Palmer W. Lodge

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     Palmer W. Lodge is the son of Edgar Allen Poe Lodge and Madeleine W. Hotchkin. Palmer W. Lodge married Harriet Josephine Jackson in 1949 at PA, USA.1
Last Edited=27 Mar 2017

Children of Palmer W. Lodge and Harriet Josephine Jackson

Citations

  1. [S1293] Social Security Applications and Claims 1936 to 2007.

Paul Jackson Lodge

M, (18 January 1958 - 24 January 1963)
Paul Lodge, September 1959
     Paul Jackson Lodge was born on 18 January 1958 at Frankford, Philadelphia County, PA, USA.1 He was the son of Palmer W. Lodge and Harriet Josephine Jackson. Paul Jackson Lodge died on 24 January 1963 at Frankfort Hospital, Frankford, Philadelphia County, PA, USA, at age 5.1 He was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, USA.
Last Edited=23 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S1254] Death Certificates.

Richard Curtis Lodge

M, (27 January 1920 - August 2002)
Richard Curtis Lodge, about 1974
     Richard Curtis Lodge was born on 27 January 1920 at PA, USA. Cert # 127190 name give as Richard Hotchkin. He was the son of Edgar Allen Poe Lodge and Madeleine W. Hotchkin. Richard Curtis Lodge appeared on the census of 1930 at Catawissa, Columbia County, PA, USA. The census lists the family as: Clark D. Bowers, 72, first married at 22, born PA, parents born PA, barber; wife Besse M., 43, first married at 16, born PA, parents born PA; dau Lucy M., 42, single, born PA, parents born PA, department store clerk; stepdau Ruth E. Keller, 27, single, born PA, parents born PA, knitter in hosery mill; lodger Richard C. Lodge, 10, single, born PA, father born PA, mother French Canada.. He married Genevieve Mary Lamb, daughter of William P. Lamb and Mary Anna Fiore, on 24 June 1951 at Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ, USA. Richard Curtis Lodge died in August 2002 at Brick, Bucks County, PA, USA, at age 82. He was buried at Brig. Gen. Wm. C. Doyle Veterans Memorial, at Wrightstown, Burlington County, NJ, USA.

     At the 1920 census Clark D. Bowers, 54, barber and Bess A., 34 are also in Catawissa with 3 daughters, Lucy M, age 34, Ruth E., 17 and Florence I, 14. At the 1910 census of Catawissa he is age 48, widowed and dau Lucy M., age 22 and single. Richard is not with them at the 1920 census and can not be found.
Last Edited=13 Jan 2015

Children of Richard Curtis Lodge and Genevieve Mary Lamb

Sharon Lodge

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     Sharon Lodge is the daughter of Palmer W. Lodge and Harriet Josephine Jackson. Sharon Lodge married Nicholas Damiano on 6 October 1973 at Bucks County, PA, USA.
Last Edited=9 Mar 2008

Family: Sharon Lodge and Nicholas Damiano

Charles Stanton Loeber

M, (12 March 1892 - 11 June 1950)
     Charles Stanton Loeber was born on 12 March 1892 at Napa County, CA, USA.1,2 He married Lydia Annette Brown circa 1920 at CA, USA. Charles Stanton Loeber married Vera Christine Cussans, daughter of John Southwood Cussans, circa 1929 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, USA. Charles Stanton Loeber and Vera Christine Cussans were divorced in 1939 at CA. He married Virginia Rogers Swan at CA circa 1940. Charles Stanton Loeber died on 11 June 1950 at Fairfax, Marin County, CA, USA, at age 58.1,2

     He and his wife Virginia operated Loeber's camera shop in San Francisco during the 1940's and 1950's. At the 1930 census he is age 37, divorced and living in Los Angeles, CA.
Last Edited=17 Jan 2017

Children of Charles Stanton Loeber and Lydia Annette Brown

Child of Charles Stanton Loeber and Vera Christine Cussans

Family: Charles Stanton Loeber and Virginia Rogers Swan

Citations

  1. [S139] California Death Index 1940- 1997.
  2. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014, Mar 1985.

