Family:Whitney, Amos (1793-1849)

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Amos8 Whitney (Amos7, Ephraim6, Nathaniel5, Nathaniel4, Nathaniel3, John2, John1), son of Amos7 and Eunice (Taft) Whitney, was born Aug 1793, Upton, MA,[1] and died 24 Jan 1849, Upton, MA, aged 55 years 8 months 16 days.[2]

He "Jr." married 7 Sep 1814, Upton, MA, Nancy Warren,[3] daughter of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Woodard) Warren. She was born 23 Jul 1789, Upton, MA, and died 4 Feb 1868, Upton, MA, aged 78 years 6 months, of paralysis.[4]

He was a farmer. He resided Upton, MA.

Children of Amos8 and Nancy (Warren) Whitney:

i. Daniel9 Whitney, b. 23 Oct 1814, Upton, MA;[5] m. Louisa Brown.
ii. Sylvester Whitney, b. 2 Jun 1819; m. Anna Marie Fiske.
iii. Nancy Maria Whitney, b. 11 Aug 1827; d. 6 Jan 1868; m. 17 Feb 1850, Lewis Osborne.

Census

163 231 Joseph Wood 50 M - Bootmaker Mass. Sarah Wood 49 F - Mass. Elizabeth Daniels 22 F - Mass. 232 Lewis Osborne 22 M - Carpenter Maine Married in year Nancy M. Osborne 22 F - Mass. Married in year Nancy Whitney 60 F - Mass. 233 Charles Barber 38 M - Boot Cutter Mass. Sarah E. Barber 35 F - Mass. Jane E. Barber 17 F - Mass. Charles H. Nichols 24 M - Bootmaker Mass. Joseph W. Taft 22 M - Bootmaker Mass.

142 223 Nancy Whitney 64 F - Mass.

870 1256 Nancy Whitney 70 F - $200 Mass.

References

1.^  "Amos [Whitney], s. Amos and Eunice, [born] May 8, 1793," according to Franklin P. Rice, ed., Vital Records of Upton, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 (1904).

2.^  "Amos [Whitney], [died] Jan. 24, 1849, a. 55y. 8m. 16d.," according to Upton Vital Records.

3.^  "Amos [Whitney] Jr. and Nancy Warren, [married] Sept. 7, 1814," according to Upton Vital Records.

4.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 213, page 320.

5.^  "Daniel [Whitney], s. Amos Jr. and Nancy, [born] Oct. 23, 1814," according to Upton Vital Records.


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