Elizabeth Kilbourn1

     Elizabeth Kilbourn was the daughter of Elisha Kilbourn and Sarah Robbins. Elizabeth Kilbourn married Eliphalet Remington, son of John Remington and Desire Patience Mason.

Child of Elizabeth Kilbourn and Eliphalet Remington

Citations

  1. [S172] Gary Boyd Roberts, Notable Kin II, Page 110.

Eliphalet Remington

b. 13 October 1768
     Eliphalet Remington was born on 13 October 1768 at Suffield, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of John Remington and Desire Patience Mason. Eliphalet Remington married Elizabeth Kilbourn, daughter of Elisha Kilbourn and Sarah Robbins.

Child of Eliphalet Remington and Elizabeth Kilbourn

Eliphalet Remington Jr.1

b. 28 October 1793, d. 1861
     Eliphalet Remington Jr. was born on 28 October 1793. He was the son of Eliphalet Remington and Elizabeth Kilbourn. Eliphalet Remington Jr. died in 1861.

Children of Eliphalet Remington Jr. and Abigail Paddock

Citations

  1. [S172] Gary Boyd Roberts, Notable Kin II, Page 110.

Philo Remington1

b. 1816, d. 1889
     Philo Remington was born in 1816. He was the son of Eliphalet Remington Jr. and Abigail Paddock. Philo Remington died in 1889.

Citations

  1. [S172] Gary Boyd Roberts, Notable Kin II, Page 110.

Jesse Seaver Jr.

b. 17 June 1920
     Jesse Seaver Jr. was born on 17 June 1920. He was the son of Jesse Montgomery Seaver and Margaret Blanche Marlowe.

Cynthia Elvira Hall

b. 18 February 1820, d. 8 June 1884
     Cynthia Elvira Hall was born on 18 February 1820 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT. She was the daughter of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait. Cynthia Elvira Hall married Seneca Harold Pike, son of Ezra Pike Jr. and Barbara A. Hill. Cynthia Elvira Hall died on 8 June 1884 at age 64.

Seneca and Cynthia were enumerated in the 1850 Isle LaMotte, Grand Isle Co., VT, federal census. He was a farmer age 34, she was 30. Children in the household were Preston 9, Theraina 7, Sophina 5, Ambrose 3, and Ezra 4 months.

Seneca and Cynthia were enumerated in the 1860 Isle LaMotte, Grand Isle Co., VT, federal census. He was a farmer age 43, she was 40. children in the household were Perry 18, Therasina 16, Saraphina 14, Ambrose 13, Ira 7, Seymour 5, and Fillamore 2.

Seneca and Cynthia were enumerated in the 1870 Isle LaMotte, Grand Isle Co. VT, federal census. He was a farmer age 53, she was 50. Children in the household were Ira 18, Seymour 16, Fillmore 13, Sinnie 9, and Merit 7.

Children of Cynthia Elvira Hall and Seneca Harold Pike

William Hall

b. 10 January 1822
     William Hall was born on 10 January 1822 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT. He was the son of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait.

Henry Hall

b. circa 1823
     Henry Hall died at Pulman, OH. He was born circa 1823. He was the son of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait.

Gardner Hall

b. 8 June 1824
     Gardner Hall died at IA. He was born on 8 June 1824 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT. He was the son of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait.

Lura Ann Hall

b. 6 April 1826, d. 12 August 1878
     Lura Ann Hall was born on 6 April 1826 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT. She was the daughter of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait. Lura Ann Hall died on 12 August 1878 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT, at age 52.

Elihu Hall

b. 7 August 1828
     Elihu Hall was born on 7 August 1828 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT. He was the son of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait.

Wesley Hall1

b. 21 March 1831, d. 13 January 1836
     Wesley Hall was born on 21 March 1831 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT. He was the son of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait. Wesley Hall died on 13 January 1836 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT, at age 4.

Citations

  1. [S170] Allen L. Startton, History of the Town of Isle La Motte, Vermont, Page 297.

Cyrus W. Hall

b. 1 July 1834, d. 24 September 1910
     Cyrus W. Hall was born on 1 July 1834 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co., VT. He was the son of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait. Cyrus W. Hall died on 24 September 1910 at age 76.

Marilda Matilda Hall

b. 11 May 1835, d. 5 July 1899
     Marilda Matilda Hall was born on 11 May 1835. She was the daughter of Rev. Ira Franklin Hall and Sally Wait. Marilda Matilda Hall died on 5 July 1899 at age 64. She was buried at Slosson Cemetery, Chazy, Clinton Co., NY.

