Family:Whitney, Sarah (1782-1846)

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Sarah5 Whitney (Jason4, Mark3, Benjamin2, John1), daughter of Jason4 and Lois (Fisher) Whitney, was born 15 May 1782, Natick, MA,[1] and died 4 Jan 1846, Natick, MA, aged 74 years, of old age; or 2 Jun 1846, Natick, MA, aged 73 years.[2]

She married firstly, 17 Mar 1799, Roxbury, MA, John Trull[3] "of Natick", son of Samuel and Elizabeth (-----) Trull. He was born 7 Dec 1777, Billerica, MA, and died 14 Sep 1804, Natick, MA.

She married secondly, 15 Oct 1807, Natick, MA, Henry Loker "of Acton". He was born circa 1773 (calculated from age at death), and died 4 Jun 1813, Natick, MA, aged 40 years. He was also known as Henry Lake.

Pierce says the following:[4]

SARAH, b. Apr. 29, 1763; m. John TRULL, of Natick, Ch.: John and Jemima; m. 2d, Henry LAKE; res. Acton, Mass. Ch.: Henry, Lucretia and Mary.

Children of John and Sarah5 (Whitney) Trull, both born Natick, MA:

i. John Trull, b. circa 1800; m. 19 Nov 1837, Natick, MA, Mehitable C. Muzzy "of Needham".
ii. Jemima Trull, b. circa 1802; "of Needham" m. 15 Apr 1834, Natick, MA, Seth Muzzy.

Children of Henry and Sarah5 (Whitney) Loker:

i. Henry Loker, b. circa 1805 or 1808, Acton, MA; m. 15 May 1836, Natick, MA, Mary M. White "of Plainfield, Washington Co., VT". He was also known as Henry Lake.
ii. Lucretia T. Loker, b. circa 1807, Acton, MA; m. 4 Nov 1834, Natick, MA, Thomas P. Greenwood. She was also known as Lucretia Lake.
iii. Mary Loker, b. circa 1809, Acton, MA. She was also known as Mary Lake.


1.^  "Sarah [Whitney], d. of Jason and Lowis, [born] May 15, 1782," according to Thomas W. Baldwin, ed., Vital Records of Natick, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston, MA: 1910).


3.^  "Sarah [Whitney], and John Trull, [married] Mar. [17. int.; Apr._, C.R.3.], 1799," according to Vital Records of Roxbury, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Salem, MA: Essex Institute, 1925-1926).

4.^  Frederick C. Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635 (Chicago, IL: The Author, 1895), p. 65.

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