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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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Seventh Generation.
married, 4 Sept. 1866, at Chicago, Ill., by Rev. Z. M. Humphrey, D. D., Presbyterian, to Albert Lee Hale, a wholesale furniture-dealer, who was born in Boston, Mass., 26 July 1835. They lived at 314 Park Avenue, and his warerooms were at 10, 12, and 14 Canal Street, Chicago, in 1868.
2071 IV. Charlottte Maria Clarke, b. in Gaines, N. Y., 30 Jan. 1844; married, 9 Nov. 1864, in Chicago, Ill., by Rev. J. H. Trowbridge, Presbyterian, to James K. Lake, a contractor, who was born at Litchfield, Conn., in Nov. 1834. They lived at 109 Robey Street, Chicago, in 1868, when he was engaged in making the Washington Street Tunnel, under Chicago River. 6490
2072 V. Edward Whitney Clarke, b. in albion, N. Y., 13 Oct. 1846; ws living with his parents, at Valparaiso, Indiana, in 1868.
2073 VI. Frances Selina Clarke, b. in Albion, N. Y., 22 Aug. 1855; was living with her parents, at Valparaiso, Indiana, in 1868.



Chil. of Samuel and Margaret (Swain) Whitney. 601

2074 I. Thomas Mott Whitney, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 8 Nov. 1805; a fisherman and farmer; married, 29 Dec. 1829, at North East Harbor, Mary Buchanan King, dau. of Isaac and Martha (Perry) King, of North East Harbor, where she was born 7 Oct. 1808. They settled at North East Harbor, where she died, 1 Nov. 1872, and where he was still living, in Feb. 1874. 6492
2075 II. Sarah Whitney, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 6 July 1808; married, 6 Feb. 1826, at Black Point, near North East Harbor, by Rev. George Miller, Wesleyan, to Edward Perry, a fisherman, who was born at Black point, 14 July 1804, son of Stephen and Margaret (Scudder) Perry. They settled at Black Point; and there he died, 25 Oct. 1845, and was buried at North East Harbor. She was living at Black Point in 1873. 6499
2076 III. Rebecca Hope Whitney, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 28 Sept. 1809; married there, 30 Dec. 1829 John King, a farmer and mariner, born at North East Harbor, 4 Nov. 1807, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (McKellop) King. They settled at North East Harbor, and were living there in 1874. 6509
2077 IV. Samuel Whitney, b. at North East Harbor, Nova Scotia, 13 Ap. 1811; a shoemaker; married, 24 Ap. 1836, at North East Harbor, by Rev. William Webb, Wesleyan Methodist, to Lydia King, who was born in 6511
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