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of New England
Prior to 1700
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 575listed as one of the First Settlers of Windsor in the Town Records of 1640.
- Miriah and Mary2 (Coombs) Taintor had a daughter:
- Miriam3 Taintor, born 6 Sep 1680
OTHER UN–CONNECTED COOMBS OF NEW ENGLAND PRIOR TO 1700
|1632||Isaac COOMBS||of Weymouth, MA|
|1674||John and Ellenor COMER||of 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
|1676||Sarah COMES||dau of John Comes|
|1687||Jacobed COOMBS||of Gloucester, MA|
|1688||John COOMBS||of Salem, MA|
|1698||John COOMER||of Boston|
- New England Historic and Genealogical Review, Volume 5, 1851, page 365 and Early Records of Windsor, CT.
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