Person:John Whitney (10)

m. 12 May 1583
  1. Margaret Whitney1584 - 1604/05
  2. Thomas Whitney1587 - 1587
  3. Henry Whitney1588 - 1588/89
  4. Arneway Whitney1589/90 - 1591
  5. John Whitney1592 - 1673
  6. Nowell Whitney1594 - 1596/97
  7. Meliora Whitney1596 - 1599
  8. Francis Whitney1598/99 - 1643
  9. Mary Whitney1600 - 1600
  10. Alice Whitney1602 - 1665
  11. Thomas Whitneyabt 1604 - 1637
  12. Robert Whitney1605 -
  13. Robert Whitneyabt 1610 - 1662
  • HJohn Whitney1592 - 1673
  • WElinor Unknownbet 1597 and 1599 - 1659
m. Abt 1618
  1. Mary Whitney1619 - 1626/27
  2. John Whitney, Jr1621 - 1692
  3. Richard Whitney1623/24 - 1719
  4. Nathaniel Whitneyabt 1625 -
  5. Thomas Whitney1627 - 1719
  6. Mary Whitney1629 - bef 1635
  7. Jonathan Whitneyabt 1634 - 1702/03
  8. Dea. Joshua Whitney1635 - 1719
  9. Caleb WhitneyBef 1640 - 1640
  10. Benjamin Whitney1643 - 1723
m. 29 Sep 1659
Facts and Events
Name John Whitney
Gender Male
Christening[2] 20 Jul 1592 Westminster, Middlesex, EnglandSaint Margaret's Church
Marriage Abt 1618 Middlesex, Englandbased on baptism of oldest known child
to Elinor Unknown
Marriage 29 Sep 1659 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Judith Unknown
Death[1] 1 Jun 1673 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States

Immigrated to New England on the Elizabeth and Ann in 1635. Admitted as freeman on March 3, 1636. Settled in Watertown, Massachusetts. He was town clerk in 1655. Was baptized July 20, 1592, at St. Margaret's Church, Westminister, London. In England, he had been a member of the Merchant - Taylor's (Tailor's) Company. He served as an apprentice to one of the company's members and later became a full member. He later took his younger brother, Peter, as an apprentice and later as a member of the company.

sources: Burke's "American Families with British Ancestry" & Melville's "The Ancestry of John Whitney" Lynda J. McLaughlin via internet buttons@@tiac.net, The Original Lists of Persons of Quality 1600-1700, p 58, edited by John Camden Hotten.

The Elizabeth and Ann (1635)
The Elizabeth and Ann, also known as the Eliza and Ann sailed in the spring of 1635. The passengers are found scattered amongst a number of entries in Hotten's Emigrant Ancestors.
Sailed: May? 1635 from London, England under Master Roger Clapp
Arrived: July? 1635 at Boston, Massachusetts

Passengers:
~100
Joseph Alsop - Thomas Alsop - Baker family - Gamaliell Beomont - John Birden - Grace Bulkley - Robert Carr - Sara Cartrack - Clement Chaplin - James Cobbet - Josias Cobbet - William Courser - Henry Curtis - Thomas Dane - Eaton family - Joseph Faberr - Elizabeth Fabin - Richard Goard - Amivell Hall - O. Halsey - Robert Hans - Robert Hawkins - Thomas Hedhall or Hedsall - John Holloway - Thomas Hubbard - Percy King - Henry Jackson - Robert Jefferies family - Thomas Lord family - Morecock children - Oldham children - George Orris - George Parker - Thomas Pond - Vincen Potter - William Read - William Samond - Richard Sanpson - Nicholas Sension - Robert Standy - Christopher Stanley - William Swayne - M. Swynden - Jo. Thomson - John Whitney family - Washburn family - Edmund Weston - Richard White - Andrey Whitton - Henry Wilkinson - George Wylde - John Wylie

Resources: Transcription of records from Hotten Founders of New England (NEHGR)

References
  1. Historical Society of Watertown (Massachusetts). Watertown Records. (Watertown, Mass.: Press of Fred Barker, 1894-1939), 1:36.

    [74] 1673.
    John whetney widower deceased the first of June.

  2. Parish Register, St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, London, England [1], in Whitney Research Group (WRG).