KNOWLTON was born on 20 DEC 1701 in Manchester, Essex County, Massachusetts.
He has Ancestral File Number N9NQ-W0. He died. Parents:
John KNOWLTON and Abigail BATCHELDER.|
Lucy KNOWLTON was born on 28 FEB 1714/15 in Manchester, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Manchester.) She died on 13 AUG 1776 at Manchester, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Manchester.) She has Ancestral File Number LGZ9-G7. Parents: John KNOWLTON and Abigail BATCHELDER.
Spouse: Joseph KNIGHT. Joseph KNIGHT and Lucy KNOWLTON were married on 26 FEB 1739/40 in Manchester, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Manchester.) Children were: Joseph KNIGHT, Lucy KNIGHT, Francis KNIGHT, Abigail KNIGHT, Susanna KNIGHT, John KNIGHT, William KNIGHT.
Martha KNOWLTON was born date unknown. Surname might be "Gilbert"
Spouse: Thomas SMITH. Thomas SMITH and Martha KNOWLTON were married in 1680.
Merriam KNOWLTON was born about 1665 in Massachusetts. She has Ancestral File Number 3C4S-G0. Parents: John KNOWLTON and Bertha EDWARDS.
Spouse: Freeborn BALCH. Freeborn BALCH and Merriam KNOWLTON were married date unknown.
Mirian KNOWLTON was born on 7 SEP 1711 in Manchester, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Manchester.) He has Ancestral File Number N8NR-0G. Parents: John KNOWLTON and Abigail BATCHELDER.
Nehemiah KNOWLTON was born age 71.
Spouse: Nancy POOL. Nehemiah KNOWLTON and Nancy POOL were married on 13 SEP 1846 in Rockport, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: NEHGS, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910.)
Prudence KNOWLTON was born on 13 APR 1718 in Manchester, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Manchester.) She has Ancestral File Number N8NR-2S. She died. Parents: John KNOWLTON and Abigail BATCHELDER.
Rebecca Jane KNOWLTON was born on 11 APR 1853 in Rockport, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: NEHGS, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910.) She appeared in the census in JUN 1880 in Rockport, Essex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 11 JUN 1900 in Natick, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 3 JAN 1920 in Natick, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 6 APR 1930 in Natick, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Spouse: William Henry COLBY. William Henry COLBY and Rebecca Jane KNOWLTON were married on 15 MAY 1875 in Rockport, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: NEHGS, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910.) Children were: Emma Florence COLBY, Elizabeth Marion COLBY.
Sophronia KNOWLTON was born on 6 JAN 1803 in New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (Daughter of Robert Knowlton and Jemima Smith.) She died at Sunapee, Sullivan County, New Hampshire.
Spouse: Jonathan FLANDERS. Jonathan FLANDERS and Sophronia KNOWLTON were married on 21 JAN 1820 in Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Clarinda N. FLANDERS, Thankful FLANDERS, Philip FLANDERS, Jonathan Parker FLANDERS, Euphronius FLANDERS, Robert Lane FLANDERS, William Wallace FLANDERS, Martin Van Buren FLANDERS, Samuel Knowlton FLANDERS, Sophronia A. FLANDERS, John Knowlton FLANDERS.
William S. KNOWLTON was born in OCT 1839 in Maine. He appeared in the census in 1870 in Monson, Piscataquis County, Maine. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Houlton, Aroostook County, Maine. He appeared in the census in 1900 in Monson, Piscataquis County, Maine.
Alonzo KNOX was born on 13 APR 1889 in Ossipee, Carroll County, New Hampshire. He appeared in the census on 15 JUN 1900 in Ossipee, Carroll County, New Hampshire. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Freeman KNOX and Sarah COLBY.
Annie KNOX was born in NOV 1885 in Ossipee, Carroll County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census on 15 JUN 1900 in Ossipee, Carroll County, New Hampshire. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Freeman KNOX and Sarah COLBY.
Frank P. KNOX was born on 26 MAR 1853. He died on 29 NOV 1859. (Son of Barzilla Knox, given to Ebenezer Burbank, Mar 1858.) Parents: Ebenezer BURBANK and Mehitable COLBY.
