Father: John COLE b: 1665 in Farmington (Berlin since 1785),Hartford Co.,CT Mother: Mehitable LOOMIS b: 27 Oct 1672 in Windsor,Hartford Co.,CT
Marriage 1 Abigail HART b: 28 Feb 1701/1702 in Avon,Hartford Co.,CTMarried: 11 Jun 1729 in Farmington (Berlin since 1785),Hartford Co.,CT
ChildrenSarah COLE b: 15 Apr 1730 in Farmington (Berlin since 1785), Hartford Co.,CT Mary COLE b: 18 Feb 1731/1732 Abigail COLE b: 25 Jun 1735
Marriage 2 Lydia BENTON b: 26 Apr 1705 in Hartford,Hartford Co.,CTMarried: 26 Apr 1745 in Farmington (Berlin since 1785),Hartford Co.,CT
ChildrenStephen COLE b: 16 Jan 1746 in Farmington (Berlin since 1785),Hartford Co.,CT Lydia COLE b: 2 Jan 1747/1748
GGG-Grandfather of composer Cole Porter through Stephen Cole 1745-1801 -> Albert Cole 1790-1878 -> James Omar Cole 1828-1923 -> Kate Cole 1862-1952 -> Cole Albert Porter 1891-1964.
- Source: S584 Author: Edward H. Cole Title: Descendants of John Cole Abbreviation: Descendants of John Cole Publication: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/o/l/Edward-Cole-AZ/ Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: iii. STEPHEN COLE, b. 03 Oct 1698, Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut; d. 11 Jan 1777, Kensington, CONT Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut.
- Source: S585 Author: Alfred Andrews with updates by Richard Hart Title: Stephen Hart and His Descendants Abbreviation: Stephen Hart and His Descendants Publication: http://www.mv.com/ipusers/harts/family/harts/History/overview.html Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
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