Halsey and Phoebe lived in Wilton, Connecticut during their married life. In 1814 Halsey bought property located on Chicken Street in Wilton from his brother Jared who moved to Otsego County, New York.
Phoebe died on July 16, 1842. In the 1850 U.S. census Halsey is listed living with his daughter Mary Ann Jennings and her family. Halsey died on October 22, 1853 in Wilton. Phoebe and Halsey are buried at Batterson Cemetery in Wilton.
Children of Halsey and Phoebe Lockwood Partrick:
- Seymour Partrick; b. ca 1793; d. September 18, 1859
- Zillah Partrick; b. ca 1794; d. November 7, 1843; m. Justus Sherwood
- Fanny Partrick; b. 1797; m. Ira Bates
- Silas Partrick; b. September 20, 1799; d. October 20, 1880; m. Clarissa Bates (my 4th great-grandfather)
- Bradford Partrick; b. 1805; m. Nancy Allen
- Noah Partrick; b. 1806; d. November 14, 1868; m1 Eliza Ann Williams; m2 Lucy Williams
- Mary Ann Partrick; b. December 5, 1810; d. March 17, 1883; m. Orrin Jennings
- George Partrick; b. 1811; d. November 8, 1869; m. Frances Jennings
- William Edgar Partrick; b. ca 1813; d. February 12, 1913; m. Mary Northrup
- Charles Partrick; b. October 31, 1815; d. February 26, 1895; m1 Harriet Amelia Van Hoosear, m2 Susan Hoyt
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