Family:Whitney, Isaac Davis (1798-1838)

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Isaac Davis7 Whitney (Daniel6, David5, Nathan4, Nathaniel3, Benjamin2, John1), son of Daniel and Louisa (Stubs) Whitney, was born 2 Mar 1798, Hampden, ME, and died 26 May 1838, Newburgh, ME.

He married 9 Apr 1822, Hampden, ME, Melinda Harding, daughter of Job and Dorcas (Reed) Harding. She was born 2 May 1802, Hampden, ME, and died 16 Mar 1867, Hampden, ME.

Isaac and Melinda are both buried in the Chapman Cemetery, Penobscot Co., ME.

Children of Isaac Davis7 and Melinda (Harding) Whitney:

i. Julia Ann8 Whitney, b. 20 Oct 1824, ME; d. 21 Apr 1857; m. Simon Mudgett.
ii. Dorcas Harding Whitney, b. 10 Jan 1823, ME; d. 9 Dec 1865; m. 24 Nov 1846, Penobscot Co., ME, Rufus Bartlett, "both of Newburgh",[1] b. ca. 1824, ME.
iii. Albert Whitney, b. 30 May 1826, Hampden, ME; m. Mary Elizabeth Libby.
iv. Allen Rogers Whitney, b. 26 Jan 1831, Newburgh, ME; m. Mary Louise Isabelle Jenkins.
v. Gustavus Adolphus Whitney, b. 19 Jun 1833, Newburgh, ME; m.(1) Jane Sanders; m.(2) Augusta Ellsworth; m.(3) Sarah Ware.
vi. William Thomas Whitney, b. 19 Sep 1835, ME; m.(1) Josephine Brott; m.(2) Lucy Canfield.
vii. Elmira Whitney.
viii. Darius Whitney. Not found in census records 1850-1880.

Census

595 595 Melinda Whitney 47 F - $1600 Me. Albert " 24 M - Farmer Me. Allen " 19 M - Labourer Me. Gustavus " 16 M - Labourer Me. Attended school William " 14 M - Me. Attended school Peddy Harding 49 F - Me.

408 401 Albert Whitney 35 M - Farmer $2700 $1865 Maine Mary E. " 32 F - " Harriet M. " 7 F - " Attended school Austin A. " 5 M - " Attended school Isaac L. " 1 M - " Peddy Harding 60 F - Mass. Malinda Whitney 58 F - Maine Olive A. Goodrich 19 F - " Attended school

References

  • Census records

1.((note|1}} "Rufus Bartlett and Dorcas H. Whitney, both of Newburgh, 24 November 1846," according to Ruth Gray, ed., Penobscot County, Maine Marriage Records prior to 1892 (Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1994).


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