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Re: Henry WHITENER & Margaret SHERRILL of NC
Posted by: C Wood (ID *****6336) Date: November 20, 2004 at 17:21:47
In Reply to: Henry WHITENER & Margaret SHERRILL of NC by Beverly (HIMES) BARGER of 339

All the following information is presumed based on the name and dates you gave in your original message. I hope it helps.


Henry Whitener

Born in 1791(?) in Lincoln County, North Carolina and died 22 August 1847 in Catawba County, N.C. and buried in the Weidner- Robinson Cemetery

Married Margaret Sherrill on 2 February 1815 in Lincoln County, North Carolina

Henry Whitener was son of Daniel Whitener (and Elizabeth Wilfong B: 11 March 1765; D: 22 Oct. 1827) Born 14 October 1750. Married ca. 1784 in Lincoln County, North Carolina and died 8 January 1833 in Lincoln County, North Carolina and buried in the Weidner- Robinson Cemetery (Present Day Catawba County, NC)

Daniel Whitener's Father was Henry Weidner and his mother was Catherine Mull

For more information Please contact The Catawba County Library - Main Branch (Newton, NC) - Genealogy Division. They have a vast resource section for the Whitener(Weidner)'s in Catawba County North Carolina.

One Note of reference. Catawba County was a part of Lincoln County until around 1842. Records for family branches could also be located in Lincoln county. Deeds of land ownership or other grants and documents may also house in Mecklenburg County (Charlotte, North Carolina) if they are before a certain date in history. Because Charlotte was a major center of the legal realms and housed area documents pertaining to similar land grants.


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