Lt. Nathaniel Loomis

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Nathaniel Loomis

Birthdate: (77)
Birthplace: Windsor, Connecticut Colony
Death: September 29, 1733 (77)
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of Nathaniel Loomis, Sr. and Elizabeth Case
Husband of Elizabeth Loomis
Father of Nathaniel Loomis and Elizabeth Loomis
Brother of Elizabeth Blackburn; Abigail Barber (Loomis); Josiah Loomis; Jonathan Loomis; David Loomis and 7 others

Managed by: Raymond Anthony Virzi, Jr.
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About Lt. Nathaniel Loomis

Lt Cornelius Hull is the son of George Hull and Tomasen Mitchell. He married Rebecca Jones, dau of Rev John Jones and Sarah, 19 Nov 1653 Fairfield, Ct. Children are Cornelius (1655-1740), Samuel, Sarah, Rebecca, Martha, Theophilus.

In 1653, Cornelius Hull was married to the daughter of John Jones, the pastor John Jones and the town authorities of Fairfield immediately granted him a three acre town lot, to which hearafter added an adjoining or near tract, containing 40 acres. He was a surveyor as was his father. He was a husbandman, and early in his married life began adding to his estate. He was a man of substance and a prominent citizen. He was Deputy to the Geneal court in 1656, 1660, 1662, and 1667. He was appointed Lieutenant for Fairfield Co and in 1675 was made Lieutenant Connecticut soldiery of that period. For his service he received considerable land.

Such of his original estate as he had not conveyed to his children previous to his death was divided by his will as follows: To son Cornelius, 75 acres in three plots. To sons Cornelius and Theophilus, certain meadow lands. To son Cornelius, two additional tracts. To daughter Rebecca Hull, his home lot, house and barn. To daughter Sarah Silliman, 65 acres in two plots. To daughter Martha Stratton, 20 acres. To his grandson George, son of Cornelius, a certain farm. To his daughter Rebecca, his household goods. To his son Samuel, the gun he called his fowling piece. To his daughter Rebecca, one cow and a heifer. To his three sons Samuel, Cornelius, and Theophilus, the remainder of his estate to be divided equally among them. p20-21 2 Event: Will Proven 07 Oct 1695

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Lt. Nathaniel Loomis's Timeline

1656
March 20, 1656
Windsor, Connecticut Colony
1657
February 7, 1657
Windsor Twp, Hartford, Connecticut
February 7, 1657
Windsor Twp, Hartford, Connecticut
1729
May 26, 1729
Age 73
Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut
1733
September 29, 1733
Age 77
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1882
October 10, 1882
Age 77
October 10, 1882
Age 77
1892
February 19, 1892
Age 77
February 19, 1892
Age 77