Family:Whitney, Isaac (1694-b1744)

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Isaac4 Whitney (Jonathan3, Jonathan2, John1), son of Jonathan3 and Sarah (Hapgood) Whitney, was born 27 Sep 1694, Sherborn, MA,[1] and died before 17 Jan 1744, Concord or Mendon, MA.[2]

On 17 Jan 1744, Concord, MA, a petition was recorded of Shadrach Whitney and Amos Whitney, brothers of Isaac Whitney, late of Concord, glazer, who refuse administration, along with Daniel Whitney, another brother, and desire that Samuel Blood of Concord, a creditor, not be allowed administration, either, but have no objection to creditors Joseph Wright of Concord or Nathaniel Russell of Littleton. On 28 Jan 1744, Concord, MA, Joseph Wright requested that Nathaniel Russell be granted administration. On 4 Feb 1744, Concord, MA, administration was granted to Nathaniel Russell of Littleton, yeoman, with Jonas Russell, Jr., gentleman, and William Barrett, husbandman, both of Westford, sureties. On 11 Feb 1744, Concord, MA, his inventory was taken by Jonathan Ball, Thomas Jones, and Thomas Munroe, and the estate was declared insolvent. On 11 Jul 1747, Concord, MA, the heirs were cited: Mr. Ebenezer Cutler of Weston; Shadrack Whitney of Groton; Amos Whitney of Townshend; and Jonathan Whitney of Lunenburgh.

Pierce says the following:[3]

ISAAC [WHITNEY], b. -----. He was of Concord, a glazier. His bro. Shadrach admr. on his estate Feb. 4, 1754, prob. d. unm. At the death of his father in 1735 he was given lands in Sherborn. He was a soldier in the early Indian wars, and with his brother Zaccheus was left by Capt. John LOVEWELL in the fort in Ossipee in 1725.

References

1.^  "Isaac [Whitney], s. of Jonathan and Sarah, [born] Sept. 27, 1694," according to Thomas W. Baldwin, ed., Vital Records of Sherborn, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston, MA: 1911).

2.^ 

3.^  Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635 (Chicago, IL: 1895), p. 34.


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