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Colburn, Jeremiah, "Bibliography of the Local History of Massachusetts", NEGHR, vol. XXIV (1870), pp. 73-76, 146-148, 318-323.

For the towns of Rutland [p. 74], Shrewsbury [p. 148], Southborough [p. 318], Spencer [p. 319], Sterling [p. 320], Sturbridge [p. 321], Sutton [p. 322], and Templeton [p. 232], :the following notation is given:
See "History of Worcester County" by Peter Whitney. Worcester, 1793

"Necrology of New England Colleges", "Harvard University", NEHGR, vol XXIV (1870), pp. 175-179.

[p. 179]

1864--Lawrence, Gardner Whitney -- s. of Joshua W. and Sarah A. (Whitney) Lawrence; b. in Concord, Mass., March 28, 1842; d. there, Feb. 27, 1869; had entered upon the practice of law in Boston; m. 1868, Mary E. Ryder, of Bridgewater, Mass.

"Proceedings of the N. E. Hist. and Gen. Society", NEHGR, vol. XXIV (1870), pp. 201-206.

[p. 201]

Books and pamphlets have been received from the following names societies and individuals, during the year 1869: --

[p. 202]

Rev. F. A. Whitney *
* = Frederick Augustus Whitney in Index

"Life Members of the New England Historic, Genealogical Society", NEHGR, vol. XXIV (1870), pp. 223.

1863 -- Henry Austin Whitney, A. M., Boston

"The Coffin Family", NEHGR, vol. XXIV (1870), pp. 305-315.

[Communicated by Sylvanus J. Macy, Esq., of New York, N. Y. Annotated by the late Nathaniel W. Coffin, Esq., of Dorchester, and William S. Appleton, A. M.]

[p. 309]

29. Josiah5 (Jethro4, Peter3, Tristram2, Peter1) was born in Nantucket, July 28, 1698, and died Jan. 15, 1780. He married Elizabeth Coffin [15. viii], who was born in Nantucket, Sept. 27, 1703, and died in 1774. They had:-- [15 children listed]
  1. Margaret, b. in Nantucket, July 9, 1721 ; m. 1st, John Whitney ; 2nd, Shubael s. of Joseph and Ruth (Coffin) [5, xi.] Gardner.

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