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Re: MARY CHAUNCEY LOOMIS, 1600s Windsor CT
Posted by: Patricia Chancey Sullivan Date: January 08, 2002 at 19:50:08
In Reply to: Re: MARY CHAUNCEY LOOMIS, 1600s Windsor CT by Dot Drake of 258

I checked my notes. I have for Mary & Joseph
As for her date of birth,,, I dont know where I have that...but I dont believe that is right.
here they are as following:

[Patricia Chancey Sullivan Database.FTW]

Note: Also the Memorial of Chauncey does not list Mary as his child..



Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America Page 128
1. JOSEPH LOOMIS, b. Messing, Co. Essex, England, a. 1615; m. 1st, Sept. 17, 1646,
Sarah, bapt. Feb. 2, 1621, d. Aug. 23, 1653, eldest dau. of Wm. and Phillis (dau. of
Richard and Sarah [Osborne] Lyman, who emigrated from High Onger, Co. Essex.
Eng., 1631) Hill, of Windsor; m. 2nd, June 28, 1659, Mary Chauncey, who. d. Apr. 22,
1681. Her parentage is not known. The History of the Treman Family in America,
p. 1688, places her as the dau. of Pres. Charles Chauncey of Harvard, but this is
doubted--at least, no conclusive evidence has ever been found. Neither does Judith
Chauncey, spinster, the half-sister of Pres. Charles, mention her in her will dated Dec.,
1657, proven March 1, 1657-8 (see Waters' Gleanings, Vol. 1, pp. 107-8), wherein she
mentions many of her "cousins" and other relatives. Neither does the "Pedigree of the
Family of Chauncey," compiled by Stephen Tucker, Esq., Somerset Herald in Ordinary,
1884, name a Mary which could possibly have been Mary, wife of Joseph
Loomis. On May 3rd, 1643, he had granted him from the Plantation four acres of
land, bounded north by land of Joseph Loomis, the elder. In Vol. I, of lands, in office
of Sec'y of State of Conn, this entry occurs: Joseph Lumas Jr. owner of land before
1653, at Windsor, Conn. In 1660, by purchase, he acquired land on the east side of the
Conn. River. In 1686 he conveyed a part of this land to his son Joseph, and a part to
his son John. He was a member of Windsor Troop of horse. in King Phillip's War,
1675-6, (see soldiers in King Phillip's War, by Geo. M. Bodge, 1896). and was granted
6s 8d "on war account." He was a freeman(*) in 1654. and d. June 26, 1687. 12 ch'n, all
b. Windsor.

Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America Page 798, Page 122
Abstract of the Disposition of the Estate of Joseph Loomis,
Windsor, Connecticut
Found in Original Records, Vol. 2, page 115-116, and in the printed Digest of Manwaring, Vol. I, page 135. He died Nov. 25, 1658.

Inv't. 178-10-00. Taken by Henry Clark, John Moore. Ct. Records, p. 115. 2 Dec. 1658. An agreement for a Division of the Estate by the Children of Joseph Loomis, Dec'd and approved by this Court of Magistrates to be an equal Division. To Joseph Loomis, to Nicholas Olmsted, to Josiah Hull, to John Loomis, to Thomas Loomis, to Nathaniel Loomis, to Mary Tudor, to Samuel Loomis.

This agreement of the children of Mr. Joseph Loomis respecting the division of the Estate of ye father deceased, approved by the Court 2 Dec. 1658: We whose names are hereunto subscribd doe by these presents testify that it is our mutual and joynt agreement to attend an equal division of the Estate of Mr. Joseph Loomis, Our father, lately deceased, wch said estate being distributed in the equal prption we doe by these presents engage to set down Satisfied and Contented respecting any future trouble or demands about the foresaid estate now presented by Inventory to ye Court of Magistrates.

Witness our hand, 2nd December, 1658. Joseph Loomis, Josiah Hull, Thomas Loomis, Mary Tudor, Nicholas Olmsted, John Loomis, Nathaniel Loomis, Samuel Loomis.

