Whittlesey-WhittelseyFamilyHistory
Genealogy of the Whittlesey-Whittelsey family based upon the 1855 Memorials of the Whittlesey Family, the 1898, 1941 and 1992 Whittelsey/Whittlesey Genealogies along with input from family members. In addition there is information on the Descendants of Seth Savage of Berlin, Connecticut
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Ann Augusta Patten
Ann Augusta Patten
 
 
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Anna Belle Whittlesey & Wayland Stirk Peterson
Married 23 March 1904, Creston, Iowa
Anna Belle Whittlesey & Wayland Stirk Peterson Married 23 March 1904, Creston, Iowa
 
 
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Anna Belle Whittlesey & Wayland Stirk Peterson  Married 23 March 1904, Creston, Iowa
Anna Belle Whittlesey & Wayland Stirk Peterson Married 23 March 1904, Creston, Iowa
 
 
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Anna Belle Whittlesey Peterson
        1874-1963
Anna Belle Whittlesey Peterson 1874-1963
Graceland Cemetery
Creston, Union, Iowa 
 
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Anna Whittlesey
1744-1810
Anna Whittlesey 1744-1810
This history of the life of Anna Whittlesey was written by Natalie Jenkins Iafolla who is nine generations removed from Eliphalet Whittlesey, #42 in the 1992 W-W Genealogy, Father of Asaph. Asaph, along with his brothers Lemuel, Martin, Abner and his sister Anna, has been the subject of her historical reviews of their lives. Great incite into the wives of military men serving in the Revolutionary War and life in Litchfield County, Connecticut. Her husband was Major William Cogswell and his life is also portrayed. 
 
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Artist rendering of complete headstone for Alexander and Sarah Henderson
Artist rendering of complete headstone for Alexander and Sarah Henderson
 
 
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Asaph Whittlesey
1753-1778
Asaph Whittlesey 1753-1778
This history of the life of Lemuel Whittlesey was written by Natalie Jenkins Iafolla who is nine generations removed from Eliphalet Whittlesey, #42 in the 1992 W-W Genealogy, Father of Asaph. Asaph, along with his brothers Lemuel, Martin, Abner and his sister Anna, has been the subject of her historical reviews of their lives. This document is 37 pages in length and provides an outstanding history of the expansion to the west of Connecticut to the Wyoming Valley of what is now Pennsylvania. The buildup to the Battle of Wyoming in 1778 is described in great detail. It was during this battle that the very young, yet much accomplished, Asaph perished.

 
 
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Asenath Whittlesey 
    1849-1922
Asenath Whittlesey 1849-1922
 
 
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Asenath Whittlesey       1849-1922
Asenath Whittlesey 1849-1922
 
 
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Asenath Whittlesey Clark
Asenath Whittlesey Clark
Status: Located; Asenath Whittlesey Clark Headstone 
 
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Asenath Whittlesey Clark
Asenath Whittlesey Clark
Asenath Whittlesey Clark Headstone 
 
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Augusta Pauline Noller Whittlesey 1865-1934
Augusta Pauline Noller Whittlesey 1865-1934
 
 
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Azariah Whittlesey Sterling 1797-1876 Miranda Leech Sterling 1801-1857
Romeo Cemetery
Romeo, Michigan
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Azariah Whittlesey, born Dec. 12, 1780
Azariah Whittlesey, born Dec. 12, 1780
Status: Located; Azariah Whittlesey headstone 
 
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Back of headstone for Robert W. Frisbie (11-18-23 - 2-7-90) and Cleo L. Pressnell (8-22-20 - 4-9-89)
Back of headstone for Robert W. Frisbie (11-18-23 - 2-7-90) and Cleo L. Pressnell (8-22-20 - 4-9-89)
Status: Located;  
 
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Barry Dean Whittlesey
1923-2009
Barry Dean Whittlesey 1923-2009
 
 
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Betty Ellen Miller Whittlesey
1921-2013
Betty Ellen Miller Whittlesey 1921-2013
Wife of Samuel Insull Whittlesey 
 
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Beulah Post Whittelsey Cole 1919-2006
Beulah Post Whittelsey Cole 1919-2006
 
