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The Whitney Family of Connecticut

by S. Whitney Phoenix
(New York: 1878)

Transcribed by Robert L. Ward.

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Eighth Generation.
lawyer; was living at Grand Rapids, Mich., in Jan. 1875, unmarried. He grad. in the law-department of the Michigan University at Ann Arbor.
5968 III. Frederick Whitney Maher, b. at Covington, N.Y., 23 June 1855; a farmer; was living at Wyoming, N.Y., in Jan. 1875.
5969 IV. Frank Henry Maher, b. at Pike, N.Y., 30 June 1858; was living at Wyoming, N.Y., in Jan. 1875, a student in Middlebury Academy.

Child of Raymond and Marinda (Silliman) Whitney. 1843

5970 I. Charles Silliman Whitney, b. at Bridgeport, Conn., 24 Ap. 1838; a farmer; married at her father's house, 7 Sept. 1868, Emma Ann Peck, dau. of Lyman Peck, of North Fairfield, Ohio, where she was born 8 Sept. 1849. They were living at North Fairfield in Sept. 1868.

Child of Roswell and Eliza (Whitlock) Whitney. 1844

5971 I. Augustus Sherman Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 8 Sept. 1841; a farmer; settled at Hammonton, N.J., in 1861, and married there, at her father's house, 10 Aug. 1862, Polly Zidana Seeley, who was born in the State of New York, dau. of Banks and Sarah Seeley. He enlisted at Trenton, N.J., 2 Jan. 1864, in Co. E, 3d Reg., N.J. Volunteers; served in the Army of the Potomac, under Gen. John Sedgwick; was wounded in the battle of The Wilderness; was taken to Washington, D. C., where he died in Lincoln Hospital, I 3 June 1864; and was buried in Washington. He had no children. She married (2d), ----- Hoppin, and settled at Hammonton.

Chil. of Bennet and Susan (Curtis) Whitney. 1845

5972 I. Eben Whitney, b. at Fairfield, Conn., 22 Oct. 1837; a farmer; married on board U. S. transport, Balloon, in Annapolis Harbor, Md., 23 Ap. 1864, Sarah Amelia Johnson Allen, born 27 Feb. 1838, dau. of George Washington Allen, of Woodstock, Conn. He grad. at the Normal School in St. Louis, Mo., 1860; continued his studies at Shurtleff College, Upper Alton, Ill.; was Capt. of Co. D, 30th Reg., U.S. Infantry (colored), during its period of service, from 26 Feb. 1864 to 10 Dec. 1865; and lived at Milltown, N.J., in June 1867, without children.
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