Mary Beth Loeber

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     Mary Beth Loeber is the daughter of Charles Stanton Loeber and Vera Christine Cussans. Mary Beth Loeber married Kenneth Wray Walcott on 16 March 1973 at Tarrant County, TX, USA.1
Last Edited=16 Mar 2009

Family: Mary Beth Loeber and Kenneth Wray Walcott

Citations

  1. [S141] Texas Marriage Index 1814-1909 & 1966-2002.

Paula Anne Loeber

F, (9 November 1920 - 12 September 2006)
     Paula Anne Loeber was born on 9 November 1920 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, USA. She was the daughter of Charles Stanton Loeber and Lydia Annette Brown. Paula Anne Loeber married Frank Clay Creasey, son of Frank Oscar Creasey and Amy Clay, in 1940 at CA, USA. Paula's obituary says that they were married 56 years at the time of Frank's 1997 death.. Paula Anne Loeber died on 12 September 2006 at Hood River, Hood River County, OR, USA, at age 85. Obituaries - Sept. 20

Paula Creasey
Paula Anne Loeber Creasey, born in San Francisco, Calif., on Nov. 9, 1920, died in Hood River, Ore., on Sept. 12, 2006, at the age of 85. She was the widow of Frank Clay Creasey, to whom she was married for 56 years before his death in 1997.
She was the daughter of Charles Stanton Loeber, a noted California landscape photographer from the San Francisco Bay area, and Lydia Annette Brown, originally from Baltimore, Md; and the sister of Thomas Loeber, all of whom predeceased her.
Paula lived in San Francisco, including on Corinthian Island (later connected to the mainland as part of Belvedere), and in the Los Angeles area as a child. She graduated from John Marshall High School in Los Angeles in 1937 and from UCLA in 1942 with a bachelor?s degree in dietetics, having been persuaded that her real interest, chemistry, was not a suitable major for a young woman.
While at UCLA she met her future husband, a tall, handsome ROTC officer whom she married on Dec. 16, 1940. Following her graduation, she and her husband moved to Bakersfield, Calif., where he drilled oil wells, in which endeavor she helped (firing the boiler and racking pipe) until the birth in 1943 of the first of their six children.
In 1952 the family, now including two daughters and two sons, moved to St. Helena, Calif., in the Napa Valley, where the last daughter and son were born and where her husband founded Central Valley Builders Supply and later became a building contractor and farmer.
Once all her children were in school, Paula taught home economics for a few years at St. Helena High School and also did some substitute teaching. From 1962 to 1982 she worked for the U.S. Postal Service in St. Helena, ultimately becoming the assistant postmaster. Her career with the post office included promotions to positions not previously filled by women; such opportunities having resulted from the passage of federal legislation in 1964 that prohibited discrimination against women in federal employment.
After her retirement in 1982, she and her husband relocated to Mendocino County and lived near the sea, where they had a large and flourishing vegetable garden and boarded a few horses and enjoyed entertaining their growing crop of grandchildren, who loved visiting Grandma and Grampa in the country.
In 1996, Paula and Frank moved to The Dalles. Eleven months later, the unexpected death of her husband ended the dream of happy years of visits from far-flung children and grandchildren in the big house in The Dalles, and shortly thereafter Paula moved to Down Manor in Hood River. She became a member of St. Mark?s Episcopal Church but advancing ill health limited her activities. She resided at Down Manor until her final illness.
While in St. Helena, Paula was a member of Grace Episcopal Church and sang in the church choir and served on the Altar Guild. For several years, as the wife of a member of the local Kiwanis Club, she was a player in the annual Kiwanis Kapades, singing and performing in melodramas with themes from notable eras, such as the Roaring Twenties and the Gay Nineties.
She was a Girl Scout leader while her daughters were in Girl Scouts and a den mother while her sons were in Cub Scouts. She loved oil painting and took evening painting classes at the high school, and she was an accomplished poet, writing lyrical or whimsical or thoughtful poems about her world ? the natural beauty around her, her family and children, the past, the future, the humor of everyday things.
With her husband, she helped spearhead the ultimately successful effort to pass the bond issue that financed the construction of the Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School in St. Helena. While in Mendocino she took creative writing classes at the local community college and made the world?s best strawberry jam from strawberries grown by her husband. Together they enjoyed numerous trips all over the world, occasionally accompanied by one or two lucky grandchildren.
Paula was a wonderful cook and seamstress, making clothes for her children and grandchildren, especially beautiful prom dresses remembered with great affection by her daughters. She liked Scrabble and crossword puzzles and bridge, and even after her sight failed, she would team up with a grandchild to be her eyes and together they would compete at word games with the rest of the family.
Paula is survived by her six children and 11 grandchildren: Penelope Greenberg (and husband Scott) of San Carlos, Calif., and their daughters Emily, Amelia and Jill; Victoria Kelsey (and husband Joseph) of Hood River, Ore., and their children Elaine and William; Clay Creasey (and wife Abla) of Wayne, N.J., and their daughters Alia and Amanda; Paul Creasey (and wife Paula) of Sequim, Wash; Juliana Creasey of Lebanon, N.H; and Stanton Creasey (and wife Carol) of Sequim, Wash., and their children Adrianna, Olivia, Loretta and Anthony.
Also surviving are Paula?s stepsister, San Ball; half-sister, Mary Beth Loeber Walcott; and cousin, Annette Dobbs; as well as numerous nieces and nephews and other relatives.
A memorial service will be held at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Hood River on Sunday, Sept. 24, at 1:30 p.m. All are welcome.



