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OBADIAH WHITTIER
Posted by: Pam (ID *****8573) Date: December 12, 2002 at 18:31:55
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I have OBADIAH WHITTIER ~ B September 08, 1758 in Amesbury, Essex County Massachusetts, ~ D July 29, 1814, in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire, ~ Md SARAH AUSTIN ~ B July 09, 1765, in July 09, 1765, ~ D July 09, 1765, in July 09, 1765.
I have 9 children listed for OBADIAH AND SARAH who was married on July 09, 1765, in Strafford County, New Hampshire.
The children that I have got listed for OBADIAH and SARAH ARE:

1.) ANNA WHITTIER ~ b September 26, 1787 in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire. ~ d April 9, 1847. I have no place of death for ANNA) I have her being married to, ISAAC WENDALL, ( I have no birth place for ISAAC) ~d March 25, 1857. I do have ANNA and ISSAC being married on, May 3, 1809. I have no children listed for them either.

2.) MOSES WHITTIER ~ b May 19, 1889 in, Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire. ~d December 17, 1857, in Dover, Strafford County, New Hamshire. I have him beng married to 3 different women, first was GERTRUDE FRYE on December 15, 1814. Then SARAH HACKER JONES on March 1, 1821, then to DEBORAH BURNHAM on September 25, 1842.

3.) SARAH WHITTIER ~ b July 7, 1891 in Dover Strafford County, New Hamshire. ~d 1868. I have SARAH being married to, GEORGE VARNEY,but no date, I have no birth nor death dates on GEORGE and have no children listed for SARAH and GEORGE.

4.) JOSEPH WHITTIER ~ b December 10, 1793 in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire. ~d August 29, 1889 in Joliet, Will County, Illinios (1873 living in Joliet) I have JOSEPH being married to NANCY LOCKE ~b February 12, 1800, in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire, ~d December 22, 1882, in Joliet, Will County, Illinios. I have JOSEPH and NANCY being married on March 6, 1817, in Lee Strafford County, New Hampshire. (I do not have any children listed for them)

5.)JOHN WHITTIER ~ b December 9, 1795, in Dover, New Hampshire, ~ d December 1, 1864, in Dover, New Hampshire. I have JOHN as being married to HANNAH HANSON married on May 28, 1828 in Dover, New Hampshire. I have no dates on HANNAH nor children for JOHN and HANNAH.

6.) PHEBE AUSTIN WHITTIER ~ b March 11, 1798, in Dover, New Hampshire, ~ d February 6, 1871 in Boston, Massachusette. I have PHEBE as being married to EDMUND JOHNSON abt. 1818. I have no information on EDMUND nor the children of them.

7.) MARY WHITTIER ~ b July 14, 1800, in Dover New Hampshire and ~ D 1850. I have her married to GIDEON C. SMITH in, Sumersworth, NH. (I have no birth nor death dates for GIDEON) I also do not have any children listed for GIDEON and MARY. I have GIDEON and MARY'S marriage date as, September 26, 1827.

8.) RUTH WHITTIER ~ b October 28, 1802 in, Dover, New Hampshire. I have RUTH being married to DR. SAMUAL ADDISON SHUTE. I have not information of DR. SAMUAL ADDISON SHUTE nor do I have any information on RUTH'S death nor children they may have had.

9.) LYDIA WHITTIER ~ July 14, 1807 in Dover, New Hampshire. I have LYDIA being married to LEONARD SMITH. I do not have the death dates of LYDIA nor any information on LEONARD SMITH nor any children that they may have had.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Pam


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