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5051. Will T Hale and Dixon Lanier Merritt, A History of Tennessee and Tennesseans; the Leaders and Representative Men, Chicago and New York, The Lewis Pub. Co, 1913, 5, 1342.
James McGlothlin was born in Sumner county, October 21, 1804, was reared on his father’s farm, and eventually engaged in agricultural pursuits on his hown account, accumulating a tract of 300 acres and becoming one of his community’s prominent citizens. He was a Democrat in politics, a devout Chrstian, and a member of the Presbyterian church, in the faith of which he died November 3, 1856. He married Lucinda Beard, who was born in Sumner county, March 3, 1807, and she passed away August 15, 1853, having been the mother of six children, of whom four are still living, W.T. being the second in order of birth.
File: JamesMcGlothlin
5052. Euna L Stubbs, “Kentucky, Vital Record Indexes, 1911-1999,” October 31, 1925, Harlan County, KY, USA, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKHT-RVNS.
5053. The Hinshaw Family Association, “Carl Franz Hinshaw, Jr.,” http://www.rawbw.com/~hinshaw/cgi-bin/id?8580.
VITA HINSHAW, 89
Chalet Suzanne

LAKE WALES - Mrs. Vita Hinshaw, 89, passed into Heaven on Saturday morning, June 16 2012, in her daughter's Lake Wales home at Chalet Suzanne, surrounded by her loving family.  

Vita was born in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1922 then moved to Hollywood, Florida, with her parents.  Lake Wales was their destination in 1928.  She graduated from Lake Wales High School in 1939 at sixteen years old.  Her father died suddenly the week before Pearl Harbor was bombed in 1941.  Soon the patriotic young woman enlisted in the Navy WAVES (acronym for Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service), where she remained throughout World War II.  

She was the matriarch of the world renowned Chalet Suzanne.  

Mrs. Hinshaw is survived by her sister Elizabeth (Pete) Petersen Levy, daughter Christina (Tina) H. Farewell and her husband Bob, their five children and four grandchildren, as well as her son Eric Hinshaw and his wife Denise (Dee), their three children and one grandchild, and four nieces and three nephews.  

She was preceded in death by her mother and father, Thomas and Claire Bulwan Petersen, her brother John E. Petersen, son Carl F. Hinshaw, III, daughter Heidi Claire Hinshaw, several babies born into heaven, and her husband of fifty years, Carl F. Hinshaw, Jr.  

A public Celebration of Life will take place on Friday, June 22 at 9:00 AM on the grounds of Chalet Suzanne.  Private interment will be that afternoon at the Hinshaw Family's Memory Garden.  

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Dunklin Memorial Camp, where a Christian approach to alcohol and drug addiction produces effective and enduring results. www.Dunklin.org , 3342 S.W. Hosanna Lane, Okeechobee, FL, 34974, or to Lake Wales Care Center, a faith based community service organization which demonstrates Christ's love by building bridges between people in need and people with a desire to serve, www.LakeWalesCareCenter.org , 140 E. Park Avenue, Lake Wales, FL, 33853.
5054. “James B. Levy,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10295259, 10295259.
5055. “Etta Lee,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/41621549, 41621549.
5056. “Margaret Mahala Lee Ashlock,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/15338605, 15338605.
5057. “J S Lee,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/50147955, 50147955.
5058. “N E Lee,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/50147983, 50147983.
5059. “Hershel G Lee,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/50148022, 50148022.
5061. World War I, 1917, Nebraska, 1037, Tanner, Clarence F, “World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards,” June 5, 1917, Bethany, Lancaster County, NE, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:29JN-JHX.
File: ClarenceFTanner_WW_I_Draft_Reg
5062. “Obituaries,” Richard O Grell, Lincoln Journal Star, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, May 10, 2001, B-04.
Grell -- Richard O. Sr., 67, Lincoln, died Wednesday (5/9/01). Born, Tecumseh (8/11/33) to William and Ruth (Stanley) Grell. Sales manager, Weavers Potato Chip Co., 35 years. Member: St. Paul United Methodist Church, Honorary member American Legion Post 3; Allied Food Club; statistician, UNL football and basketball teams, 40 years. Coached Lincoln Midget Football, 27 years, American Legion baseball, 15 years; inducted Lincoln Northeast High School Athletic Hall of Fame, class of 1951.