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Last Edited=10 Feb 2008

Thomas Stanton Loeber

M, (2 September 1922 - 7 January 2005)
     Thomas Stanton Loeber was born on 2 September 1922 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, USA.1,2,3 He was the son of Charles Stanton Loeber and Lydia Annette Brown. Thomas Stanton Loeber died on 7 January 2005 at Fallbrook, San Diego County, CA, USA, at age 82. Husband of Rechelle M Porter also called Rachelle C. Mathews. Because of the M before Porter it is believed that Mathews is her maiden name..1,2
Last Edited=9 Mar 2017

Citations

  1. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.
  2. [S1293] Social Security Applications and Claims 1936 to 2007.
  3. [S140] California Birth Index 1905- 1995.

Marcia Kay Loeffler

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     Marcia Kay Loeffler married Richard Blair Hishman, son of William Bryan Hishman and Helen Frances Hotchkin, on 11 June 1964 at Orange County, FL, USA.1
Last Edited=28 Feb 2017

Family: Marcia Kay Loeffler and Richard Blair Hishman

Citations

  1. [S614] Florida Marriages 1822 - 1875 and 1927- 2001 and 1980 to 2010, Vol 2231, Cert # 20262.

Thomas E. Lofton II

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     Thomas E. Lofton II married Rebecca Lynn Councilman, daughter of Frederick E. Councilman and Edith Louise Lee, on 16 June 1995 at Lansing, Ingham County, MI, USA. Thomas E. Lofton II and Rebecca Lynn Councilman were divorced in 2001 at MI, USA.
Last Edited=11 Feb 2007

Family: Thomas E. Lofton II and Rebecca Lynn Councilman

Sharon Logan

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     Sharon Logan married Jerry D. Smith, son of Leo J. Smith and Ethel Marie Umlor.
Last Edited=7 Apr 2017

Child of Sharon Logan and Jerry D. Smith

Susan Loker

F, (21 April 1817 - )
     Susan was born at Natick, Middlesex County, MA, USA, on 21 April 1817. At the 1880 census of Grant Park, Kankakee County, IL she is age 60, about 1820, born NY, parents born MA. Parents were Ephraim and Susan Loker..1 She married Daniel Hotchkin at NY, USA, circa 1843.

     Her surname found in IL County Marriages 1800 to 1940 for daughter Emma E. Hotchkin.
MA town and Vital Records 1620 to 1988 show her Birth on 21 Apr 1817 in Natick, MA.
Last Edited=2 Jul 2017

Children of Susan Loker and Daniel Hotchkin

Citations

  1. [S1237] Massachusett Births and Christenings 1639 to 1904.

Beatrice Rebecca Long

F, (November 1852 - 1937)
     Beatrice Rebecca Long was born in November 1852 at MS, USA. She married William Anderson Welch on 19 March 1890 at Poteau, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. Beatrice Rebecca Long died in 1937 at Le Flore County, OK, USA. She was buried at Spiro City Cemetery, at Spiro, Le Flore County, OK, USA.