 
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Beverley Ann Whittlesey (1 December 1932 - 17 February 1993) headstone
Beverley Ann Whittlesey (1 December 1932 - 17 February 1993) headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Blood in the Argonne
by Alan D. Gaff
2005
Blood in the Argonne by Alan D. Gaff 2005
The "Lost Battalion" of World War I
(Outstanding Endnotes, Bibliography and Index
Superb Research. WIllis S. Whittlesey III) 
 
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Broken piece of original vandalized headstone for Alexander and Sarah Henderson
Broken piece of original vandalized headstone for Alexander and Sarah Henderson
Currently in a museum in Dumfries, Virginia 
 
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Burton L. Barnes 1881-1958, His wife Ellen L. Frisbie 1882-1967, Helen J. Barnes 1905-1905
Burton L. Barnes 1881-1958, His wife Ellen L. Frisbie 1882-1967, Helen J. Barnes 1905-1905
Status: Located; Burton L. Barnes, Ellen L. Frisbie Barnes, Helen J. Barnes headstone close-up 
 
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Burton Leroy Barnes Family Granville Cemetery
Burton Leroy Barnes Family Granville Cemetery
 
 
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Capt. Martin Kellogg and Dorothy Chester
Capt. Martin Kellogg and Dorothy Chester
Status: Located; Capt. Martin Kellogg and Dorothy Chester headstone 
 
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Caroline Abbey Whittlesey
18 September 1858-28 October 1941
Caroline Abbey Whittlesey 18 September 1858-28 October 1941
 
 
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Caroline Abbey Whittlesey  18 September 1858-28 October 1941
Caroline Abbey Whittlesey 18 September 1858-28 October 1941
 
 
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Caroline Abbey Whittlesey Winegar and Elizabeth Norton
Caroline Abbey Whittlesey Winegar and Elizabeth Norton
 
 
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Caroline Abbey Whittlesey Winegar and Elizabeth Norton
Caroline Abbey Whittlesey Winegar and Elizabeth Norton
 
 
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Caroline Whittlesey 1819-1823
Caroline Whittlesey 1819-1823
Status: Located;  
 
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Caroline Whittlesey, daughter of Herman and Electa Whittlesey who died April 16, 1823, aged 4 years.
Caroline Whittlesey, daughter of Herman and Electa Whittlesey who died April 16, 1823, aged 4 years.
Status: Located;  
 
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Caroline Whittlesey, daughter of Herman and Electa Whittlesey who died April 16, 1823, aged 4 years.
Caroline Whittlesey, daughter of Herman and Electa Whittlesey who died April 16, 1823, aged 4 years.
 
 
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Centerbrook Cemetery
Essex, Connecticut
Centerbrook Cemetery Essex, Connecticut
Status: Located; Entrance 
 
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Charles Frederick Whittlesey
1867-1941
Charles Frederick Whittlesey 1867-1941
 
 
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Charles Frederick Winegar
1885-1980
Charles Frederick Winegar 1885-1980
 
 
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Charles Frederick Winegar  1885-
Charles Frederick Winegar 1885-
 
 
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Charles Hollis Whittlesey
1884-1901
Charles Hollis Whittlesey 1884-1901
 
 
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Charles Lyman Whittlesey
Status: Located; (At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Charles P Whittelsey - 1855-1945
Margella, his wife - 1858-1932
Flora J - 1887-1921
Jennie A - 1891-1892
May E - 1901-1931
Charles P Whittelsey - 1855-1945 Margella, his wife - 1858-1932 Flora J - 1887-1921 Jennie A - 1891-1892 May E - 1901-1931
Status: Located;  
 
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Charles P Whittelsey - 1855-1945  Margella, his wife - 1858-1932  Flora J - 1887-1921  Jennie A - 1891-1892  May E - 1901-1931
Charles P Whittelsey - 1855-1945 Margella, his wife - 1858-1932 Flora J - 1887-1921 Jennie A - 1891-1892 May E - 1901-1931
 
 
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Charles White Whittlesey
Charles White Whittlesey
 
 

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