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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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Seventh Generation.
died in New Orleans. They were living at the corner of Victor and Buena Vista Streets, St. Louis, in July 1874, without children.
2107 IX. ----- Whitney, a son; died in infancy.
2108 X. Jeremiah Whitney, b. in Sharon, now Shelby, Ohio, 31 March 1828; a teacher of writing; unmarried; sometimes lives with his brother, William Whitney, at Mount Pleasant, Iowa, but more generally, as his sister expresses it, "his home is where his hat is."
2109 XI. John Whitney, b. in Sharon, now Shelby, Ohio, 10 Aug. 1833; a dealer in real estate; lives at Jackson, Mich.; married a widow, name not given, who had two children.
2110 XII. Lucretia Whitney, b. in Sharon, now Shelby, Ohio, 8 Ap. 1836; married, 27 Dec. 1854, at her father's house in Shelby, Ohio, by Rev. Mr. Hager, Methodist, to Samuel Pierson Bloomfield, a farmer, born in Addison, Vt., 21 March 1829, son of Archibald and Sally (Chellis) Bloomfield, who lived in Stockton, N.Y., at the time of his marriage. They settled at Stockton, where she ws living in 1873, a widow. He enlisted, 11 Aug. 1862, in Co. G, 112th Reg., N.Y.S.V. Infantry; sickened at Fortress Monroe, Va., and died there, 1 Oct. 1863. 6599

Chil. of James and Nancy (Mascraft) Whitney. 617

2111 I. John Goodrich Whitney, b. in Albany, N.Y., corner of Van Schaick and Pearl Streets, 28 Sept. 1816; a repairer of watches and watch-cases; married, 30 June 1839, in Norwalk, Conn., by Rev. Edwin Hall, Congregational, to Rebecca Weeks, born 30 Aug. 1817, dau. of William and Polly (Seymour) Weeks. She died in Albany, 11 Ap. 1844, and was buried in Albany, and afterward removed to Norwalk Cemetery, Norwalk, Conn. He married (2nd), 4 Jan. 1853, in Brooklyn, N.Y., Christina Menzies, born at Inverness, Scotland, 23 Feb. 1826, dau. of William and Annie (Grant) Menzies. He lived for one year in Philadelphia, Penn.; five years in Albany, N.Y.; twenty years in New York and Brooklyn; and moved to Hackensack, N.J., 18 Ap. 1866, where he was living at the corner of Union and Passaic streets, in Jan. 1876, his place of business being at 64 Nassau Street, New York City. 6600
2112 II. James Alexander Whitney, b. in Albany, N.Y., 12 Nov. 1818; a wholesale dry-goods merchant; married, 29 Aug. 1843, at Albany, by Rev. William H. Campbell, Reformed Dutch, to Mary Melicent Strong, born in Albany, 22 July 1822, dau. of Robert and Kitty (McMurdy) 6605
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