Samuel Colby1

b. December 30, 1720
  • Last Edited: 7 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. Vital records of Amesbury, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849, , at https://archive.org/details/vitalrecordsofam00ames . Topsfield, Mass.: Topsfield Historical Society, (1913) , p. 65.
  2. Vital records of Amesbury, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849, , at https://archive.org/details/vitalrecordsofam00ames . Topsfield, Mass.: Topsfield Historical Society, (1913) , p. 318.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Colby1

  • Last Edited: 2 Jun 2012

Family:

Citations

  1. Https://www.facebook.com/groups/63295837765/.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Colby1

b. 1784
  • Samuel Colby was born in 1784.1
  • He was the son of Aaron Colby.1
  • Last Edited: 2 Jun 2012

Family:

Citations

  1. Https://www.facebook.com/groups/63295837765/.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Colby1

b. 1903
  • Last Edited: 2 Jun 2012

Family:

Citations

  1. Https://www.facebook.com/groups/63295837765/.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Colby1

b. August 6, 1815
  • Last Edited: 5 Mar 2015

Citations

  1. Leander W. Cogswell, History of the Town of Henniker, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, , at http://books.google.com/books?id=LAt3rGRO88oC . Concord: Republican Press Association, (1880) , p. 518.
  2. http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/COLBY/2011-08/1314560709
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Colby1

b. December 4, 1731, d. before August 17, 1735
  • Last Edited: 27 Jan 2016

Citations

  1. Frederick Lewis Weis, The Colby family in early America; early generations of the descendants of Anthony Colby of Boston, Cambridge, Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, 1595-1661, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=TXdGAAAAMAAJ . Caledonia: The Colonial Press, (1970) , pp. 52-3.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Colby1

b. August 17, 1735
  • Last Edited: 27 Jan 2016

Citations

  1. Frederick Lewis Weis, The Colby family in early America; early generations of the descendants of Anthony Colby of Boston, Cambridge, Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, 1595-1661, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=TXdGAAAAMAAJ . Caledonia: The Colonial Press, (1970) , pp. 52-3.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Capt. Samuel Alexander Colby1

b. September 26, 1818, d. September 18, 1898
  • Reference: 0224ibd
  • Last Edited: 18 Jan 2017

Family: Mercy M. Hutchings b. June 10, 1818

Citations

  1. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=71669704
    Created by: Veteran Guy
    Record added: Jun 20, 2011.
  2. Harrison Colby, A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768, , at https://archive.org/details/genealogyofdesce00colb . Concord, N.H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association, (1895) Microfilm #896944 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 134.
  3. Harrison Colby, A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768, , at https://archive.org/details/genealogyofdesce00colb . Concord, N.H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association, (1895) Microfilm #896944 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 138.
  4. 1850 United States. Census Office. 7th census, Population schedules of the seventh census of the United States, 1850, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1964) , Census Place: Bucksport, Hancock, Maine; Roll: M432_254; Page: 35B; Image: 80.. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  5. Harrison Colby, A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768, , at https://archive.org/details/genealogyofdesce00colb . Concord, N.H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association, (1895) Microfilm #896944 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 139.
  6. "Maine Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F44X-LV4 : 4 December 2014), Llewellyn E. Colby, 01 Mar 1862; citing BUCKSPORT,HANCOCK,MAINE; FHL microfilm 10,578.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Augustus Colby1

b. February 26, 1835

Image from "Colby Family and Others" at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colby/colbyfam/
  • Reference: 0224ijd
  • Last Edited: 29 Nov 2016

