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The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, by Frederick Clifton Pierce (Chicago: 1895)

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WHITNEY GENEALOGY. 417

6420. vi. ELLEN, b. ----- ; m. William KLOTZ; res. Bowling Green, O. 6421. vii. EMELINE, b. Feb 27, 1834; m. Feb 11, 1852, at Freemont, O., ----- SPOONER. He d.s.p. Feb 19, 1893; was a farmer. 6422. viii. EDWIN G., b. Mar 26, 1827; m. Margaret GARNS. 3597. ISAAC AMSDEN WHITNEY (Ami, Jonathan, Jonathan, Jonathan, Benjamin, John), b. Flint, NY, Sept 17, 1805; m. at Orleans, NY, Jan 1, 1829, Jane MOORE; b. Jan 31, 1806. He d. Nov 1876; res. New York state. 6423. i. LORAIN MOORE, b. Apr 23, 1830; m. Jan 17, 1850, Huldah P. INGLESBEE; b. May 17, 1829; res. Ransom, Mich. 6424. ii. MILTON, b. Oct 21, 1831; m. Oct 1857, Mary PEPINGER; b. 1838; res. Albama Center, NY. 6425. iii. ESTHER, b. Jan 24, 1835; m. Dec 25, 1850, Levi INGLESBEE. 6426. iv. WASHINGTON, b. Jan 25, 1837; m. June, 1858, Julia TUTTLE; res. Cambria Mills, Mich. 6427. v. AMI, b. Dec 27, 1838; m. Emma C. STRONG. 6428. vi. WILLIAM, b. Nov 18, 1840; m. April 1, 1868, Eliza V. THAM, b. Oct 1, 1850. 6429. vii. JANE ANN, b. Dec 8, 1842; m. Henry JENNINGS. 6430. viii. FRANK, b. Dec 30, 1844; d. Oct 22, 1864, while a prisoner of war, at Millen, Ga., in a confederate prison. 6431. ix. ISAAC ALBERT, b. Sept 28, 1847; m. July 31, 1869, ----- ----- ; res. Litchfield, Mich. 3602. AMI WHITNEY (Ami, Jonathan, Jonathan, Jonathan, Benjamin, John), b. Flint Creek, NY. June 22, 1814; m. Sept 19, 1843, Ann SHEARMAN; b. Apr 12, 1818; d. Mar 23, 1864; m. 2d, Dec 27, 1864, Rebecca Cassandra RIPPEY; res. Flint Creek, NY. 6432. i. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH, b. Nov 4, 1845; m. Sept 13, 1870, Har- mon Joel RICE; res. Stanley, NY He was b. Aug 5, 1840; is a farmer and is now serving his fourth term as supervisor of Sen- eca, NY. Ch.: Harmon Whitney, b. July 11, 1871; Edward Nor- man, b. June 28, 1873; d. Aug 1877; Anna Shearman, b. June 18, 1875; d. Sept 1877; Carrie Belle, b. Mar 27, 1877; Charles Ami, b. Mar 27, 1879; Rose Elizabeth, b. Sept 27, 1883; Julia, b. Aug 30, 1885. 6433. ii. J. SHEARMAN, b. Dec 7, 1847; m. Emma C. CROZIER. 6434. iii. ANNA, b. Aug 31, 1850; d. June 29, 1856. 6435. iv. THOS. D., b. Apr 20, 1852; m. Jane Ann POTTER. 6436. v. CHAS. WM., b. May 5, 1854; m. Emma M. PARKER. 6437. vi. FRANK AMI, b. June 4, 1858; m. Ada F. PARKER. 6438. vii. EDDY RIPPEY, b. Dec 3, 1865; unm; res. 20 North St., Bingham- ton, NY. 3614. MAJOR SOLON MIRON NAPOLEAN WHITNEY (Parkhurst, Jonathan, Jon- athan, Jonathan, Benjamin, John), b. Niagara Falls, NY, Oct 7, 1815; m. May 12, 1840, at Waterford, NY., Frances Elizabeth DRAKE; b. Aug 17, 1822; d. Feb 8, 1883. Major WHITNEY, the son of Gen. Parkhurst WHITNEY, was born at Niagara Falls, where he has always resided. After a thorough common-school education he attended the Lewiston academy and later the Canandaigua academy. He has been one of the owners and proprietors of the Cataract House at the falls for over fifty years, the business having been started by his father in 1814. He has been village trustee for several years, and for some time president of the board; is president of the Niagara Gas co., director in the Cataract Bank and Niagara Savings Bank; is now, 1893, senior warden of St. Peter's Episcopal church, of which he has been warden and vestryman for thirty years; is a member of Niagara Frontier lodge, F.& A.M., No. 132, Niagara Royal Arch Chapter, No. 200, and the Genessee Commandery, No. 10; was commissioned major in 1837, and received 160 acres of land from U.S. government, built the house in which he lives in 1849; res. Niagara Fall, NY. 6439. i. SOLON, b. May 5, 1841; drowned June, 1845. 6440. ii. DRAKE, b. Aug 23, 1843; m. Grace V. OATMAN. 6441. iii. SOLON, b. July 18, 1846. He was educated at the public schools at Niagara Falls; later studied at Porter's academy and at Dr. Reed's Walnut Hill school at Geneva, NY. From 1867 to 1890 he was associated with his father in the management of the Cat- aract House; Buffalo St., N.F. 6442. iv. PARKHURST, b. May 2, 1850; d. Dec 5, 1856.

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