Survivors: wife, Martha Grell, Lincoln; sons, daughters-in-law, Richard O. Jr. and Sondra, Mark and Sherri, Brian and Kathy, all Lincoln; daughter, son-in-law, Laura and Rick Maxwell, Lincoln; 11 grandchildren; one great-grandson; brothers, Darrell and Ruby, Alan and Carol, all Lincoln, Millard and Doris, Ocala, Fla.; sister-in-law, Irene Grell, Little Rock, Ark.; sister, Karen Evans, Philadelphia. Preceded in death by parents; two brothers, Robert, Stan.

Memorial services: 11 a.m. Saturday, St. Paul United Methodist Church, 1144 M. St. The Rev. Dr. C. Rex Bevins. Private burial before service. Honorary pallbearers: Adam Grell, Ethan Grell, Casey Grell, Joel Maxwell, Lance Grell, Garrett Grell, Cameron Maxwell. Visitation: 3-9 p.m. today; 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday; all at Roper and Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Family will greet friends form 7-9 p.m. Friday. Memorials in care of family, 3710 B St. Lincoln 68510. Condolence may be e-mailed to contact@roperandsons.com."
5063. “Obituaries,” Darlene Lois Larsen, Lincoln Journal Star, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, November 3, 2006, B-04.
Darlene Lois Larsen

Aurora, Colo.

Darlene Lois Larsen, 67, Aurora, Colo., died Oct. 25, 2006. Born: Denver. Retired supervisor, Sears Roebuck catalog sales.

Survivors: husband, Richard; four children; nine grandchildren; brothers, David Sutter, Raleigh, N.C., Daniel Sutter, Lakewood, Colo.; sisters, Sharlene Scranton, North Platte, Linda Tenbrink, Lakewood.

Funeral services were held Wednesday in Littleton, Colo. A memorial fund has been established in her name. Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary, Littleton.
5064. “Darlene L. Larsen,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/141025876, 141025876.
5069. “Kenneth G Hill,” Einan’s Funeral Home, http://www.memorialobituaries.com/memorials/obits_...Obit&memid=70534.
Kenneth G. “Ken” Hill, 59, of Richland, WA, died Wednesday, July 31, 2002, in Sunnyside, WA.

Ken was born September 7, 1942, in Hydro, Oklahoma and moved to Yakima, WA in 1945.  He was raised and educated in Yakima and graduated from A. C. Davis High School in 1960.  He attended Evangel College and Central Bible College in Springfield, MO from 1960 - 1965.

Ken married Karen Tuttle August 21, 1964.  Ken began his dream of self-employment in the wholesale and retail clothing business throughout Missouri from 1964 - 1990.  In 1990, they moved back to Yakima, WA and Ken worked as Family Service Counselor for West Hills Memorial Park in Yakima; then at Greenwood Memorial Park in Renton, WA; again at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Richland; finally as General Manager at Lower Valley Memorial Gardens in Sunnyside, WA.  He was a member of Faith Assembly Christian Center, Pasco, WA.

Ken was an avid reader: he loved to go to the library and bookstores, browsing for anything from Christian and inspirational books to sales, financial, autobiographies, and some novels.  He also loved baseball and in his youth, played on the high school team.  He had the potential to become a professional pitcher.

His most treasured moments were always spent with his family.  And as the perfect example of what a husband and father should be,  he would sacrifice his own life for them to make sure they were taken care of.

Ken was a behind the scenes server of Christ, and it was evident in many ways, but especially through his compassion for those in need.  He enjoyed giving what he could whether through employment in his business, actual monetary help, counseling or just taking a homeless person for a meal.

He was the kindest, most gentle tender-hearted man we will ever have the honor of knowing and loving in this life.

Ken is survived by his wife, Karen Hill; daughters, Kelli Best and husband, Bill, of Findlay, OH, Krysta Barker and husband, Mark, of Pasco, WA; mother, Wilma Hill of Yakima, WA; father, C. L. Hill of Yakima, WA; brother, Gary Hill and wife, Margie, of Yakima, WA; grandchildren, Ashlee Best, Paige Best, and Madison Barker; nieces and nephews, Rick Hill, Richelle Leslie, Zak Hill, Ronda Mills, Russ Tuttle, Michelle Harris, and Jeremy Wardle; mother and father-in-law, Dolores and Carol Tuttle; brother-in-law, Ron Tuttle and wife, Barbara; sister-in-law, Kathy Wardle and husband, Wayne.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, William and Lyde Hill, Benjamin and Naomi, Rowell; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Monday, August 5, 2002, in Sunset Memorial Gardens.  Visitation will be at Einan’s from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, August 4.

