Person:Nathaniel Holbrook (7)

  • HDr. Nathaniel Holbrook1761 - 1831
  • W.  Sally Curry (add)
m. 25 May 1794
  • HDr. Nathaniel Holbrook1761 - 1831
  • W.  Lydia Foster (add)
m. 3 Mar 1803
Facts and Events
Name[4] Dr. Nathaniel Holbrook
Gender Male
Birth[1] 23 May 1761 Grafton, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 25 May 1794 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sally Curry (add)
Marriage 3 Mar 1803 Orange, Orange, Vermont, United Statesto Lydia Foster (add)
Death[2][3][5] 2 Mar 1831 Orange, Orange, Vermont, United States
  1. Grafton, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records to the End of the Year 1849. (Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1906)
    p. 74.

    HOLBROOK, Nathaniel, s. William and Sarah, [born] May 23, 1761.

  2. Vermont, United States. Vermont, Vital Records, 1760-1954: Database with images. (FamilySearch. Citing Secretary of State. State Capitol Building, Montpelier.)

    Full Name of Deceased: Nathaniel Holbrook
    Age: 70
    Date of Birth: 1760
    Name of Wife: Lydia Holbrook
    Date of Death: March 2: 1831
    Cemetery: [East?] Orange Centre
    Clerk of: Orange

  3. Find A Grave: Orange Center Cemetery, Orange, VT, in Find A Grave
    Nathaniel Holbrook.

    March 2, 1831,
    AE. 70 yrs.

  4. Child, Hamilton. Gazetteer of Orange County, Vt., 1762-1888. (Syracuse, N.Y.: H. Child, 1888)
    Part 1, p. 331.

    "Dr. Nathaniel Holbrook came to this town from Massachusetts previous to 1800, and settled on road 38, where A. S. Martyn now lives. He married Lydia Salter, who born him four children, David, Lura, Lucina and Stephen."

  5. Vermont. Probate Court (Randolph District). Probate records, 1792-1854. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1952)
    Vol. 12, p. 321 and p. 487 (viewable at Family History Centers).

    2 May 1827: David Holbrook of Oarnge for $1 quitclaims all claim to estate of my Father Nathaniel Holbrook at his deceased.
    18 Mar 1831: Administration on Nathaniel Holbrook late of Orange deceased intestate granted to Lydia Holbrook and David Holbrook.
    28 Mar 1831: Inventory of Nathaniel Holbrook late of Orange: real: $780, personal: $400.90, by George Camp and Luther Carpenter.
    18 Nov 1831: Division of real estate of Nathaniel Holbrook held in common with son David Holbrook; then set off to Lydia Holbrook widow of deceased her dower.
    20 Jun 1833: Account of David Holbrook administrator, allowed.
    3 Jun 1835: Division of real estate of Nathaniel Holbrook late of Orange: to son Stephen; to daughter Laura; to daughter Lucina.
    1 May 1845: warrant to divide reversion of dower in estate of Nathaniel Holbrook among Lura Clark, Lucina Milan & Stephen Holbrook. Report dated 9 May 1845.