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BIOGRAPHY: per info From Barbara Rommel Miller's mother
Living Thornton 1798 - WFT Est 1801-1903 Jonathan Sargent 1797 - WFT Est 1800-1906 Betsy Sargent WFT Est 1795-1824 - WFT Est 1801-1903 David Sargent 1808 - WFT Est 1801-1903 Samuel Sargent [484389.ged]

BIOGRAPHY: per info From Barbara Rommel Miller's mother
Living Stockman 1751 Jane Buswell 1730 - WFT Est 1764-1825 Sarah Hoyt 1750 Thomas Sargent Note: Sargents are also present in Bennington, Genesee, New York 1830 - 1860. 1752 - WFT Est 1753-1846 Dorothy Sargent D. WFT Est 1781-1883 Peter Sargent 1822 - 1904 Charles Brown 82 82 1847 - 1867 Elizabeth Brown 19 19 1852 - 1942 Mary Jane Brown 90 90 Living Stockman 1853 - 1860 Charles Nichols Brown 6 6 1863 - WFT Est 1895-1954 William Felton Brown 1846 - 1943 John Hurlin 97 97 1883 - 1918 Howard W. Hurlin 35 35 1885 - WFT Est 1886-1979 Edner Mary Hurlin WFT Est 1851-1873 - WFT Est 1894-1962 Louise F. Clark 1822 - 1908 Nathanial Clark 86 86 1855 - WFT Est 1856-1949 Mary Ella Clark 1857 - WFT Est 1858-1951 Emma Eliza Clark 1859 - 1941 Carrie Georgietta Clark 82 82 Living Stockman 1863 - WFT Est 1864-1957 Louise Francis Clark 1864 - WFT Est 1865-1958 Hattie Elizabeth Clark 1867 - WFT Est 1868-1957 Walter E. Clark 1827 - 1912 Margaret Hemphill 85 85 1854 - 1896 Harriet J. Sargent 42 42 [v80t0667.ftw]

Facts about this person:

Fact 1
never married
1856 - 1928 Newton I. Sargent 71 71 1867 - 1936 Clara Ann Sargent 68 68 1869 - 1909 Charles J. Sargent 40 40 [v80t0667.ftw]

Facts about this person:

Fact 1
never married
WFT Est 1849-1873 - WFT Est 1898-1961 Margaret Isabelle Hammond 1891 - 1943 Walter Sargent 52 52 Living Stockman 1895 - WFT Est 1896-1989 Martha Sargent 1858 - WFT Est 1900-1949 William Henry Hammond 1885 - WFT Est 1886-1975 George Henry Hammond 1888 - WFT Est 1889-1978 Clarence William Hammond 1897 - WFT Est 1898-1987 Arthur Edward Hammond 1840 - 1921 Jane Elaine Davis 81 81 1858 - WFT Est 1859-1952 Mary Jane Sargent 1867 - WFT Est 1907-1958 John Henry Sargent 1856 - 1938 George Marshall Sargent 82 82 1870 - WFT Est 1906-1961 Edward Clarence Sargent 1841 Sarah E. Sargent 1850 Census Roll 430, Page 248 1849 - 1916 James Marble Sargent 66 66 1850 Census Roll 430, Page 248 1852 - 1930 Charles Milton Sargent 78 78 1872 Mabel Josephine Jewell 1874 Maude Juliette Jewell 1856 Henry A. Jewell 1872 Frank E. Jewell 1874 Granville Sargent 1872 - 1951 Arthur Everett Sargent 79 79 Benjamin Sargent Emily Sargent Charlie Sargent Eva Sargent Ethel Sargent 1884 - 1943 Shirley Wadsworth Sargent 58 58 Cause of death: Tuberculosis Edith Sargent Nellie Sargent 1882 Gertrude B. Sargent Arthur Sargent 1903 - 1979 Ida Jane Bailey 76 76 Living Burwell 1874 - 1875 Walter William Sargent 10m 10m Leslie Sargent ? Josie Sargent Mabel Sargent Lester Sargent 1863 Alma A. Evans 1841 - 1918 Henry B. Jewell 77 77 1864 Emma L. Wallace Paul John Lyster 1921 - 1997 Alberta Emma Chamberlain 76 76 1894 - 1958 Earle Beede Willoughby 64 64 1880 - 1959 Robert Eugene Sargent 78 78 1893 - 1985 Eva Bacon 92 92 1865 - 1932 Elmer Edson Willoughby 66 66 1896 - 1988 Doris Helen Willoughby 91 91 1868 - 1936 Helen Mae Jewell 67 67 1889 - 1983 Florence Ida Willoughby 93 93 1838 - 1882 Mary Elizabeth Sargent 44 44 1850 Census Roll 430, Page 248 1843 - 1918 Daniel Holmes Jewell 75 75 1918 - 1858 Kyle Edson Willoughby 59 59 1920 - 1988 Earle "Beede" Willoughby 68 68 1923 - 1998 Hollis Elmer Willoughby 74 74 1885 - WFT Est 1886-1979 Laura Louise Sargent 1854 - 1930 Amelia E. Dutton 75 75 1859 - 1934 Ella Evans 75 75 Mayhew Calley 1863 - WFT Est 1864-1957 Hattie Rebeckah Sargent 1876 - 1939 George H. Sargent 63 63 1870 - WFT Est 1906-1965 Octavia Hatherway 1896 - WFT Est 1897-1990 Araline H. Sargent 1903 Estha Sargent 1879 - 1967 Etta L. Putnam 87 87 1898 - WFT Est 1899-1988 David Sargent Living Burwell 1901 - WFT Est 1902-1991 Ralph Sargent 1584 - 1673 John Hall 89 89 1910 Arthur E. Sargent 1863 - WFT Est 1906-1958 Cora Tuttle 1892 - 1896 Laura Fletcher Sargent 3 3 1894 - 1935 Harold Henry Sargent 40 40 Private Stella Cora Sargent WFT Est 1854-1874 - WFT Est 1888-1960 Wilfred J. Reed 1875 - WFT Est 1907-1966 Eugene Hunt 1901 - WFT Est 1902-1995 Mary Louise Hunt Private Helen Frances Hunt Living Spry Living Knight 21 JUN 967 - 1040 Foulques III Nerra De Anjou [Direct Linage1.FTW]

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11 NOV 938 - 21 JUL 987 Geoffery Grisgonelle [Direct Linage1.FTW]

