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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)

Transcribed by the Whitney Research Group, 1999.


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62 WHITNEY GENEALOGY.

608a. v. BENJAMIN, b. -----; settled in Bowdoin, Me. [NOTE] 609. vi. JOSEPH, b. -----; m.-----; res. In Phillips, Me. [NOTE] 610. vii. SAMUEL, b. in 1774; m. Lydia CURIT. [NOTE] 611. viii. SARAH, b. ----- [NOTE]. 612. ix. REBECCA, b. ----- [NOTE]. 613. x. RACHEL, b. -----; res. Phillips, Me. [NOTE] 614. xi. THANKFUL, b. ----- [NOTE]. 615. xii. ISABEL, b. -----; res. Phillips, Me. [NOTE] 206. ELDER NAHAM [NOTE] WHITNEY (Nathaniel, Benjamin, John), b. York, Me., Jan. 10, 1706; m. [NOTE] Nov. 12, 1730,* Lydia YOUNG, dau. of Matthews, who d. in 1751 [NOTE]. He was a prominent and influential citizen, and was called Elder WHITNEY; res. York, Me. 207. ELDER NATHANIEL OR Nathan WHITNEY (Nathaniel, Benjamin, John), b.York, Me., Dec. 12, 1709; m. Molly DAY [NOTE]. He was a native of York, Me., and one of the first settlers in Gorham. Was an elder in the church and a prominent and influential citizen, and much employed in town affairs, and a leader in religious mat- ters. He was many times on important committees in the Revolutionary days. He was a man of unquestioned integrity. Abel and Nathaniel WHITNEY witnessed will of Elias PERRY, at York, in 1735. He d. in 1804 [NOTE]; res. York and Gorham, Me. 616. i. MOSES, b. 1739 [NOTE]; m. Molly PAGE and Abigail ----- [NOTE]. 617. ii. NATHAN, b. ----- [NOTE]. 618. iii. JOSIAH, b. ----- [NOTE]. 619. iv. AARON, b. ----- [NOTE]. 620. v. ASA, b. Dec., 1754; m. Flora ----- and Phebe HOPKINS [NOTE]. 621. vi. ABEL, b. -----; m. Thankful MORTON [NOTE]. 208. ABEL WHITNEY (Nathaniel, Benjamin, John), b. York, Me., July 23, 1712; m. Nov. 28, 1735 [NOTE], Mary CANE, dau. of Nicholas; res. York, Gorham and Standish, Me. 622. i. JOANNA, b. Oct. 10, 1736. 623. ii. MOSES [NOTE], b. Feb. 17, 1737. 624. iii. JOSEPH [NOTE], b. Mar. 1, 1739. 625. iv. DANIEL, b. Sept. 7, 1741; d. before 1754. 626. v. JOEL, b. May 21, 1743; m. Mary WESTON. 627. vi. MARY [NOTE], b. Oct. 5, 1744. 628. vii. LYDIA [NOTE], b. July 31, 1746. 629. viii. ZEBULON, b. Nov. 27, 1747; m. Joanna STONE. 630. ix. JOANNA [NOTE], b. Sept. 27, 1749. 631. x. NAPHTHALI [NOTE], b. Feb. 10, 1750. 632. xi. MICHA, b. Dec. 11, 1752; m. Hannah COBB. 633. xii. DANIEL, b. Sept. 26, 1754; m. ----- [NOTE]. 634. xiii. PAUL, b. June 30, 1756. He enlisted in the Rev. army from Gor- ham, and was killed in battle in Rhode Island, Aug. 29, 1778. 210. ISAAC WHITNEY (Nathaniel, Benjamin, John), b. York, Me., Mar. 9, 1720; m. Feb. 25, 1743 [NOTE], Sarah CROSBY, dau. of Dr. CROSBY; m. 2d. ----- -----;m. 3d. ----- ----- [NOTE]. He was born in York, where he resided until 1752, when he purchased a house and lot in Saco. In 1775 he was living in Buxton, Me., but died at the house of his son Henry, in Freeport, in 1800, aged 80. He married three times. He d. 1800; res; York, Saco, and Buxton, Me. 635. i. LUCY [NOTE], b. July 31, 1745. 636. ii. PHINEHAS [NOTE], b. June 5, 1747. 637. iii. ISAAC, b. Dec. 28, 1748; m. Mary CROCKETT. 638. iv. HANNAH [NOTE], b. Nov. 28, 1750. 639. v. STEPHEN, b. Mar. 19, 1755; m. Patty IRISH. 640. vi. JONATHAN [NOTE], b. Feb. 9, 1757. 641. vii. TIMOTHY, b. ----- [NOTE]. 642. viii. BARNABAS, b. Aug. 18, 1766; m. Sarah WALKER. 643. ix. JAMES, b. ----- [NOTE]. 644. x. MARY, b. ----- [NOTE]. 645. xi. HENRY, b. -----; m. [NOTE] Abigail WALKER. 211. AMOS WHITNEY (Nathaniel, Benjamin, John), b. York, Me., Mar. 5, 1723; m. [NOTE] Sept. 5, 1748, Sarah PAYNE, dau. of Thomas; b. -----; d. -----. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- * At this time he was of Biddeford.

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