Freeman KNOX was born in JUL 1859 in New Hampshire. He appeared in the census on 15 JUN 1900 in Ossipee, Carroll County, New Hampshire.
Nancy J. KNOX was born on 8 DEC 1852 in New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1870 in Moultonborough, Carroll County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census on 12 JUN 1880 in Moultonborough, Carroll County, New Hampshire. She died on 21 MAR 1897 at Ossipee, Carroll County, New Hampshire. She was buried in the Welch Cemetery at Ossipee, Carroll County, New Hampshire
Capt. Samuel KNOX was born in 1838. He died in 1897.
Spouse: Ann Augusta COLBY (twin). Capt. Samuel KNOX and Ann Augusta COLBY (twin) were married on 3 MAY 1870 in Stow, Oxford County, Maine.
Peder KNUDSEN Luhr died on 4 JAN 1866 at Toreby, Maribo, Lollard Island, Denmark. He was born in Denmark.
Spouse: Martha CHRISTENSEN. Peder KNUDSEN Luhr and Martha CHRISTENSEN were married on 19 MAY 1837 in Toreby, Maribo, Lollard Island, Denmark. Children were: Dorthe PEDERSEN, Dorthe PEDERSEN, Knud PEDERSEN, Christen PEDERSEN, Maren PEDERSEN, Karen PEDERSEN, Christen PEDERSEN, Bodil PEDERSEN.
Margaret R. KNUTHSON was born in MAY 1892 in Sierra County, California. (Daughter of George Knuthson and Ida Hathaway.)
She appeared in the census on 26 APR 1930 in Merced County, California. She died in 1934. She was buried in the Sierraville Cemetery at Sierraville, Sierra County, California
Spouse: Floyd Avery COLBY. Floyd Avery COLBY and Margaret R. KNUTHSON
were married on 5 MAR 1920 in Oakland, Alameda County, California.
Augusta KOEHLER was born on 9 SEP 1867 in Carver County, Minnesota. She died on 15 APR 1958 at Renville County, Minnesota. (SOURCE: Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002.)
Nieta Rost KOFORD was born date unknown.
Spouse: Calvin McCoy CRANE. Calvin McCoy CRANE and Nieta Rost KOFORD were married date unknown.
Elise Dorothea Pauline KOHL was born on 11 AUG 1864 in Dresden, Saxony, Germany. She died on 24 NOV 1893 at Claremont, Alameda County, California.
"COLBY--In Claremont, Oakland Township, November 24, Elise Dorothea, beloved wife of George E. COLBY, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred RUSS, a native of Dresden, Germany, aged 30 years, 2 months and 3 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday) at 2 oclock, from the family residence, Claremont avenue, Claremont, Interment, Mountain View Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 25 Nov 1893,
The cause of death was listed as suicide. She has more notes. Newspaper article.
SAN FRANCISO, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1893
DEATH ENDED HER SORROW
Mrs. George E. Colby,
Wife of a University Professor,
Shoots Herself Through the Heart
She Mourned over the Drowning of One of Her Children Until Her Mind Gave Way
After passing a Sleepless Night She Arose in the Morning, Dressed the children and While They Were at Breakfast With Their Father the Mother Took Her Own Life -The Discovery of the Servant Girl, Who Went Upstairs to Call Her Mistress
Oakland, November 24.-
Mrs. George E. Colby of Claremond [sic] shot herself through the heart this morning in a fit of melancholia, produced by the drowning of her little son some months ago. Death was instantaneous.
Mrs. Colby had brooded over the death greatly, and it was feared that her health would be affected. She had suffered from insomnia, resulting from nervousness, caused this constant thought about the death of her child, but at no time did her husband or her friends think that there was any affliction of the mind or any disposition to suicide.
On the contrary, there had been a slight improvement in her physical condition during the past few days, so much so that the physicians who were in constant attendance upon her felt encouraged.
But last evening she had another fit of nervousness and passed an almost sleepless night, and this morning she shot herself without any warning.
