Family:Whitney, Thomas (c1604-1637)

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Thomas Whitney, son of Thomas Whitney and Mary Bray, born about 1604,[1] buried 15 Apr 1637, St. Margaret's, Westminster.[2]

In 1621 Thomas Whitney of St. Margaret, Westminster, yeoman was indicted for insulting and striking George Cranson.[3]

He married 31 Jan 1631/2, St. Gregory by St. Paul's, London,[4] Margaret (Mogge) George, widow of Thomas George, butcher (b. ca. 1590, d. after 8 May 1637). His adminstration was granted 8 May 1637, Westminster, to his widow Margaret Whitney, and he left an estate of £56.[5] Thomas Whitney probably had no children.

References

1. ^  "Thomas Whitney Junnor" was listed as 18 years of age in the writ of supersedeas written for his release of Thomas Whitney, ref. WJ/SR(NS)5/118, dated 19 James I [1622] 9 Jan.

2. ^  Burial of Mr. _____ Whitney, 15 Apr 1637, St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, London.

3. ^  Archive:The Court Case of Thomas Whitney the Younger

4. ^  Marriage of Thomas Whitney to Margaret George, 31 Jan 1631/2, St. Gregory by St. Paul's, London.

5. ^  The Untangling of Two Thomas Whitneys, by Tim Doyle.


Copyright © 2006, Tim Doyle and the Whitney Research Group.

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