Family: Martha (?) b. 1835 or 1836

Citations

  1. Harrison Colby, A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768, , at https://archive.org/details/genealogyofdesce00colb . Concord, N.H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association, (1895) Microfilm #896944 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 145.
  2. 1850 United States. Census Office. 7th census, Population schedules of the seventh census of the United States, 1850, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1964) , Census Place: Barnstead, Belknap, New Hampshire; Roll: M432_425; Page: 208A; Image: 421. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  3. COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS, at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colby/colbyfam
  4. 1870 United States. Census Office. 9th census, Population schedules of the ninth census of the United States, 1870, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, (1962, 1968) , Census Place: Marion, Grant, Wisconsin; Roll: M593_1717; Page: 307A; Image: 220; Family History Library Film: 553216. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  5. 1880 United States. Census Office. 10th census, 1880 federal population census, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Service, ([19--]) , Census Place: Rock Valley, Sioux, Iowa; Roll: 364; Family History Film: 1254364; Page: 152B; Enumeration District: 193; Image: 0556.
  6. Gary Quigg, Iowa State Census 1885 [database on-line], Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, (2003) , Dwelling Number: 50; Family Number: 51; Page Number: 443; State: IA; County: Sioux; Township Name: Rock; Town: Rock Valley; Family History Film: 1020183; Volume: 263.
  7. International Genealogical Index (IGI) (, 1999).
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Edwin Colby

b. September 13, 1862, d. July, 1940
  • Reference: 0224ihdf
  • Samuel Edwin Colby was born on September 13, 1862 in Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio.2
  • He was the son of Elijah Sullivan Wheeler Colby and Elizabeth Wells.1
  • The census of 1870 shows:
    Samuel E. Colby in the household of
    S. W. Colby, 38, a shoe maker with $5,000 real estate and $1,000 personal estate; and
    Elizabeth Colby, 38;
    living at Wayland, Allegan County, Michigan.3

  • The census of 1880 shows: Samuel Edwin Colby, Samuel was a servant living with living with John H. Sweezy's family;
    living at Monterey, Allegan County, Michigan.4

  • In 1881, Samuel Edwin Colby moved to at Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa, and lived with the James T. Shoemaker family.2
  • Samuel married Frances Iowa Ulrich on October 13, 1885 in Galva, McPherson County, Kansas.2
  • The census of 1900 shows: Samuel E. Colby, 37, a farmer; and Frances I. Colby, 36; listed with Githa Bee Lane, Clarence R. Colby, Lula B. Colby, Veda C. Colby, Paul L. Colby and Bunny Colby
    living at Main Street, Galva, McPherson County, Kansas.5

  • QwH2wq1910 CENSUS RECORDqw/H2wqLocation: Fairview, Major County, OklahomaqwTable borderwqqwTR ALIGN="center"wqqwTD COLSPAN=2 ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="middle"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqThe name of every person whose place of abode on the first day of April, 1910 was with this family.qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=2 ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="middle"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqRelationship of each person to the head of this familyqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqSexqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqRaceqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqAgeqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqMarital Statusqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqNumber of years marriedqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqMother of how many childrenqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqNumber of children livingqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="middle"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqPlace of birth of this personqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="middle"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqPlace of birth of the fatherqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="middle"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqPlace of birth of the motherqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqYear of immigrationqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqNaturalized or alienqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqLanguage spokenqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOccupationqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqNature of tradeqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqEmployer, worker or own accountqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqMonths not employedqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqCan read and writeqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=4 ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqAttending schoolqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOwned or rentedqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOwned free or martgagedqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqFarm of houseqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ROWSPAN=2 VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqNumber of farm scheduleqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTRwqqwTD ALIGN="right" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="right" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTR ALIGN="center" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0 COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0 COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD BGCOLOR=#C0C0C0wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTR ALIGN="left" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqSamuel E. Colbyqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqheadqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqMqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq47qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqM1qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq24qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOhioqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqNew Hampshireqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqNew Hampshireqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqEnglishqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqagentqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqreal estateqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOAqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq6qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqyesqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqO qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqHqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq11qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTR VALIGN="bottom"wqqwTD COLSPAN=2 ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqFrances I. Colbyqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=2 ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqwifeqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqFqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq46qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqM1qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq24qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq10qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq7qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqIowaqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial"wqGermanyqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqPennsylvaniaqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqEnglishqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqnoneqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqyesqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD ALIGN="left"wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTR ALIGN="left" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqGitha B. Colbyqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqDaughterqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqFqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq23qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqSqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqKansasqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOhioqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqIowaqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqEnglishqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqteacherqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqpublic schsqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq10qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqyesqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTR ALIGN="left" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq an unknown person qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqDaughterqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqFqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq17qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqSqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqKansasqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOhioqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqIowaqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqEnglishqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqnoneqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqyesqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq6qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTR ALIGN="left" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqPaul L. Colbyqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqsonqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqMqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq14qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqSqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqKansasqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOhioqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqIowaqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqEnglishqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqnoneqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqyesqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq8qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTR ALIGN="left" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqAsabum Colbyqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqsonqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqMqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq12qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqSqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqKansasqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOhioqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqIowaqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqEnglishqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqnoneqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqyesqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq8qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqwTR ALIGN="left" VALIGN="bottom"wqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWilmer Colbyqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTD COLSPAN=2wqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqsonqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqMqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqWqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq2qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqSqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOklahomaqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqOhioqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqIowaqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqEnglishqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wqnoneqw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqwTDwqqwFONT FACE="Arial" SIZE=-1wq qw/FONTwqqw/TDwqqw/TRwqqw/Tablewq; 47, a real estate agent.6
    RootsWeb.com: Page not available