     Daughter of Joseph Long and Emilene M. Baker.
Last Edited=7 Apr 2017

Family: Beatrice Rebecca Long and William Anderson Welch

Edward Longacre

M, (August 1866 - 11 July 1933)
     Edward Longacre was born in August 1866 at NJ, USA. 1900 census.1 He married Rebecca W. Flanagin on 25 November 1891 at Penns Grove, Salem County, NJ, USA. Married 8 years at the 1900 census of Woolwich, NJ.. Edward Longacre died on 11 July 1933 at Swedesboro, Gloucester County, NJ, USA, at age 66.1 He was buried at Lake Park Cemetery, at Swedesboro, Gloucester County, NJ, USA.

     Son of Peter H. and Martha Holton Longacre.
Last Edited=7 Apr 2017

Child of Edward Longacre and Rebecca W. Flanagin

Citations

  1. [S163]

Grace Pidgen Longacre

F, (5 February 1899 - 23 March 1954)
     Grace Pidgen Longacre was born on 5 February 1899 at Woolwich, Gloucester County, NJ, USA. 1900 census, Feb 1899, age 1. She was the daughter of Edward Longacre and Rebecca W. Flanagin. Grace Pidgen Longacre married David George McCormick, son of David Feaster McCormick and Margaret(Maggie) P. Link, on 23 June 1917 at Camden, Camden County, NJ, USA. Grace Pidgen Longacre died on 23 March 1954 at Bridgeport, Gloucester County, NJ, USA, at age 55. She was buried at Bridgeport Cemetery, at Bridgeport, Gloucester County, NJ, USA. McCormick, Grace Longacre 1899-1954 wo David G..
Last Edited=13 Mar 2008

Children of Grace Pidgen Longacre and David George McCormick

Kathryn M. Longley

F, (1 April 1879 - 15 March 1948)
     Kathryn M. Longley was born on 1 April 1879 at Niagara Falls, Niagara County, NY, USA. She married Chauncey Earl Halstead, son of Alexander Aklin Halstead and Anna Devlin, on 3 January 1898 at NY, USA. Married 6 years at 1900 census.. Kathryn M. Longley died on 15 March 1948 at Niagara County, NY, USA, at age 68. Internet posting. She was buried at Corwin Cemetery, at Newfane, Niagara County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=30 May 2015

Family: Kathryn M. Longley and Chauncey Earl Halstead

Herman Edgar Lonsberry

M, (1876 - 1940)
     Herman Edgar Lonsberry was born in 1876 at MI, USA. He married Maude Rosine Sperry at Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, MI, USA, on 24 January 1900.1 Herman Edgar Lonsberry registered for the World War I Draft on 12 September 1918 while living at Lansing, Ingham County, MI, USA. The registration card gave additional information on him: "Herman Edgar Lonsberry, born 24 aug 1875, wife Maude Rosine Lonsberry.". He appeared on the census of 1920 at Windsor Twp, Eaton County, MI, USA. The census lists the family as: Herman Lonsberry, 44, born MI, father born NY, mother born England, farmer; Maude R., 47, born PA, parents born PA; dau Zurah A., 16, born MI.. He died in 1940 at Eaton County, MI, USA. Burieal records. He was buried at Delta Center Cemetery, at Delta Twp, Eaton County, MI, USA. Site O,3,1.
Last Edited=14 Apr 2017

Child of Herman Edgar Lonsberry and Maude Rosine Sperry

Citations

  1. [S409] Michigan Marriage Records 1867 to 1952.

Zurah Adel Lonsberry

F, (19 July 1903 - 21 February 1971)
Zurah Hotchkin holding son Ward, Uncle Jim in foreground
     Zurah Adel Lonsberry was born on 19 July 1903 at Windsor Twp, Eaton County, MI, USA.1 She was the daughter of Herman Edgar Lonsberry and Maude Rosine Sperry. She married James Ward Hotchkin Sr. at Windsor Twp, Eaton County, MI, on 21 September 1924. Zurah Adel Lonsberry died on 21 February 1971 at Windsor Twp, Eaton County, MI, at age 67.1 She was buried at Delta Center Cemetery, at Delta Twp, Eaton County, MI, USA. Buried Sec O/03/03..
Last Edited=6 Feb 2015

Children of Zurah Adel Lonsberry and James Ward Hotchkin Sr.

Citations

  1. [S231] Michigan Death Index 1971 - 1996.

