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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1001 Whittlesey Genealogy shows Earl Kenneth WHITTLESEY, Kenneth Earl (I8744)
 
1002 Whittlesey Genealogy shows unmarried at time of death. WHITTLESEY, Mary Ann (I8022)
 
1003 WHITTLESEY, Betty Ellen 92, of Largo, died Thursday June 20, 2013, atHospice Woodside. She was born in Fort Wayne, IN, raised in Pittsfield MA, andcame here from Cleveland, OH in 1978. She was very active at Hope PresbyterianChurch, Hospice of the Suncoast and Fairway Village. Betty was predeceased byher husband, Samuel Whittlesey, and is survived by two daughters, Susan Boone,Largo, and Nancy Flachskam, Kentucky; and three grandchildren. Memorial servicewill be at Regal Palms ALF, 300 Lake Ave NE, Largo, on Monday, July 1, 2013, 3pm. National Cremation Society, Largo. WHITTLESEY, Samuel Insull (I709)
 
1004 WHS DFN
1789
1789
1789
1789
1789
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1789
1789
1789

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KELLOGG, Nathan (I5524)
 
1005 WHS DFN
Ref: Records of Vital Statistics. Ridgefield, Connecticut appearing in the "History of Ridgefield", by George L. Rockwell.

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Ref: Records of Vital Statistics. Ridgefield, Connecticut appearing in the "History of Ridgefield", by George L. Rockwell.

WHS DFN
Ref: Records of Vital Statistics. Ridgefield, Connecticut appearing in the "History of Ridgefield", by George L. Rockwell.

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Ref: Records of Vital Statistics. Ridgefield, Connecticut appearing in the "History of Ridgefield", by George L. Rockwell.

WHS DFN
Ref: Records of Vital Statistics. Ridgefield, Connecticut appearing in the "History of Ridgefield", by George L. Rockwell. 
SHERWOOD, Lucy (I5525)
 
1006 Widow of Bradley James FORD, Isabel Donnalley (I2776)
 
1007 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MALLORY, Hannah (I183)
 
1008 Worked for Ocidental Life as an insurance agent. MCCALL, John (I381)
 
1009 Worked for the post office and was in WWI MCCALL, Clark Roselle (I383)
 
1010 WOW!! I found the newspaper clipping from my Grandmother Iveagh's death, dated October 13, 1953 from the Nevada State Journal. This was written by her son, Dana Brewster Lewis, who is my father. This is no longer an active paper. This is copied from the article, verbatim.

Death Takes Iveagh Sterry, Historical Society Officer and Writer of Wide Repute
Mrs. Iveagh Hunt Sterry died suddenly at her home, 958 Gear Street, Sunday evening.
A nationally-known writer, she made her home in Reno the last 12 years. Since 1948 she had been director of research and publicity for the Nevada State Historical Society. Her death was unexpected and was believed caused by a heart attack.
A native of Brooklyn, New York., Mrs Sterry was born May 1, 1895. She lived an active life, her interests ranging from sports to aviation to writing.
She attended Connecticut College for Women in New London, and as a young woman was Connecticut state women's singles tennis champion. She was also runner-up in several national playoffs.
Later, Mrs. Sterry was among the first women in America to win a pilots license.
Formerly Syndicated Columnist
Mrs. Sterry was for many years a reporter for The New London Times and The New York Herald writing a syndicated column while with the later newspaper. She was also at one time advertising director for Corday's Perfume in New York City.
She worked with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt in the late 1920's , publishing a book, "Babies Just Babies". Mrs Sterry was also co-autor of a non-fiction best seller "They Found A Way," in the late 1930's, a book dealing with the restlessness of Conneccticut people. Mrs Sterry contributed a bit to the Connecticut Guide ***illegible**. She was an active Republican Party worker most of her life. Coming to Reno in 1941, Mrs. Sterry became interested in the Nevada State Historical Society, and for the last four years had held an active and important position in that organization.
Wrote For The Journal
Many of her interesting articles on Nevada's history have been published in the Nevada State Journal in recent years. She also contributed historical articles for other publications and in August wrote "A Street Paved With Gold", a story of Virginia City, for the American Mercury Magazine.
Mrs. Sterry's historical articles were among those that won a national historical award for The Journal in 1952.
Surviving are two sons, Dana and Warren Lewis, both of Reno; a granddaughter, Melinda Leigh Lewis of Reno, and two sisters, Mrs Ruth Dudley Fiske of Kirkamuit, Warren, R.I. and Mrs. Ora Maconda Waterman of New Orleans.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral service to be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from Ross-Burke Co. chapel. The Reverend Robert H. C***one of Trinity Episcopal Church will officiate. Creamation will take place at East Lawn, Sacramento.

