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Whitney, Henry Austin, Memoranda Relating to Families of the Name of Whitney in England, (Boston: 1859).
PEDIGREE OF WHITNEY, OF BARTHOMLEY, IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER. --------------------- ___________________________________________ | | ... Whitney = Thomas Whitney, named in his nephew's will. | ________________________| | Thomas Whitney, of Barthomley. Will dated Oct. 10, 1597; proved, at Chester, by his widow, and son-in-law = Elizabeth ... Richard Boughey, April 27, 1598. | ___________________________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Richard. Thomas. James. Elizabeth. Cicely. ============================== Ralph Whitney, of Barthomley. Will dated Sept. 4, 1667; proved, at Chester, June 26, 1668. Husbandman. Desired to be buried in = Julien, executrix. the churchyard at Barthomley, and to be laid under his stone next the chancel-door, and to be buried deeper than ordinary. Wife | Julien, executrix; and Randall Kent, of "Ordel Rode," co. Chester, yeoman, and Thomas Cotton, of Midwich, co. Chester, mercer, | overseers. _________________________________________________________________________________________________| | | | | Sarah. Rebecca. Julien, not 24 in 1667. Abigail, not 24 in 1667. The Parish Register of Barthomley begins in 1563; and was searched, without success, for the family of John Whitney. ============================================================================================================== WHITNEYS OF LONDON. ---------------------
|1591, Feb. 2. -- Thomas Lord Howard was licensed to convey to Thomas
Whitney three houses in the parish of Christ-church, Aldgate,
|1612, Dec. 1. -- Thomas Whitney, jun., was licensed to convey to Richard|
Waltham five houses in the parishes of St. Katherine and Christ-
===================== Anne Whitney, of the parish of St. Andrew, London, widow. Will dated Dec. 8, and proved, P.C.C., Dec. 14, 1610. = ... Whitney, died before 1610. Witnessed by Nicholas Rowland, of St. Botolphs-without, Aldgate, Gent. | ________________________________________________________________________| | | Robert Whitney, second son. Thomas Whitney, youngest son. Richard Whitney, citizen and merchant tailor, of London, of the parish of Christ-church. Nuncupative will, dated July 23, 1650; proved, P.C.C., Aug. 11, 1651. Gives every thing to his kinswoman, Alice, wife of Humphrey Bateman, and to their children, John and Anne. Geffrey Whitney, citizen, &c., of London. -- See under SHROPSHIRE.
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