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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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death, he moved to Oshkosh, Wis., where he died of apoplexy, 27 March 1863, at the house of his nephew, George Frederick Wright. He and his son, Sylvanus, were buried in the same grave, 29 March 1863. He served for one year in the war of 1812, and was in the battles of Queenstown and Lundy's Lane, but escaped capture, and crossed the river with a slight wound in the leg. He and his wife were, for many years, exemplary members of the Presbyterian Church. He was six feet and three inches in height.



Chil. of Samuel and Mary (St. John) Whitney. 159, 329

671 I. Cynthia Whitney, b. in Stockbridge, Mass.; died at Paris, now Kirkland, N. Y., when about 20 years old, and was buried in the Baptist cemetery on Post Street, about two and a half miles east of her father's homestead.
672 II. Jared Whitney, b. in Stockbridge, Mass., 27 June 1776; a farmer; married about 1803, in Paris, now Marshall, N.Y., Polly White, born at Middletown, Conn., 10 Feb. 1781, dau. of Jedediah and Barbara (Wilcox) White.1 They settled at Presque Isle, now Erie, Penn., where he had 2331
                                           1 PEDIGREE OF WHITE

Elder JOHN WHITE, came in the Lyon,      = MARY -----, was liv-  JOHN COIT, or Salem, 1638; died = MARY -----.
  1632; freeman at Cambridge, Mass.,     |   ing in March 1666.    at New London, Conn., 25      |
  4 March 1633; a first settler of Hart- |                         Aug 1659.                     |
  ford, 1636; d. ab. Dec. 1683.          |                                                       |
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NATHANIEL WHITE, b. in   = ELIZABETH -----, d. in  HUGH MOULD, of New      = MARTHA COIT, Her sec.
  Eng., ab. 1629; d. at  |   1690, aged about 65     London, Conn., 1666;  |   husband was Nathaniel
  Middletown, Conn., 27  |   years.                  m. 11 June 1662; d.   |   White.  She died 14 Ap.
  Aug 1711.              |                           1692.                 |   1730, ag. ab. 86.
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DANIEL WHITE, b. at Middletown,   = SUSANNA MOULD, b. 2 Ap. 1663;   THOMAS COOK, Jr., = SARAH MASON.
  Conn., 23 Feb. 1661; d. at same |   m. in March 1683, d. 7 Sept.                    |
  place, 28 Dec 1639              |   1754.                                           |
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DANIEL WHITE, b. at Middletown, Conn., 8 Dec. 1683; = ALICE COOK, of Guilford, Conn., b. 3 June 1681; m. 19
  died at same place, 10 Jan. 1758.                 |   Jan. 1709; d. 26 July 1762
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JONATHAN WHITE, b. at Upper Middletown, Conn., 23    = BARBARA WILCOX, m. 4 Dec. 1760; d. 22 March 1812,
  Jan. 1730, d. at Paris, now Marshall, N.Y., 9 Nov. |   aged 71 years.  The White Genealogy says, erron-
  1822.                                              |   eously, 8 March 1822.
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                                   JARED WHITNEY, No. 672. = POLLY WHITE.
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