    We're sorry. The page you tried to access is not available

    The page may have moved, or there may be an error in the address. Please check the address or try one of the resources below.
  • The census of 1920 shows: Samuel E. Colby, 57, a farmer; and Frances I. Colby, 56; listed with Paul Colby, Bunn Lee Colby and Wilmer Colby
    living at Crowell Township, Major County, Oklahoma.7

  • The census of 1930 shows: S. E. Colby, 67, a realtor; and Frances I. Colby, 66;
    living at Broadway, Fairview, Major County, Oklahoma.8

  • Samuel died in July, 1940 in Fairview, Major County, Oklahoma, at age 77.2
  • He was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Major County, Oklahoma.2
  • Last Edited: 6 May 2008

Family: Frances Iowa Ulrich b. October 21, 1863, d. November 20, 1931

Citations

  1. COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS, at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colby/colbyfam/d110.html
  2. COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colby/colbyfam, /d203.html.
  3. 1870 United States. Census Office. 9th census, Population schedules of the ninth census of the United States, 1870, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, (1962, 1968) , Census Place: Wayland, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: M593_660; Page: 407; Image: 815. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  4. 1880 United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, Michigan, 1880 federal census : soundex and population schedules, Washington: The National Archives, ([19--?]) , FHL Film 1254569 National Archives Film T9-0569 Page 184B.
  5. 1900 United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([197-]) , Census Place: Empire, McPherson, Kansas; Roll: T623 488; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 134.
  6. 1910 United States. Bureau of the Census. 13th census, 1910 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of Census Micro-Film Lab, ([19--?]) , Census Place: Fairview Ward 1, Major, Oklahoma; Roll: T624_1262; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 174; Image: 181.
  7. 1920 United States. Bureau of the Census. 14th census, 1920 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, ([193-?]) , Census Place: Crowell, Major, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1472; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 154; Image: 82.
  8. 1930 United States. Bureau of the Census. 15th census, United States, 1930 federal census : population schedules ; NARA microfilm publication T626, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([19--?]) , Census Place: Fairview, Major, Oklahoma; Roll: 1914; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 10; Image: 669.0.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Leander Colby

b. April 11, 1815, d. September, 1859
  • Last Edited: 24 Nov 2012

Citations

  1. Harrison Colby, A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768, , at https://archive.org/details/genealogyofdesce00colb . Concord, N.H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association, (1895) Microfilm #896944 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 129.
  2. "New Hampshire, Birth Records, Early to 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FL2T-34N : accessed 07 Nov 2012), Samuel L Colby, 11 Apr 1815.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Samuel Murray Colby1

b. October 10, 1832, d. June 26, 1834
  • Last Edited: 29 Nov 2016

Citations

  1. "New Hampshire Births and Christenings, 1714-1904," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FDJ8-ZW1 : 12 December 2014), Samuel Murray Colby, 10 Oct 1832; citing ; FHL microfilm 1,000,378.
  2. "New Hampshire Death Records, 1654-1947," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FSKJ-LZH : 12 December 2014), Samuel Murray Colby, 26 Jun 1834; citing Bow, Bureau Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord; FHL microfilm 1,001,068.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Sandra Pearl Colby

