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C.F.E. Hollis Hallett, Bermuda Index 1784-1914: an index of births, marriages, deaths, as recorded in Bermuda newspapers (Bermuda:Juniperhill Press, 1989)

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1812, Sept. 5: Miss Ann Whitney married Capt. John Tilley on Aug. 27. 1505
1815, April 1: Miss Frances Whitney married George Hutchins in Hamilton on March 18. 1505
1816, Nov. 30: Capt. John Whitney died at Spanish Point on Nov. 16, leaving a widow and 4 children. 1505
1819, Sept. 18: Miss Elizabeth Whitney married Capt. David Swan on Sept. 11 in Hamilton, by Rev. R. Hoare. 1505
1820, Dec. 30: Seth H. Whitney died at Spanish Point on Dec. 28. 1505
1824, March 20: Jeremiah Whitney died at Spanish Point. 1505
1832, July 24: Capt. David Whitney married Ann Wood White, youngest daughter of William White, on July 19 in Pembroke. 1505
1832, Aug. 21: Robert P. Whitney married Mrs. Frances Frith in Warwick on Aug. 18. 1505
1834, July 29: Ann Whitney, only daughter of the late John Whitney married Capt. William Lightbourn in Pembroke on July 24. 1505
1834, Dec. 2: David Whitney, birth of a daughter in Hamilton on Nov. 26. 1505
1835, July 21: Miss Emmeline Whitney, niece of J. Walker Whitney junior, of Bermuda, died in Turks Islands. 1505
1837, June 13: David Whitney, birth of a son in Pembroke on June 7. 1505
1838, Dec. 25: David Whitney, birth of a daughter in Pembroke on Dec. 20. 1505
1841, Jan. 12: David Whitney, birth of a son at Pitts Bay, in Pembroke, on Jan. 6. 1505
1841, Dec. 7: William Whitney, aged 32, died in Pembroke on Dec. 2. 1506
1842, May 24: David Whitney, birth of a daughter in Pembroke on May 20. 1506
1842, Oct. 11: Francis William Whitney married Susan Frances Massiah, daughter of the late S. Massiah of Demerara, on Aug. 11 at St. George's Cathedral, Demerara. (Demerara Gazette, Aug. 11) 1506
1844, July 30: Anna Whitney, elder daughter of Capt. Henry Whitney, married Capt. John Thomas Watlington on July 25 in Devonshire, by Rev. J.F. Lightbourn. 1506
1844, Dec. 3: David Whitney, birth of twin sons in Pembroke on Nov. 29. 1506
1844, Dec. 3: Mrs. Ruth Whitney, aged 78, widow of Jeremiah Whitney, died in Devonshire on Nov. 23. 1506
1844, Dec. 10: Capt. John Whitney died in Pembroke on Dec. 3. 1506
1846, May 12: Robert Whitney, aged 71, died in Pembroke on May 6, leaving a widow, son, and daughter. 1506
1847, Sept. 21: Capt. Charles Henry Whitney of Bermuda married Arabella Cleary, 2nd daughter of Charles Cleary of Halifax, on Aug. 26 at Halifax. 1506
1848, Aug. 15: Henry J. Whitney, birth of a daughter on July 26 in Devonshire. 1506
1848, Oct. 3: David Whitney, birth of a son in Pembroke on Sept. 28. 1506
1849, Aug. 21: David John Whitney, aged 10 months, son of David Whitney, died in Pembroke on Aug. 16. 1506
1850, Feb. 26: Henry J. Whitney, birth of a son on July 26 in Pembroke on Feb. 24. 1506
1851, Jan. 14: Miss Ann White Whitney, only daughter of the late Robert P. Whitney, married James Moore, 3rd son of Samuel Moore, Barrack Department, Ireland Island, on Jan. 10 at St. Mary's Church, Warwick. 1506
1851, March 18: David Whitney, birth of a daughter in Pembroke on March 11. 1506
1851, June 24: Susannah Tynes Whitney, aged about 3 months, daughter of Capt. David Whitney, died in Pembroke on June 17. 1506
1851, Nov. 11: Amelia Christiana Whitney, youngest daughter of the late Capt. Henry Whitney, married Benjamin W. Watlington in Devonshire on Nov. 6, by Rev. J.F. Lightbourn. 1506
1853, Feb. 1: Honora Susan Whitney, eldest daughter of Capt. David Whitney, married Capt. Alfred George Newman of the brigantine Standard, in Pembroke Church on Jan. 25. 1506
