Man/Boy Love Assn. to investigate suspected criminal conduct and dissenting from a court majority in 2003 in a case that reinstated a wrongful-death suit against gun manufacturers in a Los Angeles hate crime.

She could also surprise court-watchers, though, as when she joined the majority in a 2006 ruling upholding an Alaska high school student's right to display a banner reading: "Bong Hits 4 Jesus."

"Judge Hall was a respected jurist who took strong positions and stood by them. She was a valued colleague and a good friend to many. She will be missed," 9th Circuit Chief Judge Alex Kozinski said.

Senior Judge Betty Binns Fletcher remembered Hall as "a true Renaissance woman" whose passions for gardening, travel and photography were as fulfilling as her law career.

Hall "brought a beauty, quite literally, to the interior and exterior of the lives of her colleagues," said Senior Judge Michael Daly Hawkins. The grounds of the Pasadena courthouse where she had chambers, he said, "are among the most exquisitely landscaped of any public building this side of Versailles."

The controversy surrounding Hall's seat on the tax court eventually dissipated, only to be replaced years later, long after the 1980 death of her husband in an aviation accident, with Washington gossip in 1994 that she was romantically involved with Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist. She deflected news media inquiries by saying she "certainly would not comment on anything concerning my personal life, or his."

Born Feb. 19, 1929, in Los Angeles, the daughter of a U.S. Navy admiral, Hall earned her undergraduate and law degrees at Stanford University and served as a reservist in the Naval Judge Advocate General Corps.

After clerking for 9th Circuit Judge Richard H. Chambers, she worked as a research assistant for the Tax Law Review, then earned a tax law degree from New York University. She served as a trial attorney for the Justice Department, then as an attorney advisor in the Treasury Department before a stint in private practice and her appointment to the tax court.

Hall is survived by her brother, Lowell Holcomb; daughter Desma Holcomb and son Harris Hall; four stepchildren, three grandchildren and six stepgrandchildren.

Plans were pending for a private family service and a court memorial.

Citations

  1. [S719] Steve Excell, "Admiral Harold Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 3 December 2010.

Frederick O. Groesbeck

b. October 1869
     Frederick O. Groesbeck was born in October 1869 at NY.1 He married Minnie Louise Loomis, daughter of Hiram Gaylord Loomis and Fidelia Holcombe, circa 1892.

Citations

  1. [S35] 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Elisha Shepard Elmer

b. 26 October 1825, d. 14 July 1915
     Elisha Shepard Elmer was born on 26 October 1825 at Bloomfield, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Stephen Elmer and Electa Holcombe. Elisha Shepard Elmer married Mary B. Bigelow in 1852. Elisha Shepard Elmer died on 14 July 1915 at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 89.

From the Courant 15 July 1915:

Elisha Shepard Elmer, the oldest veteran fireman and the oldest veteran letter carrier in Hartford, the third letter carrier that his city ever had, and a man who was delivering letters to the stores and homes of Hartford at a time when he was able to "cover" the whole city, died early yesterday morning at the Old Peoples' Home on Jefferson street at the age of 89 years. The cause of death was myocarditis, but Mr. Elmer had been ill for many years with heart trouble in another form, and rheumatism and bronchitis, although he had not been confined all of this time. He was able to be about the city frequently and was a familiar figure on the streets. He always wore a black slouch hat and carried a market basket, and he was familiarly referred to by people who knew him only by sight as “the man with the basket.”

On account of his intimate knowledge of the city and its people and a remarkable memory for details Elmer’s reminiscences of Hartford in the days when it was a small New England town were among the clearest and most valuable of any of the “oldest inhabitants.” He was born in Blomfield, October 26, 1825, when that town was called Wintonbury, a son of Stephen and Electa (Holcomb) Elmer. He was a direct descendant of Edward Elmer, who came to Hartford with Thomas Hooker, and was a grandson of Phineas Elmer, a soldier in the War of the Revolution. He married Miss Mary B. Bigelow of Ryegate, Vt., in 1852. His wife died fifteen years ago. He had five children, three of whom are living, Mrs. W. E. Watson, Mrs. Jeanette E. Bradley and Miss Lizzie M. Elmer, and two grandchildren, Mrs Alice Upton and Miss Mary E. Watson, all of this city. An only son was drowned in the Connecticut River when he was only 18 years and a daughter died in infancy.

