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The Whitney Family of Connecticut

by S. Whitney Phoenix
(New York: 1878)

Transcribed by Robert L. Ward.

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Eighth Generation.
6505 VII. Charles Whitney Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 5 June 1837; a farmer and fisher; married at North East Harbor, N.S., 27 Feb. 1867, Mary Jane Golden, who was born at Round Bay, N.S., 13 Dec. 1843, dau. of Samuel Thomas and Berlina Perry (Hagar) Golden. They settled at Black Point, and were living there in Sept. 1874. 14426
6506 VIII. Alexander McKenney Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 2 Ap. 1839; a farmer and fisher; married at North East Harbor, N.S., 13 Jan. 1867, Susan Lake Hagar, who was born at Round Bay, N.S., 20 June 1837, dau. of William and Joanna (Cox) Hagar. They settled at Black Point, and were living there in Sept. 1874. 14428
6507 IX. George Leonard Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 15 Nov. 1840; a farmer and fisher; was living at Black Point in Sept. 1874, unmarried.
6508 X. Henrietta Perry, b. at Black Point, Nova Scotia, 14 Sept. 1843; married at North East Harbor, N.S., 1 May 1865, George Cowan Perry, a farmer and fisher, who was born at Black Point, 15 Sept. 1838, son of Peter Scudder and May Ellen (McKenney) Perry. They settled at Black Point, and were living there in Sept. 1874. 14432



Chil. of John and Rebecca Hope (Whitney) King. 2076

6509 I. James Hope King, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 16 Dec. 1832; a mariner; married at North East Harbor, 25 Jan. 1858, by Ref. Christopher Lockhart, Wesleyan, to Eliza Jane Greenwood, who was born at North East Harbor, 21 June 1834, dau. of Alexander Reid and Jerusha (Whitney) Greenwood. They settled at North East Harbor, and were living there in Aug. 1874. 14436
6510 II. Bethia Locke King, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 22 Spet. 1836; married at North East Harbor, 4 Jan. 1871, by Rev. W. H. Rictan, Baptist, to Alfred Henry Lavers, a Baptist preacher, of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, who was born at Yarmouth, 5 Jan. 1843, son of Henry and Mehetabel Mercy (Harding) Lavers.1 They settled at North East Harbor, and were living there in Aug. 1874; he being then engaged in missionary labor in the county. 14442
  1 Henry Lavers is the youngest son of William George Lavers, of Bristol, Eng.; and his wife is the daughter of Rev. Harris Harding, one of  the oldest and most respected Baptist ministers in N.S.
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