Family:Whitney, Haynes (1788-1825)

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Haynes Whitney, parentage unknown, but brother of Calvin Whitney,[1] born allegedly Dec 1788, Woodstock, VT, but not verified, and died 18 Sep 1825, Thomaston, ME.

He may have been identical to Haynes Whitney, born 7 Dec 1787, Wendell, NH, son of Joshua and Sally (-----) Whitney of Wendell, NH, and Bridgewater, VT.

He "Mr." married, 24 Jan 1816 or 23 Feb 1815, Thomaston, ME, "Miss" Jane Robinson, "both of Thomaston",[2] daughter of Moses and Jane (Burton) Robinson. She was born 3 Sep 1790, and died 16 Jan 1885. She married secondly, 1 Jun 1828, Thomaston, ME, Jeremiah Gilman, born 14 Oct 1804, Gilmanton, NH.

He resided Woodstock, VT, and Thomaston, ME.

Children of Haynes and Jane (Robinson) Whitney:

i. William Whitney, b. 29 Oct 1816; m.(1) Eliza Brown; m.(2) Elizabeth Jordan.
ii. Maria R. Whitney, b. 24 Jun 1818; d. 1845, St. Louis; "Miss" "of Thomaston" m. 20 Oct 1844, Thomaston, ME, Joseph C. Stafford "of Boston";[3] resided Boston, MA.
iii. Charles Robinson Whitney, b. 16 Jun 1820; m. Mary Edgcom Thurston.
iv. Reuben H. Whitney, b. 10 Nov 1823; lost overboard from the bark "Valhalla", said Dec 1838, but reported in the newspaper 16 Jan 1840, so probably Dec 1839.[4]
v. Elizabeth Howard Whitney, b. 22 Nov 1825; d. Nov 1885; "Miss" "of Thomaston" m.(1) 1 Sep 1844, Thomaston, ME, Charles A. Green "of Boston," MA;[5] m.(2) Stephen Styles of Cambridge, MA; son Franklin H. resided No. Avenue, North Cambridge, MA.

Census

  • 1820, Thomaston, Cumberland Co., ME: Haynes Whitney, 1 male 26-44, 1 male 18-25, 2 males 0-9, 1 female 26-44, 1 female 16-25, and 1 female 0-9; 1 engaged in agriculture, 1 in manufacture or trades.
  • 1850, widow Jane and second husband in Thomaston, ME.
  • 1860, widow Jane and second husband in Thomaston, ME.
  • 1870, widow Jane and second husband in Thomaston, ME.
  • 1880, widow Jane not found; second husband in Thomaston, ME, recorded as a widower.

References

1.^  For a discussion of Pierce's errors and what is known of the two brothers, see Archive:Who were Calvin and Haynes Whitney.

2.^  "Feb. 23, 1815, Mr. Hanes Whitney & Miss Jane Robinson, both of Thomaston," according to Judith Holbrook Kelley and Clayton Rand Adams, comps. and eds., Marriage Returns of Lincoln County, Maine. Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication No. 39 (Rockport, ME: Picton Press, [2002]), p. 340.

3.^  "Maria R., Miss, of Thomaston, and Mr. Joseph C. Stafford of Boston, m. 20 Oct 1844, by Rev. Job Washburn," according to Sullivan, Steven E., Vital Records from the "Thomaston Recorder"; of Thomaston, Maine, 1837-1846 (Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1995).

4.^  "Reuben, seaman of this town, lost overboard from the Barque Valhalla on the passage from Boston to Charleston. (Issue 16 Jan 1840)," according to Sullivan, Steven E., Vital Records from the "Thomaston Recorder"; of Thomaston, Maine, 1837-1846 (Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1995).


5.^  "Elizabeth H., Miss, of Thomaston, and Mr. Charles A. White, of Boston, m. 1 Sep 1844, by Rev. J. Washburn," according to Sullivan, Steven E., Vital Records from the "Thomaston Recorder"; of Thomaston, Maine, 1837-1846 (Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1995).


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