November 10, 1996--Charlie King--I am looking for the parents of Joseph Loomer Thompson. Joseph was born in ___Ct. on 27 Dec 1821. He married Harriet Harvey in Charlestown RI. on 9 Feb 1840. Harriet and Joseph had Warren P., William H., Joseph E., Mary E., Sarah A., (my ggrandmother), Harriet T., George W., Thomas A. Ellen M., and Susan F., all born in various towns in Conn. Joseph lived in Stonington, No. Stonington, Preston, and East Lyme. He was buried in North Stonington on 27 June 1887 after having bought a farm there a few years earlier.    The rumor is that the Joseph Loomer Thompson family is tied into the Cheesbrorough family somehow. The name Loomer may be from Ebenezer Loomer who lived in New London and Norwich in the late 1700's. The Joseph Loomer Thompson family had close ties to the Wheelers of North Stonington as well.    Would like to correspond to anybody doing Thompson, Loomer or Wheeler genealogical research.

December 12, 1996 -- Dennis A. Craddick -- Looking for information or descendants of Craddick Family. Groton, No. Stonington, or Mystic, Ct.1860. Births, deaths, marriages.

December 19, 1996 -- James B. Hayes -- Looking for info on Paul Palmiter, 1757-1834, wife Elizabeth Satterlee, 1761 to 1838. Patricular interest is Paul's service in the American Revolution. Believe he enlisted in North Stonington.

April 11, 1997, -, Kay McGarry --KINNEY - Looking for parents of Sophronia Kinney/Kinne/Keeney etc. m. Isaac Partelo, 27 October 1837 in Norwich, CT. Isaac was the son of Azariah and Abigail (Nabby) Main Partelo of North Stonington. Sophronia and Isaac were in North Stonington for the 1850 Census and remained there until their deaths. According to one ancestry, Sophronia was the daughter of "Dr. Kinney of North Stonington." The only Dr. Kinney I can find is Dr. Lot Kinney who died in North Stonington Sept. 1, 1877 at the age of 51, and he was listed as "single." Maybe her brother? According to the Barbour Collection, Sophronia was born in Manchester CT in 1817. Any clues at all would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

4/18/97--Raenell Nagel --Hi! I'm looking for any information on the Babcocks of No. Stonington...Thanks to a posting on another web site, I now have quite a bit of infor about them, my great-great grandmother Lydia Craine (Babcock) was born in No. Stonington on May 2, 1797, her father James was born in No. Stonington on July 5, 1770, and his father Timothy apparently lived in No. Stonington before that...James was married to Sarah Budlong and Timothy was married to Thankful Read. The book makes a reference to the "old Babcock homestead"..I'm wondering if any trace of this still exists in the town..also..I'm going to be going by New London/Mystic in about a month and could stop in No. Stonington to look up some things if anyone has some good places to go...Thanks!!

May 1997 --Michael J. Boonstra --I am researching the Maine family of Stonington & N. Stonington. In particular I am trying to find the name of Benajah Maine Jr.'s wife. Benajah Jr. was born about 1772, the son of Benajah Maine and his wife Dolly Woodward. He married in Stonington in the late 1790's before removing to Brookfield, Madison County New York. Benajah's first son was named Shepard Wheeler Maine and Shepard's brother Thomas J. Maine also named a son Shepard Wheeler Maine. The Wheeler family of Stonington used the unsual name of Shepard so I believe it is probable that Benajah's wife was a descendant or relation to the Wheelers who are well covered in The History of Stonington. Unfortunately no one has made the connection. Can anyone help?

June 16, 1997 -- Craig A Coates -- I'm looking for any information on a James COATES who I believe was born in North Stonington about 1781 and died in Manchester, New York on Oct. 11, 1862. His folks were Caleb COATES & Mahetable ?. Caleb was born at Stonington, Conn. on September 10,1755 and died at Farmington, New York after 1828. I'm trying to prove who James's children were. I believe he was the father of my ggggrandfather Alfred. According to the 1850 census of Ontario County, New York James & Sarah, Alfred & Susan and family and a Calvin along with his family lived there. Alfred along with his family eventually moved to Iowa in 1854. I would be happy to correspond with anyone who is doing genalogy on the COATS/COATES line who are related to Caleb or James.

