The Byron Loomis House (1850)

March 28th, 2008 Posted in Houses, Italianate, Suffield


Byron Loomis was the son of Neland Loomis, one of the six Loomis brothers who established themselves in Suffield as tobacco merchants (another brother was John Welles Loomis). Byron Loomis, who became one of the wealthiest tobacco barons in Suffield, may have built his Italianate house on South Main Street as early as 1850, or perhaps in the 1860s.

  1. 2 Responses to “The Byron Loomis House (1850)”

  2. By Anonymous on Jun 20, 2009

    This is probably my ancestor’s house. Sunny

  3. By anonymous on Aug 2, 2011

    I went to birthday parties in this house when I was a kid…in the 1980’s.

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