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
Additional family lineage of Willis Savage Whittlesey III can be found at cravendescendants.org; brownedescendants.org and frisbiedescendants.org
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1
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) 
 
2
Charles Whittlesey 'The Islander'
Charles Whittlesey "The Islander"
A Romance of the Future 
 
3
Early History of Cleveland-1867
by Colonel Charles Whittlesey 1808-1886
Early History of Cleveland-1867 by Colonel Charles Whittlesey 1808-1886
 
 
4
Faith Ryan Whittlesey 'Backwards in High Heels' by Thomas J. Carty
Faith Ryan Whittlesey "Backwards in High Heels" by Thomas J. Carty
Faith Ryan Whittlesey, Reagan's Madam Ambassador in Switzerland and the West Wing 
 
5
Genealogy of the Whittlesey-Whittelsey Family
Genealogy of the Whittlesey-Whittelsey Family
By Charles Barney Whittelsey (1898 & 1941 Editions)
THIRD EDITION 1992
Additional compilation and updating
By Willis Savage Whittlesey, III & Sarah Kimball Whittlesey Benavidez 
 
6
Home To Oblivion
By Roger Whittlesey
Home To Oblivion By Roger Whittlesey
A Young Adult Novel
I found it quite intriguing and a fun read. Willis S. Whittlesey III at age 77 
 
7
Lee Hale Whittlesey  'Death in Yellowstone'
Lee Hale Whittlesey "Death in Yellowstone"
 
 
8
Lee Hale Whittlesey  'Yellowstone Place Names'
Lee Hale Whittlesey "Yellowstone Place Names"
 
 
9
Leo P. Whittlesey  'End of Tour'
Leo P. Whittlesey "End of Tour"
 
 
10
Lost Battalions
by Richard Slotkin
2005
Lost Battalions by Richard Slotkin 2005
The Great War and the Crisis of American Nationality
Chapter 10 for Charles White Whittlesey's Lost Battalion
Oustanding book, well documented, extensive notes, bibliography and index. Willis S. Whittlesey III 
 
11
Mariel Heminghway  'Finding My Balance'
Mariel Heminghway "Finding My Balance"
 
 
12
Marietta Whittlesey  'Dressage Insights'
Marietta Whittlesey "Dressage Insights"
 
 
13
Marietta Whittlesey  'Freelance Forever'
Marietta Whittlesey "Freelance Forever"
 
 
14
Marietta Whittlesey  'Killer Salt'
Marietta Whittlesey "Killer Salt"
 
 
15
Marjorie Tooker Whittlesey  'Growing Up Summer'
Marjorie Tooker Whittlesey "Growing Up Summer"
 
 
16
Rhoda Whittlesey  'Familiar Friends - Northwest Plants'
Rhoda Whittlesey "Familiar Friends - Northwest Plants"
 
 
17
Stephanie Whittlesey and Jefferson Reid  'Prehistory, Personality, and Place'
Stephanie Whittlesey and Jefferson Reid "Prehistory, Personality, and Place"
Emil W. Haury and the Mogollon Controversy 
 
18
Stephanie Whittlesey and Jefferson Reid  'The Archaeology of Ancient Arizona'
Stephanie Whittlesey and Jefferson Reid "The Archaeology of Ancient Arizona"
 
 
19
Stephanie Whittlesey and Jefferson Reid 'Grasshopper Pueblo'
Stephanie Whittlesey and Jefferson Reid "Grasshopper Pueblo"
A Study of Archaeology and Ancient Life 
 
20
The Captain Who Burned His Ships
Captain Thomas Tingey US Navy 1750-1829
By Gordon S. Brown
2011
The Captain Who Burned His Ships Captain Thomas Tingey US Navy 1750-1829 By Gordon S. Brown 2011
Story of this man's career which included building the Washington Naval Shipyard, then being ordered to burn it down to prevent the British Navy from seizing it and once the British were expelled from our shores, he was in charge of rebuilding it. The Commandant's House in the Washington Navy Yard is called the Tingey House. 
 
21
The Lost Battalion
by Thomas M. Johnson & Fletcher Pratt
Introduction by Edward M. Coffman
2000
The Lost Battalion by Thomas M. Johnson & Fletcher Pratt Introduction by Edward M. Coffman 2000
 
 
22
Whittlesey Ancestral Lines
Compiled especially for the Descendants of Sarah Victoria (Whittlesey) Pratt (1831-1923)and her husband George Pratt (1832-1875)
by MaryEm Whittlesea (Bodman) Kenner
Whittlesey Ancestral Lines Compiled especially for the Descendants of Sarah Victoria (Whittlesey) Pratt (1831-1923)and her husband George Pratt (1832-1875) by MaryEm Whittlesea (Bodman) Kenner
Outstanding 144 page book with family descendancy charts and historical descriptions which thoroughly documents the lives of this branch of the Whittlesey family.