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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.
1823, son of Malachi and Mary (Fox) Fuller, and g. son of Johnson and Betsey Fuller. They were living, in Feb. 1877, near Woodville post-office, in Ellisburg.
2377 X. Catharine Priscilla Snow, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 5 Aug. 1826; married, in Jan. 1844, William Hosmer, a harness-maker and dealer, of New Haven, N. Y., son of Sherman Hosmer, of Mexico, N. Y. She died at New Haven, in Feb. 1860. He was living at Mexico in 1874. 7151
2378 XI. Susan Emeline Snow, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 20 Aug. 1831; married, 23 Jan. 1860, by Elder Lawson Muzzy, Baptist, of Henderson, at his parsonage, to Ferdon Sprague, a trader and mariner, son of Emory and Marcia (Johnson) Sprague, of Henderson, where he was born 12 Ap. 1835. In 1874, their residence was in Henderson Village; and he was employed as steward of the Steamer Pacific, on Lake Superior. 7157
2379 XII. Julia Mahala Snow, b. in Henderson, N. Y., 8 Sept. 1834; was living in the village of Henderson, with her sister, Mrs. Sprague, in 1874, unmarried.



Chil. of Levi and Amelia (Chase) Whitney.1 681

2380 I. Joseph Whitney, a soldier of the war of 1861, was reported as living at Lake Zurich, Ill., in Ap. 1875.
2381 II. Benjamin Whitney, a soldier of the war of 1861, was living, it is said, at Lake Zurich, Ill., in Ap. 1875.
2382 III. Harlow Whintey, supposed to have lived in Illinois, in Ap. 1875.



Chil. of Benajah and Rosina (David) Whitney.1 682

2383 I. Frank Whitney, was living at Parish, N. Y., in 1874.
2384 II. James Whitney, was living, it is said, at Parish, N. Y., in 1874.



Chil. of Daniel Harris and Louisa (Caswell) Whitney. 683

2385 I. Francis Daniel Whitney, b. at Mexico, N. Y., 1 March 1827; a carpenter and joiner; married at Lenox, N. Y., in 1852, Emily Childs, who
  1 No information has been received from any member or these households. We infer that their grade of intelligence is very low.
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