1854, July 18: Capt. David Whitney, in his 43rd year, died on June 29 in Grenada, leaving a widow and 7 children; he had been on a voyage in the trading schooner Margaret Musson, of which he was part-owner. 1506
1855, Feb. 6: William Whitney, in his 76th year, died on Jan. 9 at Grand Cay, Turks Islands. 1507
1855, Feb. 13: Susan Frances Whitney, aged 37, wife of Francis W. Whitney, died in Demerara on Jan. 11. 1507
1857, Sept. 1: Agnes Isabella Whitney, aged 5, youngest daughter of the late Capt. David Whitney, died in Pembroke on Aug. 29. 1507
1857, Dec. 22: Thomas Lea Smith Whitney, aged about 12, 3rd son of the late Capt. David Whitney, died in Pembroke on Dec. 20. 1507
1858, June 8: Charlotte Gibbons Whitney, only daughter of James Whitney, of Saint John, New Brunswick, married W.O. Pell Smith, M.D., of New York, son of Hon. William B. Smith of Bermuda, on April 24 in New Brunswick. 1507
1859, March 22: Mrs. Mary S. Whitney, in her 73rd year, widow of Capt. John Whitney, died in Pembroke on March 19. 1507
1861, Dec. 10: Henry J. Whitney, aged 43, a native of Bermuda, died in Georgetown, Demerara, on Oct. 25. 1507
1863, Sept. 8: Amelia Martha Whitney, widow of Capt. Henry Whitney, died in Devonshire on Sept. 4, leaving a son and 2 daughters. 1507
1869, July 6: George Orrett Whitney married Mary Jane Jones, daughter of Capt. Thomas B. Jones, of Worcester, Maryland, on June 10 at Snow Hill, Maryland. 1507
1871, March 14: George O. Whitney, birth of a daughter at Snow Hill, Worcester County, Maryland, on Jan. 23. 1507
1872, Oct. 22: George O. Whitney, birth of a daughter on Oct. 20 in Southampton Parish. 1507
1873, Jan. 21: Adelaide Susan Whitney, 3rd daughter of F.W. Whitney, late merchant of Demerara and now of New York, married James Smith Beate, son of the late John Beete, on Dec. 19, 1872, in Demerera 1507
1873, June 10: Thomas V. Whitney, in his 63rd year, died on May 15 at "Antoinia," Connecticut. 1507
1874, March 31: Francis William Whitney, 2nd son of F. W. Whitney, aged 19, died on March 19 at his residence, in Jersey City Heights. (N.Y. Herald, March 20) 1507
1874, July 28: Henry P. Whitney married Mary E. Allen, daughter of C.M. Allen, U.S. Consul At Bermuda, on June 25 in Belmont, N.Y. 1507
1874, Sept. 1: James Richard Whitney, 2nd son of Henry Walker Whitney of Turks Islands, married Elizabeth Frances Newbold, 3rd daughter of the late Benjamin Newbold, on Aug. 25 at St. Mary's Church, Warwick. 1507
1874, Sept. 15: George O. Whitney, birth of a daughter on Sept. 5 in Southampton Parish. 1507
1874, Dec. 8: Annie E. Whitney, formerly of Bermuda, married Edwin B. Smead of Greenfield, Mass., an Nov. 12 at the home of the bride's mother. ( Baltimore Sea, Nov. 16 ) 1508
1875, Feb. 2 William Whitney, U.S. Deputy Consul, married Miss Frances Mary Hill, daughter of the late John Hill of Bermuda, on Jan. 27 at St. Mark's Church, Smith's Parish. 1508
1876, May 30: John Walker Whitney, 3rd son of Henry Walker Whitney of Turks Islands. married Louisa Ann Bascome, 2nd and only surviving daughter of the late Capt. James Bascome at Pembroke Church on May 25. 1508
1876, June 6. George O. Whitney, birth of a son at Whale Bay on May 25. 1508
1876, Sept. 26: Thomas Jones Whitney, aged 3 months, son of George and Mary Jane Whitney, died at Snow Hill, Maryland. 1508
1877, Nov. 27: James R. Whitney, birth of a son at Harmony Cottage, Warwick, on Nov. 21. 1508
1878, March 12: John W. Whitney, birth of a son in Devonshire on March 7. 1508
1878, April 9: Henry W. Whitney, in his 52nd year, died on March 2 in Turks Islands, leaving a wife and a large family of children. 1508
1880, Oct. 1: Mary Jane Whitney, wife of George O. Whitney, died in Baltimore on Sept. 22, en route from Bermuda to visit her father at Snow Hill, Maryland. 1508
