Family:Whitney, David (1795-1861)

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David7 Whitney (Elijah6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Eleazer3, Thomas2, John1), son of Elijah6 and Mindwell (Hardy) Whitney, was born 9 Jun 1795, Westborough, MA,[1] and died 9 Dec 1861, Grafton, MA [also recorded at Westborough, MA], aged 65 years 6 months 3 days, of heart disease.[2]

He married, 23 Oct 1821, Westborough, MA, Samaria Wheeler,[3] of Grafton, MA. She was born about 9 Oct 1801, Grafton, MA, and died 19 May 1892, Grafton, MA, aged 90 years 7 months 10 days, of old age, parents unknown.[4]

He was born on a farm in Westborough, MA; was a farmer all his life. Account of George D. Whitney, administrator of the estate of David Whitney, Grafton, died 9 Dec 1871: Widow, Samaria; son, Rufus H., Brookline; son George D., Grafton; Harriett M. Mann, wife of Henry Mann, Grafton; Sarah I. Fay, wife of Jasper Fay, Westborough; Susan C. Whitney, Grafton, all daughters of David; George D. appointed 4 Feb 1872. He resided Westborough, MA.

Children of David7 and Samaria (Wheeler) Whitney:

i. Samuel Curtis8 Whitney, b. 10 Feb 1822, Westborough, MA;[5] m. Harriett S. Prentice.
ii. Mary Ann Whitney, b. 19 Jun 1823, Westborough, MA;[6] d. 17 May 1827, Westborough, MA, aged 3 years 11 months.[7]
iii. Mary Ascenath Whitney, b. 17 Nov 1824, Westborough, MA;[8] d. 28 Sep 1825, Westborough, MA.[9]
iv. Rufus Hayden Whitney, b. 24 Jan 1826, Westborough, MA;[10] m. Emily B. Stevens.
v. Albert Augustus Whitney, b. 6 Jun 1827, Westborough, MA;[11] d. 2 Jul 1827, Westborough, MA.[12]
vi. George David Whitney, b. 11 Sep 1828, Westborough, MA;[13] m. Sarah J. Garfield.
vii. Harriett Maranda Whitney, b. 9 Nov 1831, Westborough, MA;[14] m. 25 Dec 1855, Grafton, MA, Henry Mann, b. ca. 1821, Winchester, NH, son of Ichabod and Sarah (-----) Mann;[15] resided Grafton.
viii. Sarah Jemima Whitney, b. 9 Jan 1835, Westborough, MA;[16] m. 1 May 1856, Grafton, MA, Jasper Fay, of Westborough, b. ca. 1835, Grafton, MA, son of Benjamin W. and Martha (-----) Fay.[17]
ix. Susan Clarinda Whitney, b. 25 Jul 1839, Westborough, MA;[18] d. 25 Sep 1874, Boston, MA, aged 35 years of erecession of breast and tetanus;[19] unmarried.

Census

484 522 David Whitney 56 M - Farmer $1700 Massachusetts Samaria " 48 F - Do Harriet M. " 18 F - Do Attended school Sarah G. " 15 F - Do Attended school Susan C. " 10 F - Do Attended school

352 437 David Whitney 59 M - Farmer Mass. Mary Whitney 55 F - " Harriet M. Whitney 23 F - " Sarah J. Whitney 19 F - " Susan C. Whitney 16 F - "

1128 1277 David Whitney 64 M - Farmer $500 Massachusetts Mary " 59 F - " Susan C. " 20 F - " George D. " 28 M - Shoe Maker "

471 594 Loring Hastings 50 M - Boylston, Mass. M Mechanic - - 1 1 - Mary A. Hastings 51 F - New Fane, Vt. M - - - - - Edward J. Holden 5 M - Shrewsbury, Mass. S - - - - - 595 Mary S. Whitney 60 F - Westborough, Mass. W - - - - - Susan Whitney 25 F - Westborough, Mass. S - - - - -

Henry MANN 46 Self M M W NH Currier NH NH Harriet MANN 48 Wife F M W MA Keeping House MA MA Horace A. MANN 21 Son M S W MA Currier NH MA Flora G. MANN 17 Dau F S W MA At Home NH MA Hattie S. MANN 15 Dau F S W MA At School NH MA Frank W. MANN 13 Son M S W MA At School NH MA Katie S. MANN 11 Dau F S W MA At Home NH MA Emma MANN 8 Dau F S W MA NH MA Samaria WHITNEY 78 MotL F W W MA At Home MA MA William JAOVIS 21 Oth M S W N.S Currier N.S N.S

References

1.^  "David [Whitney], s. Elijah and Mindwell, [born] June 6, 1795," according to Franklin P. Rice, ed., Vital Records of Westborough, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 (1903).

2.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 149, pages 235 and 307a.

3.^  "David [Whitney] and Samaria Wheeler, [married] Oct. 23, 1821," according to Westborough 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 429, page 576.

5.^  "Samuel Curtis [Whitney], s. David and Semaria, [born] Feb. 10, 1822," according to Westborough Vital Records.

6.^  "Mary Ann [Whitney], d. David and Semaria, [born] June 19, 1823," according to Westborough Vital Records.

7.^  "Mary Ann [Whitney], d. David and Semaria, [died] May 17, 1827, a. 3 y. 1l m.," according to Westborough Vital Records.

8.^  "Mary Asenath [Whitney], d. David and Semaria, [born] Nov. 17, 1824," according to Westborough Vital Records.

9.^  "Mary Asenath [Whitney], d. David and Semaria, [died] Sept. 28, 1825," according to Westborough Vital Records.

10.^  "Rufus Hayden [Whitney], s. David and Semaria, [born] Jan. 24, 1826," according to Westborough Vital Records.

11.^  "Albert Augustus [Whitney], s. David and Semaria, [born] June 6, 1827," according to Westborough Vital Records.

12.^  "Albert Augustus [Whitney], s. David and Semaria, [died] July 2, 1827," according to Westborough Vital Records.

13.^  "George David [Whitney], s. David and Semaria, [born] Sept. 11, 1828," according to Westborough Vital Records.

14.^  "Harriet Maranda [Whitney], d. David and Semaria, [born] Nov. 9, 1831," according to Westborough Vital Records.

15.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 89, page 206.

16.^  "Sarah Jemima [Whitney], d. David and Semaria, [born] Jan. 9, 1835," according to Westborough Vital Records.

17.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 119, page 161a.

18.^  "Susan Clarinda [Whitney], d. David and Semaria, [born] July 25, 1839," according to Westborough Vital Records.

19.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 267, page 210.


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