Mailing List:2000-03-21 03, Re: Jonah Whitney of Ill., by Robert L. Ward

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From: "Robert L. Ward" <rlward1 -at-> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY-L] Jonah Whitney of Ill. Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 18:53:55 -0500 In-Reply-To: <> At 04:29 PM 3/21/00 -0600, woffordp -at- wrote: >Thanks to WRG I was able to link back to the John Whitney's of Watertown. >I have information on Jonah, Thomas's son down to my generation. That info >is lacking in all the Whitney databases in WRG site. I would like to >share,but just starting in this project. I have downloaded the PAF LDS >database, so would be able to send you a GEN file -whatever that is. Need >info on how to. Also have read a lot of the archive files from when this >group first began. Was curious on the Sir Robert link - my grandmother on >my father side had always said we were related. How does the WRG stand on >this issue???? Also of the unknown parentage of Thomas Whitney of >Westminister - John's father ? I assume no new links have been uncovered >as the WRG sites only go back to John of Watertown. I'll leave how to create a GEDCOM file to others more knowledgeable about that. You'll need to tell us if you use PAF or some other genealogical database program, for starters. The ancestry of John-1 WHITNEY of Watertown, MA, as we believe it to be properly proven, may be found at this web page: <<a href=""></a>; The parentage of Thomas WHITNEY of Westminster, probably father of John-1, is unknown. He was surely not the same person as Thomas, son of Robert and Elizabeth (GWILLIMS) WHITNEY, third son of Sir Robert WHITNEY of Whitney, Herefordshire. Our Thomas was too old to be that Thomas. For proof, see the links to articles by Jacobus and Reed on the above web page. The fact that Thomas WHITNEY of Westminster is called "gentleman" in many records is an indication that he is connected somehow to one of the two landed gentry WHITNEY families, the one of Whitney, Herefordshire, and the other of Coole Pilate, Cheshire. What that connection might be is currently not known. Research in English records continues. Regards, Robert Robert L. Ward WHITNEY Research Group <<a href=""></a>;

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