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Whitney, Henry Austin, Memoranda Relating to Families of the Name of Whitney in England, (Boston: 1859).
WHITNEYS OF SHROPSHIRE. --------------------- ROBERT WHITNEY, of Langford, in Shropshire. Will dated Nov. 8, 1606; proved at Lichfield. Gives to the church, and to the poor of Morton Say, = Jane. Mentions his mother-in-law Ellen Meddyns, and his kinsman Hugh Downes. | ________________________________________________________________________| | Margaret. John Whitney, of Hinstock, in Shropshire. Will dated Aug. 21, 1631; proved, at Lichfield, Feb. 21, 1631-2. Speaks of his brothers, Robt. Medan, = Lucy. of Hanmeare, in Flintshire, webster; Thomas Medan, of Chesardine, in co. Salop, carpenter; and William Melan, of Drayton, in Shropshire, car- penter. Richard Whitney, of Hodnet, in Shropshire. Will dated Nov. 2, 1635; proved at Lichfield. = Katherine. = ... Handley, first husband. | ________|___________ | | Richard Handley. John Handley. __________________________________________________________________________________________ | | Geffrey Whitney, citizen and merchant tailor, of London. Will proved, P.C.C., Feb. 8, 1602-3. Katherine Whitney, named in her brother's will as Gives to the poor of Drayton-in-Hales, in Shropshire. the wife of John Cartwright, of Drayton-in-Hales. ============================================================================================================== PEDIGREE OF WHITNEY, OF BROOK WALDEN, IN THE COUNTY OF ESSEX. --------------------- ... WHITNEY, of Brook Walden, = Mary ... made her will, Nov. 28, 1590; which was proved at Chelmsford. Gives to each of her daughters-in-law a gold died before 1590. | ring; to son Thomas the younger, certain articles of furniture, silver spoons, a silver tankard, &c. Gives to the poor of | Audley End. Sons Thomas the elder, and Thomas the younger, executors. __________________________|_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | | | | | Thomas Whitney, the elder, = Elizabeth. Thomas Whitney, the younger, Henry Whitney. Anne Whitney. = Thos. Stuteville, ..., wife of of Brook Walden, Gent. | of Brook Walden. Will dated George Whitney. | Esq. ... Gardiner. Will proved, P.C.C., in | March 1, 1601-2; proved in the __________| 1602. | Bishop's Court of London, Nov. | | 10, 1602. Speaks of his brother Thomas, deceased; Martin Stuteville, Esq. ________________________|_______ of his widow, and their children. To the rest of his | | | | | brother Thomas's children, not named, and to all Thomas. Elizabeth. George. the children of his other brothers and sisters, gives Nicholas. Anne. a ring of gold of the value of 40s. ===================== ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | Robert Whitney, of Dagenham, in Essex. Will dated April 14, 1607; proved at Chelmsford. Desires to be buried in the = Thomas Whitney. Minister's Chapel at Dagenham, and Mr. Manning to preach his funeral sermon, and to have ten shillings for it. Gives | to his son William 6s.8d., as he has had sufficient already. Appoints his brother Thomas and son Thomas executors. | ______________________________________________________________| | | Thomas Whitney. William Whitney. = Joan. | ______________|___ | | | Mary. Joan. Anne. ===================== _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | John Whitney, of Wigborough, in Essex. Will dated April 3, 1617; proved at Chelmsford. Robert Whitney.
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