7 August 1997 -  - Rosie Byard  --BALDWIN - SPALDING  -- Thomas BALDWIN  (1777-1843) and Nancy SPALDING (1783 - 1866) married 16 April 1801 probably in Stonington.  They had nine children and lived in North Stonington.  Would like to correspond with anyone searching these lines.  Other surnames are YORK, BROWN,
MASON, WELCH, BREED, TURNER, DENNISON all found in New London county.

3 Sept 1997 --Mary Celine Scott  --I am descended from Margaret STEWART (STEWARD) b. 15 Feb 1761, Stonington, CT, d. 06 April 1845, Cambridge VT, daughter of Eliphalet STEWART(D) and Elizabeth (CHURCH?); Eliphalet is son of Lt. William STEWART(D)and Sarah CHURCHMargaret (Peggy) married Jacob GATES of Preston, CT.  The family emigrated to Stephentown (upstate NY) and was there in 1790; they later moved to Rutland Co, VT.  I would be glad to share what I know and would welcome any new information and/or cousins!

9/21/97 -- Mark Owen Brown --I have lost the trail four generations back. I am trying to find information on JOHN BROWN: Birth Date; Dec 1701, Birth Place; N. Stonington, New London; Death Date; 13 jan 1764; Married to Elisabeth Chase, Place; 1st. Congregation Church N. Stonington 4 OCT 1726; Children, ASA BROWN, ZERVIAH BROWN, BEJAMIN BROWN, ELISABETH BROWN.  If there is any information available it would be greatly appreciated.  thank you in advance. Mark

28 Jan 98  ---  Wallis Owen Thompson.    -- All my ancestors were from No.Stonington, I have a lot of informqtion on one branch of the line but nothing on the other two sons of Alexander Thompson who arrived in Connesticut and settled in North Stonington in 1725. his home is on one of the tour roads.  I would like any information on the line.  I have completed the line on one sone James, the other two are Thomas and Alexander

2/23/98 -- Bill Allen -- I am looking for any information about Stephen A. Clark, b.1840+/- d.1864 in the battle of Petersburg, Civil War as a member of the Rhode Island Volunrteers, 7th Infantry. Wife was Ella A..Possible home Clarks Falls,CT. Any info would be appreciated.

1998 -- William Allen -- looking for anything on Stephen A. Clark born around 1840, died civil war battle of Petersburg,VA in 1864 married Ella A. ???  possibly lived in the Clarks Falls area Enlisted  civil war in Hopkinton RI

1998 --  Unknown -- have received a lot of information from the North Stonington Historical Library, but I need to go one step further.  I am looking for where Alexander Thompson came from. He was born of Scotish/Irish parents in 1677, came to
Connecticut in 1725 settled in Pendelton Hill area in North Stonington.  He died 7 April 1772.  He came with three sons Thomas, Alexander and James.  From James there are many Thompsons' in that area and many decendents in New York.

03/28/98 --   Linda L. Trevena -- I am desperately seeking information on Zachary Taylor PIERCE, born, I believe, in North Stonington, CT.  He married Mialma SLOCUM.  Dates of Birth, Death and Marriage are not known for these two.  Their son, Chester Latham PIERCE, was b. 27 Feb 1880 in North Stonington, CT; d. 05 Feb 1946; m. (date unknown) Mary Stanton MAIN, b. 04 Apr 1878 in Ledyard, CT; d. 29 Nov 1939 in New London, CT; daughter of George Park MAIN and Sarah Eliza BROWN.  Any information on the PIERCE, SLOCUM, MAIN or BROWN lines would be most appreciated!

March 31, 1998 -- Claudia Garner -- Hello, We are looking for birth information for an Erastus Eggleston, born in North Stonington in about 1808-1813.  I believe there might have been 3 of them.  What I need is a middle name for one of the Erastus entries.  II am looking for Erastus Moses Eggleston, my GG grandfather, who moved to Ashtabula county, Ohio.  I believe from some information we have found that he would have been the son of Ichabod Eggleston. Thanks for any information anyone can provide.