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WOW!! I found the newspaper clipping from my Grandmother Iveagh's death, dated October 13, 1953 from the Nevada State Journal. This was written by her son, Dana Brewster Lewis, who is my father. This is no longer an active paper. This is copied from the article, verbatim.

Death Takes Iveagh Sterry, Historical Society Officer and Writer of Wide Repute
Mrs. Iveagh Hunt Sterry died suddenly at her home, 958 Gear Street, Sunday evening.
A nationally-known writer, she made her home in Reno the last 12 years. Since 1948 she had been director of research and publicity for the Nevada State Historical Society. Her death was unexpected and was believed caused by a heart attack.
A native of Brooklyn, New York., Mrs Sterry was born May 1, 1895. She lived an active life, her interests ranging from sports to aviation to writing.
She attended Connecticut College for Women in New London, and as a young woman was Connecticut state women's singles tennis champion. She was also runner-up in several national playoffs.
Later, Mrs. Sterry was among the first women in America to win a pilots license.
Formerly Syndicated Columnist
Mrs. Sterry was for many years a reporter for The New London Times and The New York Herald writing a syndicated column while with the later newspaper. She was also at one time advertising director for Corday's Perfume in New York City.
She worked with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt in the late 1920's , publishing a book, "Babies Just Babies". Mrs Sterry was also co-autor of a non-fiction best seller "They Found A Way," in the late 1930's, a book dealing with the restlessness of Conneccticut people. Mrs Sterry contributed a bit to the Connecticut Guide ***illegible**. She was an active Republican Party worker most of her life. Coming to Reno in 1941, Mrs. Sterry became interested in the Nevada State Historical Society, and for the last four years had held an active and important position in that organization.
Wrote For The Journal
Many of her interesting articles on Nevada's history have been published in the Nevada State Journal in recent years. She also contributed historical articles for other publications and in August wrote "A Street Paved With Gold", a story of Virginia City, for the American Mercury Magazine.
Mrs. Sterry's historical articles were among those that won a national historical award for The Journal in 1952.
Surviving are two sons, Dana and Warren Lewis, both of Reno; a granddaughter, Melinda Leigh Lewis of Reno, and two sisters, Mrs Ruth Dudley Fiske of Kirkamuit, Warren, R.I. and Mrs. Ora Maconda Waterman of New Orleans.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral service to be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from Ross-Burke Co. chapel. The Reverend Robert H. C***one of Trinity Episcopal Church will officiate. Creamation will take place at East Lawn, Sacramento.

WOW!! I found the newspaper clipping from my Grandmother Iveagh's death, dated October 13, 1953 from the Nevada State Journal. This was written by her son, Dana Brewster Lewis, who is my father. This is no longer an active paper. This is copied from the article, verbatim.

Death Takes Iveagh Sterry, Historical Society Officer and Writer of Wide Repute
Mrs. Iveagh Hunt Sterry died suddenly at her home, 958 Gear Street, Sunday evening.
A nationally-known writer, she made her home in Reno the last 12 years. Since 1948 she had been director of research and publicity for the Nevada State Historical Society. Her death was unexpected and was believed caused by a heart attack.
A native of Brooklyn, New York., Mrs Sterry was born May 1, 1895. She lived an active life, her interests ranging from sports to aviation to writing.
She attended Connecticut College for Women in New London, and as a young woman was Connecticut state women's singles tennis champion. She was also runner-up in several national playoffs.
Later, Mrs. Sterry was among the first women in America to win a pilots license.
Formerly Syndicated Columnist
Mrs. Sterry was for many years a reporter for The New London Times and The New York Herald writing a syndicated column while with the later newspaper. She was also at one time advertising director for Corday's Perfume in New York City.
She worked with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt in the late 1920's , publishing a book, "Babies Just Babies". Mrs Sterry was also co-autor of a non-fiction best seller "They Found A Way," in the late 1930's, a book dealing with the restlessness of Conneccticut people. Mrs Sterry contributed a bit to the Connecticut Guide ***illegible**. She was an active Republican Party worker most of her life. Coming to Reno in 1941, Mrs. Sterry became interested in the Nevada State Historical Society, and for the last four years had held an active and important position in that organization.
Wrote For The Journal
Many of her interesting articles on Nevada's history have been published in the Nevada State Journal in recent years. She also contributed historical articles for other publications and in August wrote "A Street Paved With Gold", a story of Virginia City, for the American Mercury Magazine.
Mrs. Sterry's historical articles were among those that won a national historical award for The Journal in 1952.
Surviving are two sons, Dana and Warren Lewis, both of Reno; a granddaughter, Melinda Leigh Lewis of Reno, and two sisters, Mrs Ruth Dudley Fiske of Kirkamuit, Warren, R.I. and Mrs. Ora Maconda Waterman of New Orleans.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral service to be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from Ross-Burke Co. chapel. The Reverend Robert H. C***one of Trinity Episcopal Church will officiate. Creamation will take place at East Lawn, Sacramento.

