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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Charles White Whittlesey - Classmate Eddie Grant
Charles White Whittlesey - Classmate Eddie Grant
 
 
2
Charles White Whittlesey - Commander Lost Battallions
Charles White Whittlesey - Commander Lost Battallions
 
 
3
Charles White Whittlesey - Death Still a Mystery
Charles White Whittlesey - Death Still a Mystery
 
 
4
Charles White Whittlesey - Finding Lost Battalion Beyond Rumors and Myths
Charles White Whittlesey - Finding Lost Battalion Beyond Rumors and Myths
 
 
5
Charles White Whittlesey - Florence Native Commanded Famed Lost Battallion in World War I
Charles White Whittlesey - Florence Native Commanded Famed Lost Battallion in World War I
 
 
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Charles White Whittlesey - Home of Heroes
Charles White Whittlesey - Home of Heroes
 
 
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Charles White Whittlesey - Scholar, Soldier, Humanist
Charles White Whittlesey - Scholar, Soldier, Humanist
 
 
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Charles White Whittlesey - Williams College Archives Special Collections
Charles White Whittlesey - Williams College Archives Special Collections
 
 
9
Charles White Whittlesey Wisconsin Genealogy Trails for Florence County
Charles White Whittlesey Wisconsin Genealogy Trails for Florence County
 
 
10
Charles White Whittlesey- The Monday Evening Club
Charles White Whittlesey- The Monday Evening Club
 
 
11
Charles White Whittlesey-Medal of Honor Roll Call
Charles White Whittlesey-Medal of Honor Roll Call
 
 
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Charles White Whittlesey-Tragedy of Heroism
Charles White Whittlesey-Tragedy of Heroism
 
 
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Mary Harkins Story 1858-1941 From Grandmother Stories by Frances Knox Childs
From her birth in a Massachusetts Almshouse, then Monson Children's Home to her indenture to a Granville, Massachusetts family in 1866 and her 67 years of marriage and nine children. An amazing story of perseverance.
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