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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.
mason and farmer; married, 10 Aug. 1813, at North Salem, Eliza Ann Lyon, dau. of Abraham and Sarah (Underhill) Lyon, of North Salem, where she was born 24 Dec. 1793. They settled in North Salem, on a part of his father's homestead, where she died, 8 Feb. 1870, aged 76 years, 1 month, and 15 days. He died in North Salem, 27 Sept. 1870, aged 84 years and 8 days, according to their gravestones in North Salem Cemetery.
785 III. Abigail Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 29 Sept 1789; unmarried; died in North Salem, 7 March 1840, and was buried in North Salem Cemetery.
786 IV. Betsey Lobdell, b. in North Salem, N. Y., 21 Ap. 1793; married, as his second wife, Lewis Palmer, a farmer, of Bedford, N. Y., where he died and was buried. She died without children, at Bedford, 1 March 1870, aged 76 years, 10 months, and 8 days, and was buried near her father, in North Salem Cemetery. His son, Francis A. Palmer, was President of the Broadway Bank, N. Y., in 1874.

Chil. of Richard and Ruth (Wilson) Whitney. 187

787 I. Henry Whitney, b. at Lenox, Mass., 14 Jan. 1786; a farmer; married, 4 May, 1814, at Westmoreland, N. Y., Aurelia Fenton, born at Willington, Conn., 11 Aug. 1794, dau. of Adonijah and Drusilla (Hinckley) Fenton, of Westmoreland. They settled in Westmoreland, and, in 1821, moved to Magnolia, in Chautauqua, N. Y., where they died (she, 3 March 1847; he, 6 March 1847), and were buried. 2773
788 II. Electa Whitney, b. at Chariton, N. Y., 1 Nov. 1788; married, 18 Ap. 1811, at her father's house in Westmoreland, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Norton, Presbyterian, to Norman Kibbe, a merchant, son of Col. Timothy and Lilias (Davis) Kibbe, of Somers, Conn., where he was born, 26 March 1790. They dwelt mostly at Westmoreland, till 1823, after which they moved to Magnolia, N. Y., and thence to Westfield, N. Y., where he continued in business till 1834. They then settled on his farm, midway between the village and Lake Erie, where they died (he, 3 Aug. 1868; she, 21 Jan. 1872), and were buried in Westfield Cemetery. He was a man of sterling integrity. 2778
789 III. Thomas Whitney, b. at Chariton, N. Y., 25 Oct 1791; a farmer; married at Stockbridge, Mass., 23 Jan. 1814 (according to the town-record, while the family-record says, 24 Jan. 1814), Temperance Kennedy Davis, of Stockbridge, dau. of Samuel and Ruth (Holley) Davis, of Lee, where 2786
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