Mary E. Look

F, (2 February 1857 - 5 May 1917)
     Mary E. Look was born on 2 February 1857 at Scott County, IA, USA.1 She was the daughter of William Gardner Look and Martha Jane Wheeler. She married Richard Edward Deighton at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA, on 28 March 1878. Mary E. Look died on 5 May 1917 at Rochester, Monroe County, NY, USA, at age 60.1 She was buried at Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=9 Jul 2009

Children of Mary E. Look and Richard Edward Deighton

Citations

  1. [S163]

William Gardner Look

M, (30 August 1831 - 9 October 1896)
     William Gardner Look was born on 30 August 1831 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.1 He married Martha Jane Wheeler in 1856 at Steuben County, NY, USA. William Gardner Look died on 9 October 1896 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, at age 65.1 He was buried at Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=5 Aug 2009

Child of William Gardner Look and Martha Jane Wheeler

Citations

  1. [S163]

Amanda R. Loomis

F, (19 November 1806 - 18 May 1844)
     Amanda R. Loomis was born on 19 November 1806 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. "John Hopkins of Cambridge, MA 1634 and some of his Descendants, pg 271" and "Loomis Genealogy pg. 288." She was the daughter of Gamaliel Loomis and Nancy Kellogg. She married Asa Hopkins at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, on 3 February 1825. "John Hopkins of Cambridge, MA 1634 and some of his Descendants, pg 271". Amanda R. Loomis died on 18 May 1844 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, at age 37. She was buried at Highland Cemetery, at Marcellus, Onondaga County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=22 Dec 2014

Children of Amanda R. Loomis and Asa Hopkins

Fedelia Loomis

F, (27 November 1809 - 17 December 1897)
     Fedelia Loomis was born on 27 November 1809 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. She was the daughter of Gamaliel Loomis and Elizabeth Root. Fedelia Loomis died on 17 December 1897 at Oak Park, Cook County, IL, USA, at age 88. Wife of Seymour Goodkins.
Last Edited=17 Jan 2017

Flavel Loomis

M, (8 March 1811 - 3 June 1833)
     Flavel Loomis was born on 8 March 1811 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. Loomis Genealogy, pg 288. He was the son of Gamaliel Loomis and Elizabeth Root. Flavel Loomis died on 3 June 1833 at Summit County, OH, USA, at age 22. Died at Wes. Rev. College.. He was buried at Old Hudson Twp. Burying Grounds, at Hudson, Summit County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=15 May 2015

Gamaliel Loomis

M, (20 November 1771 - 12 December 1864)
     Gamaliel was born at Coventry, Tolland County, CT, USA, on 20 November 1771. Internet posting. He married Nancy Kellogg at NY, USA, in October 1796. Internet posting. Gamaliel Loomis married Elizabeth Root on 17 December 1807 at NY. Gamaliel Loomis died on 12 December 1864 at Raymond, Racine County, WI, USA, at age 93. He was buried at Oak Grove Cemetery, at Raymond, Racine County, WI, USA.

     Gamaliel Loomis (1771 - 1864)
By 1846 when Gamaliel Loomis was 74, five of his children had died (Nancy, Polly, Amanda, Flavel and Hannah) and the other four had moved West. Shopronia Hart in Belvidere IL, Livonia Prentiss in Quincy IL, Fidelia Gookins in Terre Haute IN, and Theron in Mendon IL. In May of 1846 Gamaliel and his wife Elizabeth headed West to join them. Gamaliel's grand daughter Abitha Alderman wrote to her future husband Paul Howe on May 21, 1846, "Grandfather and mother left this week Monday, probably the last time I shall ever see them."

In July, Elizabeth Loomis wrote to Abitha describing their journey:

July 2lth 1846
My Dear Abitha

I would with gratitude recount the kindness of our heavenly Father manifested to your Grand Father and Me in our Journings which I will here briefley describe. In Canandaigua we took the cars, arrived at Rochester 1 pm. Went in to the City purchased about twenty Dollars worth of books. That evening Monday took a packet boat, arrived at Buffalo Tuesday 6 pm. At 7 took pasage in the DeWitt Clinton bound for Toledo but did not sail until 2 am. Had a pleasant but slow pasage. Thursday about sun down took a Canal boat and pursued our course down the Ma Me canal arrived at Fort Wayne Saturday eve. Stayed there over the sabbath. ...

