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Martha Throop (Cobleigh) MP (1673 - c.1736)

Cobleigh (c.1775 - d.)

Abiah Cobleigh (Doubleday) (1770 - d.)

Abigail Cobleigh (1775 - d.)

Adeline Cobley (1883 - 1945)

Adin Cobleigh (deceased)

Albert Marshall Cobleigh (1840 - 1888)

Albert was a farmer. I found a record indicating Albert ran a cider mill at the Cobleigh family farm in Templeton. There exists a book, apparently located at the Historic Deerfield Library which docu...

Alice Marquinta Loveland (c.1887 - d.)

Alice's place of birth cannot be located at this time (Feb, 2013). However, according to husband Lyman's WW2 draft card, she was still alive as of April 27, 1942, when Lyman was 63 years of age. 1910 c...

Alice M Cobleigh (1858 - d.)

Alice Amelia Elizabeth NEWHALL (Cobleigh) (1841 - 1916)

Alice Augusta Shotwell (Cobleigh) (1912 - 1994)

Alice Cobleigh (Cockworthy) (1458 - 1492)

Amos Cobleigh (1790 - 1824)

Anna May Cobley/Cobleigh (1888 - 1978)

Anna Cobleigh (1810 - 1874)

Anna's death record lists her occupation as a book agent. There also exists a "hurried" letter from her to brother-in-law James Winch during a dysentery outbreak in Templeton, MA in 1849. The letter ex...

Anne Cobley (c.1829 - 1889)

Annie Eliza Cobleigh (1878 - 1929)

Anson Cobleigh (1817 - d.)

Arthur Monroe Cobleigh (1887 - 1977)

Arthur Monroe Cobleigh appears to have been a major genealogical researcher, publishing many books on New England families related to the Cobleighs. Wrote the Cobleigh genealogy "A genealogy of the Cob...

Arthur Cobley (1880 - 1964)

Arthur B Cobleigh (1915 - 1997)

Listed as living at 233 Calla Street, Providence, RI during 1935 state census. 6 total family members living there at the time.

Arthur H Cobleigh (deceased)

Bathsheba Cobleigh (1803 - d.)

Bathsheba Cobleigh (1773 - 1840)

Beatrice Irene COBLEIGH (1889 - 1916)

Benjamin Cobleigh (1777 - d.)

Bennet Charles Cobley/Cobleigh (1893 - 1972)

Betty J. Cobley (c.1919 - d.)

Betty Jean Cobleigh (Hoyt) (1919 - 1967)

Captain Oliver Cobleigh (1732 - 1807)

Captain Oliver Cobleigh ¬ b. 1732 – England, d. 1807. He came to Northfield from Westminster, VT, in 1796, when but few inhabitants had moved into it. He married Abiah Doubleday, one of t...

Carrie Cobleigh (1875 - 1918)

Charles J. Cobley (1921 - d.)

Charles W Cobleigh (1835 - 1918)

Charles W Cobleigh owned and ran a farm in Templeton; the 1880 census lists a Schedule 2 for his farm. Some statistics: farm was approximately 102 acres including 32 as tilled including fallow and gras...

Charles J Cobleigh, Jr. (1951 - 2001)

Charles J Cobleigh (1921 - 1984)

Charles Edward Cobleigh (1894 - 1895)

Charles Everett Cobleigh (1865 - 1909)

Charles Cobley (1863 - d.)

Charles Cobleigh (deceased)

Charles J Cobleigh (1851 - 1925)

Living in Maywood, Illinois as of April 10, 1909 (From Norwich Bulletin (CT) obituary of brother John Cobleigh. Death record lists Charles as a piano maker

Charles C. Cobleigh (1842 - 1909)

ID: I02804 Name: Charles C. Cobleigh 1 Sex: M Birth: 1842 in Pepperell, Middlesex, MA Death: 5 FEB 1909 in Brighton, Suffolk, MA Change Date: 27 AUG 2000 Reference Number: 985 Note: Sou...