Elmer was appointed Hartford’s sole letter carrier under Postmaster Edward S. Cleveland, who served from 1861 to 1869. Two letter carriers had proceeded him, Samuel Wiley, who died of smallpox, and Cornelius O’Neil. During the first part of his term as postman, Elmer’s “beat” consisted of all Hartford, an indication of how small the town was then. It had already started to grow, however, and I a short time the town was divided into two beats and an extra carrier was appointed. George L. Coburn, later Rev. George L. Coburn, pastor of a Methodist church in this city, who died in Winsted, June 24. Elmer had to “cover” the half of Hartford including Asylum and State streets, and all the territory north, while Mr. Coburn had the South End. The two men were friends until Rev. Mr. Coburn’s death a few weeks ago.

Elmer became a fireman when he was 21 years old, in 1846, being a “runner” for Neptune Hose Company, No. 2, and was a member of the Hartford Veteran Volunteer Firemen’s Association. His fire fighting days were so far in the past that the records of the company with which he served have since been lost.

After giving up his work as a letter carrier, Elmer became a carpenter and was known as a skilled workman. He later became intensely interested in gardening and horticulture, pursuits which he followed almost until his death. He exhibited at many agricultural fairs at Concord, H.H. Brattleboro, Vt., Worcester, Mass., and New Haven, and was a life member of the New England Fair Association. He was fond of wild flowers and berry hunting and took long walks into the country with his familiar basket on his arm in search of growing things.

At one time Elmer was one of the largest tobacco raisers in Hartford and his farm was within the present city limits in a section that is now covered with three to ten family tenements, a field that extended from Pavilion street to Suffield street. He lived for thirty years at No. 66 Wooster street and before that he lived in the old Elmer Homestead, a house which now faces Elmer street, named after the family.

Elmer was a friend of Henry Clay Work, the Hartford author and composer of “Marching Through Georgia,” and he remembers visits made to Hartford by Lincoln and Grant. He voted for Fremont and had been a life long republican. He remembered when Jenny Lind sang in the Forth Congregational Church, when the city police court was established in 1851, when the Fremont log cabins were as thick as bees, when the Fremont hut was opened for republican meetings, and what happened in war time, when he was a letter carrier. He remembered when the Hartford and Wethersfield Horse Railway Company opened its line for travel on Main street in 1863, and when the “steam cars” first made their appearance in Hartford, down at the foot of Mulberry street, the track being laid on sp**os. He also remembered when the railroad line was built between Hartford and Springfield, and how finally Springfield was united with New Haven via this city.

In a recent talk with a reporter Elmer told of some of the incidents of the old days when fire fighting was done with hand drawn and hand pumped “tubs,” such as that of his company, instead of the tremendously powerful motor pumping engines and water towers that are used today. He said, in part: --

“Speaking of running with old Nepture, we used to always take the sidewalk with the machine. I boarded at that time in a room in one end of the old Phelps block. One night we responded to a bell alarm, and we thought it was the old Connecticut hotel on Main street. We started to turn down a gangway right near where Hills block now stands, when someone shouted that the fire was down on State street. The old machine was going at a mighty fast clip, and it swerved right t the corner of that gangway and chopped off a big six-inch barber pole as neatly as you please. If the machine had ever struck any of the men it would have killed them. And to end it all, there wasn’t any fire. So the men said: -- “ ‘Let’s wet down Madame Justice,” the figure on top of City Hall. We shot a stream of water clear over her, and wet her down for several minutes just to pay for being called out. After returning from fires, we always had our crackers and cheese and doughnuts and coffee and sometimes something a little stronger.”

