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The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, by Frederick Clifton Pierce (Chicago: 1895)

Transcribed by the Whitney Research Group, 1999.

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Hannah MILLS; b. July. 17, 1760 [NOTE]; d. -----. He was in the Revolutionary war. He d. May, 1846; res. Phillips, Me. 1550. vi. SAMUEL L., b. Aug. 3, 1799; m. Delinda S. HOWARD. 1551. ii. JAMES M., b. Oct. 9, 1790; m. -----, HINCKLEY [NOTE]. 1552. iii. CHRISTOPHER A., b. Apr. 3, 1793; m. Adeline HOWARD. 1553. viii. JOSIAH S., b. Aug. 1, 1807; res. in Chippewa Falls, Wis., in 1875. 1554. i. MARY M., b. June 27, 1788. 1555. iv. PATIENCE, b. Feb. 26, 1795. 1556. v. JOSEPH, b. Jan. 26, 1797. 1557. vii. JOHN B., b. Nov. 5, 1801. 607a. NATHAN WHITNEY (Benjamin, John, Benjamin, John), b. about 1768: m. Sarah GODFREY; d. Mar. 21, 1827; m. 2d Fanny SHEPARD. He was a farmer. He d. in Sept., 1849; res. Lisbon and Gardiner, Me. 1558. i. ABIEZER H., b. Mar. 29, 1794, m. Elizabeth WHITE and Mrs. Susan YEATON. 1559. ii. REBECCA S., b. 1801; m. at Lisbon, Robert GOULD; b. Pitson, Me., 1796; d. at Gardiner in 1835. He was a merchant and ship owner. Ch.; Geo. A., lost at sea in 1843 in the brig "Netarnis"; Henry G., res. 34 Coney St., New Orleans, La.; F. Delia; Edward G., d. aged three years; Sarah E., d. in Tryon, N. C., in 1892; her dau. is Mrs. F. A. BOWMAN, at Tryon, N. C.; Robert. 1560. iii. BATHSHEBA, b. 1800 [NOTE]; m. ----- HAMLIN [NOTE]; d. s. p. 1561. iv. JOHN G., b. Mar. 3, 1798; m. Mary ALLEN. 1562. v. OTIS, b. ----- [NOTE]; m. twice [NOTE]. 1563. vi. ELIAS S., b. 1809; m. Sarah GODFREY. 1564. vii. THANKFUL, b. ----- [NOTE]; m. ----- KIMBALL [NOTE]. 1565. viii. HANNAH, b. ----- [NOTE]; m. ----- FOLSOM [NOTE]. 1566. ix. CALVIN, b. -----; m. twice. 1567. x. SELINDA, b. ----- [NOTE]; m. ----- BRAGDON [NOTE]. 1568. xi. NATHAN, b. ----- [NOTE]. 1569. xii. SARAH, b. ----- [NOTE]. 1570. xiii. RUEL, b. ----- [NOTE]. 610. SAMUEL WHITNEY (Benjamin, John, Benjamin, John), b. 1774 [NOTE]; m. Lydia CURIT [NOTE]; res. -----, Me. [NOTE] 1571. i. ELIZA, b. ----- [NOTE]. 1572. ii. JACOB, b. Oct. 14, 1804; m. ----- ----- [NOTE]. 1573. iii. JOHN, b. ----- [NOTE]. 1574. iv. ISABEL, b. ----- [NOTE]. 1575. v. MERCY, b. ----- [NOTE]. 1576. vi. LYDIA, b. ----- [NOTE]. 1577. vii. SAMUEL, b. ----- [NOTE]. 616. CAPT. MOSES WHITNEY (Nathaniel, Nathaniel, Benjamin, John), b. Gor- ham, Me., 1739 [NOTE]; m. [NOTE] Molly PAGE, b. England; d. -----; m. 2d. Abigail ----- [NOTE]; d. Oct. 8, 1844. He was a man of remarkable physical strength and courage. He was a sturdy, unyielding, self-reliant character, but with much kindness of heart. He moved to Harrison, Me., from Gorham, in 1815. He was captain in the French and Indian war, and also served in the Revolutionary war. Ridlon, in his History of Harrison, says: "The WHITNEY family is remarkable for its firmness and force of character of its members. Indeed they are a people of singular stability and persistency of pur- pose. They have been possessed of strong physical organizations, and frequently lived to be very old. Public spirited and progressive they have been foremost in defending the rights of their countrymen, and in all matters designed for the eleva- tion and well-being of society." He d. Apr. 12, 1820; res. Harrison, Me. 1578. i. ENOCH, b. in 1769 [NOTE], m. Eunice NEWCOMB, Mrs. KENDALL [NOTE] and Mrs. DENNETT [NOTE]. 1579. ii. MOSES, b. ----- [NOTE]; d. young. 1580. iii. RICHARD, b. ----- [NOTE]; m. -----. 1581. iv. SAMUEL, b. in 1780 [NOTE]; m. Margaret DARROW. 1582. v. MOLLY, b. ----- [NOTE]; m. Lemuel ROUNDS. and rev. to Ohio. 1583. vi. BETSEY, b. ----- [NOTE]; m. Jonas CATES [NOTE], and rev. to New York state. 1584. vii. LUCY, b. ----- [NOTE]; m. John GREENLAW, of Brownfield.

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