Archive:The Whitney Family of Connecticut, page 816

From WRG
Jump to: navigation, search

Archives > Archive:Extracts > Archive:The Whitney Family of Connecticut > The Whitney Family of Connecticut, page 816

The Whitney Family of Connecticut

by S. Whitney Phoenix
(New York: 1878)

Transcribed by Robert L. Ward.

Previous Page Next Page
816
Seventh Generation.
4610 V. Ann Appleby, b. at St. John, N. B., in 1809; died at Kingston, N. B., and was buried there.
4611 VI. George Gilbert Appleby.
One of these sons, after giving the names of the first five, said "My mother had eleven children," and on being questioned about the others, replied: "I cannot give any information about my mother's children other than I have given, only there was one named George Gilbert."



Chil. of Henry and Esther (James) Finch. 1416

4612 I. Nehemiah Finch, b. about Sept. 1794; married Janet Blair; dwelt at West Troy, N. Y. 31 May 1874, "within four months of eighty years old"; and had then lived there for more than thirty years.
4613 II. Henry Finch, b. at St. James Street St. John, N. B., 10 Dec. 1800; was host at sea, in the ship War Hater, 31 Dec. 1819.
4614 III. Susan Finch, b. at 21 St. James Street, St. John, N. B., 20 June 1802; married Samuel Ritchie, son of James and Martha (Stepenson) Ritchie, of Bemelton, Co. Donegal, Ireland. They settled at St. John, and died there--he, at 62 St. James Street, in 1846; she, at 79 St. James Street, 14 March 1857. 11928
4615 IV. Mary Finch, b. at St. John, N. B., 7 Ap. 1805; and was living there in March 1874, unmarried.
4616 V. Ann Finch, b. at St. John, N. B., 12 June 1809; died there, 15 July 1823.
4617 VI. Hannah Finch, b. at 21 St. James Street, St. John, N. B., 12 March 1812; married in St. Paul's Church, Portland, St. John, 2 July 1845, James Henry Clark, a farmer and lumberman, son of William and Elizabeth (James) Clark. See his record. 11979
4628



Chil. of Samuel and Elizabeth (James) Stickney. 1417

4618 I. Lydia Lockwood Stickney, b. at St. John, N. B., 20 May 1794; married at Sheffield, N. B., 18 Sept. 1815, by David Burpee, Esq., to Watts Bowker, a carpenter, son of Maj. Levi and Betsey (Watts) Bowker, of Scituate, Mass. He was born at Jonesborough, Me., 12 Dec. 1790. They settled at Machias, Me., where lie died 6 Ap. 1870, and where she was 11934
Previous Page Next Page
Personal tools