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William Richard Cutter, Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts (New York, NY: Lewis historical publishing company, 1908), Volume III.

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Volume I, Volume II, Volume III, Volume IV


[p. 877]

Abigail, born June 9, 1743. married Whitney. 4. Joshua, born April 12, 1746. 5. Mary, born March 2, 1748. 6. Wilson, born February 20, 1752, soldier in the ...


[p. 890]

May 17, 1706, William Whitney. 8. Stephen, born October, 1683. 9. Israel, born October 7, 1685. lO. Elizabeth, born September 9, 1687, married Joseph Bemis. ...


[p. 915]

She died in 1778, aged sixty- one. Children: i. Joshua, born March 2. 1747, mentioned below. 2. Ann, born June 18, 1749, married, 1774, Ephraim Whitney. 3. ...


[p. 922]

Mrs. Nichols' maternal grandfather, Phineas Whitney, was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. They had one child, Leroy Warren, born November 8, 1873, ...


[p. 932]

The operation was performed by Dr. Jeffries, of Halifax, later of Boston, and the surgeon of the privateer, Dr. Elisha Whitney, of Beverly. ...


[p. 942]

2. Hannah, September 3, 1702, died young. 3. Thomas, October 4, 1705, mentioned below. 4. William, May 1, 1708, married Sarah Whitney. 5. ...


[p. 1026]

June 30, 1887, Alice Maria Sawin, born at Charlestown, August 22, 1863. daughter of John Traverse and Sarah (Whitney) Sawin. Her father was a milk dealer. ...


[p. 1069]

Augustus Whitney, mentioned below. 5. Cynthia Jones, born March 25, 1836, at Cavendish, Vermont, died at Perkinsville, Vermont, May 15, 1842. 6. ...


[p. 1070]

(XI) Augustus Whitney Weeks, son of Timothy ( to) and Elizabeth B. Weeks, was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, February 5, 1833. ...


[p. 1080]

1800; died February 24, 1874; married, July, 1825, Sarah, daughter of Jesse Whitney, of Cambridge, Vermont. 3. Lucius, born at Lebanon, July 26. ...


[p. 1111]

Mary, born March 25, 1767 ; died August 22, 1841 ; married, February 18, 1790, Josiah Whitney. 4. Cynthia, born November 7, 1769; died February 20, 1784. 5. ...


[p. 1124]

Daniel Whitney on the committee of correspondence in 1774-75; delegate to convention in 1779 at Concord; a very prominent citizen ; married Sarah Learned, ...


[p. 1131]

John, born February 11, 1646-47; married Ruth Whitney ; soldier in King Philip's war ; was drowned in the Charles river through ...


[p. 1135]

John, born February 28, 1782, died April 5, 1868; married Polly Whitney. 3. Eliphalet, born March 21, 1/85, mentioned below. ...


[p. 1196]

He was subsequently with the Whitney Opera House at Fitchburg, Massachusetts, in charge of the stage carpentering. In 1882 he succeeded to his father's ...


[p. 1207]

218, Independent ( )rder of Odd Fellows ; Chelmsford Veteran Association; Ladd & Whitney Post, ,N'0. 185, of Lowell. He married, 1864, Addie Kittridge, ...


[p. 1233]

8. Jemima, married Benjamin C. Swasey, and left five children. 9. Naomi, married David Lane, of Lowell ; children : i. Jemima Lane, married Amos Whitney ...


[p. 1239]

Her father was born at Salem, November 25, 1803, son of Aaron and Sarah Knight ; her mother was born April 27, 1804, daughter of Isaiah and Susannah Whitney ...


[p. 1300]

... Mary Whitney. He died November 19, 1738, aged sixty-three years. Children: 1. Benjamin, born May 21, 1702, died November 15, 1738. 2. ...


[p. 1332]

May 2, 1757, Jemima Farr ; (second), March 6, 1769, Abigail Whitney; he may have had a third wife as Templeton records mention "Jemima, daughter of Job and ...


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