Family:Whitney, Arthur (c1760-a1810)

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Arthur Whitney's Locations

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Arthur Whitney, parentage unknown, born between 1755 and 1765,[1] died after 1810.[2]

He married, 25 Dec 1791, Washington Co., MD, Maria Weiss, daughter of George.[3] She was born between 1765 and 1774.[4] She was probably the "Mary Whithney" enumerated in Hagerstown in 1820.

Children of Arthur and Maria (Weiss) Whitney:

i. (perhaps) (daughter) Whitney, b. ca. 1784-1790;[5] possibly this was a servant or some other relative, since she was born before Arthur's marriage to Maria. She was not with the family in 1810.
ii. (son) Whitney, b. ca. 1790-1800.[6] He was not with the family in 1810.
iii. (daughter) Whitney, b. ca. 1790-1794.[7]
iv. (son) Whitney, b. ca. 1794-1800.[8]
v. (daughter) Whitney, b. ca. 1794-1800.[9] Listed with the family in 1800 and 1810.

Census

References

1. ^  He was enumerated as age 26-45 in 1800 and over age 45 in 1810, so he must have been born between 1755 and 1765.

2. ^  He was enumerated on the 1810 census, so he must have died sometime after that.

3. ^  Robert Barnes, Maryland Marriages, 1778-1800 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1979), p. 274.

4. ^  She was enumerated as age 26-45 in 1800 and 26-45 in 1810, so she must have been born between 1765 and 1774.

5. ^  A female, age 10-16, was listed with the family in 1800.

6. ^  A male, under 10 years of age, was listed with the family in 1800.

7. ^  A female, under 10 years of age, was listed with the family in 1800, and a female, age 16-26, was listed with the family in 1810. By comparing the children in the two census years, these females are thought to be the same person, and the approximate birth year is a result of this.

8. ^  A male, under 10 years of age, was listed with the family in 1800, and a male, age 10-16, was listed with the family in 1810. By comparing the children in the two census years, these males are thought to be the same person.

9. ^  A female, under 10 years of age, was listed with the family in 1800, and a female, age 10-16, was listed with the family in 1810. By comparing the children in the two census years, these females are thought to be the same person.


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