Charlotte Cobleigh (1823 - 1825)

Chloe Cobleigh (1801 - 1831)

Clyde Emerson Cobleigh (1907 - 1907)

Constance M Cobleigh (c.1914 - d.)

Cyrena Cobleigh (1811 - 1839)

Daisy Pearl Cobley/Cobleigh (1884 - 1984)

Daisy Pearl Cobleigh (deceased)

Dan COBLEIGH (1712 - d.)

David Cobleigh (1791 - 1858)

David Cobleigh (1804 - 1873)

David Cobleigh (1769 - 1842)

David Cobleigh (c.1826 - 1835)

David Cobleigh (1875 - d.)

David lived in the Boulder, Colorado area, immigrating there from Massachusetts sometime on or before 1899. Listed as a Farm Laborer in 1900, Apprentice Harness Maker in 1910, a farm laborer in 1920 (o...

Deborah Cobleigh (1772 - 1845)

Much information on husband Peter Morse and children found in "Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire", Volume 1, page 255, by Ezra Scollay Stearns, 1908.

Dinah Harris Cobleigh House (1794 - 1872)

Dinah Harris Cobleigh ¬ b. August 13,1794 ¬ d. June 20,1872. Dinah was the daughter of Captain Oliver Cobleigh and Abiah Doubleday. They were Vermonters in and around Berlin, VT. Dinah ma...

Donald E Cobleigh (1900 - 1987)

Donald Cobleigh (deceased)

Dorothy Cobleigh (c.1909 - d.)

Dr. Edward A. Cobleigh (deceased)

Edith Ann Cobleigh (1887 - 1888)

Edward Cobleigh (deceased)

Edwin Ernest Cobley/Cobleigh (1876 - 1918)

Edwin Earnest Cobleigh (deceased)

Eleanor COBLEIGH (1722 - d.)

Eleazer Cobleigh (1718 - d.)

Elizabeth Finch Cobleigh (Taylor) (1712 - 1798)

Elizabeth Cole (Cobleigh) (1848 - 1924)

Emley Cobley (c.1853 - d.)

Emma G Cobleigh (c.1874 - d.)

Ephraim Cobleigh (deceased)

Ephraim Cobleigh (1743 - d.)

Esther Cutler Cobleigh (1820 - d.)

Eunice Brigham Cobleigh (1792 - 1835)

Eunice Belding (Cobleigh) (1768 - d.)

Eunice Cobleigh (1768 - d.)

Ezra Cobleigh (deceased)

Florence M Cobleigh (1883 - d.)

Franklin Parks Cobleigh (1898 - 1963)

Franklin Parks Cobleigh (1899 - 1963)

Franklin E. Cobleigh (1846 - d.)

Listed in book “Geneological and and family history of the state of Vermont” edited by Hiram Carleton ROLFE COBLEIGH. Rolfe Cobleigh was born in East St. Johnsbury, May 14, 1873. He...

Franklin Parks Cobley (1898 - d.)

George John Cobley (1850 - 1920)

George Cobleigh (deceased)

George COBLEIGH (1854 - 1923)

George Cobleigh (deceased)

George Cobleigh (deceased)

George John Cobleigh (deceased)

Glen Russell Cobleigh (1910 - 2009)

Glen Cobleigh (deceased)

Harold Francis Cobleigh (1893 - 1972)

Found a WW1 draft card with Harold living in Detroit, Michigan around June 5, 1917(18). He had a wife (unspecified name) and worked for the Maxwell Motor Car Company. He was tall, slender, had gray eye...

Harriet M Cobleigh (1861 - d.)

Harriet Cobleigh (Whitney) (c.1837 - 1920)

Hattie L Cobleigh (1870 - d.)

Helen Laycock (1913 - 1967)

Helen Cobleigh (Scull) (deceased)

Helen Cobleigh (deceased)

Helen M Cobleigh (1879 - 1881)

Henrietta Arlyne Cobleigh (1906 - d.)

Henry Martin Cobleigh (1843 - d.)

Henry was a veteran of the Civil War. According to "Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines of the Civil War", Vol 3, pg. 727, Henry enlisted July 24, 1862, mustered in August 27, 1862, mustered o...