Donations may be made in Ken’s memory to Faith Assembly Christian Center Building Program, 1800 Rd. 72, Pasco, WA 99301.
5070. “Carol Quinton Tuttle,” Einan’s Funeral Home, http://www.memorialobituaries.com/memorials/obits_...bit&memid=171093.
Mr. Carol Quinton Tuttle, our dad, grandfather and great grandfather went to be with his Lord on September 10, 2006 at Kadlec Hospital in Richland, WA. He was born in Frankfort, South Dakota on January 21, 1915.

Mr. Tuttle was married to Dolores Hartshorn on June 9, 1938. They were married for 64 years. They lived for seven years in Lincoln, NE, 53 years in Yakima, and four years in Kennewick. She preceded him in death in November 2002.
Tut, as he was known by his friends and business associates, is survived by one son, Ronald Tuttle and wife Barbara of Springfield, MO; two daughters, Karen Hill of Richland, WA and Kathy Wardle and husband Wayne of Kennewick, WA; six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
Also surviving are four sisters, Hazel Lowell, Leah McConnell, Lillian Kess, and Delores Roth.

A graveside service will be held on Friday, September 15, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Richland WA. Viewing and visitation will be held at Einan's Funeral Home also in Richland on September 14th from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Tut was a watch repairman for 65 years. Many of his associates considered him the best in Washington. ''If Tut couldn't fix it, it wasn't worth fixing.''

Tut was a dedicated Christian man. He served in many voluntary positions as Sunday School superintendent, teacher, deacon, and building fund treasurer. He even mortgaged his house to help build Central Assembly in Yakima.
He was a gentle, patient man who showed kindness to everyone he met; a man who is greatly missed by his children and family.
5071. “Kenneth G Hill,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/6667606, 6667606.
5077. “Francis P. McDonough,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/142693688, 142693688.
5078. David Burton, “Burton-Livingston, Nopwaskey, Hostetler,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/...rton32&id=I02975, September 13, 2006.
5079. “Benjamin Whittington, Jr,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/32016564, 32016564.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5080. “Mary Elizabeth Carroll Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/32016574, 32016574.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5081. “Joseph Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/42873819, 42873819.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5082. “Tabitha Raber,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/100118703, 100118703.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5084. “Jeremy James Torrigino,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/155724429, 155724429.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5086. “Obituaries,” Clinton Burnett Youngreen, Daily Herald, Provo, UT, August 19, 2010.
Clinton Burnett Youngreen
March 31, 1963 ~ August 10, 2010

My son, Clinton Burnett Youngreen, has been taken from all who loved him by the disease of alcoholism. He was born March 31, 1963, in Provo, Utah, to Lynne Beers Youngreen and myself, Buddy Youngreen. My precious firstborn was 47 years old and leaves behind his 11 year old daughter, Faith, and his 9 year old son, Cash, who will continue to need him very much. The mother of his children, Kristi Youngreen, his step-daughter, Alex, and other members of Clint's extended family will continue to strengthen and pray for his offspring now that his mortal remains rest in the Heber City Cemetery beside the 10 month old son he lost, June 30, 1996, Clinton D. Youngreen.

Clint was graduated from Provo High School in 1981 and attended Utah Technical College, Provo/Orem, where he excelled in live dramatic arts. For most of his life, he lived in Heber Valley and trained wolves and bears for movies and television commercials. Occasionally Clint also acted or doubled for actors in various film productions. His most notable appearance was as "Tinker" in the 1991 Disney release of WHITE FANG.