Elmer remembered the old Exchange block fire and also a bad fire that occurred in Norman Lyman’s old salt and lime store on Commerce street. Neptune was stationed down by the river. He used to tell how the engineers used to shout: “Play away, No. 2.” Sometimes the firemen had to stop and rest, and they had a way of lifting the suction hose out of the river with a plank when they wanted to have some fun with the chief engineer. There were no water mains in those old days, and water had to be taken either from large cisterns under the streets, or from the river. There are several of the old cisterns still left, one of them being down near the South Green.

Talking of politics in the old days, he said: --

“I have lived in the Third and Seventh wards for fifty years, and in Hartford, all told, for sixty-four years. I have seen so many changes that I couldn’t begin to enumerate them. I voted for John C. Fremont. I remember how they used to naturalize voters in the old building where the marble block now stands on Central row. Ira Wright and Horace Billings used to help naturalize ‘em. They didn’t stop to ask ‘em many questions and even if some of the would-be citizens couldn’t tell what ship they came over on, or how old they were, they were generally stamped as eligible. It was amusing to see how they turned ‘em out, and the tricks that some politicians played in the old days. I have seen money spent right and left, seen liquor checks given in return for votes.”.

Elias H. Dickinson

b. 16 March 1836, d. 11 August 1915
     Elias H. Dickinson was born on 16 March 1836 at Marlborough, CT. He was the son of Orren Dickinson and Marion Holcombe. Elias H. Dickinson married Ella Francis Fuller on 14 June 1867. Elias H. Dickinson died on 11 August 1915 at Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 79.

From the Courant 12 August 1915:

Elias H. Dickinson of South Main street died at the Hartford Hospital yesterday morning. He was a resident of this town (East Hartford) for twenty years and had been living with his daughter, Mrs. Alfred R. Brewer of South Main street, until about six weeks ago when he was removed to the hospital. Mr. Dickinson was born in Marlborough, March 16, 1836, the son of Orrin and Marion (Holcomb) Dickinson and was a carpenter for many years in Glastonbury and East Hartford. Mr. Dickinson married Miss Ella Francis Fuller of Marlborough June 14, 1867, and five children were born to them, Herbert Francis Dickinson of San Francisco, Cal., Mrs. Alfred R. Brewer of South Main street, Mrs. Gertrude May French, who died I 1902, Mrs. James E. Evelith of Connecticut boulevard and Howard Leslie Dickinson of Springfield. He also leaves five grandchildren, Graham Dickinson, son of Howard L. Dickinson of Springfield, Gladys Arline Brewer, daughter of Representative and Mrs. Alfred R. Brewer, Verner Hibbard French, son of Mrs. Gertrude French, Elva Myrtle and Gertrude Ella, children of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Eveleth of this town. Mr. Dickinson enlisted in Company A, Twenty-first Regiment C. V., and served three years and was honorably discharged June 16, 1865. He was at Fredericksburg, the siege of Suffold, Drewry’s Bluff and Fort Harrison, and ws a member of D. P. Rodman Post, G. A. R. The funeral arrangements have not been completed.

Eugene E. Moore1

b. circa 1831
     Eugene E. Moore was born circa 1831.1 He was the son of Selden Moore and Philura Holcombe.1 Eugene E. Moore married Eliza (?)2

Eugene and Eliza were enumerated in the 1870 Scott Ogle Co., IL, federal census. He was a farmer 37, she was 26. The only child in the household was Theresa 7 months.

Citations

  1. [S67] 1850 Federal Census, unknown repository address, On-line.
  2. [S68] 1870 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Marcus Holcombe1

b. say 1825
     Marcus Holcombe was born say 1825.1 He was the son of CT Holcombe.1 Marcus Holcombe married Lucy Maria (?) say 1847.1

Children of Marcus Holcombe and Lucy Maria (?)

Citations

  1. [S284] Courant, 27 January 1916.

Jemina Bacon

     Jemina Bacon married Comfort Hall.