Note: 1. Geoffrey I received in requital of his gallant services against the Emperor Otto, a grant from King Robert, of the dignified office of Seneschal of France.
Living Van Ness 1743 - >1790 Sargent Colby 47 47 1746 - 1814 Barzillai Colby 68 68 1440 Anne Gifford 1879 - 1881 Daniel Clarence Miles 1 1 1757 Molly Pierson 1753 - 1844 Hezekiah Colby 91 91 ~1257 - 1293 Owain Ap Gruffudd 36 36 1756 Samuel Colby 1782 Sally Watson 1758 Hannah Colby 1750 Ebenezer Woodbury 1762 - 1826 Archelaus Colby 64 64 ~1410 Nicholas Gifford Jemina Johnson 1800 Betsey Kendrick 1822 Charles Kendrick Colby <1751 Judith Colby 1893 - 1974 Ned Norelius Colby 80 80 1885 - 1965 Nellie Minerva Colby 79 79 1882 - 1963 Helen Belle Colby 80 80 1883 - 1943 Avis Adelle Colby 59 59 Living Spry 1401 - <1448 Thomas Lygon 47 47 [Direct Linage1.FTW]

From "Lygon Line"
[http://www.tiac.net/users/pmcbride/james/f032.htm]:
Thomas Lygon first appears in the records in 1414 and 1416, when he was commissioner for the king for Worcester (Patent Rolls, p. 265 and 267). In 1415, he is mentioned as having received seisen of a tenement in Worcester. In 1422, Thomas Lygon and others seized the manor of Humphrey Stafford,
the King's Knight, the manor of Cheylemush, co. Salop, for the use of the Earl of March. This was probably in a private quarrel of the Staffords and Mortimers in which Thomas Lygon was on the side on the Mortimers. The Peerage (Collins, Vol IX,p. 507-9), seems to have confused his record with that of his
son of the same name for it says, "Thomas Lygon mentioned in the 10th year of Henry IV. (1409) was a Member of Parliament in the 16th year of Edward IV (1477)," which is hardly probable. The four Lygon deeds, which are the only ones of earlier date than Thomas Lygon's marriage, throw little light on the history of the family beyond the fact that they held land at Pensax and La Lowe. In the 7th year of Henry VI (1428) Thomas Lygon was certified in the exchequer to hold lands in Warnedon which John Braci (Bracy) sometimes had; for in the 7th year of Henry V (1419). He married in 1419 or 1424, Joan Braci (De Bracy), only daughter and heir of William Bracy, who died before 1450, and his wife Isabel. The De Bracy family line started with William De Bracy, Lord of Madresfield in 1250, who married Maud Warren,
daughter of William De Warren, a great grandson of William De Warren, 2nd Earl of Warren, and his wife, Isabella Vermandois,granddaughter of King Henry I. of France. They had a son, Robert De Bracy, who fought at the battle of Evesham in 1265, married Maud and had William De Bracy, Knight for the shire of
Worcester, 1338. His son was Robert De Bracy, Lord of Madresfield in 1345, who fought at the battle of Crecy and the siege of Calais. He married Juliana. They had William De Bracy, who married Joan. He died about 1390. They had William De Bracy, who married in 1404 Isabel, as stated above, parents of
Joan Braci, wife of Thomas Lygon. After his marriage ,Thomas made an enfeoffment of his manors of Warnedon, Horton, and Redmarley Oliver, with lands in Alfreton, Wyke, Shederley, King's Mytton, and
Kidderminster. Whether he held other lands in Worcestershire in his own right seems uncertain, though since some land in Kidderminster was settled in 1448 on his own right heirs, while other lands were to
remain to the heirs of William Braci (Bracy), he probably had land of his own inheritance; a Shropshire connection also appears in the mention of Lygenesmedue at Hopton in 1428. The Lygons also seem to have held land at Highington and St. John in Bedwardine in Worcestershire, and at Wulfirlowe,
Herefordshire. There were a few possible references to Thomas Lygon elsewhere. He may be the Thomas Lygon who was employed on a commission of Inquiry as to the lands of Thomas Shelley in
Kent; if so, it is likely that he was a lawyer, since the family had no connection with that county. He is no doubt the Thomas Lygon who is mentioned incidentally in connection with Shropshire in 1422. Thomas Lygon's feoffees in 1448 made an enfeoffment to his son, William, of the manors and lands dealt
with in the deed of 1424. Thomas and Joan had two sons as follows:

1. William Lygon received from his grandmother, Isabella Bracy, a demise of the manor of Madresfield, reserving to herself a part of the house. In 1456, the feoffes confirmed the manors of Warndon and Horton to William and Elizabeth Lygon with remainder to his brother Thomas. This was probably after the death of Isabella Bracy. In 1464, fresh feoffes confirmed Warndon, Horton, and Bracy's Leigh to
William and Elizabeth Lygon with a like remainder. Elizabeth Lygon was a daughter of Rainsford or Renford Arundel, who married Joan Coshill, daughter of John Colshill, Knight. There is mention of William Lygon, late of Warmyndon, Worcestershire, gentleman, concerning a debt to William
Forster, tailor, of London in 1453. He was employed on a commission for peace for Worcestershire from 1471 to 1483
1890 - 1964 Gladys May Colby 74 74 1888 - 1951 Harry Franklin Colby 63 63 1856 - 1943 Helen Franklin 87 87 1880 Max Marx ~1890 Charles Beemer 1760 Nabby 1890 - 1960 Fred Kraemer 70 70 1778 Sarah Partridge 1747 Bathsheba Tucker 1404 - >1476 Joan Bracy 72 72 [Direct Linage1.FTW]

