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The Whitney Family of Connecticut

by S. Whitney Phoenix
(New York: 1878)

Transcribed by Robert L. Ward.

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Sixth Generation.
Westmoreland, N.Y., 3 July 1789, dau. of Ephraim and Phebe (Finney) Wood. They settled in Henderson, and there died (he, 13 Nov. 1855, "respected and beloved by all who knew him;" she, 21 Sept., 1875), and were buried in the Carpenter Cemetery. They were members of the Universalist Church.
678 VIII. Anna Whitney, b. at German Flats, now Warren, N.Y., 16 Aug. 1789; married, 12 Feb. 1808, at her father's house in Paris, now Kirkland, N.Y., by "Theer Woodruff, Esq.," of Paris, to Tilley Flint Snow, a carpenter, joiner, and farmer, who was born in Vermont, 18 Feb. 1783, son of Daniel and Dolly Ann (Flint) Snow. They settled in Henderson, N.Y., in Feb. 1809, and except about four years in Ellisburgh, N.Y., from 1820-1823, continued to live there till 1843. They then removed to Ellisburgh, where he died 31 March 1848, and was buried in the Ellisburgh Cemetery. She was living in March 1877, making her headquarters at Henderson Village, and visiting among her children. Her memory was yet quite fresh, and helped greatly in gathering the history of her branch of the family since they left Connecticut. 2368
679 IX. Allen Whitney, b. in Caughnawaga, now Johnstown, N.Y., or in German Flats, now Warren, in 1792, the year before his parents moved to Paris; died in Paris, now Kirkland, N.Y., when about seven years old, and was buried in the Baptist cemetery on Post Street, about two and a half miles east of his father's homestead in Kirkland.
680 X. Mary Whitney, b. in Paris, now Kirkland, N.Y., 5 Ap. 1795; married, 2 Oct. 1838, as his second wife, Collins Boomer, a farmer, of Ellisburgh, N.Y., who was born near Fall River, in Rhode Island, in May 1787. He was son of Benjamin and Mary (Collins) Boomer, who afterward lived on a farm in Ellisburgh, which descended to their son. She died in Ellisburgh, N.Y., 24 Oct 1856, having had no children, and was buried in the Evergreen Cemetery at Roberts Corners, in Henderson, N.Y. He died in Adams, Jefferson Co., N.Y., 6 Sept. 1866. His first wife was Harriet Finn.

Chil. of Benjamin and Ann Mercy (Harris) Whitney. 162

681 I. Levi Whitney, b. about 1795 to 1800, in Otsego, N.Y.; lived, at one time, in Parish, N.Y., and went west; is reported to have died at "Grass Lake, Ill." (? Mich.); married Amelia Chase, and had several children, who lived, it was said, in Canada and Wisconsin, in Ap. 1875. He was a soldier in the war of 1812. 2380
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