Mailing List:2002-11-22 01, Some gleanings in Western MA while searching for Charles M. Whitney, by Allan E. Green
Mailing List Archives > 2002-11-22 01, Some gleanings in Western MA while searching for Charles M. Whitney, by Allan E. Green
From: ALLAGREEN -at- aol.com Subject: [WHITNEY-L] Some gleanings in Western MA while searching for Charles M. Whitney Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 01:43:50 EST Dear WRG: The entries below from Orange represent additions or clarifications of the data published in our extracts. >From Orange, Franklin County, MA George Perry Wood, Male, b. Dec. 24, 1848, born in Orange North (The name of George Perry Wood was changed by General Court to George P. Whitney in 1850 and was adopted by Ammi Whitney - Recorded by D. Goddard, Town Clerk) June 20th 1845, Barzilla J. Whitney, Bachellor, 23, Carpenter, s. of Wm. H. and Deborah W. Whitney, m. Eliza M. Fry, Maid, 20, Do. James & Sophia Fry. Charles Bayter [Orange?], Minister of Orange. (Entry 31) Jabez Whitney Male Widower 81 Farmer April 19th 1849, Jones Cemetery, Palsey, Roxbury Mafs ***************************************** >From J. M. Craft's History of Whatley [Hampden County-AEG] 1661-1899, p. 430 & f. 46 SOLOMON COOK [CRAFT], son of Joel K. (20), b. at Had 13 Sept. 1815, d. at Leoni, Mich., 3 Feb. 1886, ae 71 yrs, m. 4 March, 1838, Aurelia Esther, dau. of David and Nancy (Moore) Whitney of Avon, N. Y., b. 4 Oct. 1818, rem. to Hanover, Mich., abt 1848. He was in trade for many years and owned a large farm; held many public offices. A pleasant man. Five ch: Martha A., Maria A., Helen A., Myron II., Oscar A., all m. DICKENSON FAMILY: 29 DEXTER, son of Gideon (21), b. at Wh 12 June, 1788, d 14 March, 1868, ae 80 yrs, m. Dency, dau of Jonathan Whitney of Con 6 Aug., 1796, d. 23 Aug. 1851, res on the old homestead in Wh. A farmer. Three ch: Lucy W., b. 30 Nov. 1818, m. Charles B. Stearns of Con; Jonathan W., b. 23 March, 1823; (49); Lorenzo, b. 14 March, 1827. d. 19 July, 1850.
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