Note:
From Bracy (Braci) Line
[http://www.tiac.net/users/pmcbride/james/f026.htm#T70]:
Joan Bracy married, before 1423 (probably 1419), Thomas Lygon, son of Richard Lygon. See his lineage elsewhere in Volume II. On January 20, 1423, the Manor of Madresfield of Warndon was settled by William and Isabel Bracy on Thomas and Joan Lygon.
1. William Lygon, married Elizabeth Arundel, daughter
of Rainford Arundel
2. Thomas Lygon.
~1880 James E. Alexander 1857 - 1948 Judson Adonirom Colby 91 91 1799 - 1821 Jane E. Hogg 22 22 1803 - 1881 Ruth Ann Colby 78 78 1751 - 1832 Moses Colby 81 81 1808 - 1878 Porter Watson Colby 70 70 1803 - 1843 Jonathan G. Colby 40 40 1800 - 1834 Lucy Perkins Colby 34 34 1762 - 1826 Jemima Johnson 64 64 1770 - >1803 Lucy Perkins 33 33 1797 - 1844 Simon Perkins Colby 47 47 1845 Moses Colby 1792 Jonathan Colby 1788 Sally Colby 1823 - 1883 Mary P. Sargent 59 59 1785 - 1867 David Elliot 81 81 ~1383 - ~1450 Isabella 67 67 1775 Richard Quimby 1785 - 1867 David Woodbury 81 81 1837 - 1851 Elizabeth A. Colby 14 14 1842 Lyman Woodbury Colby 1830 James W. Colby 1599 - ~1636 Henry Butterworth 37 37 1804 Hepzibah Woodbury 1800 - <1880 Sargent Colby 79 79 [solongago.ged]

Sargent was a friend of the Stark family.
1208 - 1265 Simon De Mountfort 57 57 1780 - 1854 Mary Colby 74 74 1798 Nathaniel Colby 1788 - 1827 Moses Colby 39 39 1808 Mary Partridge Colby ~1815 - 1880 Johnson N. Colby 65 65 ~1819 - ~1875 Andrew Glass Colby 56 56 1798 - 1827 Betsey Glass 29 29 1855 - 1924 Delia A. Jewell 69 69 1847 - 1900 Johnathan Wilbur Bohanan 52 52 1882 - 1966 Lester Bohanan 84 84 1880 - 1960 Blanche Eaton 80 80 ~1908 - ~1972 Marjorie Colby 64 64 ~1822 - ~1907 Matilda Medcraft 85 85 ~1851 - 1915 Andrew Glass Colby 64 64 ~1855 - ~1926 Elma Godfrey 71 71 1315 - <1378 Robert De Braci 63 63 [Direct Linage1.FTW]

Robert De Bracy, his son, is mentioned in June 1333, when he and his brother Richard were accused of hunting unlawfully in Malvern Chase. Robert De Bracy was clearly a great huntsman; in 1334 there was a complaint against him for breaking the bishop's park at Blockley; in 1347 Hugh Le De Spencer
complained that Sir Robert accompanied by his brother Richard and Walter De Bradeles, the parson of Madresfield, had entered his chase at Malvern, co. Worcester, and carried away his deer and fish (Patent Roll, p. 469). There was a like charge against Sir Robert in 1354. However, this did not interfere with his appointment to act on a variety of comissions in the county, nor with his service a a justice of the peace. He was commissioner of Oyer and Terminer, when about 1343 he investigated the shortage of the Collector for the town of Wyche in Worcester. In 1345 he was Lord of Madresfield. He fought as a knight at Crecy in the division of the Prince of Wales. He was with Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and was therefore in the thickest of the fight. Wrottelsey in his "Crecy and Calais" (p. 179) says: "Among those who served in person who were exonerated from the assessment to find men at arms and arches, was Sir Robert Bracy who served in the retinue of Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, at the date of
the passage of the Hogue in Normandy and at the Battle of Crecy and siege of Calais." In 1348 Sir Robert Bracy was Commissioner of Oyer and Terminer to investigate the death of John, son of
William De Cartere, killed at Worcester. It was found that certain persons had violated the sanctuary of the Church of St. Mary at Worcester and killed the said John (Patent Rolls, p. 179). Also in 1348 he was exempted for life from serving on assizes, etc. (Patent Roll, p. 452). He was knight of the shire
of Worcester in 1361 (Close Rolls, pp. 65-66), but was dead before 1378, as Juliana _____, his wife, as relict of Robert De Bracy, was patron of the church at Warndon in 1378 (Nash II, 452). In the deeds of Madresfield, Robert II De Bracy appears only between 1344 and 1357. But he may be identified with the
Robert De Bracy who was on the commission of peace for Worcestershire in 1362, and was a commissioner of array in that county in 1366. The Robert De Bracy who was keeper of Salcey Forest, Northants, in 1378-89, forester of Dean in 1384, and warden of the Marshalsea in 1383, is probably the younger son of Robert II.
(source: Bracy (Bracy) Line
[http://www.tiac.net/users/pmcbride/james/f026.htm#T70])
1884 - 1956 George Adams Colby 72 72 1908 - 1964 Elizabeth Connell 56 56 ~1856 - 1857 Emily G. Colby 1 1 1860 - 1860 Infant Daughter Colby 12d 12d 1854 Arthur Colby ~1889 - 1960 Paul Keating Colby 71 71 1847 - 1894 William Raboth Colby 46 46 1887 - 1974 Ida 86 86 1909 - 2000 Barbara Colby 90 90 ~1912 - ~1960 Robert Colby 48 48 ~1319 Juliana ~1917 - 2000 Paul G. Colby 83 83 ~1818 - 1856 Cornelia Tompkins 38 38 1849 - 1914 Charles Andrew Colby 64 64 1855 - 1950 Rhoda Rockefeller 94 94 1883 - 1965 Charles Andrew Colby 81 81 1885 - 1964 Grace Catherine Allinder 78 78 1840 Thirza Jan Harris 1874 - 1931 Arthur Sherman Colby 57 57 1874 Eva May Bennett 1912 - 1992 Natalie Vivian Colby 79 79 ~1289 William Braci [Direct Linage1.FTW]

William De Bracy, son of Robert, does not appear often in the records, as his father evidently lived to be aged. On February 28, 1320 he was inspector of a charter of William De Blauminster because  Blauminster had given Stone Church lands to Reney Abbey. A grant of free warren in his lands was made to Robert De Bracy in 1328, in which year William was appointed keeper of the manor of Hanley Castle and of the chase at Malvern. William De Bracy was Knight for the Shire of Worcester in 1338.
(source: Bracy (Braci) Line
[http://www.tiac.net/users/pmcbride/james/f026.htm#T70])[:ITAL]
1833 - 1869 Almeda Peavey 36 36 1853 - 1881 Jacob P. Colby 27 27 1856 Elizabeth A. Colby 1858 Frank A. Colby 1864 Willie N. Colby 1869 Ella Almeda Colby Albert H. Sides 1862 Lizzie F. Noyes 1871 Charles Gould 1840 Elvira W. Stevens ~1293 Joan 1830 Roberta W. Kennedy 1845 Anna Sterns 1845 Lucy Poor 1828 - 1894 Alfred Colby 65 65 1821 - 1887 Louisa A. Philips 65 65 [solongago.ged]

