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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.
Reuben Phillips, of Columbia, N. Y. He died, without children, at Hamilton, now Waddington, in 1809. She married (2d), in 1811, at Hamilton, now Waddington, William Hawes, born at Dorset, Vt., in Oct. 1788, son of John and Lois (Mott) Hawes, of Rome, N. Y. He died at Newburgh, Ohio, 15 Feb. 1840; she, at Clayton, N. Y., 8 March 1855.
793 III. Anson Whitney, b. in Chariton, N. Y., 3 Jan. 1792; a tanner and currier; married in 1814, at Williamsburgh, Canada, Mary Phillips, dau. of Dr. Andrew Phillips, of Mass., and widow of ----- Bullard. They dwelt at various places in New York and Canada, and at Commerce, Mich., where he was a justice of the peace for several years. She died, 27 Aug. 1847, at Commerce, aged about 70 years, and was buried there. He then moved to Bedford, Ohio, where he died, in 1851, and was buried. 2803
794 IV. Marcus Whitney, b. at Paris, N. Y., 4 Ap. 1794; married, in 1819, Mary Ann Stainer, of Quebec, Lower Canada; died about 1832, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., having had six children.
795 V. Rebecca Whitney, b. at Paris, N. Y., 15 Oct. 1796; married, 15 Ap. 1822, at Mariatown, in Williamsburgh, Dundas Co., Upper Canada, John Humphries Brandon, of Williamsburgh, a saddler and harness-maker, born in Ireland 20 Ap. 1793, son of Jared and Isabella (Robinson) Brandon, who were married at Lowtherstown, Ireland, 2 Feb. 1789. They dwelt at Kemptville, Grenville Co., Canada West, now Ontario. He died 14 Feb. 1867; she, in Sept. 1874; and they were buried in the Methodist Cemetery in Kemptville. 2806
796 VI. Almira Whitney, b. at Paris, N. Y., 23 June 1799; left home, when nine years old, to live in Vermont; married, 23 Aug. 1825, Nathaniel Lee, a tanner and currier, who was born at Williston, Vt., 11 Ap. 1792. They lived at Cornwall, Canada, and other places, finally settling at Bedford, Ohio, where he died 19 July 1835. She married (2d), 24 May 1836, Parker Bullard, a carpenter and joiner, son of Thurston and Mary (Bullard) Bullard, of Massena, N. Y., where he was born 28 June 1811. He died at Commerce, Mich., 22 May 1843. She was living in Clayton, N. Y., in May 1874. 2811

Chil. of Josiah Anson and Sally (Leet) Whitney. 188

797 VII. Sarah Leet Whitney, b. at Utica, N. Y., 9 Aug. 1803; married in 1846, at West Bloomfield, N. Y., Titus Canfield, who died there about 1868. She died at West Bloomfield, N. Y., in Jan. 1869. 2812
798 VIII. Richard Leet Whitney, b. at Hamilton, in Madrid, now Waddington, N. Y., 24 Sept. 1805; a blacksmith and, in later life, a farmer; married, 17 Feb. 1828, at Williamsburgh, Dundas Co., Upper Canada, 2813
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