Monday we again set sail on the Ma me. in a boat bound to Lafayette where we arrived Tuesday evening. There we expected to find a boat bound to Terre Haute; boats had gone out the evening before and more were hourly expected. But the water had fallen and none arrived. Had boats run, we could have got their in a short time but we had to take the stage after waiting two nights and one day. We had a fine view of the flourshing village, but we left it without regret for our round about passage in the stage of one hundred 25 miles we arrived at Terre Haute Friday about 9 p.m. ...

We spent over two weeks in Terre Haute then left for your uncle Theron's. We took the stage Tuesday morning about two o'clock bound to St. Louis a distance of 188 miles which was accomplished in forty hours. We then took a steam boat which was ready and proceded up the Mississippi 190 miles to Quincy. Arrived there Thursday near sundown. Friday morning went to Mendon 19 miles from Quincy. ...
Elizabeth Loomis


Note: The "Ma Me" canal would be the Wabash and Erie canal system which in part traverses the Maumee River.
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wabash_and_Erie_Canal)

Edited for punctuation, capitalization and spelling.
Transcribed from the original by Harlan Howe
Edited by Donald Howe, 4th great-grandson of Gamaliel Loomis.
Last Edited=23 Jun 2016

Children of Gamaliel Loomis and Nancy Kellogg

Children of Gamaliel Loomis and Elizabeth Root

Hannah P. Loomis

F, (6 January 1817 - 26 July 1843)
     Hannah P. Loomis was born on 6 January 1817 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. She was the daughter of Gamaliel Loomis and Elizabeth Root. Hannah P. Loomis died on 26 July 1843 at NY, USA, at age 26. Loomis Genealogy, pg 288, unmarried NY. She was buried at Prattsburgh Pioneer Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=24 Apr 2016

Livonia Loomis

F, (27 November 1809 - 23 March 1848)
     Livonia Loomis was born on 27 November 1809 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. Loomis Genealogy, pg 288. She was the daughter of Gamaliel Loomis and Elizabeth Root. Livonia Loomis died on 23 March 1848 at age 38. Loomis Genealogy, pg 288 Married Harvey P.Prentice..
Last Edited=23 Jun 2016

Nancy Loomis

F, (19 October 1799 - 2 January 1828)
     Nancy Loomis was born on 19 October 1799 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. She was the daughter of Gamaliel Loomis and Nancy Kellogg. Nancy Loomis died on 2 January 1828 at Madison County, NY, USA, at age 28. Wife of Eliha Allis, Age 30 at death according to cemetery records.. She was buried at Evergreen Cemetery, at Cazenovia, Madison County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=21 Dec 2014

Polly Sprague Loomis

F, (16 November 1801 - 5 June 1842)
     Polly Sprague Loomis was born on 16 November 1801 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. Internet posting. She was the daughter of Gamaliel Loomis and Nancy Kellogg. Polly Sprague Loomis died on 5 June 1842 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, at age 40. Wife of M ilo Alderman. She was buried at Prattsburgh Pioneer Cemetery, at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=15 May 2015

Sophronia Loomis

F, (7 March 1805 - 25 March 1852)
     Sophronia Loomis was born on 7 March 1805 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. Internet posting. She was the daughter of Gamaliel Loomis and Nancy Kellogg. Sophronia Loomis married Thomas Hart on 2 May 1837. Sophronia Loomis died on 25 March 1852 at Belvidere, Boone County, IL, USA, at age 47. Wife of Thomas Hart.. She was buried at Belvidere Cemetery, at Belvidere, Boone County, IL, USA.
Last Edited=24 Apr 2016

Family: Sophronia Loomis and Thomas Hart

Theron Loomis

M, (7 July 1814 - 18 May 1896)
     Theron Loomis was born on 7 July 1814 at Prattsburgh, Steuben County, NY, USA. Loomis Genealogy, pg 288. He was the son of Gamaliel Loomis and Elizabeth Root. Theron Loomis died on 18 May 1896 at Waukesha County, WI, USA, at age 81. He was buried at Union Cemetery, at Menomonee Falls, Waukesha County, WI, USA.
Last Edited=23 Jun 2016