She died of cancer
1795 - 1848 Timothy Colby 52 52 1839 Caleb S. Colby 1837 - 1889 George B. Colby 51 51 [solongago.ged]

endocarditis
1843 Susan M. Colby 1833 - >1896 Horace S. Colby 63 63 Living Spry 1831 - 1862 Lucretia P. Colby 30 30 1835 John S. Colby [solongago.ged]

served three years in the Seventh Massachusetts Regiment.
~1556 - 1599 Edward Butterworth 43 43 1841 - 1915 Mary J. Colby 74 74 1829 - >1896 Matthew H. Colby 67 67 1827 - 1903 Sarah E. Colby 75 75 1848 - 1916 Edward H. Colby 68 68 [solongago.ged]

built the brick house on North Mast Street, located on the site
of the schoolhouse in District No. 13.  He resided here for a
time, then disposed of his property and removed to Vermont.
1824 - 1887 Willard M. Colby 62 62 1845 - 1920 Franklin Pierce Colby 75 75 1821 - 1821 Henry S. Colby [solongago.ged]

died young
1819 - 1834 Mary J. Colby 14 14 1802 - 1848 Asenath Morrill 46 46 1830 George W. Colby ~1835 - 1905 Melissa Cilley 70 70 1859 - 1920 Elvira Jane Colby 60 60 1852 - 1916 Almus W. Morse 64 64 1883 Ada Morse 1899 - 1899 Goerge Colby Morse 11d 11d 1864 Lucy Ann Colby ~1260 - 1285 William De Warrenne 25 25 1831 Charles W. Colby 1834 - 1853 Andrew J. Colby 19 19 1786 - 1835 Deborah Austin 49 49 1790 - 1861 Abigail Noyes 70 70 [solongago.ged]

daughter of John NOYES and Betsey HASELTINE
dropsy
1822 - 1909 Climena Colby 87 87 1817 - 1887 John Page 69 69 ~1760 Mary Fowler 1784 Sarah Colby 1787 Polly Colby 1800 Nabby Colby ~1850 Rebecca Hazen 1784 Sally Colby 1786 Johnson Colby ~1790 Patty Colby ~1792 Mary Colby ~1810 - 1890 Mary B. Kelley 80 80 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Samuel Kelly
1806 Samuel Gould [solongago.ged]

son of Moses Gould, of Goffstown
on the farm later owned by William Ayer. In 1855, he sold the
farm and moved from town.
introduced a preamble and resolution whereby the congregation
re-enrolled their names on the total abstinence pledge, and
solemnly promised to "abandon the Use of all kinds of
intoxicating drinks as a beverage for Ever and intirely."
on town's list of taxpayers
1819 - 1837 Lucy Webster 18 18 1835 Gilbert L. Colby [solongago.ged]

He was a brick mason.
~1800 Betsey Wood ~1810 Louisa Bartlett 1816 Hannah W. Colby 1823 Julia Perkins Colby 1826 - 1843 Eliza Jane Colby 17 17 1830 - 1831 Hepsey Wood Colby 1 1 1832 Lucy Ann Colby 1835 Susan M. Colby 1841 - 1842 Franklin Pierce Colby 1 1 1844 Harvey G. Colby 1729 Gideon Colby 1821 Margaret Colby ~1820 Daniel Buxton 1843 Catherine Worthley 1849 - <1870 Marrietta Colby 21 21 1853 - 1856 Arvilla A. Colby 3 3 [solongago.ged]

She died of scarlet fever.
1842 - 1844 Isadore A. Colby 1 1 [solongago.ged]

bowel complaint
1850 - 1852 Lucille Adelaide Colby 2 2 [solongago.ged]

died of fits
1859 - 1863 Elmer Ellsworth Colby 3 3 [solongago.ged]

diptheria
1776 - 1815 Samuel Colby 38 38 1827 Esther Emerson Harvey 1847 George D. Colby 1899 - 1933 Kendall Lorenzo Colby 33 33 1801 - 1856 Louisa Ordway 55 55 1763 - <1781 Anna Colby 18 18 1774 Anne Colby 1758 Sarah Colby 1749 - 1817 Winthrop Colby 67 67 Living Spry 1867 Isabella Catherine Sargent Della Harvill 1862 Willie Howe Living Mason Living Ferry 1816 - 1889 Sarah B. Rand 73 73 1841 George H. Colby 1831 - 1911 Ellen Maria Hadley 80 80 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Moses Hadley and Susanna Hazelton
1861 Leonard T. P. Colby Estella M. Crawford 1883 Colby ? 1863 Sarah F. Colby 1877 George C. Colby 1815 - 1859 Samuel L. Colby 44 44 1817 Deborah Louisa Colby ~1815 Sewell Clark 1823 Hannah Colby 1822 - 1876 Alden S. Gardner 54 54 [solongago.ged]

a veteran of the N.H. Regt.
1844 S. Louisa Gardner 1839 - 1882 George A. Gray 43 43 1870 Emma F. Gray 1846 Mary F. Gardner 1852 George A. Whitcher 1849 Laura A. Gardner 1843 - 1886 Harry W. Leeds 43 43 1874 Grace A. Leeds 1877 Clarence Ernest Leeds 1845 Edson Page 1854 Mary Simonds 1848 Mary F. Page 1850 David Webster 1850 John M. Page [solongago.ged]

young
1852 Abbie C. Page Jesse Goodman 1854 John H. Page 1857 - >1933 Lewis Page 76 76 1858 Lucy E. Page Henry S. Weymouth 1863 Rosa Bell Page D. 1895 Edgar Buntin 1866 Eugene Page 1857 Frank Herbert Colby 1859 Mary Abbey Colby 1861 Joel W. Colby 1863 Grace V. Colby George H. Ryder 1865 Edwin A. Colby Eliza George 1867 Henry W. Colby 1870 - 1883 Una A. Colby 12 12 Living Ferry 1851 - 1917 Josephine K. 66 66 1745 - 1829 Willoughby Colby 84 84 [solongago.ged]