Whether there was anything that occurred during the long sleepless night that brought about this sudden determination to die at morning no one can tell, but it is believed that in her sorrow, with her nerves strained to the breaking point, with all the terror of a night of wakefulness, her mind gave way and she determined to end the grief that followed her through life.
The coroner's jury that investigated the case found this state of facts, but though temporary insanity was undoubtedly the cause, she gave no warning sign that would have led to greater care over her.
GAVE NO ITMATION OF HER PURPOSE.
She arose as usual this morning, but her husband noticed nothing about her that aroused his suspicion. She talked as usual, dressed the children and seemed no more disturbed than was usually the case after a sleepless night. She did not seem to be laboring under any greater excitement than usual, and her conversation was calm and coherent.
The death of her little boy was not mentioned, and had not been for a long while. It was a subject that pained Mr. Colby nearly as much as his wife, and they both avoided it by a mutual understanding that was never expressed but was understood.
After the children had been dressed they were turned over to their father. He took two of the little ones up on his shoulder, and followed by the third went down to breakfast.
This was at 7 o'clock, and they waited for Mrs. Colby to come downstairs, but she did not appear. Mr. Colby went out to get the morning paper which is left in a little box at the front gate, and when he returned Mrs. Colby was still upstairs.
Mr. Colby sat down at the table and sent the servant girl upstairs to find out whether Mrs. Colby wanted her breakfast sent up to her room, or whether she was coming downstairs.
The girl knocked at the bedroom door, but got no answer. Opening the door she walked in.
THE HUSBAND'S SAD DISCOVERY.
Mrs. Colby was in bed, with the coverlet drawn tight around her throat. She was apparently asleep, but the deathly pallor of her face made the girl think that her mistress had fainted.
"Oh Mr. Colby, There is something the matter with the misses," she called. Mr. Colby ran hastily upstairs, thinking that his wife had fainted, and that was his first impression when he saw the pale face carefully tucked in among the coverlets. But it was only for a moment that Mr. Colby thought she had fainted. When the coverlet was turned down it was found that she had taken a revolver under the covers, placed it over the heart and fired. The bullet passed through the heart and body. She had not dressed, but had gone back into bed after her husband had gone downstairs, and the noise of the shot had not been heard, as it was muffled by the covers.
The flash of the powder had burned the flesh against which the muzzle of the pistol had been placed, and the nightdress was burned, while the powder grains had been forced into the skin around the bullet wounds.
AN UNENDING SORROW.
That Mrs. Colby was driven to this step by the death of her child there is now question. That death was very sad in itself, but there was surrounding it a circumstance that made in infinitely more sad to the mother than to the father, and she brooded over it until it drove here to suicide.
The death occurred last July at Aetna Springs, in Napa County. The little boy fell into a bathing tank and was drowned before aid could reach him. The mother always felt that his death was largely due to her lack of care. "This feeling was intensified by the fact that only the day before Mr. Colby had urged his wife to be careful of the children.
The couple had four children, and one of them failing in health it was decided to take them to Aetna Springs for a while. Mr. Colby took his family up to the springs and left them there, but before he left he said to his wife: "Now, be careful, Elise, and don't let the children get out of your sight."
DRIVEN ALMOST INSANE.
It was merely a warning, such as a father would give, and not because any particular carelessness was feared. Then he went back to his duties as an instructor in the Chemistry Department of the University of California
The next day the oldest boy went out playing around with a number of other children and strayed away from his mother. He was missed a short while after and a search was made for him, only to find his body in one of the bathing-tanks. He had played around with the other children until he had fallen into the tank and drowned while his mother and the others were looking for him.
She remembered her husband's last charge before he returned to his duties, and though nothing else was ever said or gave the least intimation that he ever laid any blame at his wife's door, she still took the death of the child to herself.
The constant mental strain upon Mrs. Colby began to affect her health. She became nervous and was troubled with insomnia, until she was compelled to go away for her health.
WHERE MEMORIES WERE ONLY OF SORROW.
For some strange reason she went back to Aetna Springs in spite of the unhappy surroundings and thoughts that it would bring up. She remained there for some little time, and then came back to her home about a week or two ago. But the trip had done little good, and she suffered as much from insomnia as before.
