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Kellogg, D. O., "Genealogical Items of the Kellogg Family", NEHGR, vol. XIV (1860), pp. 125-132.

[p. 130]

(190) Samuel,3 (Kellogg) b. Dec. 23, 1706, m. Ann ____. He d. 1754, Æ. 48. The distribution of his estate names seven daughters: Lois,4 m. Benjamin Whitna (Benjamin Whitney in Index); Ann,4 m. Nathan Jarvis; Ruth,4; Elizabeth,4 m. Matthew Ried; Mary,4; Esther,4 ; Sarah,4 ; Perhaps there were sons, Stephen,4; and others.

Nason, Rev. Elias, of Medford, Mass. "Births in Hopkinton, Mass.", NEHGR, vol. XIV (1860), pp. 155-160, 209-214.

[p. 155]

1729, Aug. 31, Whitney, Jason son of Mark & Tabitha
1729, Nov. 29, Whitney, Gideon son of Isaac & Elizabeth

[p. 156]

1731, Oct. 4, Whitney, Mary dau. of Mark & Tabitha

[p. 157]

1731-2, Jan. 28, Whitney, Elizabeth dau. of Isaac & Elizabeth
1732-3, April 11, Whitney, Mark son of Mark & Tabitha

[p. 159]

1735, April 11, Whitney, Tabitha dau. of Mark & Tabitha
1736, Jan. 14, Whitney, Thomas son of Mark & Tabitha

[p. 160]

1739, June 12, Whitney, Sarah dau. of Mark & Tabitha
1725, July 29, Whitney, Isaac son of Isaac & Elizabeth
1727, July 25, Whitney, Judith dau. of Isaac & Elizabeth
1742, Oct 3, Whitney, Esther dau. of Mark & Tabitha

[p. 212]

1751, Dec. 30, Whitney, Elizabeth dau. of Gideon & Hannah

"Waltham Revolutionary Army Papers", NEHGR, vol. XIV (1860), pp. 175-176.

[p. 175]

A List of the first Company of Militia in Waltham, including all from sixteen years old and upwards.
Josiah Whitney

[p. 176]

Waltham, Novem. 29th, 1776
A List of those Persons in the first Company of Militia in Waltham, from sixteen years old and upward, which are able bodied, effective men, and not in the service of the United States of America.
Josiah Whitney

"Marriages and Deaths", NEHGR, vol. XIV (1860), pp. 183-189, 284-294, 370-374.

[p. 188] Deaths

Whitney, Gen. Moses, Milton Hill, Dec. 23, a. 85. A funeral sermon was delivered the Sunday after his interment, by his pastor, Rev. Richard Pike, which was printed.
Whitney, Hannah, Bath, Steuben Co., Ohio, Feb. 7, a. 95, wife of Nathan Whitney, and sister of Najah Taylor, Esq., of Brooklyn, now in the 91st year of his age.

[p. 292] Deaths

Stearns, Hon. Charles, Northampton, April 11, a. 71. He was son of Eli5 and Mary (Whitney) Stearns, and was born at Lancaster, Mass. Nov. 15, 1788. He was the 6th gen. from Isaac1 Stearns (who came to New England in 1630, and settled in Watertown, Mass.), through Isaac2, Samuel3, Benjamin4, and Eli5. (See Bond's Watertown, pp. 451-494.)

[p. 373] Deaths

Wellington, Deacon David, Lexington, March 10, a. 88. He was b. Nov. 1, 1771, a subject of King George III. He was one of 13 children of William Wellington and Mary (Whitney) Wellington, of Waltham, Mass., where they were all born.
Of these thirteen children, nine still survive, the youngest of whom was 65 the first of August last; eight were present at the funeral of their brother, which was at the "Follen Church" in East Lexington, March 13th. The only survivor, who was absent from the funeral, was the Rev. Charles Wellington, D. D. of Templeton, Mass., where he has been a settled minister fifty-three years.
The following are the names and ages of this family:
  1. William, now living in Lexington, aged 90 years, Dec 11, 1859.
  2. Deac. David, the subject of this notice, in early life captain of a militia company
  3. Abraham, now living in Waltham, aged 86 years, March 22, 1860
  4. Polly, the wife of Phineas Lawrence of Lexington,

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died June 9, 1850, aged 74, April 16, 1850, being the first one of the thirteen children who died, excepting
  1. Isaac, who was drowned in Fresh Pond, Nov. 12, 1796, a. 18 yrs. on the 20th of the preceding Feb. He was then a member of the senior class in Har. Coll. There is an error in Bond's History of Watertown -- See Columbian Centinel of Nov. 16, 1796.
  2. the Rev. Charles, now living in Templeton, a. 80 years, Feb. 20, 1860, grad. H. C. 1802
  3. Alice, now living in Waltham, a. 70, Oct 31, 1860; the wife of Jonas Clark, Esq.
  4. Betsy, the widow of Isaac Childs, died in Lexington, Oct. 10, 1859, a. 75, Feb. 4, 1859, being the third death out of the 13 children
  5. Seth, once of Boston, now living in Waltham, a. 75, Nov. 18, 1860
  6. Sybil, now living in Lexington, a. 73, Sept. 24, 1860, the widow of Loring Pierce
  7. Marshall, now living in Lexington, a. 71, Sept. 16, 1860
  8. Darius, now living on the old homestead and farm in Waltham, a. 66, Jan 14, 1860
  9. Almira, now living in the city of Cambridge, a. 65, Aug. 1, 1860, the wife of Hon. Francis Bowman.
The subject of this notice was a farmer by occupation; a man of singular purity of life, of simple and unpretending manners.

[p. 374] Deaths

Whitney, Elizabeth, Boston, April 18 (or 13 - copy blurred), a. 94.

"Payments for the Register", NEHGR, vol. XIV (1860), pp. 191, pp. 378

[p. 191] ..received prior to March 14th .. for 1860. :Brighton, F. A. Whitney (Frederick Augustus Whitney in Index)

[p. 378] .. to September 20, 1860.

Boston, H. A. Whitney (Henry Austin Whitney in Index)

"Records of Falmouth (now Portland) Me.", NEHGR, vol. XIV (1860), pp. 223-226.

Intentions of Marriage, from the Records of the Town of Falmouth.
Alphabetically arranged.

[p. 226]

Richard Dutton with Eliz. Whitney (Elizabeth in Index), married by Mr. Smith, Oct. 8, 1780.

"Tolman Genealogy", NEHGR, vol. XIV (1860), pp. 247-260.

[p. 253]

(133) Samuel Howe,6 Tolman b. in Dor., April 30, 1781, m. Rachel Damon, (b. Feb. 22, 1794) Oct. 22, 1816. He d. at Atkinson, N. H., April 2, 1851, grad. Dart. Coll. 1806, also at the Medical School in the same place; studied theology with Dr. John M. Whiton, of Antrim, N. H.; was ord. at Shirley, Mass., as colleague with Rev. Phineas Whitney, Oct. 25, 1815; settled subsequently at Dunstable, and at Merrimack, N. H.; d. April 2, 1856

"Founders of New England", NEHGR, vol. XIV (1860), pp. 300-342

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The Elizabeth and Ann Roger Coop Mr. Theis p'ties herevnder expressed are to be imbarqued for New England having taken the oaths of Allegeance and Supremacie and likewise brought Certificate both from Ministers and Justices where their abidinges were latlie, of their conformitie to the discipline and orders of the Church of England and yt they are no Subsedy Men.
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Transcriber's Note: Index listings for the above: John, Nathaniel, Thomas, Jonathan.


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