marched with seven others, under Capt. Benjamin Bean, for the
relief of Ticonderoga.  On their arrival at Charlestown, N.H.,
news came of its evacuation and orders to return. They were in
service seven days.
in the spring, the family started for their new home ||, his
wife on horseback with her child in her arms.  He soon built a
frame house, east of the road where his son Philip afterwards
lived.  Their first log house stood a short distance south of
where William A. Elliot lived in 1892, where his father,
Abraham, with the youngest son, Jonathan, lived and died.
selectman
he, with Enoch Noyes and Timothy Dix, was chosen a committee to
accept of the meeting house.
purchased from Benjamin Noyes, a hundred acre lot, No. 5, Range
14 ||.  He divided this between his sons James and Philip.  The
lot was called Nottencook.
On arriving at the age of twenty-one, he resolved to penetrate
the forests of New Hampshire for the purpose of selecting a
location for his father, four brothers, and himself.  He soon
went back to Amesbury to marry.
1642 - 1714 Benjamin Lowell 71 71 Lewis Foote 1801 - 1876 Willoughby Colby 74 74 1804 - 1881 Cynthia Brown 77 77 1825 Sarah Jane Colby 1829 - 1916 Ira Mason Colby 87 87 1835 - 1880 Humphrey C. Perley Colby 45 45 William T. Sanford 1838 - 1892 Francena Hadley 53 53 1858 William HenryColby 1860 Frank CarrollColby 1866 Cynthia R. Colby 1868 - 1869 George P. Colby 9m 9m 1872 Hattie JosephineColby 1859 Alice M. Bowen 1863 Cora B. Durgin [solongago.ged]

daughter of Clark Durgin and Drusilla
1891 Clifton D. Colby Harry H. Bowen 1868 - 1911 Herbert E. Poore 43 43 [solongago.ged]

son of Eliphalet R. and Rebecca P. (Greer) Poore.
1841 - 1914 Elizabeth Cummings 72 72 1862 - 1943 Clara Eva Colby 80 80 1865 Willaby Colby 1860 - 1900 Robert W. French 39 39 ~1868 - 1890 Jennie Cleveland 22 22 1796 - 1852 Esq. Colby Reuben 56 56 1802 - 1852 Lucinda Colby 50 50 1773 - 1848 Susannah Stewart 75 75 [solongago.ged]

Daughter of James Stewart of Dunbarton.
bought thirteen acres with a barn || from John Sulloway, the
blacksmith
1777 - 1843 Hannah Bailey 65 65 1801 - 1801 Enoch Chase Green 4m 4m D. 1804 Green D. 1804 Green 1808 - 1832 Sally C. Green 24 24 Enoch Bassett 1832 - 1833 Sarah Elizabeth Bassett 8m 8m 1790 - BET 8 MAR 1791 AND 1795 Willoughby Colby 1792 - 1877 Aaron Colby 84 84 [solongago.ged]

enlisted for the defense of Portsmouth, and was in service
about three months.
purchased the farm where John Benson lived in 1889.  They lived
there until 1838, when they sold to Bartholomew Stevens.
purchased the farm formerly owned by Richard Potter
sold their Andover home and bought the Hoag farm
Living Simmons 1795 - 1877 Willoughby Colby 82 82 [solongago.ged]

went to the defense of Portsmouth
1796 - 1866 Levi Colby 70 70 1797 Claray Colby 1799 - 1872 Abiah Colby 73 73 1795 - 1877 Edith Rowell 81 81 [solongago.ged]

Daughter of John Rowell of Bow.
purchased the farm where John Benson lived in 1889.  They lived
there until 1838, when they sold to Bartholomew Stevens.
purchased the farm formerly owned by Richard Potter
sold their Andover home and bought the Hoag farm
1800 - 1825 Betsey M. Morgan 25 25 1867 - 1957 Wallace Morgan 89 89 1873 Hollis J. Morgan 1908 Amanda F Berge Identified in the 1920 Federal Census on Burr Oak Township, Emmons County, North Dakota ED # 100 shown living as a "Boarder" with Frank A. and June M. Holley with her brother Thomas and his wife living two doors down. Living Simmons 1835 Theresa Jane Wetherbee 1802 - 1882 Symmes Sawyer Colby 79 79 1820 - 1905 HarrisonColby 85 85 [solongago.ged]

In the fall, Harrison and Judith Colby returned to care for his
aged parents, who had sold the Potter Place farm in Andover and
returned to Bow.
1827 - 1853 Sylvanus R. Colby 26 26 [solongago.ged]

Killed.
1805 Susannah Colby 1808 - 1878 James Colby 69 69 1814 - 1876 Charles Sargent Colby 62 62 1821 LewisColby 1828 JamesColby 1834 Susan MoriahColby ~1815 - 1877 Jane Wheeler 62 62 1807 - 1862 Eliza Taggart 55 55 1819 - 1915 Judith E. Whitcher 95 95 [solongago.ged]

Daughter of Joseph and Nancy (Elkins) Whitcher, of Andover, New Hampshire.
1845 - 1870 Clementine L. Colby 24 24 1892 - 1892 Francena R. Poore 5m 5m 1893 Marguerite Poore 1789 - 1875 Sally Woodbury 85 85 ~1789 Israel Hadley 1800 - 1863 Willaby C. Hadley 63 63 1795 - <1806 Miriam Woodbury 11 11 [solongago.ged]

"Died young."
1797 - 1855 Amos Woodbury 57 57 [solongago.ged]

John Perley afterwards resided here.
1800 - <1804 Hepzibah Woodbury 4 4 [solongago.ged]

"Died young."
1802 - 1885 Gilman Woodbury 83 83 ~1608 - 1686 Mary Lanbotham 78 78 1806 - 1892 Miriam Woodbury 85 85 Seth Morgan 1808 Lyman Woodbury ~1808 Betsey S. Wheeler 1810 - 1888 Lydia P. Woodbury 77 77 1800 William Hazeltine 1813 - 1886 Moses Webster Woodbury 73 73 1816 - <1836 Alfred Woodbury 20 20 [solongago.ged]

"Died young."
1787 - 1865 Lucy Story 77 77 1808 Henrietta Stinson Woodbury ~1808 Amos Hatch Annis 1814 Ruthyan Story Woodbury ~1814 Ansel H. Annis 1817 - 1874 Betsey Perkins Woodbury 57 57 1810 - 1870 Joseph Duncklee 60 60 [solongago.ged]

son of Samuel and Sally (Wilson) Duncklee.
1841 - 1900 Charles Tilton Duncklee 58 58 1842 Betsey Duncklee 1847 Horace Duncklee 1821 Lorane Dilleno Woodbury ~1821 William Cunningham 1829 Mary Sophia Woodbury ~1829 David S. Ferson <1818 - 1855 Mary A. Annis 37 37 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Samuel and Polly (Stark) Annis.

