Sources
Sources
5101. “Louella Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/125293760, 125293760.
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.
5102. “United States Census,” 1900, IL, Franklin, Benton, 1A, 14, 23, T623, 1240301, 523, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, June 1, 1900, Riley Moore.
File: 1900 IL Franklin County Benton p1A
5104. William H Whittington and Jane Bettis, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” September 20, 1846, Franklin County, IL, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KFK7-LRP.
5105. “Joseph Franklin Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/71992485, 71992485.
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.
5106. Willi Whittington and Caroline Ewing, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” October 19, 1848, Franklin County, IL, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KFK7-PCQ.
5107. Scottt W Whittington and Bettie Summers Crane, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” September 23, 1902, Franklin County, IL, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KFK4-6Z9.
5108. Scott Whillington, “Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947,” December 6, 1921, Road Dist 5, Anna, Union County, IL, USA, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N327-RR8.
5109. “Joseph Riley Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/79780515, 79780515.
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.
5110. “Willis Joseph Whittington,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/13803828, 13803828.
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.
5111. Rodney L Young and Tatiana Tanner, “Lancaster County Nebraska Marriage Licenses,” October 23, 1982, Lancaster County, NE, 82-409, https://www.lincoln.ne.gov/aspx/cnty/clerk/marrsrch.aspx.
5113. Sandra Jean Wobig, “Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002,” April 8, 1951, Olmsted County, MN, 1951-MN-034109, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VCXF-XBJ.
5123. “David Louis Tanner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/149573190, 149573190.
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.
5124. “Konrod Nickel,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/157709246, 157709246.
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.
5125. “George G Nickel,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/136807285, 136807285.
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.
5126. “John W Nickel,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/134957756, 134957756.
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.
5127. “Lena Birdie Trowbridge Nickel,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/134957587, 134957587.
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.
5128. “Nickel-Grupe,” Gordon Grupe and Caroline Nickel, Lincoln Evening Journal, Lincoln, NE, September 7, 1942, 5.
Miss Caroline Nickel and Gordon Grupe were married Saturday at 2:30 p. m. in Lincoln. A wedding dinner for six was held Saturday evening at the Cornhusker, honoring the couple.
5129. “Sarah Werkheiser Knecht,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/19433406, 19433406.
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.
5130. “Charles Knecht,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/19433392, 19433392.
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.
5131. “Sarah Messinger Werkheiser,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/94569036, 94569036.
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.
5132. “Valentine Diehl Werkheiser,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/31524729, 31524729.
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.
5133. “Will of Isaac Price,” http://tngenweb.org/hawkins/price-isaac-will/, Transcribed by Betty Mize.
Book 2, Page 132
Proven: March 2, 1874
In the Name of God, Amen.
I Isaac Price of the County of Hawkins and State of Tennessee, being of sound mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life do therefore make ordain publish and declare this to be my last will and testament.
That is to say, First, after all my lawful debts are paid and discharged, the residue of my estate, real and personal, I give and bequeath dispose of as follows to wit:
To my beloved wife Patsy Price all my real estate formerly belonging to Catharine Priceone half (two hundred acres) and also my personal property, during her natural life and widowhood, and after her death, divided equally among my heirs, Katharine Brooks, John Price, William Price Theopolus Price, George Price, Isaac Price, Elizabeth Price, Mary Price, Gabriel Price, James D. Price, H. G. Taylor Price, Manerva Price, Narcissa Price, Hiram Price also my grandson Isaac Brooks to him an equal portion.
If the said Isaac Brooks remain with my wife until he is twenty one years old, as one of my own heirs, to my daughter Elizabeth Price also to my other two daughters, Manerva and Narcissa also to my two sons H. G. Taylor Price and Hiram Price and my grandson Isaac Brooks to the six last named, I give unto my sons and grandson each one horse and ___, and a ___ to the six last named equal with the others heirs.
I also give unto the last named girls one cow and ___ to make them equal with the balance.
I make constitute and appoint my said sons George and Theopolous Price to be my executors of my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former will made by me.
In witness whereof I have thereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal this 18th of March 1876.
Isaac [X] Price (his mark) (Seal)
Witnesses:
J. H. YoungHenry Shanks
5134. “Obituaries,” Jens Christian Jensen, Oakland Tribune, Oakland, Alameda County, CA, July 3, 1921, 33.
JENSEN — In Hayward, Californla. July 1, 1921, Jens Christian Jensen, dearly beloved husband of Christine Jensen, loving father of Bertha Anderson, Mrs. Edna Williams, James and Mary Jensen and the late Harry Jensen, a member of Thyra Lodge No. 9. Society Dania of California, a native of Denmark, aged 67 years 4 months and 18 days.

Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Sunday, July 3, 1921, at 2 o'clock p. m., from the Dania hall, First street, between B. and C . Interment Mount Eden cemetery.
5135. “Oakland Licenses,” Soren Theodore Anderson and Bertha Jensen, The San Francisco Call and Post, San Francisco, CA, December 13, 1913, 20.
Soren Theodore Anderson, 32, and Bertha Jensen, 21, both of Hayward.
5136. “Avoiding Ceremony, Justice Ties Knot,” Samuel Anderson and Bertha Jensen, Oakland Tribune, Oakland, CA, December 18, 1913, 7.
HAYWARD, Dec. 18. Rather than have a big wedding Samuel Anderson and Miss Bertha Jensen, a popular couple of this city slipped away from their friends and going into Oakland were quietly married by Judge Quinn. M. P. Kroman and P. Anderson were witnesses of the ceremony which took place last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have taken up residence in a bungalow on Upper A street and are now receiving the congratulations of their friends.
5137. World War II, 1942, California, U3569, Andersen, Soren Theodore, “World War II Draft Cards (4th Registration) for the State of California,” April 25, 1942, Hayward, Alameda County, CA, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V48C-51Q.
File: SorenTheodoreAndersen_WW_II_DraftReg
5138. William Sumner Appleton, Record of the Descendants of William Sumner, of Dorchester, Mass., 1636, David Clapp & Son, Boston, MA, 1879, https://books.google.com/books?id=t4xQAAAAYAAJ&...=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjPyv-qnpLQAhWETSYKHdn8AFYQ6AEIPjAG#v=onepage&q&f=false.
File: Record_of_the_Descendants_of_William_Sum
5139. Huldah Sumner, “Connecticut Births and Christenings, 1649-1906,” March 5, 1759, Middletown Township, Middlesex County, CT, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F77R-RBC.
5140. William Sumner, “Connecticut Births and Christenings, 1649-1906,” July 9, 1757, Middletown Township, Middlesex County, CT, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F747-YLN.
5141. “William Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/2265139, 2265139.
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.
5142. “Joseph Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/22650867, 22650867.
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.
5143. “Joseph Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/22650855, 22650855.
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.
5144. “Huldah Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/22650907, 22650907.
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.
5145. “Rebecca Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/22651407, 22651407.
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.
5146. “Hannah Clark Sumner Johnson,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/22650887, 22650887.
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.
5147. “William Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/34886502, 34886502.
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.
5148. “Sarah Sumner Cruttenden,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/31513990, 31513990.
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.
5149. “Capt Ebenezer Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62538682, 62538682.
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.
5150. “Ruth Johnson,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/24663690, 24663690.
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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