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Whitney, Henry Austin, Memoranda Relating to Families of the Name of Whitney in England, (Boston: 1859).
PEDIGREE OF WHITNEY, OF LLANDBEDER, IN THE COUNTY OF RADNOR, IN WALES. ----------------- EUSTACE WHITNEY, of Radnor, died in 1599, when an inquisitio post mortem was held. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | | | | | ... Whitney, = Richard Whitney, George Whitney, John Whitney, Anne Whitney, wife Eleanor Whitney. of Llandbeder | living in 1653. living in 1653. living in 1653. living in 1653. living in 1653. |___________ | Thomas Whitney, Rector of Acton Burnell, in Shropshire, made his will, Feb. 18, 1652-3; which = was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, at London, July 20, 1656. Speaks of his | estate in Radnor. Mentions his grandfather, Mr. Thomas Vaughan; uncles Richard, George, | and John Whitney; aunt Blanche Bradshaw, aunt Eleanor; cousin James Whitney, and his | eldest son Robert, of Llandbeder; Elizabeth, his next kinswoman, wife of David Williams. Mr. | Rowland Prichard, of Shropshire, Executor. | __________________________________________________________________________________________| | Thomas Whitney died before his father. Will dated Nov. 23, 1652; proved, P.C.C., March 2, 1653-4. =========================== ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | John Whitney, of Llandbeder Paincastle, in Radnor. = Eleanor, co-executrix William Whitney, Will dated July 12, 1657; proved, P.C.C., Nov. 26, | named in his bro- 1657. Speaks of a house purchased of Robert Whit- | ther's will. ney. | _______________________________________________|___________________________________________________ | | | | Walter Whitney. Eustace Whitney. John Whitney. Margaret Whitney. =========================== Richard Whitney, of Llanflhangell-cum-say, in the County of Brecon, Gent. Will dated Sept. 20, 1654; proved, P.C.C., July 6, 1658. = ________________________________________________________________________________________________________| | | Theophilus Whitney. Francis Whitney, co-executrix with John Williams. ============================================================================================================================================= PEDIGREE OF WHITNEY, OF COOLE, IN WRENBURY, IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER. ----------------- HOWEL WHITNEY, of Coole, temp. Richard II. [1377-1399]. Thomas Whitney = Katherine, dau. of ... Scarne, by Millicent, 4th dau. of John Bromley, of Bromley. | |______________________ | William Whitney, of Coole. =========================== Robert Whitney, of Coole, died in 1615, = Mary, dau. of Thomas Rutter, of Kingsley, died in 1616. Her son Hugh being dead, administration was granted, leaving Hugh Whitney his grandson | Oct. 25, 1616, to her daughter and next of kin, Elizabeth, wife of Hugh Massey, of Denfield, Esq. and heir. ________________________| | Hugh Whitney, of Coole, living in 1580, died in 1611. = Elizabeth, administered upon her husband's estate, June 12, 1611. | ________________________________| | Hugh Whitney, of Wrenbury, grandson and heir to Robert Whitney = | ____________________________________________________________________________________________|_____________________________________ | | | | | | | Mary, bap. Elizabeth, bap. Robert, bap. Frances, bap. Hugh, bap. George, bap. Margaret, bap. July 1, 1623. Oct. 9, 1625. Feb. 3, 1627. Feb. 21, 1629. Aug. 18, 1633. Oct. 9, 1635. April 29, 1638 This family is supposed to have become extinct on the death of Hugh Whitney, about the middle of the last century.
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