Mailing List:2004-06-02 06, Re: Whitney tombstone made the news, by Robert L. Ward

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From: "Robert L. Ward" <rlward1 -at-> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY-L] Whitney tombstone made the news Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2004 15:14:06 -0400 References: <> In-Reply-To: <> All, At 10:06 AM 6/2/04, Jo Hogle wrote: >Hi all >The following is being forwarded from the Minnesota Wright County mailing >list. >Can we find out who this belongs to and get this resolved? >This is not my MN Whitney line, but I will do what I can to get this back >where it belongs >Jo Hogle >^^^^^^^ >For details, see the newspaper article at ><a href=""></a> > >Perhaps someone with access to various indexes and online subscriptions >might help with this endeavor. > >I found in the 1860 US - MN - Wright Co. - Monticello census (M653-576, >page 822) Charles Whitney, age 63, cooper, born in Mass. >Sarah [Whitney], 61, Mass >Henry [Whitney], 26, Farmer, Mass >Wm H [Whitney], 20, Farmer, Mass > >In the next household enumerated >C. O. Whitney, 30, Farmer, Mass >Mary C [Whitney], 20, New Hampshire > >I have no indication that these are related. See <<a href=""></a>;, and <<a href=""></a>;. C. O. WHITNEY above is Charles Orlando-8 WHITNEY, the eldest son of Charles-7 and Sarah (HOWARD) WHITNEY, and brother of Sarah Howard-8 WHITNEY. Their line of descent from the immigrant is Sarah Howard-8 WHITNEY [Charles-7, Jonas-6, Jonas-5, David-4, Benjamin-3, John-2, John-1]. Regards, Robert Mr. Robert L. Ward rlward -at- <a href=""></a>

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