Son, brother, nephew, uncle, cousin, husband, father and friend, Clint left everyone who knew him many wonderful and endearing memories. As the country music performer C. W. McCall recorded, "Life after all is simply a collection of memories, but memories like starlight go on forever."
In remembrance of Clint, the "Youngreen Foundation" account has been set up at Zions First National Bank in Heber, Utah, where donations can be made for his children.
5091. “Elizabeth Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/42873968, 42873968.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5092. Willis Whittington and Mary A Osborn Whittington, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” August 13, 1886, Franklin County, IL, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KFKW-1MT.
Name
Willis Whittington
Event Type
Marriage
Event Date
13 Aug 1886
Event Place
Franklin, Illinois, United States
Gender
Male
Age
60
Birth Year (Estimated)
1826
Birthplace
TN
Father's Name
Joseph Whittington
Mother's Name
Dillon
Spouse's Name
Mary A. Osborn Whittington
Spouse's Gender
Female
Spouse's Age
25
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated)
1861
Spouse's Birthplace
IL
Spouse's Father's Name
Lewis Mccasland
Spouse's Mother's Name
Sullins
Note
Sp Name: married three times;
5093. Willis Whittington and Mary A Osborn Whittington, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” August 13, 1886, Franklin County, IL, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KFKW-1MT.
Name
Willis Whittington
Event Type
Marriage
Event Date
03 Dec 1882
Event Place
Franklin, Illinois, United States
Gender
Male
Age
65
Marital Status
Married
Race
White
Birth Year (Estimated)
1817
Father's Name
Joseph Whittington
Mother's Name
Elizabeth Dillon
Spouse's Name
Mary A. Mccasland Sullivan
Spouse's Gender
Female
Spouse's Age
40
Spouse's Marital Status
Married
Spouse's Race
White
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated)
1842
Spouse's Father's Name
Lewis Mccasland
Spouse's Mother's Name
Elizabeth Swofford
5094. Willey Whittington and Emma J Whalley, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” November 24, 1878, Franklin County, IL, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KFKW-25F.
Name
Willey Whittington
Event Type
Marriage
Event Date
24 Nov 1878
Event Place
Franklin, Illinois, United States
Gender
Male
Age
58
Marital Status
Married
Race
White
Birth Year (Estimated)
1820
Birthplace
IL
Father's Name
J. Whitington
Mother's Name
Dillon
Spouse's Name
Emma J. Whalley
Spouse's Gender
Female
Spouse's Age
31
Spouse's Marital Status
Single
Spouse's Race
White
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated)
1847
Spouse's Birthplace
TN
Spouse's Father's Name
John Whaley
5095. “United States Census,” 1850, IL, Franklin, 58A, M432, 316, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, November 4, 1850, R E Yost.
File: 1850 IL Franklin County p58
5096. “United States Census,” 1860, IL, Franklin, T. 5. S. R. 3. E., Benton, 3-4, M653, 526, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, July 6, 1860, Thomas Parrish.
Files (2): 1860 IL Franklin County Benton p3, 1860 IL Franklin County Benton p4
5097. “Wiley Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/125388664, 125388664.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5098. “Nancy J Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/125294383, 125294383.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5099. “Caroline Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/125334033, 125334033.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
5100. “Isaac W Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/125333925, 125333925.
Benjamin Whittington, born about 1775, in Tuckahoe district of Talbot or Caroline County, Maryland. The son of Thomas Whittington, a tobacco farmer. Benjamin married Mary Elizabeth ( last name believed to be Carroll ).

Benjamin migrated from Maryland to North Carolina to Kentucky to where he finally settled with his family in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

First record of Benjamin in Indiana was "The Directory of Bartholomew County" dated May 14, 1820. The following year "The Atlas of Bartholomew County" lists him as among the first taxpayers in 1821. Benjamin shows up in the 1830 Census of Bartholomew Co. Indiana. The last record of Benjamin in Bartholomew Co. is in the form of a Deed when he sold forty acres of land to his son, Francis Whittington, on September 16, 1837.

Benjamin does not appear in the 1850 Census, so it is believed that he died between 1837 and 1850.

There are three old graves in Mt. Olive Cemetery, in the courtyard of Mt. Olive Church with the inscription of Whittington. It is considered a strong possibility to be the graves of Benjamin, wife Mary Elizabeth and a daughter of theirs.

My source of all this information is, " The Whittington~Brown Book 1066~1965 ", written by Winona Whittington Pfander, teacher, genealogist and Great-Great Granddaughter of Benjamin Whittington.
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