Family:Whitney, Willard Wedlock (1823-1891)

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Willard Wedlock8 Whitney (Erastus7, Isaac6, Jonathan5, Benjamin4, Benjamin3, Benjamin2, John1), son of Erastus7 and Thurza (Harmon) Whitney, was born 26 Feb 1823, Greenwich, NY, and died 15 May 1891, Maquoketa, IA.

He married, 27 Jul 1850, Fanny P. Orton. She was born 19 Feb 1831, Warren Co., NY, and died 9 Feb 1878.

He resided Maquoketa, IA.

Children of Willard Wedlock8 and Fanny P. (Orton) Whitney:

i. Ursula Elizabeth9 Whitney, b. 9 Nov 1851, Greenwich, Washington Co., NY; m. 17 Aug 1871, Greenwich, NY, or Williamstown, MA, John Edward Coope/Corpe, b. ca. 1851, Williamstown, MA, son of Edwin S. & Olive B. (-----) Coope/Corpe;[1] resided Imlay City, MI.
ii. Oliver Harmon Whitney, b. 27 Mar 1855, Washington Co., NY; m. Emma Hunter.
iii. Sarah Jane Whitney, b. 28 Jun 1857; m. 14 Feb 1883, Cyrus Traver, b. 21 Nov 1825; resided Elvira, IA.
Ch.: Percy C., b. 14 Feb 1886; Ray, b. 22 Aug 1888; d. 14 Jan 1889; Creon A., b. 28 Apr 1890.

Census

62 Wood $200 102 Willard Whitney 32 M - - Washington 1 - 32 Carpenter 1 - - - - - - Fanny Whitney 24 F - Wife Warren 1 - 8 - - - - - - - - Arsula Whitney 3 F - Chld Washington - - 3 - - - - - - - - Harmon Whitney 2m M - Chld " - - 2m - - - - - - - -

1697 1640 Willard Whitney 37 M - Carpenter $250 N. York Fanny " 29 F - do Ursula " 8 " - do Attended school Oliver H. " 5 M - do Attended school Sarah J. " 2 F - do

206 207 Whitney, Willard 47 M W Carpenter $1000 $150 N.Y. Male citizen over 21 -----, Fanny 39 F W Keeping House N.Y. -----, Oliver 15 M W Farm Laborer N.Y. -----, Sarah J. 13 F W N.Y.

Willard WHITNEY 57 Self M W W NY Farmer CT CT Oliver H. WHITNEY 25 Son M S W NY Farmer NY NY Sarah J. WHITNEY 22 Dau F S W NY Keeping House NY NY

References

1.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 235, page 75.


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