Archive:NEHGR, Volume 16
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"Grantees of Narraganset Townships", NEHGR, vol. XVI (1862), pp. 143-147
- [The following is what remains of a list of Grantees of seven Narraganset townships, laid out by order of the General Court; confirmed April 18, 1735.][snip]
- Concord. -- Jonathan Whittne (Jonathan Whitney in Index)
"The Old French War", NEHGR, vol. XVI (1862), pp. 217-220.
Officers for tomorrow,
Col. Hawaland, Col. Whitney
Field officers for the regiments,
One Capt., one Subaltan, two Serjeants, two Corporals, and forty men from the Rangers to hold themselves in readiness to embark on the sloop tomorrow. One hundred men from the line to be in readiness to parade at 2 O'clock without arms, to go to the woods to bring each a load of boughs, to cover the provisions.
"Necrology of Harvard Graduates", NEHGR, vol. XVI (1862), pp. 363-365
- Class of 1818 - Simon Whitney | Age 62 | Place and Time of Decease: Framingham, Sept. 2, 1861
"Marriages and Deaths", NEHGR, vol. XVI (1862), pp. 368-380
- Felton. -- Cornelius Conway, LL. D., President of Harvard University, died at Chester, Pa., at the residence of his brother, Samuel M. Felton, Wednesday evening, FEb. 26, at half-past seven o'clock, aged 54. He was son of Cornelius Conway and Anna (Morse) Felton; was born in Newbury, now West Newbury, Mass., Nov. 6, 1807. [snip]
- Mr. Felton married in the summer of 1838, Mary Whitney, dau. of Asa Whitney, a merchant of Boston. She died April 12, 1845, leaving two daughters. He married for his 2d wife, Sept. 28, 1846, Mary Louisa Cary, dau. of Hon. Thomas Greaves and Mary (Perkins) Cary. By his second wife he has had two sons and one daughter, who with their mother survive him. [snip]
- Lombard. -- Israel, at his residence in Newton, Mass., May 6, aged 57. He was son of Capt. Israel and Hannay (Coan) Lombard, and was born in Truro, Mass., June 6, 1804. He came to Boston in 1822 and entered the counting room of Mr. John Houston, with whom he remained four years. He then entered into partnership with Mr. Charles O. Whitmore, under the firm of Lombard & Whitmore. In 1855 this firm was dissolved, and Mr. Lombard formed a new co-partnership with Mr. George Whitney (son of Mr. Israel Whitney) and his elder son, Dwight B. Lombard, under the style of Lombard, Whitney & Co. Mr. Lombard was a man of great enterprise, sagacity and financial skill, of scrupulous integrity and amiability of character, and was held in high estimation by the mercantile community. He was for many years a director of the Massachusetts Bank, the Boston Insurance company, and the Boston and Worcester Rail Road company. He has left a widow and four children -- two sons and two daughters.
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