b. December 28, 1943
  • Last Edited: 23 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS, at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colby/colbyfam
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Sarah Colby

b. May 4, 1771, d. August 25, 1778
  • Reference: 224cc
  • Last Edited: 24 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. Harrison Colby, A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768, , at https://archive.org/details/genealogyofdesce00colb . Concord, N.H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association, (1895) Microfilm #896944 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 22.
  2. COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS, at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colby/colbyfamciting Index to births, early to 1900 New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.
  3. COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colby/colbyfam
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Sarah Colby

b. November 10, 1779
  • Reference: 224cg
  • Last Edited: 21 Sep 2016

Family: Amos Hadley b. 1778

Citations

  1. Harrison Colby, A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768, , at https://archive.org/details/genealogyofdesce00colb . Concord, N.H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association, (1895) Microfilm #896944 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 22.
  2. Harrison Colby, A genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife, who settled in Bow in 1768, , at https://archive.org/details/genealogyofdesce00colb . Concord, N.H.: Printed by the Republican Press Association, (1895) Microfilm #896944 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, pp. 77-8.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Sarah Colby

b. November 16, 1784
  • Last Edited: 24 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. David W. Hoyt, The old families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts : with some related families of Newbury, Haverhill, Ipswich, and Hampton, and of York County, Maine / David W. Hoyt., , at https://archive.org/stream/cu31924025963772 . Providence, R. I.: Snow & Farnham, (1897) , p. 675.
  2. New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics, Index to births, early to 1900, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1974) Microfilm #1000378 of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, Batch number: 7540017, Source Call No. 1000378. (Names are listed exactly as they appear on the original record.).
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Sarah Colby

b. May 13, 1799, d. April 29, 1865
  • Father*: Philip Colby b. March 16, 1773, d. February 1, 1855
  • Mother*: Hannah Bailey b. October 28, 1777, d. January 25, 1843
  • Reference: 0224bdb
  • Last Edited: 2 Jun 2012

Family: George White b. 1796 or 1797, d. September 24, 1872

Citations

  1. COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS, at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colby/colbyfamciting Index to births, early to 1900 New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.
  2. COLBY FAMILY & OTHERS at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colby/colbyfam, /d204.html.
  3. 1850 United States. Census Office. 7th census, Population schedules of the seventh census of the United States, 1850, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1964) , Census Place: Bow, Merrimack, New Hampshire; Roll: M432_435; Page: 171A; Image: 350. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  4. 1860 United States. Census Office. 8th census, Population schedules of the eighth census of the United States, 1860, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1950, 1967) , Census Place: Bow, Merrimack, New Hampshire; Roll: M653_677; Page: 616; Image: 91; Family History Library Film: 803677. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Sarah Colby1

b. February 29, 1687/88, d. between 1720 and 1724
  • Father*: John Colby b. November 19, 1656, d. April 6, 1719
  • Mother*: Sarah Eldridge b. perhaps about 1658, d. after 1692
  • Last Edited: 4 Dec 2011

Family: Daniel Flanders b. March 16, 1674/75, d. after April 1, 1735

Citations

  1. Gary Boyd Roberts, Ancestors of American presidents (C. Boyer, 3rd. Santa Clarita, Calif.: Published in cooperation with the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts, 1989), p. 39.
  2. Vital records of Amesbury, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849, , at https://archive.org/details/vitalrecordsofam00ames . Topsfield, Mass.: Topsfield Historical Society, (1913) , p. 67.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine

Sarah Colby1

b. February 8, 1725/26
  • Father*: Joseph Colby b. February 29, 1687/88, d. between 1753 and 1754
  • Mother*: Mary Johnson b. perhaps about 1703, d. after February 3, 1743
  • Last Edited: 11 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. David Webster, 1833- Hoyt, The old families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts : with some related families of Newbury, Haverhill, Ipswich, and Hampton, and of York County, Maine / David W. Hoyt., Page: 1097 p. ; 23 cm. (n.p.: Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1982, unknown publish date), p. 654.
If you are related to this person, please consider joining the Kin 'o Mine Facebook group, or email me at Steven G. Levine