Mailing List:2002-04-05 09, Re: Whitney's of Lake County Ohio - Bishop Whitney, by Laurie A. Skillern

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From: "Laurie Skillern" <whiski -at- centurytel.net> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY-L] Whitney's of Lake County Ohio - Bishop Whitney Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 22:27:41 -0600 References: <002401c1dd0a$a2edf600$0300a8c0@centurytel.net> <001501c1dd0f$0b2497c0$8e063a41@oemcomputer> Mr. Young, Bishop Whitney was indeed a prominent citizen of Kirtland and the second Bishop of the Mormon church. In fact his mother and, if my guess is right, his brother are buried in the cemetery I mentioned. There is a pretty good bio of him at <a href="http://www.saintswithouthalos.com/Bios/whitney,%20nk.htm">http://www.saintswithouthalos.com/Bios/whitney,%20nk.htm</a> He's also in The Descendants of John Whitney by Pierce - #3875 - Pierce has quite a bit about him. <a href="http://www.whitneygen.org/archives/extracts/pierce/p441-445.htm#P3875">http://www.whitneygen.org/archives/extracts/pierce/p441-445.htm#P3875</a> Laurie ----- Original Message ----- From: "Frank Young" <fjyoung -at- teleport.com> To: "Laurie Skillern" <whiski -at- centurytel.net> Sent: Friday, April 05, 2002 8:01 PM Subject: Re: [WHITNEY-L] Whitney's of Lake County Ohio > The prominent Whitney in 1830 Kirtland was Newell Kimball Whitney, the > principal bishop of the early Mormon church. You should find a lot about > him in Mormon records. > > Frank Young > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Laurie Skillern" <whiski -at- centurytel.net> > To: <WHITNEY-L -at- rootsweb.com> > Sent: Friday, April 05, 2002 5:30 PM > Subject: [WHITNEY-L] Whitney's of Lake County Ohio > > > > I resubscribed in order to pass what I just found. If this sounds > confusing it's because I haven't sorted the details yet. > > > > I was trying to research the Whitney's of Lake County Ohio in 1840 and > getting no where. I have looked at the census records of 1830 Geauga, > Cuyahoga and the 1840 and 1850 census for Lake County (Lake County was > formed in 1840) for clues. I was getting extremely flustered but finally > went to the USGENWEB for Lake County. As I was scrolling through the > cemetery records I found the tombstone inscriptions for Temple Cemetery in > Kirtland (now in Lake County, previously Geauga County). What I found > floored me - most of the Whitney's of the 1850 Kirtland Twp. census are > listed as Whiting's. What clued me in was Lauranda Whitney, wife of Charles > Whitney on the 1850 census was listed as Whiting. I headed over to the LDS > site and did a search for Charles Whiting and sure enough there he was. Son > of Elisha Whiting and Sally Hulett in a pretty extensive Ancestral File. It > looks like the Whitney's from the 1850 census Kirtland Twp. pages 221, 228, > 229 are listed as Whiting on the! > > Ancestral File and cemetery records. Given names, ages and wives of are > matching. It looks like they either changed their name from Whitney (and I > did recheck to make sure of the spelling on the census) to Whiting for some > reason sometime after 1850 or the enumerator just got the name wrong on the > three families (all listed separately on different pages but same > enumerator). > > > > My questions are there is a Mrs. Sally Whitney listed in 1840 Rutland Twp. > anyone know who she is? Is there anyone that have ties to Geauga, Cuyahoga > and Lake Counties before 1850 that have information on the Whitney's in > those counties? In the 1850 census extraction for Lake County shouldn't it > somehow be noted? > > > > Cemetery - <a href="http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohlake/cemetery/temple.html">http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohlake/cemetery/temple.html</a> > > Ancestral File - <a href="http://www.familysearch.org">http://www.familysearch.org</a> > > Census - <a href="http://www.ancestry.com">http://www.ancestry.com</a> > > > > Thanks, > > Laurie > > > >


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