Citations>

70  New Hampshire,Goffstown,History; p. 567
~1821 - >1849 Mary J. Woodbury 28 28 Benjamin Lord 1833 Hephzibath Woodbury ~1833 John Quincy Adams Perley 1835 - 1857 Lydia Woodbury 21 21 1839 Alfred Woodbury 1840 - 1912 Alsina A. Perley 71 71 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Benjamin and Ruth (Mills) Perley.
~1158 - ~1188 Roger De Merley 30 30 [kkgedcom.ged]

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Mercy A. Thayer 1860 - 1920 Herbert A. Woodbury 60 60 1878 Leon Wesley Woodbury 1891 Pearl E. Woodbury ~1893 Alberta Woodbury 1807 - 1895 Nancy Webster 87 87 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Stephen Webster.
1829 Stillman H. Woodbury 1832 - 1912 Augustus Woodbury 79 79 [solongago.ged]

Lived here the rest of his life.
1836 - 1917 Mary Jane Pinkerton Davis 80 80 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Daniel K. and Betsey (Moore) Davis.
1865 Alice Jane Woodbury 1870 Mary Ella Woodbury 1893 Clarence Ellis 1838 Sarah Susan Woodbury ~1838 Albert P. Little 1844 - 1867 Mary Woodbury 23 23 1811 - 1868 Susan S. Brown 57 57 1820 - >1874 Martha Ayer 53 53 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Moses H. and Mary (Newhall) Ayer.
1836 - 1900 Daniel L. Woodbury 63 63 1843 - 1896 Lydia M. Jones 52 52 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Eliphalet and Abigail (Butler) Jones.
1867 - 1867 Cora E. Woodbury 5m 5m Living Brown 1839 - 1868 Moses H. Woodbury 28 28 1848 - 1851 Rodney H. Woodbury 3 3 1845 - 1910 Gilman Woodbury 65 65 1845 - 1914 Jane Merrill 68 68 [solongago.ged]

daughter of John and Roxcena (Merrill) Riley.
1874 Walter H. Woodbury Carrie G. Brown 1873 Lillian F. Rice [solongago.ged]

daughter of Jerome F. and Lizzie (Whitney) Rice.
1797 Claray Colby 1799 Sarah Colby 1803 - 1885 Hiram Colby 81 81 1805 Sterling Colby 1810 Lucy Colby 1812 Miriam Colby 1816 Selenda McCawley Colby 1813 Emely Colby 1798 - 1885 Massey Wheeler 86 86 1816 Achsah Elliot 1818 Mehitable Elliott 1821 - 1888 Esther Elliott 67 67 1894 - 1990 John Samuel Pease 96 96 1810 - 1895 Jr. Hadley Israel 85 85 1837 Lewis W. Hadley 1839 William I. Hadley 1842 Ruth A. Hadley 1870 George H. Hadley 1872 Alanson M. Hadley ? 1836 Sylvester Hadley 1896 - 1984 Elizabeth Alvina Pease 87 87 1842 - 1862 J. Francis Hadley 20 20 [solongago.ged]

Died while on his way home.
Enlisted in the Second Regiment, County F, sharpshooters.
Discharged, disabled.
1866 Emma N. Hadley 1869 Lucy Hadley 1842 Lauren P. Hadley 1847 Amos Erwin Hadley 1868 Gracia Hadley [solongago.ged]

Lost her hearing by sickness when three years old.
1866 Amos E. Hadley [solongago.ged]

He was not found in the 1900 census.
1869 Harris P. Hadley 1872 Ina E. Hadley 1808 - <1813 Colby ? 5 5 [solongago.ged]

Died in infancy.
1850 Anthon W. Colby 1869 Archibald McClure [solongago.ged]

He was not located in the 1900 census.
1869 Alice C. McClure 1856 Jessie L. Brown [solongago.ged]

daughter of John Brown and Nancy B. Goodhue
1874 Eva M. Colby 1819 George Colby 1820 Moses Colby 1823 Erie Colby 1825 - 1829 Irad Colby 3 3 1803 - 1873 Betsey Wheeler 70 70 [solongago.ged]

Daughter of Whitcher Wheeler of Goffstown.
1833 Lucinda Colby 1834 Amos Colby 1837 Irad Colby 1838 Willaby Colby 1840 - 1893 Betsey Ann Colby 53 53 1818 Olive R. Tucker 1843 Livinia Colby 1845 Samantha Colby 1846 - 1850 Myalma Colby 3 3 1848 - 1872 Arminda Colby 23 23 1850 - 1869 Nelson G. Colby 19 19 [solongago.ged]

Accidentally killed on the railroad.
1852 Marion S. Colby 1854 Mary A. Colby 1856 - 1874 Lucinda M. Colby 18 18 1860 Inez A. Colby 1863 - <1883 Willie Colby 20 20 [solongago.ged]

Died young.
1865 Frank J. Phinney 1870 George Edmund Phinney 1872 Wesley Eugene Phinney 1797 - 1884 Anna Hammond 87 87 ~1820 David P. Stevens Living Brown 1702 - 1751 Christian Dinwiddie 49 49 Please contact me at jmwarr@@juno.com if you are related to this family, or if you have additional information. James Warr


Please contact me at jmwarr@@juno.com if you are related to this family, or if you have additional information. James Warr
~1704 - 1769 William Hamilton 65 65 Please contact me at jmwarr@@juno.com if you are related to this family, or if you have additional information. James Warr ~1620 - 1682 Jean Thomson 62 62 1824 Elizabeth Eastman Clement 1829 John R. Bond [solongago.ged]

He was a railroad operator with $2500 real estate.  It appears
that he was living with his mother, Ann C. Bond, and seven
siblings.  He was the eldest.
1852 - 1867 Charles H. Bond 15 15 1854 - 1859 George C. Bond 5 5 1860 Walter P. Bond ~1860 Mabel Whittier 1868 John Bond 1847 Mary E. Stevens 1871 Irad Amos Colby [solongago.ged]

