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The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, by Frederick Clifton Pierce (Chicago: 1895)

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WHITNEY GENEALOGY. 225

Springfield, VT, Apr 5, 1808; d. Burns, NY, Sep 3, 1886. He was a farmer and with his wife is buried in Hope Cemetery in Almond. Was member of the Baptist church. He d. Aug 3, 1880; res. Almond, NY. 3354. i. LAWRENCE T., b. Sep 14, 1827; m. Josephine BARBER. 3355. ii. JOHN ALLEN, b. Dec 14, 1829; m. Diantha FULLER. 3356. iii. SARAH LOUISA, b. Dec 18, 1836; m. at Howard Flats, NY, Apr 2, 1856, Joshua S. MOORE, a shoemaker, b. Apr 8, 1830; d. Nov 12, 1870. Ch.: Emma Josephine, b. Hartsville, Oct 20, 1857; m. John HARTNETT, Aug 1, 1880, a farmer; Fred, b. Dec 13, 1865; killed Apr 3, 1891, at Vandalia, head brakeman; head end col- lision; buried Hornellsville cemetery; unm. She m. 2d, Dec 23, 1891, Francis M. JAYNES, a blacksmith; res. Burns, NY. 3357. iv. ADELAIDE VIRGINIA, b. Nov 3, 1844; m. Mar 2, 1862, John A. GLOAD, b. Jul 8, 1834; d. Jan 8, 1878;p m. 2d, Nov 10, 1879, Rev. John BEZONI, b. May 17, 1853; res. Latham, MO. Ch.: Williams A., b. Apr 27, 1864; m. Oct 21, 1891; res. 5759 Chamberlain Ave., St. Louis, Mo.; Emma L., b. Feb 27, 1866; m. Oct 6, 1884, ----- CARSON; res. Elreno, OK; J. Frank, b. Dec 18, 1868; m. Oct 9, 1890; res. Lebanon, MO, Adelaide F., b. Feb 16, 1871; res. Latham, MO; Georgia, b. Jun 8, 1875; res. Latham, MO.; Joseph W., b. Dec 4 1877; d. Mar 31, 1878; Charles Arthur, b. Aug 19,1880; Homer A., b. May 13, 1882; Ethel V., b. June 3, 1885. 3358. v. MERCY FIDELIA, b. Aug 1, 1832; d. Feb 12, 1859. 1522. CAPT. AMI WHITNEY (Tarball, Solomon, David, Joshua, John), b. July 28, 1793; m. Nov 9, 1815; Rachel OSGOOD, b. Swanzey, NH, May 22, 1797; d. May 4, 1865, s.p. He served during the war, and at its close was captain in the NY state militia. Has held many offices in the gift of his townsmen; res. Almond, NY. 1524. SOLOMON WHITNEY (Tarball, Solomon, David, Joshua, John), b. Apr 29 1790, Poultney, VT; m. July 4, 1813, Sarah A. HASKINS, b. Dec 15, 1798; d. July 24 1834. He was a farmer. He d. Nov 26, 1843; res. Almond, NY, and Van Buren, IN. 3359. i. AMI, b. July 28, 1815; m. Elizabeth FERGUSON and Caroline BORDERS. 3360. ii. TEMPERANCE, b. Jan 4, 1818; d. Aug 6, 1822, from burns caused by her clothing taking fire. 3361. iii. ASENATH, b. June 2, 1820; m. Aug 1, 1839, Stephen KETCHUM; res. Primrose, WI. She d. Mar 28, 1886. Stephen KETCHUM was b. Oct 29, 1813; d. Aug 24, 1856, from the effect of being kicked in the bowels by a horse, only living about twenty min- utes after being injured. This occured at Van Buren, IN. Stephen and Asenath had nine ch.: Edwin S., b. Sep 28, 1840; Albert, b. July 25, 1842; d. July 17, 1846; George, b. Oct 16, 1844 d. at Madison, WI, with the measles shortly after enlisting in a Wis. volunteer regt. during the Rebellion; Ann Eliza,b. Dec 27, 1846; Hubert, b. May 7, 1848; Loren L. and Lawrence L., twins, were b. Dec 23, 1850; Loren res. Madison, WI; Ami Whitney, b. Aug 13, 1854; d. Dec 10, 1878; was murdered at Plumb Creek, Neb. 3362. iv. SARAH ANN, b. July 9, 1823; m. Nov 12, 1844, Rev. Caleb H. BLANCH- ARD; res. Wolcottville, IN. He is a Baptist clergyman, and for fifty years has preached to one congregation-quite an honorary record for a country pastor. He was b. Dec 11, 1817, in Rut- land Co., VT. Is s.p. They celebrated their golden wedding Nov 12, 1894. 3363. v. SOLOMON, b. Mar 22, 1827; m. Sarah STRUBLE and Mrs. Selena LOMAX. 3364. vi. RUFUS, b. Sept 28, 1829; m. Lodema BARTLE. 1526. JOHN WHITNEY (Solomon, Solomon, David, Joshua, John), b. Poultney, VT, Sep 1, 1791; m. there Sally HOLLENBECK. He was a farmer and died in Poultney, s.p.

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