That pioneer Joseph Loomis spelled his name Lomas is conclusively proven by the rare document of which the insert opposite is a photographic copy. Notice, this signature occurred 6 yrs. before his death. This being his own writing it seems as though he held, in his riper years, that it should be written Lomas and not Loomis. If he was descended from, or related to, Helias Lumhals, whose land grant appears on page 78 herein, then possibly his reason for doing so was well-founded. Moreover, his eldest son, Joseph, m. 2ndly, Mary Chauncey, and this grant, on page 78, was a quit claim to Henry Chauncey and others, of Norwich, so that it appears as if the Loomises and the Chaunceys were somehow related--at least, acquainted. This being granted, Mary Chauncey, Joseph's 2nd wife, was very probably a descendant of one of these Chaunceys mentioned in the above land grant, and therefore a distant relative, a "cousin" some degrees removed, of Joseph Loomis. There being no conclusive evidence, we leave the reader to form what opinion he may both as to the spelling of the name and the relationship between Joseph Loomis and Mary Chauncey


History of the Treman, Tremaine, Truman Family in America vol2
930009. Mary. Married Joseph Loomis. 930240

History of the Treman, Tremaine, Truman Family in America vol2
930240. JOSEPH LOOMIS. (Joseph.) He married (2nd), June 28, 1659, Mary Chauncy. He died June 26, 1687. (See Stiles' History of Windsor, Conn.)
Children:
930241. Sarah. Born April 1, 1660. Died June 4, 1661.
930242. Hannah. Born Feb. 2, 1661.
930243. Matthew. Born Nov. 4, 1664. Died April 12, 1688.
930244. Stephen. Born Sept. 1, 1668.
930245. Nathaniel. Born Aug. 8, 1673.
930246. James. Born Oct. 31, 1669.
930247. Isaac. Born Oct. 28, 1677. Died March 17, 1704.
Page 1691

History of the Treman, Tremaine, Truman Family in America vol2 page 401
930240. JOSEPH LOOMIS. (Joseph.) He married (2nd), June 28, 1659, Mary Chauncy. He died June 26, 1687. (See Stiles' History of Windsor, Conn.)

Children:


930241. Sarah. Born April 1, 1660. Died June 4, 1661.
930242. Hannah. Born Feb. 2, 1661.
930243. Matthew. Born Nov. 4, 1664. Died April 12, 1688.
930244. Stephen. Born Sept. 1, 1668.
930245. Nathaniel. Born Aug. 8, 1673.
930246. James. Born Oct. 31, 1669.
930247. Isaac. Born Oct. 28, 1677. Died March 17, 1704.

Page 1691

Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America Page 129

ABSTRACT OF ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATE OF JOSEPH LOOMIS, SEN., WINDSOR
Found in original Records, Vol. IV, p. 261, and in Manwaring's Printed Digest, Vol. I, p. 332. He died 26 June, 1687. Invt. 281-14-08. Taken 12 July, 1687, by Henry Wolcott, John Wolcott, John Loomis.

The children: Joseph age 38 y., John 36, Mary 34, Hannah 25, Matthew 23, Stephen 20, James 17, Nathaniel 14, Isaac 9 yrs. of age.

Court Record, p. 132--1st Sept. 1687: Invt. exhibited, Page 134, 26 Oct. 1687: An invt. of the Estate of Joseph Loomis, formerly exhibited in court, was now considered, & this Court appoynt Joseph his son and Matthew Loomis Adms. Order to Dist. and appoint John Loomis & John Moore distributors.

Page 6,--(Vol. VIII.) 6 Feb. 1709-10: Joseph Loomis, son of Joseph Loomis Sen., formerly of Windsor, Dec'd in Court shows that he and his Brother Matthew Loomis, now Dec'd have paid the Debts and delivered the Portions of the Estate to his Brothers and Sisters, and is granted a Quietus Est.


Hope this helps... So looks like I had the notes but choose to leave her their until I found otherwise.


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