It is probable that this trip instead of diverting her mind simply called back all the unhappy circumstances surrounding the death of her child; at any rate she did not seem to have greatly improved after her return. She grew a little better after she got home, but last night spent the worst night that she had experienced since her return.
She was restless all night, and at about midnight she got up out of her own bed and coming into her husband's room she sat on the edge of his bed and talked for some little while. Then she went back to her own room.
The conversation was of the most casual kind. Though she did not speak of the great sorrow, it is the general belief that in her excited, overwrought frame of mind she dreamed of the lad, so in her half waking moments saw enacted over again the tragedy for which she held herself responsible.
Mrs. George E. Colby was the daughter of Frederick Russ, one of the owners of Russ House in San Francisco. She was thirty years of age, and married Mr. Colby in 1885. They had four children. Mr. Colby is instructor in chemistry in the University of California and Principal of the Oakland night school. Though his father-in-law is very wealthy, Mr. Colby has worked hard until he built for himself a handsome house, near that of Mr. Russ at Claremont.
The verdict of the Coroner's jury was that deceased "came to her death at the home in Claremont, Alameda county, California on the 24th day of November, 1893, from a pistol-shot wound through her heart, inflicted by herself while she was temporarily insane through grief over the loss of her child."
She was buried in the Mountain View Cemetery at Oakland, Alameda County, California
Camilla C. KOHLER was born on 25 DEC 1931 in Hazelton, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.
Spouse: James Wilson COLBY. James Wilson COLBY and Camilla C. KOHLER were married about 1961 in Washington D.C.. Children were: Sharon Lynn COLBY, Alison Ann COLBY, Gary David Alexander COLBY, Lesley Ann COLBY.
Jacob KOOL was born between 1559 and 1588.
Mrs Jacob KOOL was born date unknown.
Carol Sue KOUNKOULAS was born on 4 JUL 1956. Parents: Nicholas Antonios KOUNKOULAS and Faith Elizabeth COLBY.
Spouse: John Marcus SWEDBERG. John Marcus SWEDBERG and Carol Sue KOUNKOULAS were married on 8 OCT 1986.
Diane Lois KOUNKOULAS was born on 30 AUG 1953. Parents: Nicholas Antonios KOUNKOULAS and Faith Elizabeth COLBY.
Spouse: John William PETERSON. John William PETERSON and Diane Lois KOUNKOULAS were married on 16 JUL 1977.
Nicholas Antonios KOUNKOULAS was born on 29 NOV 1921. He died on 10 JUN 1976 at Dunn, Harnett County, North Carolina.
North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996
Name: Nicholas Kounkoulas
Death Date: 10 Jun 1976
Death City: Dunn
Death County: Harnett
Death State: North Carolina
Death Age: 54
Burial Location: Burial out of state
Birth Date: 29 Nov 1921
Residence County: Beaufort
Marital Status: Married
Attendant: Medical Examiner
Source: NC Department of Health. North Carolina Deaths, 1976-77
Daniel KOUTNIK was born on 29 APR 1964. Parents: Mr. KOUTNIK and Doris Jean RIGGINS.
Kevin KOUTNIK was born on 2 FEB 1967. Parents: Mr. KOUTNIK and Doris Jean RIGGINS.
Mr. KOUTNIK was born date unknown.
Nancy Emily KOYLE was born on 5 SEP 1873 in Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. She died on 20 DEC 1901 at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. She has Ancestral File Number 1N9P-53.
Christopher Curtis KRAFT was born on 5 OCT 1990 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York. Parents: Kurt KRAFT and Lora Lee COLBY.
Kurt KRAFT was born date unknown.
Anna L. KRAMER was born in JAN 1866 in Germany. She died in 1903 at Holland, Erie County, New York.
Eve Barbara KRAMER was born date unknown.
Hazel C. KREIM was born in 1922.
Spouse: Norman H. COLBY. Norman H. COLBY and Hazel C. KREIM were married in 1968. They were divorced in MAY 1969 in Contra Costa County, California.