Chloe Case1,2

b. 1 August 1781
     Chloe Case was born on 1 August 1781 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Amasa Case and Elizabeth Phelps. Chloe Case married Joel Holcombe, son of Hezekiah Holcombe II and Chloe Pinney, on 24 December 1798. Chloe Case died. She was buried on 15 June 1830 at Granby, Hartford Co., CT.

Children of Chloe Case and Joel Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 28.
  2. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.1/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9.

Elizabeth Phelps

b. circa 1735, d. 17 October 1783
     Elizabeth Phelps was born circa 1735. She was the daughter of Hezekiah Phelps and Dorothy (?). Elizabeth Phelps married John Viets, son of Capt. John Viets and Lois Phelps, on 1 July 1755.1 Elizabeth Phelps married Amasa Case, son of Capt. James Case and Esther Fithian, on 5 August 1766 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.2 Elizabeth Phelps died on 17 October 1783 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.2

Child of Elizabeth Phelps and John Viets

Children of Elizabeth Phelps and Amasa Case

Citations

  1. [S186] Charles C. Case, The Yankee Generations: A History of the Case Family in America, Page 150.
  2. [S208] Dorothy Dean Viets Schell, Viets, Page 19.

Raymer Holcombe1

b. 5 July 1805
     Raymer Holcombe was born on 5 July 1805. He was the son of Joel Holcombe and Chloe Case. Raymer Holcombe married Elizabeth Alderman, daughter of Irijah Alderman and Betsey Phelps.

Raymer and Betsy were enumerated in the 1850 Granby, Hartford Co., CT, federal census. He was a farmer, age 45, she was 39. children in the household were Chloe, 14, Jefferson 13, and Walter 9. Also in the household were Huldah Holcomb 66, sophronia Phelps 62, and Reuben Phelps 60.

Raymer and Betsey were enumerated in the 1860 East Granby, Hartford Co., CT federal census, page 4. Raymer was a farmer, age 54, Betsey was 49; Chloe was 24, Jefferson 23, a farmer also.

Ramer was enumerated in the 1870 East Granby, Hartford Co., CT federal census, page 8. He was a farmer, age 64. Son Jefferson was 31.

Children of Raymer Holcombe and Elizabeth Alderman

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.1/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9-3.

Elizabeth Alderman

b. 15 June 1811, d. 1 February 1861
      Elizabeth Alderman also went by the name of Betsey Alderman. She was born on 15 June 1811.1,2 She was the daughter of Irijah Alderman and Betsey Phelps.2 Elizabeth Alderman married Raymer Holcombe, son of Joel Holcombe and Chloe Case. Elizabeth Alderman died on 1 February 1861 at age 49. She was buried at Holcomb Street, East Granby, Hartford Co., CT.

Children of Elizabeth Alderman and Raymer Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S359] William Alderman Parker, Alderman, Page 457.
  2. [S433] Connecticut Historical Society, "Alderman Bible Record."

Irijah Alderman

b. 23 May 1779, d. 1 November 1847
     Irijah Alderman was born on 23 May 1779 at Granby, Hartford Co., CT.1,2 He was the son of Elijah Alderman and Dorcas Alderman.1 Irijah Alderman married Betsey Phelps.2 Irijah Alderman died on 1 November 1847 at age 68.2

Children of Irijah Alderman and Betsey Phelps

Citations

  1. [S353] Carol Laun, "Alderman Bible."
  2. [S359] William Alderman Parker, Alderman, Page 457.
  3. [S433] Connecticut Historical Society, "Alderman Bible Record."

Jefferson Randolph Holcombe1

b. 12 April 1837, d. 8 June 1906
     Jefferson Randolph Holcombe was born on 12 April 1837 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Raymer Holcombe and Elizabeth Alderman. Jefferson Randolph Holcombe married Sophronia Julia Spellman. Jefferson Randolph Holcombe died on 8 June 1906 at age 69.

In the 1920 census of East Granby, widow Sophronia was 71, and residing with her were daughters Elizabeth A., Chloe, and Virginia R.


Widow Sophronia was enumerated in the 1930 East Granby, Hartford Co., CT, federal census, district 112. She was 81. Children in the household were Elizabeth A. 57, Chloe C. 56, and Virginia R. 51.

Children of Jefferson Randolph Holcombe and Sophronia Julia Spellman

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.2/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9-3-2.

