Family:Whitney, Sarah (1775-1859)

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Sarah7 Whitney (Joshua6, Thomas5, William4, William3, Joshua2, John1), daughter of Joshua6 and Hannah (Green) Whitney, was born 8 May 1773, Nobletown, Columbia Co., NY, and died 17 Dec 1859, Bainbridge, Chenango Co., NY.

She married, 3 Dec 1799, William Guthrie, son of William and Susanna (-----) Guthrie. He was born 4 Dec 1767, Washington, Litchfield Co., CT, and died 14 Mar 1813, Bainbridge, Chenango Co., NY.

They lived in Bainbridge, Chenango Co., NY.

Children of William and Sarah7 (Whitney) Guthrie:

i. William Guthrie, b. 12 Aug 1800, Bainbridge, NY; d. 16 Apr 1880; m. 1850, Sarah -----.
ii. Gershom Hyde Guthrie, b. 14 Jan 1802, Bainbridge, NY; d. 28 Mar 1845; m. 5 Jun 1836, Elizabeth -----.
iii. Sarah Guthrie, b. 5 Nov 1803, Bainbridge, NY; d. 27 Oct 1833; m. 12 Dec 1823, Zachariah Tarble.
iv. Susan Guthrie, b. 25 Jan 1805, Bainbridge, NY; d. 15 Nov 1867; m. Philo Kirby.
v. Olive Guthrie, b. 6 Aug 1806, Bainbridge, NY; d. 17 Apr 1874, Lisle, Broome Co., NY; m. 1831, Allen Randall.
vi. Emaline Guthrie, b. 11 Aug 1808, Bainbridge, NY; d. aft. 1850; m. 2 Jun 1848, Samuel Stowe.
vii. George Whitney Guthrie, b. 15 Feb 1810, Bainbridge, NY; d. 30 May 1883; m. 1855, Emma Gosson.
viii. Ophelia Guthrie, b. 31 Aug 1812, Bainbridge, NY; d. Jun 1844; m. Washington L. Lane.

References

1.^  Whitney, Hallam S., and Weeks, Dr. F. E., comp., Whitney Genealogy of the Brothers, Judge Joshua and Gen. William Whitney of Binghamton, N.Y. (1932), typescript, NEHGS Library, call number Manuscripts G WHI 6956..

2.^  Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, (Chicago: 1895), p. 214.

3.^  Broome Republican, 18 Dec 1859 (Sarah Whitney Guthrie's obituary)

4.^  Lawrence R. Guthrie, American Guthrie and Allied Families, (Chambersburg, PA: 1933), pp. 84-86.

5.^  William and Sarah (Whitney) Guthrie's grave at Kirby Cemetery, Bainbridge, New York.


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