1878, Oct. 1: Elissa Isabel Susan Whitney, eldest daughter of the late Henry W. Whitney, married Arthur Wallace Frith of Bermuda, in Turks Islands on Sept. 5. ( Turks Islands Standard, Sept. 7 ) 1508
1879, Nov. 11: Rosa S. Whitney, youngest daughter of the late Capt. David S. Whitney, married E.B. Smead of Greenfield, Mass., now a merchant of Baltimore, on Oct. 30 in Baltimore. 1508
1880, April 20: Mrs. Ann Wood Whitney, aged 67, widow of Capt. David Whitney, died in Baltimore on March 29, leaving a daughter and 2 sons. 1508
1880, May 4: Mrs. John R. Whitney, youngest daughter of the late James R. Bascome, aged 36, died on April 30 in Hamilton. 1508
1883, Feb. 27: Mrs. Maria Brower, widow of Colonel Josiah Mann, and sister of William Whitney of Mont Clare, died on Feb. 12, aged 79, at her residence, Elizabeth Street, Birmingham. 1508
1887, Feb. 22: Mrs. E.W. Phelps, sister of Mr. W. Whitney, in her 75th year, died in Kansas on Feb. 15. 1508
1887, June 14: John W. Whitney married Rosie Jane Moore on June 2 at St. Anne's Church, Southampton. ( Turks Island's papers, Please copy ) 1509
1889, July 23: Sarah N. Whitney, aged 89, died in Warwick on July 21. 1509
1889, Dec. 31: William Whitney died suddenly on Dec. 26 at his residence, Mont Clare, Flatts. He was born on Dec. 16, 1821, "a member of the old Whitney family of New York". He was appointed Deputy U.S. Consul to Bermuda in 1872, married on Jan. 27, 1875, to Miss Frances Hill, daughter of the late John Hill. He was also a founder of the Whitney Institute. 1509
1892, June 28: Miss Jane A. Whitney of Bridgeport, Conn., aged 73, sister of the late William Whitney of Mont Clare, Bermuda, died on June 7 in Bridgeport at the residence of her brother, John D. Whitney. ( Bridgeport Farmer, June 9 ) 1509
1894, Oct. 9: G.O. Whitney, birth of a son on Oct. 1 at Sunset Villa, Pembroke. 1509
1895, April 16: Mrs. Frances Whitney, widow of Robert P. Whitney, aged 90 years, 9 months, died at Moorlands, Paget, on April 7. 1509
1895, Dec. 10: Catherine Jane Whitney, in her 71st year, a native of Bermuda, widow of Henry Whitney (for many years a public officer in Turks Islands), died on Nov. 12 in Turks Islands, leaving 5 sons, 2 daughters, a sister and a brother, and 11 grand-children. ( Turks Islands Royal Standard, Nov. 16) 1509
1896, Sept. 8: David St. George Whitney of Grand Turk married Trueletta Louise Meyer, eldest daughter of E.A. Meyer of Bermuda, on Aug. 11 at Turks Islands. ( Turks Islands Royal Standard ) 1509
1901, Nov. 30: Frances Mary Whitney, aged 73, widow of William Whitney, died on Nov. 26 at her residence at Flatts, Monticello. 1509
1901, Dec. 3: Frances Mary Whitney, as above, with long obituary. 1509
1905, Nov. 21: H. Willis Whitney of Bermuda married Miss Jessie Whitby of Montreal on Nov. 15 at St. Mary's Church, Warwick. The bride is the daughter of the late Henry Charles Whitby, merchant of Montreal, and was married from the home of Frederick Frith, the head of the firm with which the groom is chief clerk. The groom is the only son of John Walker Whitney of Turks Islands. The couple are to live at "Waterview". 1509
1909, June 5: Mrs. Joanna Shoemaker, widow of Hon. G.O. Whitney, of Hamilton, Bermuda, married Asher Francis Black on April 27 at Mount Airy, Penn. Mr. Black was a former well-known merchant of Malden, Mass. The couple will go eventually to Mr. Black's summer home on Cliff Island, and next winter to Bermuda, where Mrs. Black has a beautiful home. (Malden Evening Mail, April 30) 1510
1913, June 19: Miss Whitney, daughter of the late George O. Whitney of Eagle's Nest, Pembroke, is the widow of Charles H. Wood of Meridian, N.J., who died there on June 5. He was a young man, and had been a regular visitor to Bermuda for many years. 1510

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