Family:Whitney, Levi Russell (1830-a1900)
He married, 3 Jul 1852, Patterson, NY, Phila Jane Ballard, daughter of Darius and Caroline (Eastwood) Ballard. She was born 20 Jan 1836, Lexington, NY, and died after 1900.
Phoenix says the following:
- ". . . a miller . . . . They dwelt at Patterson for one year; at Ludingtonville, NY, twelve years; at Southeast, NY, one year; at Sherman, CT, one year; at Pawling, NY, three years; and, in 1874, had lived at Beekmanville, NY, for two years."
Child of Levi Russell8 and Phila Jane (Ballard) Whitney, possibly incomplete:
i. John9 Whitney, b. ca. 1855, NY; d. after 1870; not mentioned by Phoenix. ii. Cynthia Jane Whitney, b. 23 Sep 1864, Ludingtonville, NY; d. after 1940; m. ca. 1881, Walter Mansfield.
87 89 Peter D. Doughty 48 M - Farmer $13000 N.Y. Emma " 41 F - " Syche " 20 F - " Isaac " 18 M - " Attended school Mary Cary 13 F - " Sarah Doughty 11 F - N.Y. Attended school Frederick " 6 M - " Attended school Catherine " 4 F - " Attended school James Ude 48 M - Laborer " Levi Whiting 20 M - " Delia Baker 15 F - " Thomas Doughty 31 M - Farmer $1500 "
50 51 Levi R. Whitney 30 M - Miller $2500 $400 New York Phila J. Whitney 24 F - Do John Whitney 5 M - New York
Who was John?
121 123 Whitney, Levi R. 39 M W Laborer New York Illiterate, Male citizen over 21 Julia 35 M W Keeping house New York Illiterate Smith J. 6 M W New York John 15 M W New York
"Julia" seems to be an error for "Phila", and "Smith" for "Cynthia".
Levi WHITNEY 49 Self M M W NY Miller NY NY Phila Jane WHITNEY 45 Wife F M W NY Keeping House NY NY Cynthie WHITNEY 15 Dau F S W NY At Home NY NY
303 316 Whitney, Levi R. Head W M Sep 1830 69 mar 47 New York New York New York Farm Laborer, Rents house ----, Phila J. Wife W F Jan 1836 63 mar 47 1ch 1liv New York New York New York Brown, Emily Sis W F Jun 1832 67 wid 2ch 0liv New York New york New York
- All data imported from Stephen Whitney Phoenix, The Whitney family of Connecticut, and its affiliations; being an attempt to trace the descendants, as well in the female as the male lines, of Henry Whitney, from 1649 to 1878; to which is prefixed some account of the Whitneys of England. (New York : Priv. Print. [Bradford Press] 1878), p. 1471 and p. 2206.