Thomas Collicut

(1705 - before 1779)

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Relationship7th great-grandfather of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Corkum
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Corkum Family Pedigree

Some Background

Thomas Collicut was also known as Thomas Calcote. The surname is also sometimes rendered as Collicott and Killicot.1

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildThomas Collicut was born in 1705, in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England.2
GroomHe married Margaret circa 1730 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England... Probably. The year is based on the likely birth years of their children. This year implies that they were in the Province of Massachusetts Bay as their family does not appear in Nova Scotia until 1750.3
DeceasedHe died before 1779 in Chester, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.1

Children with Margaret:

Emigrated

Circa 1750, Thomas Collicut and Margaret Collicut emmigrated from Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England, to Chester, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.1

Sources - Citations

  1. [S959] Kenneth S. Paulsen, Compiler, Nova Scotian Families, online at: http://genealogy-paulsen.com/Genealogy/Nova_Scotian_Families.html; (Charlestown, Massachusetts), accessed Jan 2017, Genealogy of the Collicut and Clinton Families of Chester, N.S. (1705 - 2017) - First Generation; names, dates, relationships, places.
  2. [S959] Nova Scotian Families, Jan 2017, Genealogy of the Collicut and Clinton Families of Chester, N.S. (1705 - 2017); First Generation; names, dates, relationships, places.
  3. [S959] Nova Scotian Families, Jan 2017, Genealogy of the Collicut and Clinton Families of Chester, N.S. (1705 - 2017) - First Generation; names, relationship.
  4. [S959] Nova Scotian Families, Jan 2017, Genealogy of the Collicut and Clinton Families of Chester, N.S. (1705 - 2017) - Second Generation; names, dates, relationships, places.
Last Edited8 Dec 2017

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