He was not found in the 1900 census.
1873 Charles Moses Colby 1875 George Ward Colby 1878 Anna May Colby 1880 Grace Alice Colby 1843 - 1881 Azubia Whitcher 38 38 ~1667 Elizabeth Cumming Please contact me at jmwarr@@juno.com if you are related to this family, or if you have additional information. James Warr 1894 Lucy E. Colby 1886 Betsy Azubia Clough 1890 Maggie Walter Clough 1836 Elenora A. Jenette Crosby 1862 - 1944 Frank Edgar Colby 81 81 [solongago.ged]

from the medical class
1888 Annie Frances Colby 1891 Frank E. Colby 1841 - 1883 Henry H. Thompson 42 42 [solongago.ged]

purchased a farm.
1868 Elizabeth Etta Thompson 1871 - 1872 Lucinda Thompson 1 1 1874 James Thompson 1802 - 1890 Dolly G. Davis 88 88 1821 - 1887 SusanColby 65 65 1823 - 1843 EzraColby 20 20 1826 LutherColby 1820 Hannah B. Palmer 1853 William M. Colby 1880 Florence B. Colby BET 11 DEC 1853 AND 26 AUG 1861 - <1873 IdaColby [solongago.ged]

Died young.
1861 Eletta F. Colby 1827 - 1888 Charles C. Morgan 60 60 1844 - 1865 Hamilton Morgan 20 20 1796 - 1873 Jeremiah Morgan 77 77 [solongago.ged]

son of William Morgan, an early settler in the Bog district.
A celebrated drummer.
1816 Seraiah Morgan Living Brown 1819 - 1825 John O. Morgan 6 6 1825 - 1845 James Morgan 20 20 ~1840 David H. Stevens ~1825 Iserel S. Johnson 1856 David A. Johnson 1889 Era May Bell ~1851 Ira Bell ~1862 Matilda Josephine Terrior Harriet L. Morgan Fales Perley Virgin 1858 Rosie Ella Johnson 1881 Bessie Virgin 1883 Bell Virgin ~1832 Haries S. Peters >1858 - 1933 Hattie K. Sargent 75 75 ~1833 Cornelia L. Hibbard ~1866 Alice M. Sargent >1850 Julia Sargent >1851 Etta Sargent >1853 Earl Sargent >1854 Olin Sargent ~1840 Frances Blake ~1873 Ida A. Sargent >1858 Willis S. Sargent ~1876 Jelesta Pillsbury 1872 - 1894 Linnia E. Hardy 22 22 1837 - 1865 Thomas A. Hammond 28 28 1844 John C. Hammond 1828 - 1902 Henry Johnson Tirrell 73 73 [solongago.ged]

son of Johnson and Abbie (Rowell) Tirrell.
Martha Ann La Duke 1813 - 1879 Lois P. Hadley 66 66 1860 - 1864 Emma E. Hammond 3 3 1863 William M. Hammond 1850 Jennie F. Slye [solongago.ged]

the daughter of Austin of Rygate, Vermont, and his wife Eliza.
1842 Cyrus Hammond >1858 Hammond 1872 Edith E. Colby 1874 Orren ElmusColby [solongago.ged]

"2nd child"
Living Bickle ~1264 - 1293 Joan De Vere 29 29 1864 Georgia B. Colby 1866 Hamilton M. Colby 1868 Amos W. Colby [solongago.ged]

The 1900 census shows an Amos W. Colby, carpenter, born Aug
1872, with parents both born in Vermont.  He was a boarder
living with the family of Henry Smith, in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire
1872 Edwin H. Colby 1825 Susan Colby 1230 - 1296 Robert De Vere 66 66 ~1837 George W. Colby ~1839 Eunice P. Heath ~1860 Nellie S. Colby ~1862 Carrie L. Colby ~1864 James A. Colby 1827 - 1860 John Colby 33 33 [solongago.ged]

in US Service
~1230 - 1317 Alice Saunford 87 87 ~1867 Katie W. Colby 1869 Sarah E. Colby 1874 George Willie Colby ~1878 Almond S. Colby 1832 - 1862 Eliza Jane Colby 30 30 [solongago.ged]

in residence with fifteen other women
1836 - 1885 Eli E. Colby 49 49 1838 - 1860 Mary Colby 22 22 [solongago.ged]

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1840 Syms Colby 1799 - 1884 Benjamin R. Stewart 85 85 1853 Augustus Freeland Waitt 1841 Clementine Augusta Colby 1880 Marion Lizzie Waitt 1886 George Lyman Waitt 1843 Latitia Colby Living Desjarlais ~1837 Ellen Severance 1859 Nellie A. Colby 1830 - 1858 John C. Wheeler 27 27 D. >1841 Skillings 1829 Harriet S. Colby Oscar Cummings 1852 John W. Merrill [solongago.ged]

son of Lorenzo G. and Sarah (Martin) Merrill.
married Mary E. Brown.
1835 - 1903 Francis O. Colby 68 68 [solongago.ged]

about two hundred acres of land, most of which was under
cultivation.
a Democrat
1837 - 1873 Henry ShurburnColby 36 36 [solongago.ged]

accidentally killed
Living Desjarlais 1839 - 1844 Alfred E. Colby 4 4 1733 - 1800 Janet Hamilton 67 67 Please contact me at jmwarr@@juno.com if you are related to this family, or if you have additional information. James Warr 1868 Mary B. Colby 1841 - 1862 Lewis R. Colby 21 21 [solongago.ged]

after being taken prisoner
served in the Civil War in the 112th Illinois Regiment
1843 Sarah E. B. Colby 1845 - 1888 Mary E. Colby 42 42 1839 - 1911 Carrie Farley 71 71 [solongago.ged]

daughter of Caleb Fletcher Farley, a farmer born in Hollis,
N.H., and Sarah Hastings, born in Hopkinton.
1866 - 1902 Nellie J. Colby 35 35 [solongago.ged]

living with Nellie's parents, Francis & Caroline Colby
1808 - 1876 George Davis 67 67 [solongago.ged]

in the house in which he was born.
became a member of the Methodist church.
1870 - 1891 Lilla May Colby 20 20 ~0914 - ~0970 Juhel De Berenger 56 56 Lafayette S. Lakeman [solongago.ged]

living with Nellie's parents, Francis & Caroline Colby
1896 Harold P. Lakeman [solongago.ged]

served in World War I.
Living Brown 1901 - 1964 Frank C. Lakeman 63 63 1876 - 1959 Cressie Almira Prather 83 83 [v50t0162.ftw]

Facts about this person:

