Family:Whitney, David Brainerd (1837-a1910)
David Brainerd7 Whitney (Thaddeus Seymour6, David Hyatt5, David4, Joseph3, John2, Henry1), son of Thaddeus Seymour6 and Laura (Rockwell) Whitney, was born 19 Jun 1837, Solon (now Taylor), NY, and died after 1910.
He married, 3 May 1865, Lincklaen, NY, Frances Elvira Poole, daughter of Horace and Eliza Ann (Thurston) Poole, who afterward removed to Lincklaen. She was born 12 Jul 1843, Herburn, NY and died after 1910.
Phoenix says the following:
- "... a farmer .... They dwelt in Taylor till 3 Feb. 1867, and then settled in Harison Valley, Penn., where they lived in Jan. 1876. He was town-clerk of Taylor in 1865."
Children of David Brainerd7 and Frances Elvira (Poole) Whitney:
i. Clara Esther8 Whitney, b. 20 Feb 1868, Harrison Valley, PA; d. 12 Jan 1916, Buffalo, NY; m. 12 Nov 1890, Mills, PA, Fred Charles Shackleton. ii. Ina Edwina Whitney, b. 10 Mar 1870, Harrison Valley, PA; m. 29 Oct 1898, Potter Co., PA, Richard Vasve Isron Kuhle. iii. Earl Brainard Whitney, b. 14 Jan 1881, Mills, PA; living 1920; m. Maggie -----.
37 37 Whitney, D. B. 33 M W Farmer $2400 $700 N.Y. Male citizen over 21 Frank E. 26 F W N.Y. Clarie E. 2 F W Penn. Ina E. 2/12 F W Penn.
D. Branard WHILLEY 42 Self M M W NY Farmer NY --- Frank E. WHILLEY 36 Wife F M W NY Keeping House NY NY Clara WHILLEY 12 Dau F S W PA At School NY NY Ina WHILLEY 10 Dau F S W PA At School NY NY
347 357 Whitney, D. Brainard Head W M Jun 1837 62 mar 35 New York New York New York Farmer, Owns free farm -----, Frances E. Wife W F Jul 1843 56 mar 35 3ch 3liv New York Ohio Massachusetts -----, Earl B. Son W M Jan 1881 19 sgl Pennsylvania New York New York At school 3 mos.
- 1910, Harrison, Potter Co., PA:
13 13 Whitney, Brinard Head M W 72 m1 44 New York New York New York None Rents house -----, Frances Wife F W 65 m1 44 3ch 3lv New York New York New Yokr None
- All data imported from Stephen Whitney Phoenix, The Whitney family of Connecticut, and its affiliations; being an attempt to trace the descendants, as well in the female as the male lines, of Henry Whitney, from 1649 to 1878; to which is prefixed some account of the Whitneys of England. (New York : Priv. Print. [Bradford Press] 1878), p. 418 and p. 1057.