Family:Whitney, Josiah Newell (1827-a1900)
He married, 20 May 1857, Hardwick, VT, Harriet Eliza7 Whitney, daughter of Jesse6 and Hephzibah (Smith) Whitney. She was born 16 Jan 1836, Wolcott, VT, and died after 1874.
Phoenix says the following:
- ". . . a farmer; went to Lowell, Mass., in Oct. 1845; returned to Wolcott, in Ap. 1847; started, 1 Jan. 1850, for California, and returned, 20 May 1852, to Wolcott, where he has since resided. . . . . He enlisted, 12 July 1862, at Wolcott, in Co. E, 3d Reg. Vt. Vol. Inf., and was discarged 30 June 1865. They were living at Wolcott, without children, in 1874, on the homestead of her father, Jesse Whitney."
Josiah Newell7 and Harriet Eliza7 (Whitney) Whitney had no children.
155 156 Aron Smith 40 M - Farmer $1500 Vt. Mary L. " 39 F - " Emily H. " 7 F - " Attended school Dillington Hawse 8 M - " Attended school Huldy Gager 76 F - Ct. Newell Whitney 23 M - Farmer Vt.
149 149 Newel Whitney 33 M - Farmer $3000 $1100 Vermont Harriet E. " 24 F - " Mary Smith 14 F - " Attended school
29 29 Whitney, Hephsebah 71 F W Keeping House $5000 $1440 Vermont -----, Joseph N. 43 M W Farmer " Male citizen over 21 -----, Hariet E. 33 F W Keeping House " Gillman, Mary J. 30 F W Domestic Servant " Clark, Charles M. 16 M W Farm Laborer "
Newell WHITNEY 52 Self M M W VT Farmer VT VT Eliza H. WHITNEY 43 Wife F M W VT Keeping House VT VT Hepseybeth WHITNEY 81 Oth F S W VT VT VT Mary J. WHITNEY 40 Oth F S W VT Teacher VT VT Nancy PIKE 83 Oth F M W VT VT VT Maud AUSTIN 4 Oth F S W VT VT VT James G. AUSTIN 1 Oth M S W VT VT VT Fred LEBARSON 15 Oth M S W VT Laborer VT VT
219 225 Scribner, Prentiss Head W M Aug 1843 56 mar 34 Vermont New Hampshire Vermont Meat man -----, Alma Wife W F Feb 1844 56 mar 34 5ch 4liv Vermont Vermont Vermont -----, Jennie Dau W F Jul 1877 22 sgl Vermont Vermont Vermont Teacher Walsh, Warner Srvt W M Oct 1883 16 sgl Vermont Vermont Vermont Clerk meat m. Whitney, Newell Brdr W M Oct 1827 72 wid Vermont Vermont Vermont
- Census records.
- 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. 353.