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WOW!! I found the newspaper clipping from my Grandmother Iveagh's death, dated October 13, 1953 from the Nevada State Journal. This was written by her son, Dana Brewster Lewis, who is my father. This is no longer an active paper. This is copied from the article, verbatim.

Death Takes Iveagh Sterry, Historical Society Officer and Writer of Wide Repute
Mrs. Iveagh Hunt Sterry died suddenly at her home, 958 Gear Street, Sunday evening.
A nationally-known writer, she made her home in Reno the last 12 years. Since 1948 she had been director of research and publicity for the Nevada State Historical Society. Her death was unexpected and was believed caused by a heart attack.
A native of Brooklyn, New York., Mrs Sterry was born May 1, 1895. She lived an active life, her interests ranging from sports to aviation to writing.
She attended Connecticut College for Women in New London, and as a young woman was Connecticut state women's singles tennis champion. She was also runner-up in several national playoffs.
Later, Mrs. Sterry was among the first women in America to win a pilots license.
Formerly Syndicated Columnist
Mrs. Sterry was for many years a reporter for The New London Times and The New York Herald writing a syndicated column while with the later newspaper. She was also at one time advertising director for Corday's Perfume in New York City.
She worked with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt in the late 1920's , publishing a book, "Babies Just Babies". Mrs Sterry was also co-autor of a non-fiction best seller "They Found A Way," in the late 1930's, a book dealing with the restlessness of Conneccticut people. Mrs Sterry contributed a bit to the Connecticut Guide ***illegible**. She was an active Republican Party worker most of her life. Coming to Reno in 1941, Mrs. Sterry became interested in the Nevada State Historical Society, and for the last four years had held an active and important position in that organization.
Wrote For The Journal
Many of her interesting articles on Nevada's history have been published in the Nevada State Journal in recent years. She also contributed historical articles for other publications and in August wrote "A Street Paved With Gold", a story of Virginia City, for the American Mercury Magazine.
Mrs. Sterry's historical articles were among those that won a national historical award for The Journal in 1952.
Surviving are two sons, Dana and Warren Lewis, both of Reno; a granddaughter, Melinda Leigh Lewis of Reno, and two sisters, Mrs Ruth Dudley Fiske of Kirkamuit, Warren, R.I. and Mrs. Ora Maconda Waterman of New Orleans.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral service to be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from Ross-Burke Co. chapel. The Reverend Robert H. C***one of Trinity Episcopal Church will officiate. Creamation will take place at East Lawn, Sacramento.

WOW!! I found the newspaper clipping from my Grandmother Iveagh's death, dated October 13, 1953 from the Nevada State Journal. This was written by her son, Dana Brewster Lewis, who is my father. This is no longer an active paper. This is copied from the article, verbatim.

