Family:Whitney, Isaac (1768-1797)

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Isaac6 Whitney (Jonathan5, Benjamin4, Benjamin3, Benjamin2, John1), son of Jonathan5 and Eunice (Marshall) Whitney, was born 26 Sep 1768, Dalton, MA, and died 29 Sep 1797, West Rupert, VT.[1]

He married, 12 Mar 1788, Suffield, CT, Caroline Harman,[2] daughter of Benjamin and Caroline (Austin) Harman. She was born 21 Mar 1764, Suffield, CT, and died 9 Mar 1813, West Rupert, VT.[3] She married secondly, after 1797, ----- Bunt. The 1810 census shows three Bunt male heads of household in Rupert, VT: John, Robert, and William. Presumably one of them was her husband, and William was the only one with a female over 45.

Both are buried in Hopkins Cemetery, West Rupert, VT.

He resided Suffield, CT, and West Rupert, VT.

Children of Isaac6 and Caroline (Harman) Whitney:

i. Clarissa7 Whitney, b. 4 Jun 1788, Suffield, CT;[4] d. 25 Jul 1861, Rupert, VT; m. Isaac Hays.
Ch.: Whitney; Caroline; Maria; and Betsey E., who m. ----- Perkins, and resided West Rupert.
ii. Erastus Whitney, b. 16 Jul 1790, Suffield, CT;[5] m. Thurza Harmon.
iii. Eunice Whitney, b. 10 Feb 1793, West Rupert, VT; d. s. p.
iv. Chartsey Whitney, b. 18 Sep 1795, West Rupert, VT; d. Plymouth, MI; m. Martin Frazer.
Ch.: Cordelia; Eunice; James; Oscar, resided Plymouth; Caroline; Maria; Helen; and Mary.

Census

References

1.^  Find A Grave memorial #67062318, Isaac Whitney.

2.^  "Isaac [Whitney], m. Caroline HARMON, 12 Mar 1788," according to the Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, Suffield NB1:218, Kent Library 216.

3.^  Find A Grave memorial #67062319, Caroline Whitney.

4.^  "Clarissa [Whitney], d. [Isaac & Caroline], b. 4 Jun 1788," according to the Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, Suffield NB1:218; Kent Library p. 216.

5.^  "Erastus [Whitney], s. [Isaac & Caroline], b. 4 Jul 1790," according to the Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, Suffield NB1:218; Kent Library 216.


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