Sources
Sources
5151. “Daniel Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/9253887, 9253887.
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.
5152. “Abigail Bidwell Frary,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/34887983, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/35770547, 34887983, 35770547.
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.
5153. “Lieut Hezekiah Sumner,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/34887613, 34887613.
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.
5154. “Sarah Sumner Stow Ward,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/76407120, 76407120.
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.
5155. “Hannah (Henchman) Sumner Hall,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/76408753, 76408753.
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.
5156. “John Hall,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/9364044, 9364044.
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.
5157. “Obituaries,” Bobby C Harden, The Tennessean, Nashville, TN, August 16, 2002, 21.
Sprlnglield, TN

HARDEN, Bobby C- Age 73. August 13. Graveside 11 a.m. Saturday. Memorial Gardens Mausoleum. ROBERTSON CO FUNERAL HOME 615-384-0036.
5158. “Obituaries,” Mary Jarrett, Robertson County Times, July 8, 2015.
Mary Ann Jarrett, 81 of Springfield, died Saturday, June 27, 2015 at NHC Healthcare Center in Springfield.

Graveside services were conducted Wednesday, July 1st at 1 p.m., in the Greenbrier Cemetery, with Bro. Jack Oden officiating. Interment followed in the Greenbrier Cemetery, with Jeff Cox, Christopher Hulsey, Derik Lovell, Stacy Howell, Rob Howell, and Alex Maynard serving as Pallbearers.

Mrs. Jarrett was born July 4, 1933 in Robertson County to the late Robert K. Davis and the late Mary E. Chilton Ellis. She was a retired factory worker from Southern Heel and was of the Baptist faith. Mrs. Jarrett of a member of the VFW and the Ladies Auxiliary in Hendersonville.

In addition to her father and mother, she was preceded in death by her son: Steve Hulsey; her daughter: Judy Diane Hulsey, and by her siblings: Carl Ellis, Jr., WC Harden, Bobby C. Harden, Jerry L. Ayres and Paula K. Heatherly.

Mrs. Jarrett is survived by her daughters and sons-in-law: Shirley and Bobby Cox of Springfield, Rosemary and Glenn Barfknecht of Gallatin, Brenda Sue Hulsey of Springfield; ten grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Vanderbilt Children's Hospital.

Robertson County Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
5159. “Mary Chilton Ellis,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/133240633, 133240633.
5160. Francis S Dorris and May Ann Perdeu, “Tennessee, County Marriages, 1790-1950,” Jul7 12, 1851, Sumner County, TN, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKH3-GTLQ.
File: FancisSDorris_MaryAnnPerdeu_Marriage_Cert
5161. “Ann R Hendry Smith,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/16130645, 16130645.
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.
5162. “Ellenor Burgee Hendry,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/16130272, 16130272.
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.
5163. “Charles Hendry, Jr,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10331089, 10331089.
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.
5164. “Philemon Charles Smith,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/16130868, 16130868.
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.
5165. “Thaddues S Smith,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/16130737, 16130737.
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.
5166. “William Sheridan Smith,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/16130701, 16130701.
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.
5167. “Thomas A Smith,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/17848203, 17848203.
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.
5168. “Julia A Smith,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/17848347, 17848347.
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.
5169. Nancy Tennessee Sliger, “Tennessee Death Records, 1914-1955,” May 17, 1930, Macon County, TN, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NSKF-LBQ.
File: NancyTennesseeSliger_DeathCert
5170. “Nancy T Sliger,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/61373688, 61373688.
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.
5171. “William Elias Sliger,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/61373623, 61373623.
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.
5172. Greenville H Deweese, “United States General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934,” November 23, 1889, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KDY6-FYT.
File: GreenvilleHDeweese_Pension_Record
5173. “United States Census,” 1940, CA, San Diego, San Diego, Assembly District 78, 61A, 20, 62-14B, T627, 447, 724, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 17, 1940, Lila B Butler.
File: 1940 CA San Diego County San Diego AD 78 p61A
5174. Dr. Kenneth S. Caldwell, “Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002,” October 2, 1934, Ramsey County, MN, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V4H4-T95.
5175. “United States Census,” 1930, MN, Ramsey, St Paul, ED 134, 20A, 8, 62-134, T626, 1121, 160, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 14, 1930, Alice A Espeland.
File: 1930 MN Ramsey County St Paul ED 134 p20A
5176. Margaret Matilda Peterson, “Minnesota Births and Christenings, 1840-1980,” January 14, 1896, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, MN, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FDSF-NF2.
5177. “Margaret M Simmermacher,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/78792098, 78792098.
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.
5178. “Kenneth S Caldwell,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/78744622, 78744622.
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.
5179. “Infant Caldwell,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/78744613, 78744613.
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.
5180. “United States Census,” 1930, CA, Sacramento, Sacramento, Assembly District 14, 5A, 3, 34-51, T626, 186, 15, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, April 5, 1930, Anna S Calhoun.
File: 1930 CA Sacramento County Sacramento AD 14 p5A
5181. “Janet F Knight,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/157044924, 157044924.
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.
5182. “George D Knight,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/157044866, 157044866.
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.
5184. “William Riley Woolley,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/150460973, 150460973.
5185. “Sarah Elizabeth Cason Woolley,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/150460995, 150460995.
5186. “Harley Orlando Woolley,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/150520941, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/83016757, 150520941.
5187. “Elizabeth Allen Failyer Woolley,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/83016141, 83016141.
5188. “Mary Jane Wooley Burke,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/137386078, 137386078.
5189. “Benjamin Burke,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/137386033, 137386033.
5190. “Alfred Wooley, Sr,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/137402625, 137402625.
5191. “Elizabeth C. Ferrill Cason,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/70878936, 70878936.
5192. Harley Orlando Woolley and Mildred Mary Maddock, “California, County Marriages, 1850-1952,” February 28, 1919, Fresno, CA, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V4MF-V3W.
5193. Benjamin Berk and Mary J Wooley, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” February 16, 1847, Franklin County, IL, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KFK7-YMV.
5194. “Talitha Wooley Mylar,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/86173379, 86173379.
5195. “Isaac Mylar,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/86172283, 86172283.
5196. Allexander Taylor and Sarry Woolly, “Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1934,” July 26, 1838, Franklin County, IL, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KFK7-2PD.
5197. “United States Census,” 1860, CA, Santa Cruz, Pajaro, Watsonville, 36, M653, 66, 26, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, June 28, 1860, Thomas Parrish.
File: 1860 CA Santa Cruz County Pajaro p36
5198. Nancy Waite, “WOOLLEY-JOBE-PRICE-CASON & Others,” http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/CA-GOLDRUSH/2001-01/0980725384, January 28, 2001.
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