Source 1. Loomis Family;
Source 2. Histories & Genealogies of Ancient Windsor by Henry R. Stiles.
Source 3. New England Marriages Prior To 1700 by Torrey;
Source 4. Hudson and Mohawk Valleys, Book: 974.74 D3r: pg: 642;
John, son of Joseph Loomis, was born in England, in 1622, and became man of prominence in the town of Windsor, Connecticut;
He married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Scott, of Hartford, Connecticut. He was known as Deacon John and died September 1, 1688;
Source 5: Early Connecticute Probate Records Book: 974.6p2m pg: 307;
Source 6: Will of John Loomis, Windsor, dated 27 Aug 1688. Exhibited 4 Dec 1688. Will on file and found in my Loomis File.
John Loomis became a man of prominence in the town of Windsor, Conn. He was deputy to the General Court \in 1666-67, and from 1675-1687 inclusive. He signed his name John Loomys on a court document dated 1688;
He was known as Deacon John On 5 Dec 1682 John Loomis Senior and John Moore took the Inventory of the property of John Gillett; John Loomis has a monument still standing in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut burying ground. He died at the age of 66;;
Source 7: Catalogue of the names of the First Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut; Book: 974.6 D2H; John Loomis settled in Windsor in 1639; He came with Mr. huet & was Juror in 1642; John Loomis the 2nd married Elizabeth Scott, Windsor in 1648