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THE COOMBS OF CONNECTICUT


Thomas COOMBS of Windsor, CT 1679

The only reference that we have about Thomas Coombs is the following:

On 3 Apr 1679, Mary2 (dau. Of Thomas1 Coomess) married Miriah Taintor.

Thomas Coomees is not listed as one of the First Settlers of Windsor in the Town Records of 1640.575


OTHER UN–CONNECTED COOMBS OF NEW ENGLAND PRIOR TO 1700

1632Isaac COOMBSof Weymouth, MA

1674John and Ellenor COMERof Boston
John COMER, b. 8/12/1674
William COMER, b. 11/28/1674
Thomas COMER, b. 9/6/1678
Mary COMER, b. 12/15/1674
1676Sarah COMESdau of John Comes
1687Jacobed COOMBSof Gloucester, MA
1688John COOMBSof Salem, MA
1689Bridget COOMBS
1698John COOMERof Boston
1699Ruth COMER

  1. New England Historic and Genealogical Review, Volume 5, 1851, page 365 and Early Records of Windsor, CT.

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