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Commemorative biographical record of New Haven county, Connecticut, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settled families .. (Volume 1, pt.1)

Commemorative biographical record of New Haven county, Connecticut, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settled families .. (Volume 1, pt.1)

Source : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of New Haven county, Connecticut, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settled families .. (Volume 1, pt.1)

Commemorative biographical record of New Haven county, Connecticut, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settled families .. (Volume 1, pt.1)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DOOLITTLE


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women. Benjamin English (3) married Abigail Doolittle, and among their eleven children was James English, who married Xancy Griswold. Of


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born July 14. 1790. married Rhoda Doolittle: Lyman, who was born May 7,


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Hannah Di:m3little, daughter of Lieut. Moses Doolittle. a prominent man in Cheshire, and a grandson of Abraham Doolittle, an early


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Cheshire, and a grandson of Abraham Doolittle, an early settler of Xew Haven and Wallingford, and chief officer or sheriff


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of our subject), son of Benjamin and Sarah (French) Doolittle, was born in Wallingford, Conn., March 9, 1798, and died


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On Dec. 24, 1866, Thomas B. Doolittle married Mary Louise, daughter of Willett and Harriet (Hotchkiss) Bradley, of Ansonia,


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1710, aged sixty-nine. Their son, Samuel Doolittle (greatgreat-grandfather of our subject), born July 7,


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Court then sitting at Hartford. Abraham Doolittle was one of the first to settle in the place, being a resident


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Edith and Mary Alice (deceased). Charles B. Doolittle is an officer of the Southern Xew England Telephone Co. He married


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Thomas Benjamin Doolittle, the subject proper of these lines, was reared in Litchfield county, and educated


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married ^lary Hitchcock. Their son, Benjamin Doolittle (great-grandfather of our subject), was born Jan. 17, 1730. His wife's name was


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Mr. Doolittle then^ spent a short time in Ansonia, from there removing to Bridgeport, where


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Harry W. Doolittle was born Aug. 13, i Sj O.


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Thoin.-^s Benjamin Doolittle has been a resident of Pine Orchard, in the town of Branford, since


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172 1, he married Martha Doolittle, and the following children came ro them : Abraham, born Jan.


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Lydia Doolittle, a daughter of Benjamin and Lydia (Ives) Doolittle, and a granddaughter of Caleb and Tamar (Thompson) Doolittle. They


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wedded, for his first wife, Lydia Doolittle, a daughter of Benjamin and Lydia (Ives) Doolittle, and a granddaughter of Caleb


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born Jan. 2Q. 1689, married Martha Doolittle : Rebecca, bom Jan. 6, 1691. married Daniel Holt , Israel, bom Oct.


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married Chloe Moss, daughter of David and Alindwell (Doolittle) Moss, who was born Dec. 6, 1739, and became the mother


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and Jerusha (Rich) Hart, married Abigail Doolittle Hall, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth


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of Bethlehem. Conn., daughter of David E. Doolittle. also a native of that locality, where he carried on farming. This


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20, 1875, Cornelius Tracy married Lucy B. Doolittle, of Bethlehem. Conn., daughter of David E. Doolittle. also a native of


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1697, m.arried Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel and Hannah (Cornwall) Doolittle, bom Oct. 15,


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Riverton. Conn., and his father, Ambrose E. Doolittle, and grandfather.


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Abraham Doolittle, said to have been the progenitor of all who bear the name in


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on his father's side, Tilton Edwin Doolittle, of this brief hiographv.


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but the business association of Mr. Doolittle and ^Ir. Bennett continued until the death of the former, existing for more


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Benjamin Doolittle, were both natives of the town ot Llicshire. 1 he mother 01 our


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in part : I knew Mr. Doolittle somewhat intimately after I came to the Bar, and was his associate in