Sophronia Julia Spellman1

b. 17 January 1847, d. 3 January 1937
     Sophronia Julia Spellman was born on 17 January 1847 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.2,1 She married Jefferson Randolph Holcombe, son of Raymer Holcombe and Elizabeth Alderman. Sophronia Julia Spellman died on 3 January 1937 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT, at age 89.1

From the Courant 5 January 1937:

Mrs. Sophronia J. Holcomb, 89, widow of Jefferson R. Holcomb, died late Sunday night at her home in East Granby. She leaves three daughters, Elizabeth A. Holcomb, Chloe C. Holcomb and Virginia R. Holcomb, all of East Granby. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at her home, with Rev. Henry deWolf, deMauriac rector of the Tariffville Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, Granby.

Children of Sophronia Julia Spellman and Jefferson Randolph Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S720] Jean E. Perreault, Granby 1930 Census.
  2. [S388] 1930 Federal Census.

Elizabeth Alderman Holcombe

b. 2 February 1873, d. 28 February 1958
     Elizabeth Alderman Holcombe was born on 2 February 1873 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Jefferson Randolph Holcombe and Sophronia Julia Spellman. Elizabeth Alderman Holcombe died on 28 February 1958 at Hartford Hospital, East Granby, Hartford Co., CT, at age 85. She was buried on 2 March 1958 at Elmwood Cemetery, East Granby, Hartford Co., CT.

Courant Elizabeth always lived in East Granby. She was with the Children's Aid society for many years and had retired as a teacher in the Hartford city school system. Miss Holcomb was graduated from Willimantic Normal School. She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Tariffville.

Chloe Case Holcombe

b. 3 March 1874, d. 17 December 1947
     Chloe Case Holcombe was born on 3 March 1874 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT.1,2 She was the daughter of Jefferson Randolph Holcombe and Sophronia Julia Spellman. Chloe Case Holcombe died on 17 December 1947 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT, at age 73.2

Citations

  1. [S388] 1930 Federal Census.
  2. [S720] Jean E. Perreault, Granby 1930 Census.

Florence Grace Holcombe

b. circa 1875, d. 22 November 1913
     Florence Grace Holcombe was born circa 1875.1 She was the daughter of Jefferson Randolph Holcombe and Sophronia Julia Spellman. Florence Grace Holcombe died on 22 November 1913 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT.

From the Courant 23 November 1913:

Miss Florence Grace Holcomb, the daughter of the late Jefferson R. Holcomb and Mrs. Sophronia J. Holcomb, died at her home in East Granby yesterday mornng after a long illness of tuberculosis. She had been a student at the McLean Seminary, the Connecticut Literary Institution and Huntsinger's Business College. For many years previouis to her illness she was empoyed by the Traverers Insurance Company as stenographer for Major E. V. Preston, superintendent of agencies. She leaves, besides her mother, three sisters, Elizageth A., Chloe C. and Virginia R. Holcomb.

The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the residence in East Granby. Friends from Hartford orout of twon will be met at Rainbow or elsewhere on arrangement with the family. The burial will be in East Granby.

Citations

  1. [S362] 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Virginia Rose Holcombe1,2

b. 9 June 1877, d. 16 December 1958
     Virginia Rose Holcombe was born on 9 June 1877 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT.3,2 She was the daughter of Jefferson Randolph Holcombe and Sophronia Julia Spellman. Virginia Rose Holcombe lived on 28 February 1958 at Holcomb Street, East Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died on 16 December 1958 at at her home, East Granby, Hartford Co., CT, at age 81. She was buried on 18 December 1958 at Elmwood Cemetery, East Granby, Hartford Co., CT.

Virginia and Florence were enumerated in the 1900 Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, federal census. She was a stenographer age 27.

Virginia had taught school in East Granby and also was formerly employed at the Travelers Insurance company. She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Tariffville.

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.2/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9-3-2-4.
  2. [S720] Jean E. Perreault, Granby 1930 Census.
  3. [S35] 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Chloe Elizabeth Holcombe1

b. 3 May 1836
     Chloe Elizabeth Holcombe was born on 3 May 1836 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Raymer Holcombe and Elizabeth Alderman. Chloe Elizabeth Holcombe married Bertrand Leland Yale on 7 February 1861.

Child of Chloe Elizabeth Holcombe and Bertrand Leland Yale

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.2/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9-3-1.

