Oliver Lummyus - was born in 1469 in Thaxsted, Essex, England and died in 1535 .
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Laurent Lummyus - was born in 1491 in Thaxsted, Essex, England and died in 1540 .
He was the son of Oliver Lummyus.
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Thomas Lummys - was born on 12 Apr 1507 in Thaxsted, Essex, England and died on 28 Oct 1551 in Thaxsted, Essex, England .
He was the son of Laurent Lummyus.
Thomas married Ann Stephen in 1535.
Ann was born about 1510 in Thaxted, Essex, England.
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John Lummys - was born Jan 1535 in Thaxsted, Essex, England and died on 12 Apr 1567 in Thaxsted, Essex, England .
He was the son of Thomas Lummys and Ann Stephen.
John married Krysten Pasfield in 1561.
Krysten was born in 1526 in Rettendon, Essex, England.
She died after 1567 in Rettendon, Essex, England .
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John Loomis - was born on 29 Jan 1562 in Thaxsted, Essex, England and died on 26 May 1619 in Braintree, Essex, England .
He was the son of John Lummys and Krysten Pasfield.
John married Agnes Lingwood.
Agnes was born Jan 1561/1562 in Bocking, Essex, Eng.
She was the daughter of John Lingwood and Jane Marlar.
She died on 14 Apr 1619 in Essex, England .
In his will, he mentions his son, Joseph, wife Agnis and daughters, Ann Warr, Sara Burton, Elizabeth Preston and Jane Pengelly, and his son in law Willm Preston
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Joseph Loomis - was born on 24 Aug 1590 in Braintree, Essex, England and died on 25 Nov 1658 in Windsor, CT .
He was the son of John Loomis and Agnes Lingwood.
Joseph married Mary White on 30 Jun 1614 in Messing, Essex, England.
Mary was born on 4 Aug 1590 in Shalford, Essex, England.
She was the daughter of Robert White and Bridget Allgar.
She died on 23 Nov 1652 in Windsor, CT .
Presidents who share this same White ancestry include Grover Cleveland, Ulysses S. Grant, and Millard Fillmore.
was a woolen-draper. Several sources say he sailed from London, England 11 April 1638, on the ship "Susan and Ellen," arriving in Boston, Mass. 17 July 1638. Other sources claim he probably came to Windsor in the summer or autumn of 1639 in company with Rev. Ephraim Huet, who arrived at Windsor, Aug. 17, 1639. Records indicate he stayed about a year in Dorchester, Mass. Town records of Windsor, Conn. show that on 2 Feb. 1640, he was granted 21 acres from the Plantation adjoining Farmington River on the west side of the Conn. River. This acreage included the site of the first English settlement made in Conn. Also there were several large tracts of land on the east side of the Conn., partly from the town and partly purchased. His house was near the mouth of the Farmington River on "The Island." That area was called "the Island" because when raining, the Connecticut River overflowed, causing it to temporarily become an island.
Joseph and Mary had 8 children, all born in England, and came to America with them. Their five sons were freeman--believed to mean those who enjoy political liberty
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Joseph Loomis Jr was born in 1615 in Messing, Essex, England.
Sarah Loomis was born in 1617 in Windsor, CT and died in 1667 in Wethersfield, Hartford Co, CT .
Sarah married Capt. Nicholas Olmstead on 28 Sep 1640.
Capt. Nicholas was chr. on 15 Feb 1612.
He was the son of James Olmstead and Joyce Cornish.
He died on 31 Aug 1684 in Hartford, CT .
1638, presumably arrived in Boston on the Susan and Ellen with her father
See Olmstead family for children.
Elizabeth Loomis was born about 1619 in Essex, England.
Mary Loomis was born about 1620 in Essex, England.
Deacon John Loomis was born about 1622 in Braintree, Essex, England and died on 2 Sep 1688 in Windsor, CT and was buried in Windsor Burying Ground .
See #7. below.
Thomas Loomis was born in 1624 in Braintree, Essex, England and died on 28 Aug 1689 in Windsor, Hartford, CT .
Thomas married Mary Judd.
Mary was born in 1644/1645 in Windsor, Hartford, CT.
She died on 8 Aug 1684 in Windsor, Hartford, CT .
Nathaniel Loomis was born in 1626 in Essex, England.
Lt. Samuel Loomis was born in 1628 in Essex, England.
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Deacon John Loomis - was born about 1622 in Braintree, Essex, England and died on 2 Sep 1688 in Windsor, CT and was buried in Windsor Burying Ground .
He was the son of Joseph Loomis and Mary White.
Deacon John married Elizabeth Scott on 3 Feb 1648/1649.
Elizabeth was born about 1625.
She was the daughter of Thomas Scott.
She died on 7 May 1696 in Windsor, CT .
Deacon John -
was accepted in the Windsor Church 11 Oct. 1640. Granted forty acres of land from the Plantation on 3 May 1643, lived in Farmington, Conn. 1652 to 1660, returned to Windsor, Conn., was Deacon of the Church. His monument still stands in Windsor Burying Ground, will is in the Probate office at Hartford, Conn. name is signed "John Loomys."
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John Loomis - was born on 9 Nov 1649 in Windsor, CT and died on 31 Aug 1715 in Windsor, CT .
He was the son of Deacon John Loomis and Elizabeth Scott.
John married Sarah Boltwood on 20 Dec 1696 in Hadley, MA.
Sarah was born about 1650 in Hadley, MA.
She was the daughter of Robert Boltwood and Mary Gernor.
She died on 14 Jul 1726 .
widow ofIsaac Warner.
His first wife's name is unknown as "History of Ancient Windsor Vol. 2" and "Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America" show her name as a blank. He had 9 children with her.
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Zackariah Loomis - was born Nov 1681 in Lebanon, Ct and died on 6 Apr 1751 in Lebanon, Ct .
He was the son of John Loomis and Sarah Boltwood.
Zackariah married Joanna Abel in 1707.
Joanna was born Nov 1682 in New London, Ct.
She was the daughter of Sergt. Caleb Abell and Margaret Post.
She died on 25 Nov 1759 in Lebanon, Ct and was buried in Loomis Cmty. .
died of smallpox.
(Sources: - 1 - 2)
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Zerviah Loomis was born on 24 Sep 1724 in Lebanon, Ct and died in 1808 in Sanisfield, Ma .
Zerviah married Ebenezer Jones on 4 Dec 1745 in Coventry, Conn..
Ebenezer was born on 4 Apr 1718 in Coventry, Conn..
He was the son of Benjamin Jones Sr. and Patience Evarts.
He died in 1800 in Sanisfield, Ma and was buried in Beech Plain Cemetary .
See Jones family for children.
Tod's Slice of the Web - Jones page
The Abell Family in America
Horace A. Abell and Lewis P. Abell
The Tuttle Publishing Co, Inc. - Rutland Vermont
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