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Whitney, Henry Austin, Memoranda Relating to Families of the Name of Whitney in England, (Boston: 1859).
PEDIGREE OF WHITNEY, OF WHITNEY, IN HEREFORDSHIRE
Sir BALDWIN WHITNEY, of Whitney in Herefordshire, Knt. = ..., daughter of ... Pitchard.
Sir Eustace Whitney, of Whitney, Knt. = ..., dau. of Clauboro'.
Sir Robert Whitney, of Whitney, Knt. = ..., dau. of ... Russell.
Sir Eustace Whitney, of Whitney, Knt. = ..., dau. of ... Parree.
..., dau. of Thomas Rogers, = Robert Whitney, of Whitney = Constance, dau. of James Baron Audley,
of Herefordshire. | by ..., dau. of ... Holland, Earl of
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James Whitney, of Whitney, Esq. = Blanche, dau. and coheir of Simon Melborne, Joan Whitney, mar. 1st, to ... married to William Harper,
| of Tillington, co. Hereford; widow of Sir Thomas Rogers; 2d, to ... of Wellington, co. Hereford.
| William Herbert, Knt. Vaughan, of co. Hereford.
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Robert Whitney, = Margaret, dau. of Watkins Whitney = Margaret, dau. and heir James Whitney. Robert Whitney. Elizabeth Whitney,
of Whitney, Esq. | Robert Wye, of | of Jenkin Ap Reece, of wife of Thomas Mor-
| Gloucestershire. | Clysoe, co. Radnor. gan, of Arkston.
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| Jenkin Whitney. Katherine Whitney, wife of Robert Clough, of Shropshire.
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~ Sir Robert Whitney, = Sibyl, dau. of Sir James James Whitney William Whitney, Elizabeth Whitney, George Whitney =
: of Whitney, Knt. | Baskerville, Knt. d. without issue. d. without issue. wife of William Bas- ____________|
: | tard. of Banbury. |
William Whitney, | George Whitney, m.
natural son | ..., daughter of ...
| Savage, of Worcester-
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Sir James Whitney, of Whitney, Knt., Eustace Whitney, of Whitney, = Margaret, dau. and coheir Robert Whitney = Elizabeth, dau.
died without issue. heir to his brother James; | of William Vaughan, of | of Morgan Ap
buried July 12, 1608. | Galsbury, in co. Radnor; | Williams.
__________________________________| buried July 26, 1606. |
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| Nicholas Whitney. William Whitney. Thomas Whitney, = Margaret Whitney, wife of
| Eustace Whitney. (Quaere?) bur. at of Westminster. | William Poell.
| Richard Whitney. Whitney, Jan. 4, | -----
| 1629. | Anne Whitney, wife of Tho-
| _______________________________| mas Robage, in the service
| | of the Earl of Pembroke.
| Robert Whitney, = Mary, dau. of
| of Westminster | John Towers.
| John Whitney, aged 38, A.D. 1676, claimeth to be heir to the whole family.
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Sir Robert Whitney, = Anne, daughter of Thomas Whitney, born Eleanor Whitney, married Joan Whitney, wife of
of Whitney, born | Sir Thomas Lucy, July 28, 1594. to Sir Henry Williams, of John Wigmore, of Lug-
Sept. 23, 1592, bu- | of Charlecote, in Givernevett, co. Breck- ton, in co. Hereford,
ried Sept. 15, 1653. | Warwickshire, Knt. nock, Knt. Gent.
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Robert Whitney Constantine Whitney [Con- Thomas Whitney William Whitney Lucy Whitney, wife of Bridget Whitney, bap.
b. April 1, 1615. stance?]. See Note below.* bap. Jan. 6, 1622. bap. Oct. 2, 1631. ... Smallman, of Ki- Oct. 11, 1629; buried
------ ------ nersley, co. Hereford, Feb. 8, 1629-30.
Richard Whitney, baptized Francis Whitney. Gent. ------
Jan. 6, 1620. ------ Eleanor Whitney.
Anne Whitney, wife of ------
Thomas Rodde, of Fox- Susan Whitney.
ley in Herefordshire; ------
born Feb. 10, 1614; Elizabeth Whitney.
mar. Jan. 1, 1634.
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| * Note.- CONSTANCE WHITNEY. In Stowe's "Survey of London,"|
folio, 1633, there is an inscription given, to be found on a monument in
St. Giles Cripplegate Church, "on the South side of the quire," - the
following account of which is taken from that work and the "New View
of London," published in 1708.
| "Above Mr. Fox's is a very spacious fine white Marble Monument|
adorned with an entablature, Pediment; the figure of a young Lady
rising (in a black coffin), with her winding-sheet about her (as an Em-
blem of the Resurrection); and two Cupids, one offering her a Crown,
the other a Chaplet; with this Inscription, partly on the side of the
Coffin, the rest under it [the inscription is given as printed in the 'Survey
of London,' 1633]:--
"'To the Memory
of CONSTANCE WHITNEY, eldest daugh-
ter to Sir ROBERT WHITNEY, of WHIT-
NEY, the proper possession of him and his
ancestors, in Herefordshire, for above
500 years past. Her Mother was the
fourth daughter of Sir THOMAS LUCY,
of CHARLECOITE, in Warwickshire, by
CONSTANCE KINGSMELL, daughter and
Heire of RICHARD KINGSMELL, Survey-
or of the Court of Wards. This Lady
LUCY, her grandmother, so bred her
since she was eight years old,
[Thus farre written upon the figure
of resemblance of a Coffin.]
As she excel'd in all noble qualities, becom-
ming a Virgin of so sweet proportion of
beauty and harmony of parts, she had all
sweetnesse of manners answerable:
A delightfull sharpnesse of wit;
An offencelesse modesty of Conversation;
A singular respect and piety to her Pa-
rents; but Religious even to example.
She departed this Life most Christianly, at
seventeene; dying, the griefe of all; but
to her Grandmother an unrecoverable
losse, save in her expectation shee shall
not stay long after her, and the comfort of
knowing whose she is, and where in the
Resurrection to meet her.'"
| The following is from the "New View of London:" --|
"Under which Inscription are her Arms as a single woman,--
borne in a Lozenge.'
"'Sable a Cross Chequy Or and Gules,
"There is not date to the Monument; but I have some reason to be-
lieve it about 100 years old. This is probably it that has given occasion
to so many fabulous Relations of a Woman here, who, after she was
buried, was taken up alive, and had several Children afterward."
| Note by H. G. S.--Some person has added, in ink, to the foregoing account,--"two children, there being two on the monument." (!) The monument was probably erected about 1632.
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