Bertrand Leland Yale

b. 17 November 1820, d. 2 October 1892
     Bertrand Leland Yale was born on 17 November 1820 at Meriden, New Haven Co., CT. He married Chloe Elizabeth Holcombe, daughter of Raymer Holcombe and Elizabeth Alderman, on 7 February 1861. Bertrand Leland Yale died on 2 October 1892 at age 71.

Child of Bertrand Leland Yale and Chloe Elizabeth Holcombe

Jennie Holcomb Yale1

b. 10 June 1866
     Jennie Holcomb Yale was born on 10 June 1866 at Meriden, New Haven Co., CT. She was the daughter of Bertrand Leland Yale and Chloe Elizabeth Holcombe. Jennie Holcomb Yale married John Blakeslee Hall, son of Seth Jacob Hall and Lois Blakeslee, on 16 December 1895.2

John and Jannie were enumerated in the 1900 Meriden, New Haven Co., CT, federal census. He was a merchant, age 38, she was 33. Children in the household were Liane 3, and Elizabeth 11 months. The birth month given for Elizabeh differes from family information. Also in the household was mother-in-law, Chloe H. Yale, 66.

Children of Jennie Holcomb Yale and John Blakeslee Hall

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.1/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9-3-1-1.
  2. [S575] Samuel Hart, Connecticut Biographical Memorial.

John Blakeslee Hall

b. 6 September 1861
     John Blakeslee Hall was born on 6 September 1861 at CT.1 He was the son of Seth Jacob Hall and Lois Blakeslee.1 John Blakeslee Hall married Jennie Holcomb Yale, daughter of Bertrand Leland Yale and Chloe Elizabeth Holcombe, on 16 December 1895.1

Children of John Blakeslee Hall and Jennie Holcomb Yale

Citations

  1. [S575] Samuel Hart, Connecticut Biographical Memorial.

Seth Jacob Hall

b. 4 September 1829, d. 27 May 1909
     Seth Jacob Hall was born on 4 September 1829 at Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT.1 He was the son of Sylvester Hall and Rosetta Johnson. Seth Jacob Hall married Lois Blakeslee on 14 October 1860.1 Seth Jacob Hall died on 27 May 1909 at Meriden, New Haven Co., CT, at age 79.1

The death of Seth Jacob Hall, of Meriden, Connecticut, on May 27, 1909, removed from the scene of his busy life one of the most familiar figures and one of the most highly respected members of that community. For many generations the Hall family has occupied a prominent place in the regard of that region, since the time of John Hall, the emigrant ancestor. This John Hall was born in England in the year 1605, and was one of the expedition which accompanied the Rev. Thomas Hooker in 1633 to the New England Colony. Hooker and his followers were the founders of Connecticut, and it was to Hartford that John Hall first went on arriving in this country. He shortly after became one of the founders of Wallingford, Connecticut, where his death occurred in 1679. From this ancestor Seth Jacob Hall is descended in the direct line. Mr. Hall's parents were Sylvester and Rosetta (Johnson) Hall, of Middletown, Connecticut, where Mr. Hall, Sr., was a prominent man, taking an active part in public affairs. Sylvester Hall was a farmer by occupation, and held a number of important offices in Middletown, notably those of assessor and selectman. He was also associated with the State militia and attained the rank of captain of the Fourth Regiment of Connecticut Cavalry.

Seth Jacob Hall was born September 4, 1829, on his father's farm, near Middletown, Connecticut, and there passed his childhood and youth up to the age of twenty-one years. His schooling during this time was decidedly meager, consisting of the usual course in the local public school, supplemented by a few months' study in the private institution, known as "Moore's Select School." He enjoyed the advantage, however, of an early training on the farm, a training of a proportion of American youth, unfortunately growing smaller year by year, and which tends, perhaps more than any other, to develop a serious nature and a proper perspective in one's outlook upon life. Such a nature and such an outlook were the possession of Mr. Hall, who from his earliest years recognized the inestimable value of an education of a kind which his environment seemed unable to provide. He was not slow in seeking to supplement by private study what he was able to obtain in his schooling, and made such headway that a friend advised him to prepare himself for teaching. As circumstances compelled him to remain on the farm, where he continued doing farm work until his twenty-first year, he was unable to make this preparation at an institution. He continued his home study, however, with great industry and with this end in view, and with such excellent success that on coming of age he was able to take a position as teacher in a school near Middletown. Here for nine consecutive winters he continued to teach and established a considerable reputation in the neighborhood for his ability in that line of work. During the time he was not employed in teaching he worked in the factories of Jesse G. Baldwin and Charles Parker as a burnisher. In the year 1857 he received the offer of a position in the hardware business of Harrison W. Curtis, of Meriden, and upon accepting this came to that city which ever after remained his home. As before he had supplemented his teaching with other work, he now supplemented his new task with teaching during periods of dullness in the hardware trade. He did not remain with the Curtis concern above four years, at the end of which time, by dint of great industry and thrift, he was able to engage in an enterprise on his own account. In 1861 he accordingly established himself in a small flour business to which, as his prospects grew, he added grain and feed and finally coal. His success was never in doubt from the beginning, and he soon began to occupy a prominent place in the mercantile world of Meriden. He joined forces for a time with the firm of I. C. Lewis & Company, doing the same kind of business, but again severed the connection in 1863, since which time until his death he conducted a highly successful business independently.

