Samuel Quimby

Male - Yes, date unknown

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  • Name  Samuel Quimby 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID  I3153  Main
    Last Modified  29 Oct 2016 

    Family  Mary Lockwood,   b. 22 Jun 1794, Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Sep 1812 
    Last Modified  12 Dec 2013 
    Family ID  F545  Group Sheet

  • Documents
    1700's Robert Lockwood Genealogy
    1700's Robert Lockwood Genealogy
    790. Robert Lockwood (Robert,1 Jonathan,2 Still John,3 Caleb,4 Isaac5), born at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, died May 8th, 1853, in Brooklyn, New York; son of Isaac and Susannah (Wygant) Lockwood; m., December 15th, 1792, at Newburgh, New York, Miriam Gardner, born at Newburgh, Orange County, N. Y., died there November 7th, 1846, daughter of Samuel and Abigail (Weed) Gardner.
    1521. Mary Lockwood, born June 22d 1794, m. Samuel Quimby.
    1522. John W. Lockwood born May 20th, 1797, m. Rachel Gardner.
    1523. Isaac Lockwood, born April 15, 1799 m. Abigail Weed.
    1524. Eliza Lockwood, born April 19th, 1801, m. Stephen Halsted.
    1525. Susannah Lockwood, born October 13th, 1803, m. Silas G. Weed.
    1526. Sarah Lockwood, born November 12th, 1806, m. David B. Gardner.
    1527. Catharine Lockwood, born December 19th, 1808, m. Parsons Inglee.
    1528. Fanny Lockwood, born February 2d, 1811, m. William J. Pell.
    1529. Robert G. Lockwood, born January 13th, 1812, m. Lucretia Wing.
    1530. Miriam Lockwood, born December 18th, 1814, unm.
    1531. Almira Lockwood, born January 18th, 1817, m. Jacob Westlake.
    All born at Newburgh, New York.
    Source: Descendants of Robert Lockwood: Colonial and Revolutionary history of the Lockwood family in America, from A.D. 1630 (Google eBook) James Lockwood, Printed privately by the family, 1889, Page 312

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