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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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Whitney Family.
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bap. at Northford, 27 Ap. 1828; and was living at Fair Haven, Conn., in 1868.
3811 VI. Sarah Celestia Foote, b. at Northford, Branford, Conn., 17 Jan. 1830; bap. at Northford, 22 Aug. 1830.
3812 VII. Charlotte Whitney Foote, b. at Northford, Branford, Conn., 15 June 1832; bap. at Northford, 25 Nov. 1832; died at Northford, 18 Sept. 1836.
3813 VIII. George Luzerne Foote, b. at Northford, Branford, Conn., 18 July 1835; bap. at Northford, 27 Sept 1835; and was supposed to be living at Sag Harbor, L. I., in 1868.



Chil. of Samuel and Mercy (Partridge) Whitney. 1149

3814 I. Maria Kapule' Whitney, b. at Waimea, in the island of Kauai, Sandwich Islands, 19 Oct 1820; married in "the stone-church" at Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands, 29 May 1848, John Fawcett Pogue, a minister of the Presbyterian Church, and a missionary of the A. B. C. F. M., who was born at Wilmington, Del., 30 Dec. 1814, son of William and Ruth Pogue. They settled in the Sandwich Islands, and were living at Kau, in the island of Hawaii, in 1868. She visited the United States in the Summer of 1867. 10294
3815 II. Samuel Worcester Whitney, b. at Waimea, in the island of Kauai, Sandwich Islands, 18 March, 1822; grad. at Amherst College, in 1842; studied theology under Rev. John C. Smith, D. D., of Washington, D. C.; married at Westport, N. Y., 9 June 1853, Catharlne Eudocia Kent, born at Benson, Vt., in Ap. 1820, dau. of Monsieur and Mehetabel (Goodrich) Kent. She died at Bound Brook, N. J., 6 May 1857. She had two children, each of whom died a few hours after birth. He married (2d), at New Bedford, Mass., 21 Dec. 1858, Harriet Ellen Hitch, born at New Bedford, 29 Dec. 1832, dau. of Charles and Abby C. Hitch. He is a Baptist minister, and teacher; and in 1868 was chaplain, and professor of moral philosophy and rhetoric, in the Flushing Institute, at Flushing, L. I.
3816 III. Henry Martyn Whitney, b. at Waimea, in the island of Kauai, Sandwich Islands, 5 June 1824; married, 27 June 1849, Catharine Olivia March, of Portsmouth, N. H. He lived, in 1868, at Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands, editor and proprietor of the Pacific Commercial Advertizer, published at that place.
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