From the time of his coming to Meriden Mr. Hall was always keenly alive to the opportunities afforded by investment in Meriden real estate, the growth and development of the city necessarily giving an upward tendency to all such values. He accordingly took advantage of the fact to purchase tracts of land on various occasions, until he had large and valuable holdings. Besides his personal business and interests, Mr. Hall was associated with a number of important financial concerns such as the Meriden National Bank, of which he was vice-president and a director, and the Meriden & Middle-town Turnpike Company, of which he was the president and treasurer. He also served on the board of appraisal of the City Savings Bank of Meriden.

A man of strong intelligence and energetic nature, it was a matter of course that Mr. Hall should take an active part in public affairs. He was a staunch member of the Democratic party, the local organization of which was not slow to perceive his availability as a candidate. Always a zealous champion of the people's rights, he served his fellow citizens most effectively in a number of important offices, notably as councilman, alderman, town treasurer, selectman and member of the board of relief, and the board of apportionment and taxation. In 1891 he was elected State Senator. an office in which he continued during a period of four years.

Mr. Hall's activities are not by any means enumerated fully in the fore-going. Activities which would seem amply sufficient to engage all of an average man's time and attention took up but a part of his, and he was, indeed, a participant in nearly every department of the community's life. He was deeply interested in all movements looking to the advancement and development of Meriden and took an active part in many such, especially in the realms of religion and education. He was one of the incorporators of the Meriden Hospital and served that institution as trustee and treasurer. He held these same offices in the State Reform School and for the Young Men's Christian Association, besides being a member of the building committee for the latter. Mr. Hall's religious affiliation was with the Baptist church, and he was a member of the First Church of that denomination in Meriden for many years. He was a trustee of this church and a deacon thereof for twenty years. He was very active in the work of the parish, and supported the many benevolences connected therewith. He was vice-president and a trustee of the Baptist Seaside Resort Association at Niantic, Connecticut.

Mr. Hall married, October 14, 1860, Lois Blakeslee, a native of Wallingford, Connecticut, where she was born January 24, 1833, a daughter of Silas and Esther (Buel) Blakeslee, of that place. To Mr. and Mrs. Hall have been born five children, four of whom are now living, as follows: 1. John Blakeslee, born September 6, 1861; married Jennie Holcombe Yale, a daughter of Bertrand and Chloe (Holcombe) Yale; now a resident of Meriden. 2. Judson Sylvester, born March 30, 1866. 3. Silas Blakeslee, born March 28, 1869; married, November 25, 1903, Alida Baker, a daughter of Dr. Rufus Baker, of Middletown. 4. Esther Rosetta, born July 24, 1880. Mrs. Hall survives her husband and still resides in the beautiful house erected by Mr. Hall in 1891 on East Main Street, and which is undoubtedly one of the handsomest in the city.

Child of Seth Jacob Hall and Lois Blakeslee

Citations

  1. [S575] Samuel Hart, Connecticut Biographical Memorial.

Lois Blakeslee

b. 2 January 1833
     Lois Blakeslee was born on 2 January 1833 at Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT.1 She married Seth Jacob Hall, son of Sylvester Hall and Rosetta Johnson, on 14 October 1860.1

Child of Lois Blakeslee and Seth Jacob Hall

Citations

  1. [S575] Samuel Hart, Connecticut Biographical Memorial.

Liane Holcomb Hall

b. 5 February 1897
     Liane Holcomb Hall was born on 5 February 1897. She was the daughter of John Blakeslee Hall and Jennie Holcomb Yale.

Elizabeth Yale Hall

b. 1 July 1899
     Elizabeth Yale Hall was born on 1 July 1899. She was the daughter of John Blakeslee Hall and Jennie Holcomb Yale.