Child of Jemina Bacon and Comfort Hall

Lowell Arthur Holcombe1

b. 13 April 1925, d. 19 March 2011
     Lowell Arthur Holcombe was born on 13 April 1925 at Los Angeles Co., CA.1,2 He was the son of Admiral Harold Romeyn Holcombe and Mildred Gould Kuck.1 Lowell Arthur Holcombe died on 19 March 2011 at Walnut Creek, Contra Costa Co, CA, at age 85.2

Citations

  1. [S719] Steve Excell, "Admiral Harold Holcombe," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 3 December 2010.
  2. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 578-22-0054.

Adelaide (?)1

     Adelaide (?) married Edgar Jared Doolittle Jr., son of Edgar Jared Doolittle and Jane Elizabeth Sage.1

Citations

  1. [S284] Courant, 31 March 1926.

Samuel Lashure

     Samuel Lashure married Harriet C. Moore, daughter of Selden Moore and Philura Holcombe.

Elizabeth Sullivan1

b. circa 1884
     Elizabeth Sullivan was born circa 1884 at CT.1 She was the daughter of Lawrence Sullivan and Mary Elizabeth (?)2 Elizabeth Sullivan married Arthur W. Holcombe, son of CT Holcombe, say 1912.1

Children of Elizabeth Sullivan and Arthur W. Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S39] 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S284] Courant, 11 July 1931.

John Olmsted1

b. 3 February 1649/50
     John Olmsted was baptized on 3 February 1649/50.1 He was the son of Capt. Nicholas Olmsted and Sarah Loomis.1 John Olmsted died; young.

Citations

  1. [S140] LLD Elias Loomis Loomis Female Branches, page 15.

Ruth Holcombe1

b. circa 1913
     Ruth Holcombe was born circa 1913 at CT.1 She was the daughter of Arthur W. Holcombe and Elizabeth Sullivan.1 Ruth Holcombe married Steven Elliott.2

Citations

  1. [S39] 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S749] 1940 Federal Census.

Thomas Olmsted1

d. 1741
     Thomas Olmsted was the son of Capt. Nicholas Olmsted and Sarah Loomis.1 Thomas Olmsted married Hannah Mix on 25 June 1691.1 Thomas Olmsted died in 1741 at West Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.1

Citations

  1. [S140] LLD Elias Loomis Loomis Female Branches, page 15.

Charlotte (?)1

     Charlotte (?) married Stefanus Johannsen.1

Child of Charlotte (?) and Stefanus Johannsen

Citations

  1. [S720] Jean E. Perreault, Granby 1930 Census.

Amy Louise Tolx1

b. 8 April 1894, d. 28 December 1994
     Amy Louise Tolx was born on 8 April 1894 at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.1 She married Henry Valentine Holcombe, son of Charles Joseph Holcombe and Edith Sarah King, on 23 August 1956 at Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT.1 Amy Louise Tolx died on 28 December 1994 at Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT, at age 100.1

Citations

  1. [S720] Jean E. Perreault, Granby 1930 Census.

Prince Hercule Grimaldi1

b. 1623, d. 1651
     Prince Hercule Grimaldi was born in 1623.1 He was the son of Lord Honore Grimaldi and Ippolita Trivulzio.1 Prince Hercule Grimaldi married Aurelia Spinola in 1641.1 Prince Hercule Grimaldi died in 1651.1

Children of Prince Hercule Grimaldi and Aurelia Spinola

Citations

  1. [S716] Wargs: Lesbos, online http://www.wargs.com/essays/lesbian.html

Sally Holcombe1

b. circa 1805
     Sally Holcombe was born circa 1805 at Greenbrier Co., VA.1 She was the daughter of Timothy Holcombe II and Mary A. Chesnut.1

Citations

  1. [S721] Jim Schultz, "Timothy Holcomb," e-mail to Jame H. Holcombe, 19 December 2010.

William L. Whitney1

     William L. Whitney married Emeline Holcombe, daughter of Elijah Holcombe and Betsey Ives.1

Child of William L. Whitney and Emeline Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S284] Courant, 3 July 1916.