Person:David Whitney (2)

m. 20 Jan 1712/13
  1. David Whitney1716 -
  2. Solomon Whitney1735 - 1772
  • HDavid Whitney1716 -
  • WMary Gunn1719/20 - Aft 1764
m. 27 Sep 1739
  1. Mary Whitney1740 -
  2. Esther Whitney1743 -
  3. Elizabeth Whitney1746 -
  4. Sarah Whitney1748 -
  5. Jacob Whitney1750 - 1843
  6. Kezia Whitney1752 -
  7. Lois Whitney1757 - 1824
  8. Emelia Whitney1759 - 1819
  9. Cloise Whitney1759 -
  10. David Whitney1762 - 1837
  11. Roswell Whitney1764 - 1830
Facts and Events
Name David Whitney
Gender Male
Birth[1] 16 Sep 1716 Plainfield, Windham, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 27 Sep 1739 Sheffield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United Statesto Mary Gunn
Death[1] Poultney, Rutland, Vermont, United States

"He was born in Canaan and at his father's death was given property. Moving to New Haven in 1756 he resided there until 1762, and perhaps afterward. His ear mark for domestic animals was recorded there Oct. 25, 1757. He died in Vermont. David WHITNEY of Canaan, Conn., who was brother of Solomon WHITNEY was proprietor of Poultney, VT., and both were proprietors clerks of meetings held in 1761. [See History of Poultney.]"

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Whitney Research Group, Secondary quality.

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  2.   Joslin, J. A history of the town of Poultney, Vermont: from its settlement to the year 1875 : with family and biographical sketches and incidents. (Poultney, Vt.: J. Joslin, B. Frisbie and F. Ruggles, 1875), Secondary quality.

    (by Joseph Joslin, Barnes Frisbie, Frederick Ruggles, Poultney: Journal Printing Office, 1875), pages 11-15, describes and records the Charter Poultney received on 21 September 1761 which was granted by the Royal Governor of New Hampshire, Benning Wentworth. It includes the list of Grantees found in the Book of Charters, pages 201 and 202, which shows the name of David Whitney and his younger brother, Solomon. [[2]]