Helen Alma KRETSCHMAR was born on 14 MAR 1923 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. She died on 2 AUG 2002 at Tinton Falls, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Tinton Falls, NJ
HELEN KRETSCHMAR COLBY, 79, of Tinton Falls, died Aug. 2, 2002 at The Sycamore, Shrewsbury. Born on 14 Mar 1923 in Philadelphia, she had resided in Tinton Falls since 1961. Mrs. Colby was a homemaker. Prior to that, she worked at Marlboro State Hospital, Marlboro, and the Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh.
Her memberships included the Tinton Falls Women's Club, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth County, Eatontown.
She was a competitive swimmer, placing third at the 1936 Olympic trials. She swam for the Penn Athletic Club, Philadelphia, and swam laps weekly until November.
She was predeceased by her husband, H. Curtis Colby Jr., in 1993. She is survived by her son, H. Curtis Colby III of Boulder, Colo.; two daughters, Lynn C. Matson of Wall, and Nancy C. Titko of Tinton Falls; her sister, Dale Nicholas of Bensalem, Pa.; and six grandchildren.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Aug. 16 at 11 a.m. at St. Anselm's Roman Catholic Church, Tinton Falls.
Memorial donations may be made to Big Brothers Big Sister of Monmouth County, 174 Main St., Eatontown 07724; or Christian Brothers Academy Swimming Team, c/o CBA, 850 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft 07738.
She had Social Security Number 140-12-3016 .
Social Security Death Index
Name: Helen K. Colby
Last Residence: 07712 Asbury Park, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States of America
Born: 14 Mar 1923
Died: 2 Aug 2002
State (Year) SSN issued: New Jersey (Before 1951 )
JoDee KRINGER was born in 1952.
Grace KRIPPNER was born about 1920.
Spouse: Earl F. COLBY. Earl F. COLBY and Grace KRIPPNER were married on 20 SEP 1953.
Robert KROPF was born on 9 JUL 1926.
Spouse: Janice Louise COLBY. Robert KROPF and Janice Louise COLBY were married on 5 AUG 1949.
Dr. Boyd Merrill KROUT was born on 17 JUL 1884 in Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio. He died on 4 MAY 1945 at Stockton, San Joaquin County, California.
Boyd Merrill KROUT was born on 31 JAN 1931 in Alameda County, California. Parents: Dr. Boyd Merrill KROUT and Phoebe Lenore COLBY.
Arthur Leroy KRUM was born on 24 APR 1902 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. He died on 26 NOV 1988 at Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington. Parents: Henry Able KRUM and Clara Matilda Eveline CARRICO.
Beach Byron KRUM was born about 1878 in Kansas. Parents: Howard H. KRUM and Ida RHODES.
Charles Dudley KRUM was born on 8 SEP 1891 in Tyler, Spokane County, Washington. He died on 19 DEC 1936 at Yakima, Yakima County, Washington. Parents: Henry Able KRUM and Clara Matilda Eveline CARRICO.
Emma KRUM was born about 1863 in Freedom, La Salle County, Illinois. She died about 1870. Died when she was 7.
Parents: Hiram F. KRUM and Mary COLBY.
Eva May KRUM was born on 3 MAY 1875. Parents: Thatcher M. KRUM and Angeline Catherine BAIRD.
Harry KRUM was born in 1898. He died in 1898. Parents: Henry Able KRUM and Clara Matilda Eveline CARRICO.
Henry Able KRUM was born on 12 OCT 1858 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. He died on 15 DEC 1925 at Colville, Stevens County, Washington. Parents: Hiram F. KRUM and Mary COLBY.
Spouse: Clara Matilda Eveline CARRICO. Henry Able KRUM and Clara Matilda Eveline CARRICO were married on 26 JUN 1883 in Sprague, Whitman County, Washington. Children were: Roy KRUM, Rossie KRUM, John Henry KRUM, Charles Dudley KRUM, Merle Bernadine KRUM, Arthur Leroy KRUM, Harry KRUM, Rosa KRUM.
Henry C. KRUM was born on 29 JAN 1882 in Nebraska. Parents: Thatcher M. KRUM and Angeline Catherine BAIRD.