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After marriage, he moved to Middletown, CT where he was made a freeman on 18 May 1654. In 1656, he was chosen deputy to the General Court. He served as Marshall of the colony for several years and was apopinted to measure the bounds of Wethersfield, CT on 10 Oct 1667.
- Hart, Samuel, and American Historical Society (New York). Encyclopedia of Connecticut biography, genealogical-memorial: representative citizens. (Boston, Massachusetts, United States: American Historical Society, 1917-1923), p. 160.
Jonathan Loomis... married... Sarah Graves, ... daughter of Marshall George Graves and his wife Elizabeth, who was probably a Mitchell.
- Graves, Kenneth Vance. Deacon George Graves: 1636 settler of Hartford, Connecticut, and his descendants : allied families include: Blair, Hale, Redfield, Searl, Smith, and others. (Wrentham, Massachusetts, United States: K.V. Graves, c1995), www.gravesfa.org/gen065.htm.
- John Card Graves. Graves Genealogy in America, pp. 1-101.
- George Grave, or Graves, and his Descendants, NEHGR, v56, pp 260-264, 1902, Questionable quality.
- Burpee, Charles W. (Charles Winslow). History of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633-1928: being a study of the makers of the first constitution and the story of their lives, of their descendants and of all who have come. (Chicago [Illinois]: S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1928), Vol 1, p. 241, 1886.
- Love, William DeLoss. The colonial history of Hartford: gathered from original sources. (Hartford, CT: The Plimpton Press (private printing), 1914), pp 32, 108, 205, 1914.
- Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 2:294.