Mailing List:2006-09-25 01, Re: VT. Whitney's, by Gail Anderson

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From: "Gail Anderson" <joelandgail -at- msn.com> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY] VT. Whitney's Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 21:53:04 -0600 In-Reply-To: <002e01c6e00d$b6c72920$5ce21648@your46e94owx6a> LeAnn, Gail, here, I don't know if you got the e-mail I sent. I found James Whitney from Madison WI, On the Whitney Web site, who knows his linage goes back to David brother of Silas, whom I believe is the father of our Silas Newcomb. He is willing to submit DNA for the 67 marker test. Our family will pay the fee since he doesn't really need to do it as he is not in doubt as to his linage. I am very excited to see how our DNA Profiles Compare. I compared our 37 marker Whitney family DNA to Tim Doyle's 67 markers and we are a perfect match for the first 37. That brings us one generation closer to Silas of Vermont. His line comes through John and Elinor then Thomas (I can't remember who after that but it is different). Our difference is that we come through John/Elinor, Thomas, Benjamin, David, Silas then Silas Newcomb. James is a descendant of David, so it will be interesting to see what 67 markers show if there will be any differences, and if so, what they mean. We should know in about 6 to 8 weeks. Fun stuff! Has your family participated in the DNA study? If so perhaps we can also compare notes. I look forward to comparing notes with others as we expand the tests. I thought that someone on the site said that they were related to Silas and had a 67 marker test. But I can't find the e-mail any where. I wonder if I dreamed it. Any body out there see or write that e-mail? Help, am I losing it? Gail -----Original Message----- From: whitney-bounces -at- rootsweb.com -at- rootsweb.com On Behalf Of Eugene-LeeAnn Moncur Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2006 1:15 PM To: whitney -at- rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WHITNEY] VT. Whitney's I am writing in response to Gail Anderson's post re Silas Whitney. I, too, am from a Silas Whitney line. I have Alonzo Wells Newcom Whitney, b Dec 17, 1818 to Silas Newcom and Mary Whitney in Canandaigua, Ontario County, NY. His mother Mary Wheeler Whitney moved with her mother, Mary Kelly Wheeler and children to Ohio in 1820. Silas is never mentioned after the birth of Alonzo. Silas is my brick wall. Any information will be greatly appreciated. LeeAnn Moncur ----- Original Message ----- From: "Gail Anderson" <joelandgail -at- msn.com> To: <whitney -at- rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2006 12:55 AM Subject: Re: [WHITNEY] VT. Whitney's > Silas Jr. is the son of Silas (David, Benjamin, Thomas, Thomas, John. He > was > born in 1762. Peirce has him going to St. Armand Quebec and dying there. > There is a record of a Siles Whitney going to St. Armand Quebec in 17947, > but I am unable for find any other records about him there. I do not > believe > that he died there. He personally spelled his name Siles instead of Silas > and listed his age as 34 on the border crossing, two years older than the > Vt. Silas Jr. Since a Silas is recorded as serving on a jury in Ontario > County New York in 1795 I question whether the St. Armand Siles is the > same > VT 1762 Silas Son of Silas b. 1737. I don't believe that they are the same > person. Solomon or Oliver was supposed to be there as well but I find no > record of them either. There is a Solomon and an Oliver in a couple of > census records but they do not match ours. > > > > Silas is also recorded in two separate history books as an early settler > in > Ontario County New York in 1798. All of the Silas Whitney's that I have > been > able to find who could be the right time frame are documented in other > places, not in Ontario County, New York, except Silas Jr. from VT. It > appears that he didn't stay long in Canada if he went there at all. He > definitely didn't stay in VT. So I feel he is a good candidate for > immigrating to New York. No one else seems possible. > > > > My 6th ggrandfather was Silas Whitney and his son Silas Newcomb Whitney > (we > wonder if his mother was a Newcomb). They are both in the Ontario County, > New York census records. There are other branches of the family there but > I > don't think any of Silas Sr. other children settled there, but very > possibly > some of his grandchildren did. There are quite a few Whitney's there so it > is worth checking out also I certainly could have missed the people you > are > searching for. I do seem to remember a Joel Whitney (my husbands name is > Joel so it would stand out to me). > > > > My family left New York around 1830 for Ohio then Illinois and then with > pioneers to Utah. Perhaps yours may be among them. I will keep your > e-mail > and keep eye out for them as I am searching. > > > > Don't know if this is any help. If anyone can shed further light on my > suppositions it would be much appreciated as well. > > > > I am particularly looking for Silas Junior's (b.1762), wife. He is the > son > of Silas Whitney b.1737 and Jane Pearson, Clarendon, VT. > > > > Gail Anderson > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: whitney-bounces -at- rootsweb.com -at- rootsweb.com > On > Behalf Of adrian brisee > Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 8:37 PM > To: whitney -at- rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [WHITNEY] VT. Whitney's > > > > There was a Doddridge Paul who lived in Wells, rutland County, VT who was > the son of Daniel Paul Jr. of Newport, NH. Doddridge also had a brother > named Epaphras. Unfortunately the Well History doesn't give any more info > on > him that I can find, except his line back further, no mention of > Whitney's. > There were Whitney's in the Wells cemetery book, but I didn't see a > mention > of Elijah or Roxana. > > > > Jerry Glass <oneglass44 -at- yahoo.com> wrote: Reading these post on the > Whitney's in VT. I'm hoping one of you can help. I have been looking for > Elijah Whitney in or around Rutland co., VT. Checking the 1790 Census for > the Whitney's in VT. I found the following. > > > > Rutland co.VT. > > > > Whitney, David pg. 38 > > Whitney, Bart pg. 38 > > Whitney, Elijah pg. 38 > > Whitney, Micah pg. 44 > > Whitney, Oliver pg. 38 > > Whitney, Silas pg. 38 > > Whitney, Silas jr. pg. 38 > > Whitney, Solomon pg. 44 > > > > I saw that David, Bart, Oliver, Silas and Solomon are related. Can anyone > tell me where Elijah, Micah, and Silas jr. fits into this family. The only > thing I know about Elijah Whitney is he had a daughter named Roxana > Whitney > b. October 1799 in Rutland co., VT. He had other children but until I can > locate him I can't continue with his family. According to a bio on > Roxana's > husband Doddridge Paul, her family moved to Ohio when she was very young. > But (there that but is again) I can not find any trail of Elijah ever > moving > there. Also the bio said his wife was Anna Butler. I have absolutely no > proof of that. I'm not sure how correct the bio was. > > > > If anyone could help me with my Elijah Whitney I would really appreciate > it. > I have been stuck for years. > > > > Thank you > > Jerry Glass > > > > > > --------------------------------- > > Get your email and more, right on the new Yahoo.com > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WHITNEY-request -at- rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes > in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WHITNEY-request -at- rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes > in the subject and the body of the message > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WHITNEY-request -at- rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WHITNEY-request -at- rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message


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