Walter R. Holcombe

b. circa 1840, d. 1862
     Walter R. Holcombe was born circa 1840 at CT.1 He was the son of Raymer Holcombe and Elizabeth Alderman. Walter R. Holcombe died in 1862.

Walter R. was enumerated as head of household in the 1860 East Granby, Hartford Co., CT, federal census. He was a farmer, age 19. Also in the household were JOhn Murphy, Minerva Murphy, George Murphy, Hudah Holcomb 77, and Sophronia Phelps 72.

Citations

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

Chloe Holcombe1

b. 10 September 1800
Chloe (Holcombe) Cornish
1800 - 1837
Connecticut Historical Society
     Chloe Holcombe was born on 10 September 1800. She was the daughter of Joel Holcombe and Chloe Case. Chloe Holcombe died. She was buried on 26 November 1837.

Children of Chloe Holcombe and Virgil Cornish

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.1/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9-1.

Joel Cornish

     Joel Cornish was the son of Virgil Cornish and Chloe Holcombe.

Dwight Cornish

     Dwight Cornish was the son of Virgil Cornish and Chloe Holcombe.

Joel Collis Holcombe1

b. 27 October 1802, d. 2 January 1890
     Joel Collis Holcombe was born on 27 October 1802. He was the son of Joel Holcombe and Chloe Case. Joel Collis Holcombe married Fanny Pinney, daughter of Origen Pinney and Rosabella Adams, on 1 September 1825 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT; The Simsbury records say September 1 in one place, September 7 in another.2 Joel Collis Holcombe died on 2 January 1890 at age 87.

Joel C. and Fanny were enumerated in the 1850 Granby, Hartford Co., CT census. Joel was a farmer age 48, Fanny was 43. Joel B. age 22, George age 20, and Henry P. age 18 wre also in the household.

Joel and Fanny were enumerated in the 1860 East Granby, Hartford Co., CT federal census, page 3. Joel was a farmer, age 57, Fanny was 52, George was a depot agent, age 30, and Henry was 27.

Joel and Fanny were enumerated in the 1870 East Granby, Hartford Co., CT federal census, page 3. Joel was a farmer, age 67, Fanny was 62, George was a clerk in the railroad depot, age 40.

Children of Joel Collis Holcombe and Fanny Pinney

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.1/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9-2.
  2. [S45] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury, Page 288.

Fanny Pinney1

b. 5 November 1807, d. 25 March 1885
     Fanny Pinney was born on 5 November 1807. She was the daughter of Origen Pinney and Rosabella Adams. Fanny Pinney married Joel Collis Holcombe, son of Joel Holcombe and Chloe Case, on 1 September 1825 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT; The Simsbury records say September 1 in one place, September 7 in another.2 Fanny Pinney died on 25 March 1885 at age 77.

Children of Fanny Pinney and Joel Collis Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.1.
  2. [S45] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury, Page 288.

Charles Loomis

b. 1776
     Charles Loomis was born in 1776. He was the son of Jonah Loomis and Mehitable Cram.

Child of Charles Loomis and Olive Hatch

Chloe Loomis

     Chloe Loomis was the daughter of Charles Loomis and Olive Hatch. Information on Chloe and Luther is from Amelia Morrow, amorrow@fas.harvard.edu.

Joel Byron Holcombe1

b. 17 May 1828, d. 4 February 1894
Joel Byron Holcombe
Salmon Brook Historical Society
      Joel Byron Holcombe was also known as Byron Holcombe.2 He was born on 17 May 1828 at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Joel Collis Holcombe and Fanny Pinney. Joel Byron Holcombe married Delia Jane Holcombe, daughter of Nahum Holcombe Jr. and Sabra Holcombe, on 20 January 1858. Joel Byron Holcombe died on 4 February 1894 at East Granby, Hartford Co., CT, at age 65.

Joel B. and Delia were enumerated in the 1870 East Granby, Hartford Co., CT federal census, page 3. He is a Hotel Keeper, age 42, she is 33. Son Joel is 5/12 months.

Joel B. and Delia were enumerated in the 1880 East Granby, Hartford Co., CT, federal census. He was a farmer, age 51, she was 42. Children in the household were Joel C. 10, and George N. 8. Also enumerated in the household was Watson Griswold 35.

Children of Joel Byron Holcombe and Delia Jane Holcombe

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, Page 53.1/Item A-4-5-2-3-1-9-2-1.
  2. [S419] Carol Laun, Beneath These Stones, Page 112.