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Revision as of 10:38, 16 April 2021

Daniel7 Whitney (Enoch6, Moses5, Nathaniel4, Nathaniel3, Benjamin2, John1), son of Enoch6 and Hannah (Newcomb) Whitney, was born 22 Jan 1793, Limington, ME, and died 24 Mar 1873, Hiram or Harrison, ME, aged 80 years and 2 months.[1]

He married, int. 30 Oct 1814, 19 Jan 1815, Susan Harmon,[2] daughter of Napthali, II, and Polly (Nason) Harmon. She was born 31 Oct 1792, Harrison, ME, or Sanford, MA, and died 31 Oct 1875, Harrison, ME, aged 82 years 5 months.[3]

He resided Harrison, ME.

He settled in this town and lived many years on a small farm at the turn of the road leading to the residence of Fred Whitney. "Uncle" Daniel had some of the best traits of his ancestral family. He was honest, kind and true as neighbor or friend and "Aunt" Susie was his perfect counterpart.

Children of Daniel7 and Susan (Harmon) Whitney:

i. Sarah P.8 Whitney, b. 29 Feb or 1 Mar 1816, Harrison, ME; m. Ebenezer6 Whitney.

Notes

There is no Sanford, MA; there is one in Maine, in York County.

Census

646 656 Daniel Whitney 57 M - Farmer $500 Maine Susan Whitney 57 F - do Deaf

339 340 Daniel Whitney 67 M - Farmer $400 $100 Gorham Me. Susannah " 67 F - Wife Sanford Mass.

119 120 Whitney, Daniel 77 M W Farmer $400 $150 Maine Cannot write, Male citizen over 21 -----, Susan 77 F W Keeping House Maine Cannot write

References

1.^  Harrison, Maine, Vital Records.

2.^  Harrison, Maine, Vital Records.


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