Death Takes Iveagh Sterry, Historical Society Officer and Writer of Wide Repute
Mrs. Iveagh Hunt Sterry died suddenly at her home, 958 Gear Street, Sunday evening.
A nationally-known writer, she made her home in Reno the last 12 years. Since 1948 she had been director of research and publicity for the Nevada State Historical Society. Her death was unexpected and was believed caused by a heart attack.
A native of Brooklyn, New York., Mrs Sterry was born May 1, 1895. She lived an active life, her interests ranging from sports to aviation to writing.
She attended Connecticut College for Women in New London, and as a young woman was Connecticut state women's singles tennis champion. She was also runner-up in several national playoffs.
Later, Mrs. Sterry was among the first women in America to win a pilots license.
Formerly Syndicated Columnist
Mrs. Sterry was for many years a reporter for The New London Times and The New York Herald writing a syndicated column while with the later newspaper. She was also at one time advertising director for Corday's Perfume in New York City.
She worked with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt in the late 1920's , publishing a book, "Babies Just Babies". Mrs Sterry was also co-autor of a non-fiction best seller "They Found A Way," in the late 1930's, a book dealing with the restlessness of Conneccticut people. Mrs Sterry contributed a bit to the Connecticut Guide ***illegible**. She was an active Republican Party worker most of her life. Coming to Reno in 1941, Mrs. Sterry became interested in the Nevada State Historical Society, and for the last four years had held an active and important position in that organization.
Wrote For The Journal
Many of her interesting articles on Nevada's history have been published in the Nevada State Journal in recent years. She also contributed historical articles for other publications and in August wrote "A Street Paved With Gold", a story of Virginia City, for the American Mercury Magazine.
Mrs. Sterry's historical articles were among those that won a national historical award for The Journal in 1952.
Surviving are two sons, Dana and Warren Lewis, both of Reno; a granddaughter, Melinda Leigh Lewis of Reno, and two sisters, Mrs Ruth Dudley Fiske of Kirkamuit, Warren, R.I. and Mrs. Ora Maconda Waterman of New Orleans.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral service to be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from Ross-Burke Co. chapel. The Reverend Robert H. C***one of Trinity Episcopal Church will officiate. Creamation will take place at East Lawn, Sacramento. 
STERRY, Iveagh Hunt (I7342)
 
1011 Wrenn Family Tree on Ancestry WADHAMS, Edwin Ray (I9160)
 
1012 Written Stephen in the following sources.
GS#002978, item 7, pp. 46-47, Saybrook Vital Records, Marriage of John and Ruth, all children's births, marriages of 1,2,4,8, and death of #5.
GS#974/B2ne vol.11, pp. 87-88, "Mermorial of Whittlesey Family".
GS#974/B2ne vol. 4, p. 141, John, Ruth, and Steven.

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Written Stephen in the following sources.
GS#002978, item 7, pp. 46-47, Saybrook Vital Records, Marriage of John and Ruth, all children's births, marriages of 1,2,4,8, and death of #5.
GS#974/B2ne vol.11, pp. 87-88, "Mermorial of Whittlesey Family".
GS#974/B2ne vol. 4, p. 141, John, Ruth, and Steven.

Written Stephen in the following sources.
GS#002978, item 7, pp. 46-47, Saybrook Vital Records, Marriage of John and Ruth, all children's births, marriages of 1,2,4,8, and death of #5.
GS#974/B2ne vol.11, pp. 87-88, "Mermorial of Whittlesey Family".
GS#974/B2ne vol. 4, p. 141, John, Ruth, and Steven.

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Written Stephen in the following sources.
GS#002978, item 7, pp. 46-47, Saybrook Vital Records, Marriage of John and Ruth, all children's births, marriages of 1,2,4,8, and death of #5.
GS#974/B2ne vol.11, pp. 87-88, "Mermorial of Whittlesey Family".
GS#974/B2ne vol. 4, p. 141, John, Ruth, and Steven.

Written Stephen in the following sources.
GS#002978, item 7, pp. 46-47, Saybrook Vital Records, Marriage of John and Ruth, all children's births, marriages of 1,2,4,8, and death of #5.
GS#974/B2ne vol.11, pp. 87-88, "Mermorial of Whittlesey Family".
GS#974/B2ne vol. 4, p. 141, John, Ruth, and Steven. 
WHITTELSEY, Stephen (I195)
 
1013 x/
Dr. 
TAYLOR, John Joseph (I4899)
 
1014 [LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] ! LFFTS030589. ! DIED AGE 6 YRS. 1 MO 7 DAYS. Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@Winget.com)

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[LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] ! LFFTS030589. ! DIED AGE 6 YRS. 1 MO 7 DAYS. Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX@Winget.com)

[LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] ! LFFTS030589. ! DIED AGE 6 YRS. 1 MO 7 DAYS. Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@Winget.com)

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[LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] ! LFFTS030589. ! DIED AGE 6 YRS. 1 MO 7 DAYS. Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX@Winget.com)

[LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] ! LFFTS030589. ! DIED AGE 6 YRS. 1 MO 7 DAYS. Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@Winget.com) 
WATTLES, Sarah L . (I4631)
 
1015 [LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] Lives: At Earlville, IL(1883). Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@Winget.com)

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[LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] Lives: At Earlville, IL(1883). Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX@Winget.com)

[LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] Lives: At Earlville, IL(1883). Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@Winget.com)

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[LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] Lives: At Earlville, IL(1883). Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX@Winget.com)

[LymanWattlesAncestors.FTW] Lives: At Earlville, IL(1883). Acquired from Roger W. Winget (Genealogy@Winget.com) 
WATTLES, Homer P . (I4635)
 

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