Mailing List:1999-10-03 02, Re: My Missing Whitney's, by Robert L. Ward

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From: "Robert L. Ward" <rlward1 -at-> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY-L] My Missing Whitney's Date: Sun, 03 Oct 1999 20:45:34 -0400 At 01:07 PM 10/3/99 +0000, Roy & Michele wrote: >I am still searching for the parents of Amos Whitney born 1794 in >Kirkland, Penobscot, Maine. Married to Hannah ?. > >CHILDREN: >1) Ingerson (Ingersol) Whitney b. 3-30-1824 in Maine, d. 1-3-1890 in >Hudson, Maine married Celestia A. Gray (I have quite a bit of further >information on this line if anyone is interested) > >2) Aesyut A. Whitney b. 1828 Maine > >3) Reginial (name possibly Hezekiah) b. 1829 Maine > >4) Prince Edward Whitney b. 1830 Kirkland, Penobscot, Maine > d. 12-28-1883 in Wautoma, Waushara, Wisconsin. Married >Francena > Eliza Bean 11-21-1859 (I have a bit of further information on this >line if anyone is interested - they're only child a daughter Harriet >married an Oliphant) > >5) Mary E. Whitney b. 1832 Maine > >6) Matilda J. Whitney b. 1835 Maine (I believe she went on to marry >Alphonze L. Chandler in 1868 but have not confirmed yet.) > >7) William H. Whitney (Middle initial could be R.) b. 1839 Maine > >As you can see I've managed to get a fair amount of information on his >descendants but his ancestors are hiding quite well. Any help on any of >this family would be very appreciated. > >Thanks again, > >Michele Michele, A good possibility is Amos WHITNEY, son of Jonathan, 2d, and Deborah, b. 28 Feb 1794, Lisbon, ME. I cannot identify the parents, however, and have no proof that this is the same guy. Anybody have a clue who Jonathan was, or the maiden name of Deborah? Regards, Robert Robert L. Ward WHITNEY Research Group <<a href=""></a>

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