m. 30 Jun 1614
m. 1 Nov 1653
Facts and Events
The Estate of Thomas Loomis of Windsor
"Probate Records. Vol V, 1687 to 1695. Page 40.
Loomis, Thomas, Windsor. Invt. £377-01-06. Taken 1st November, 1689, by John Moore and Joseph Loomis. The children: Thomas, b. 17 March, 1655-6; Hannah, b. 8 Feb., 1657-8; Mary, b. 16 Jan., 1659-60; Elizabeth, b. 21 Jan., 1663-4; Ruth, b. 16 Oct., 1665; Sarah, b. 1st Feb., 1667-8; Mabell, b. 27 Oct., 1672; Mindwell, b. Aug., 1676; Benjamin, b. 20 May, 1679.
Court Record, Page 7—11 November, 1689: Adms. to Thomas Loomis.
Page 12—6 March, 1689-90: Dist: To Eldest son, £130; to the youngest son, £65 ; to the Lame daughter Sarah, £50; to Each of the other daughters, £24 (a part before received by the Married daughters). William Judd, Michael Tayntor & John Lee sign as having received. Again Hana had £8, Mary £7-01-08, and Elizabeth £11-03-00.
Page 64—14 December, 1693: The Brothers-in-Law of Thomas Loomys of Windsor having appeared before the Court of Assistants, October Last, & Desireing This Court to Settle the Father of sayd Loomys his Estate, they being dissatisfied with the Dist. of the County Court: The Court of Assistants turning it Back to the Consideration of the County Court, who, having Laboured in it, The sayd Tho. Loomys, John Lee in behalf of his Wife, & Michael Tayntor, agreed in Court that Benjamin Loomys his portion should be as the former Court ordered, £65, & Wakefield Dible's wife's portion £50, & that Thomas Loomys should add to the portions of his six sisters now surviving Fower pounds Ten shillings apeice to each of them, to be paid as soon as he can conveniently, in corn, porck or Neat Cattell; & the Court appoynts Thomas Loomys to be Administrator to his Father's Estate.
Page 16—(Vol. VII) 4 September, 1701: This Court being desired to appoint Dist. to the Estate of Thomas Loomis, formerly of Windsor Deed, This Court do therefore appoint Mr. John Moore, Capt. Thomas Stoughton and Deacon Job Drake to Dist. the sd. Estate, or Benjamin's part of it, according to an Order of Court made 14 December, 1693, and make return thereof to this Court.
Page 28—2 March, 1701-2: There was presented to this Court a Dist. of the Estate of Thomas Loomis Deed, under the Hands of Capt. Stoughton and Deacon Drake, which this Court do not see cause to accept, and order the Dist. to be sent for before the Court of Probates some time, to render their reasons to this Court of their Proceedings therein."