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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Nina Florence Browne 1852-1928
Nina Florence Browne 1852-1928
 
 
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Oak Bluffs Cemetery, Oak Bluffs,  Massachusetts
Oak Bluffs Cemetery, Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts
Both my father and mother are buried here. The "Vineyard" was visit summers from 1944 until 1979 when my mother sold the cottage in what was referred to as 'The Highlands" in East Chop. 
 
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Olive Estelle Gaston Clark 1881-1954
Olive Estelle Gaston Clark 1881-1954
 
 
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Orramel Whittlesey
1801-1876
Orramel Whittlesey 1801-1876
Founder of Music Vale Seminary
Salem, Connecticut 
 
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Overton Perry Norton and Ruby Emogene Winegar
1888-1981                     1890-1976
Overton Perry Norton and Ruby Emogene Winegar 1888-1981 1890-1976
 
 
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Page 172 Sewell Whittlesey_photos 001.jpg
Page 172 Sewell Whittlesey_photos 001.jpg
 
 
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page 28 Eliphalet Whittlesey Home New Preston CT_photos.jpg
page 28 Eliphalet Whittlesey Home New Preston CT_photos.jpg
 
 
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page 285 Robert D Whittlesey _photos.jpg
page 285 Robert D Whittlesey _photos.jpg
 
 
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page 285 William Henry Whittlesey _photos.jpg
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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page 291 Abner Sheldon Whittlesey _photos.jpg
page 291 Abner Sheldon Whittlesey _photos.jpg
 
 
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page 3 John Whittelsey House_photos.jpg
page 3 John Whittelsey House_photos.jpg
Built in 1680 by Richard Ratymond; deeded to John Whittelsey 4February 1691. and 14 November 1692. Photographed by Dudley Moore Whittelsey 
 
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page 300 Henry Smalley Whittlesey family _photos.jpg
Far left in photo
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page 382 Minot Whittlesey Pratt_photos 001.jpg
page 382 Minot Whittlesey Pratt_photos 001.jpg
 
 
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page 78 Joseph Hotchkiss Whittlesey Lincoln note_photos 001.jpg
page 78 Joseph Hotchkiss Whittlesey Lincoln note_photos 001.jpg
 
 
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Picture of Charles White Whittlesey in uniform
Picture of Charles White Whittlesey in uniform
 
 
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Polly Mygatt Whittlesey
1842-
Polly Mygatt Whittlesey 1842-
Wife of Hiram Warren Bristol 
 
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Robert Condit Whittlesey
1869-1939
Robert Condit Whittlesey 1869-1939
 
 
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Robert Crum Whittlesey
1874-1945
Robert Crum Whittlesey 1874-1945
 
 
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Robert Duncan Whittlesey
      1839-1923
Robert Duncan Whittlesey 1839-1923
 
 
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Robert Henry Whittlesey
1892-1912
Robert Henry Whittlesey 1892-1912
 
 
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Ruby Winston Whittlesey
1861-1954
Ruby Winston Whittlesey 1861-1954
 
 
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Ruby Winston Whittlesey
3 June 1861-9 December 1954
Ruby Winston Whittlesey 3 June 1861-9 December 1954
 
 
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Samuel James Winegar 
1851-1936
Samuel James Winegar 1851-1936
 
 
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Samuel Spurgen Winegar 

1883-
Samuel Spurgen Winegar 1883-
 
 
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Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey.jpg
Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey.jpg
 
 
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Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey_side1.jpg
Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey_side1.jpg
Side 1: "John Whittlesey, Our Common Ancestor" 
 
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Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey_side2.jpg
Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey_side2.jpg
Side 2: "Emigrated to America & Settled at Saybrook 1650" 
 
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Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey_side3.jpg
Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey_side3.jpg
Side 3: "Died Apr 15 1704" 
 
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Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey_side4.jpg
Saybrook_Cemetery_Monument_to_John_Whittlesey_side4.jpg
Side 4: "Erected to his Memory by his Descendents. Associated in 1845 to Trace Their Ancestry & Lineage." 
 
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Seth Savage Jr. and Esther Boardman Savage
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Seth Savage Jr_photos.jpg
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Seth Savage, Jr.1786-1868
Seth Savage, Jr.1786-1868
 
 
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SethSavageandEstherBoardman_photos.jpg
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Sewell Whittlesey 1806-1890
Sewell Whittlesey 1806-1890
 
 
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Durant, Iowa
St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Durant, Iowa
John Smalley Whittlesey was minister here from 1857-1862 
 
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, built in 1856
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, built in 1856
John Smalley Whittlesey was minister here from 1857-1862 
 
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St_Pauls_Episcopal_Church_john_smalley_whittlesey_minister.jpg
St_Pauls_Episcopal_Church_john_smalley_whittlesey_minister.jpg
John Smalley Whittlesey was minister here from 1857-1862 
 
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Teaching
Teaching
 
 
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The Academy of Music
Salem, New London County, Connecticut
The Academy of Music Salem, New London County, Connecticut
Opened as the Academy of Music it became known as the Music Vale Seminary and was the first conservatory of music in New England. It opened in 1839. 
 
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Thomas Charles Whittelsey 1914-1958
Thomas Charles Whittelsey 1914-1958
 
 
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Thomas Clark Whittelsey and Emma Post Whittelsey 001.jpg
Thomas Clark Whittelsey and Emma Post Whittelsey 001.jpg
 
 
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Thomas Tingey Craven 1808-1887
Thomas Tingey Craven 1808-1887
 
 
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Thomas Tucker Home
Danbury, Connecticut
Thomas Tucker Home Danbury, Connecticut
 
 
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Thomas Tucker Home 
Danbury, Connecticut
Thomas Tucker Home Danbury, Connecticut
 
 
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Thomas Tucker Whittlesey
8 December 1798- 20 August 1868
Thomas Tucker Whittlesey 8 December 1798- 20 August 1868
Member of US Congress 1836-1839
Candidate for Governor of Connecticut 1840 
 
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Three WSWs at Yale 1953
Three WSWs at Yale 1953
WSW 50th Yale Reunion 
 
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tipton_iowa_civil_war_memorial.jpg
tipton_iowa_civil_war_memorial.jpg
West Side: Chap. J. S. Whittlesey 
 
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tipton_iowa_civil_war_monument_base.jpg
tipton_iowa_civil_war_monument_base.jpg
To Men, Sons, Beloved and Honored, Who Died for Their Country in the Great War of the Rebellion. Cedar Co., In Grateful Remembrance, Has Erected This Monument, A. D. 1867 
 
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tipton_iowa_civil_war_monument_david_haskell_whittlesey.jpg
tipton_iowa_civil_war_monument_david_haskell_whittlesey.jpg
D. H. Whittlesey, Wisc. Rect. 
 
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tipton_iowa_civil_war_monument_full.jpg
 
 

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