Alt. Died
purpura hemprrhagica Due to senility
1864 William Henry Beals [solongago.ged]

son of John and Lucy (Beals) Beals.
married Ella Tama Butterfield of New Boston (b. 29 Aug 1874,
dau. of Wm. C. & Abbie (Corliss) Butterfield).
Also in the household was wife, Ella, and daughter, Gladys E.
Beals.  William was a carpenter.
Gladys Ella Beals, the daughter of William Henry and Ella Tama
Beals, was born.
Lucy Brent Beals, daughter of William Henry and Ella Tama
Beals, was born.  She died the same year.
George William Beals, the son of William Henry and Ella Tama
Beals, was born.
Ella Tama Beals died
William again remarried to Cora E. Holbrook of Goffstown (b. 2
July 1868, dau. of Ralph & Henrietta (Parker) Holbrook).
1879 - >1907 Ira DoWayne Larkin 28 28 1899 - 1994 Eva Arlouein Larkin 94 94 1842 - 1915 Orrin T. Clough 73 73 [solongago.ged]

Son of Luther Clough, of Bow.
Purchased the farm where Eliphalet Jones lived during the last
of his life.
1817 Anna Woodbury 1843 Cynthia A. Davis 1840 Jesse Cate Harold Runsch Palmer ~1841 Trussell 1901 - 1990 Iva Carrie Larkin 88 88 [v50t0162.ftw]

Facts about this person:

Education 1915
Dutch Town Public School LeBoeuf Pa.
1891 Ramona May Beals 1887 - 1950 Paul St. John 63 63 [v50t0162.ftw]

Facts about this person:

Alt. Died
hypertention due to congestive heart failure
1896 Willoughby Amos Colby [solongago.ged]

male, white, live birth, 3rd child.
Birth filed by Dr A P Chesley, Concord, New Hampshire, 1 Jan 1897
1877 Colby [solongago.ged]

male, white, live birth, 1st child.  Father    .
1835 Julia Ann Colby 1831 Lucian Byron Gould 1835 Mary Malvina Gould Fransis Richard Mcintyre 1853 - 1880 Fayette L. Larkin 26 26 1891 - 1891 Emma Jane Glines 6m 6m 1892 - 1970 Harry Bruttreen Glines 78 78 1894 - 1973 Laura Mae Glines 79 79 1837 Ellen Augusta Gould 1897 - 1978 Albert Henry Glines 80 80 1906 - 1986 Edna Luella Glines 80 80 1884 - 1892 Josephine Payne 8 8 [solongago.ged]

Died of diphtheria.
1886 - 1967 Nellie Payne 81 81 1888 - 1945 Julia Payne 56 56 1891 - 1891 Payne 10d 10d 1860 Mary Wilkins 1892 - 1940 Ai Earl Payne 48 48 1894 - 1946 James William Jr. Payne 51 51 1898 - 1934 Bert Payne 35 35 [solongago.ged]

Unmarried.
1898 - 1968 Bertha Payne 69 69 1901 - 1976 Erastus Orren Payne 75 75 1906 - 1956 Henry Bruttreen Payne 50 50 1887 - 1927 Earl Ray Glines 40 40 1889 - 1959 Edward Lee Glines 70 70 1890 - 1983 Myrtle Lillian Glines 92 92 1923 - 1931 Rose Louise St. John 7 7 [v50t0162.ftw]

Facts about this person:

Alt. Died
Burnt in a fire
1892 - 1943 Harry Mickeal Glines 51 51 1894 - 1960 Carrie May Glines 65 65 1896 - 1979 Effie Ida Glines 83 83 1852 Clarissa Gould 1897 - 1940 Maude Elsie Glines 42 42 1899 - 1963 Ethel Helen Glines 63 63 1901 - 1985 Lettie Leona Glines 83 83 1903 - 1988 Charles Arthur Glines 84 84 1905 - 1986 Ruel Richard Glines 81 81 Lela Ann Glines 1834 Catharina Trautmann [JamesLinage.GED]

Trautman, Trautmann, or Troutman is found in early records of Bavarian families. The name is a from of Trotman or Trottman, according to one surname authority, prevalent from the 12th century and derives from the Teutonic Trott, for beloved, dear friend, plus suffix man. Another form of the name is Trautman. in 1619 historians refer to Maxumilian Trautman, an Austrian statesman and diplomat, who was insrumental in concluding a treaty of peace between Ferdinand and Maxumilian of Bavaria. Later he negotiated the peace of Westphalia.
1925 - 1991 Emest Paul St. John 65 65 1909 - 1994 Florence Fern Glines 84 84 1915 - 1974 Floyd Verdon Glines 59 59 ~1832 John S. Libbey [solongago.ged]

in the army
1840 Jerome B. Hatch 1862 John Elmer Hatch 1864 Albert Ellworth Hatch 1870 - 1944 Caroline Priscilla Dubia 73 73 Private Marjory Jean Wilmer Living St. John 1881 - 1884 Carry B. Merrill 3 3 Private Charels Mearl Mook 1892 Merrill Private Joseph Mazucci 1895 - 1896 Eunice L. Merrill 1 1 Living St. John 1897 Angus Merrill Living Thompson 1870 Anna D. Cate Strachan 1862 George E. Cate 1872 Orrin Jesse Cate 1874 Mary Jane Cate 1851 - 1852 Ella L. Tirrell 7m 7m 1881 Ira Herbert Cate 1885 Dolly Cate Living St. John 1854 George H. Tirrell Living Hecker 1852 - 1914 Georgia A. Clark 62 62 Living Lockwood Ina Claire Woodward 1880 Perley Clark Tirrell 1853 Johnson 1872 Anna L. Thompson 1845 - 1924 Sophronia Colby 78 78 1843 - 1921 Aaron Barton 77 77 1843 Charles H. Colby 1846 Sarah E. Colby Living Jackson Living Stanly 1848 Lucina M. Colby 1851 Milton Colby 1851 Maretta Colby 1856 - 1856 Edgar J. Tirrell 5m 5m 1856 John A. Colby [solongago.ged]

There was a marriage of a John A. Colby to an Ada M. Young on 7
Jan 1886  in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine.
1858 Martha L. Colby 1867 - 1952 Martha Bickford Barton 85 85 1868 - 1929 Edmund Barton 61 61 1866 - 1866 Buddy Miles 5m 5m Living Morris 1857 - 1857 Clarence E. Tirrell 2m 2m 1827 Saluria N. Colby 1839 Josephine Colby 1839 Cynthia Ann Colby 1863 George Henry Perley