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Isaac WHITNEY
Ms. __?__
Susanna TURNBACK
Husband:  Isaac5 WHITNEY
Birth:  17 Apr 1770, Natick, Middlesex Co., MA
Death:  1817, Middlesex, Ontario Co., NY [now Potter, Yates Co., NY]
Father:  Jason4 WHITNEY [Mark3, Benjamin2, John1]
Marriage-1:
Wife-1:  Ms. __?__
Marriage-2:  ca. 1802
Wife-2:  Susanna TURNBACK
Birth:  11 May 1780, PA
Death:  9 Feb 1867, Ray, MI
Other Spouses:  m1. Mr HALL; m3. Mr DODGE
Other Children:  five surnamed HALL and one surnamed DODGE
Children with ???:
.  Jason WHITNEY; married and went to TX
.  Robert WHITNEY
.  Elizabeth WHITNEY; m. Mr. OSGOOD; moved to MI; large family
.  James WHITNEY
Children with Susanna TURNBACK born in Ontario [now Yates] Co., NY:
.  Jesse WHITNEY, b. 3 may 1808; m. Eliza C. SHEPARD
.  John Fisher WHITNEY, b. 25 Oct 1809; m. Phebe NELSON
.  Samuel WHITNEY, b. 9 Jul 1811 *** m. Ann STROUP
.  Isaac WHITNEY, b. 12 No 1817 *** m. Sarah STROUP & Mahala STROUP
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas

Sources (n.b., Yates Co. was formed in 1823 from Ontario and Steuben Cos.):

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  1790 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  not found.
 
.  Frederick Clifton Pierce.  1895.  The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635.  Self-published, Chicago (transcribed by and online at the Whitney Research Group web site, www.whitneygen.org):
680. ISAAC WHITNEY (Jason, Mark, Benjamin, John), b. Natick, Mass., Apr 17,
1770; m. ----- -----; m. 2d Mrs. Susanna (TURNBACK) HALL, b. Pennsylvania, May
11, 1780; she m. 3d a Mr. DODGE and had one child by him. She d. at Ray, Mich.,
Feb 9, 1867.
  He was born in Natick, Mass., emigrated to New York, and died in Middlesex
in 1817. He was a kind husband and father, and true Christian man. He was a
pioneer in that section when it was settled by the Indians, with whom he was on
friendly terms. He was also able to converse with them in their dialect. After the
death of his first wife he married a widow, Mrs. HALL, for his second wife, and she had
five children by her first husband and one by her third. Isaac was an extensive
farmer and one of the largest in that part of New York. He d. in 1817; res. Middle-
sex, Ontario Co., NY.
    1706. i.     JASON, b. -----; m. and went to Texas.
    1707. ii.    ROBERT, b. -----; d. -----.
    1708. iii.   ELIZABETH, b. -----; m. ----- OSGOOD, and moved to Michigan,
                  where they had a large family, and died.
    1709. iv.    SAMUEL, b. July 9, 1811; m. Ann STROUP.
    1710. v.     JOHN FISHER, b. Oct 25, 1809; m. Phebe NELSON.
    1711. vi.    ISAAC, b. Nov 12, 1817; m. Sarah STROUP and Mahala STROUP.
    1712. vii.   JESSE, b. May 3, 1808; m. Eliza C. SHEPARD.
    1713. viii.  JAMES, b. in Middlesex, NY; m. and d. there s.p. in 1847.

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