8 Apr 1998 -- Martha Finfrock -- Amey WILCOX b. abt 1760 North Stonington, CT m. by 1788 George GEER
b. 1 Jan 1752 son of Joseph(2)GEER and Martha HARRIS.  Who were Amey’s parents?

10 April 1998 --  Gary Utter -- Looking for grave of Nicholas Mattson Utter died 1722 most likely what is now N. stonington. Old deed states land was bordered on south by Ashaway river near Glade creek. Also may have been on old pike road from Providence RI. Any other "Utter" from before 1730 would be sons or grandsons. Thanks

4/23/98  --  M. R. Wescott -- I am looking for information on the birth of William H. Lewis, his marriage to Matilda Holdridge, her parents, her death information, and birth of their son Irving Eugene Lewis. I have been unable to find information on where she was buried or if they divorced, but her death seems more likely, as he married twice more after his second wife died.

4 April 1998,--  Janet Caple Reed, .--     Looking for information on JOHN KAPLE  (CAPLE/KAPLES , b 12 Nov 1750, North =
Stonington Ct to THOMAS AND JANE DIXON KAPLE, both born in Ireland but married in North Stonington.  Thomas was a Congregational minister. JOHN's siblings were THOMAS, b 1754, ELIZABETH b  1756, MERRY B 1749, ABIGAIL b 1762, ANNY b 1763, NANCYb 1764,  SALLY b 1767 (married Jacob Fox). by 1801 family was living in Decatur, NY.  Would appreciate any leads or references, as I am just starting on Ct reearch.

May 18, 1998 --    Doris Cook Smith,--  Have learned that a Joseph Cook married a Wealthy Brown in 1769 at
Baptist Church in North Stonington.  They had a son Prentice Cook and probably a son Samuel Brown Cook.  I am looking for further information to validate Samuel Brown Cook who was born in 1784 as the son of Joseph Cook.  I am also
looking for information on a Nathanel Cook from the same area and time frame. Samuel Brown Cook married Sarah Sallie Lewis.  Thank you.

May 15, 1998  --   Doris Cook Smith--  Seeking information on WEALTHY BROWN and JOSEPH COOK who married Dec. 23,1769 in North Stonington, Ct. and had a son Prentice Cook.  They most likely had another son Samuel Brown Cook (have much information on him.)  Samuel married Sarah Sallie Lewis (need a marriage date.)  I need to validate JOSEPH COOK as the father of SAMUEL COOK.  JOSEPH COOK  fought in the Revolution.  Any information appreciated.

July 2,1998 -- Leonard G Wood -- Trying to confirm Oliver Grants daughter via Silence Williams was Deborah
Grant who married Asa Brown.

7-5-1998 -- , Barbara Miner McMahon, Dallas, TX -- Looking for Miner ancestors in Stonington or North Stonington,
specifically James Harvey Miner, b. ca 1825-35, married Cordelia Corbett. They had a son, William Raymond Miner, b. 4-16-1852 in Boston, MA, d. 11-1-1909 in Cedar Rapids, IA, married Carrie Louise Pardee, b. 1853 in New Haven, CT.
Any help would be appreciated.  Carrie and William had 4 sons that I know of:  William Harvey Miner (my
grandfather); Frank Osborn Miner, Harold Pardee Miner, and Frederick Hotchkiss Miner.

July 11, 1998,--   Max Kreigh -- JOHN F. SWAN born in North Stonington Township, New London County CT  11
March 1830, died Grant County IN  6 May 1894.   Mother: Lucy P. Swan died in Groton CT ,7th Feb 1891, 87 yrs.  Seek information on Lucy P.'s parents and her husband, the father of John F. Swan.

28 July 1998 , -- Meralyn Breer, --  Dewey Main married Lucinda Colegrove at Stonington or possibly Westerly R.I.
18 Aug 1792.  Can you help me find a lead to her parents.? Dewey & Lucinda moved to NY about 1802. I have quite a bit of information on the Main's and related families at Stonington, & N. Stonington, but cannot find anything on Lucinda at Stonington. She was born 18 Dec. 1775, at Westerly, R.I., died 26 Dec 1865, possibly Lincklean, NY.