Family:Whitney, Samuel (?-c1794)

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Samuel Whitney, parentage unknown but perhaps an as yet undocumented son of Samuel4 and Agnes (Bynum) Whitney, birth information unknown, died circa 1794.

Martin Co., N. C. Will Book 1 : 204
Will of SAMUEL WHITNEY
28 Dec. 1793 - "...To my sister MARY JOYNER one negro girl by the name of CANDIS and my house and the hire of WILL the onsueing year which is L18 speche and all the money that is due me in Martin Co... To my sister ELIZABETH REAVES one negro man named WILL... to GEORGE FORREST L33 Specie for the Hire of the said WILL two years... To WHITNEY JOYNER my rideing saddle and all my wearing apparel & my Chest and Case and my Gun... my beloved sister MARY JOYNER and my friend GEORGE FORREST be Execrs... Test BAR: OUTERBRIDGE, WHITNEYJOYNER (Jurat). s/ SAMUEL [X] WHITNEY.
"Martin Co. June Court 1794... proved... by oath of WHITNEY JOYNER [and registered by] THOs HUNTER CC

Note: Whitney Joyner was enumerated in 1810 in Martin Co., NC, age 26-45, residing alone.

Note: According to online sources, the George Forrest who was enumerated in Halifax Dist., Martin Co., NC in 1790 was married to Wineford Joiner, possibly the daughter of Thomas Joiner of Halifax Co. There appears to be a familial connection here as well. - TBD More information on George Forrest and Winneford Joiner.

Wife or children of Samuel Whitney, if any, unknown:


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