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   LB_00 Daniel Whitehead/LI, NY

   LB_01 Abraham Whitehead/Lydia of Philadelphia

   LB_02 Isaac Whithead/New Haven, CN/Elizabethtown, NJ

   LB_03 Timothy Whithead/

   LB_04 James Whitehead/Hannah

   LB_05 Richard Whitehead/Sophia

   LB_06 Matthew Whitehead

   LB_07 Robert Whitehead/Hannah Pritchard

   LB_08 Nathaniel Whitehead/Mary of Delaware

   LB_09 Lester Whitehead/Mildred

   LB_10 Abraham Whitehead/Mary Schofield of Camden.

   LB_11 Arthur Whitehead, native of ENG/Sarah Jane Rickett

   LB_12 Beryl M. Whitehead/Connie

   LB_13 H. Fulton Whitehead/Florence Millette

   LB_14 Herbert Whitehead/Margaret Souder

   LB_15 Charles Caleb Whitehead

   LB_16 Thomas Charles Whitehead of ENG.

   LB_17 Robert Whitehead of Scotland.

   LB_18 John Whitehead/Agibail Harrington of MA.

   LB_19 Silas Whitehead

   LB_20 James Whitehead/Sarah -  Cynthia Hoffner's line

   LB_21 John Whitehead/Martha of Branford, Ma.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 00   Daniel Whitehead/LI, NY

Daniel Whitehead 05
   bm 1603 ___ __
   n. GDFSNE V4 - James Savage
      Daniel Whitehead of Huntington or Newton, L. I. 1650 was one of the
      patentees in the grant of Governor Nichols 1666, left sons Daniel,
      Jonathan, David and Adam.
   n. NJGF Message 1375 From: Theodor R Kinsey Sr.  Date: 2000 Apr 17 4:53pm Mon
      Subject: Whitehead
      Ron - In researching the Whitehead/Skidmore connection I found some
      confusing information. Daniel Whitehead b. 1603, and Jean Skidmore,
      supposedly born 1657/58. Jean/Jane married 2nd John Ingersoll b. 1640.
      (A Genealogy of the Ingersoll Family). John and Jane Ingersoll's 1st
      child John born 1674.
      Jane could not have had these children and the children of Daniel
      Whitehead too. She must of been his 2nd wife.
      There are some genealogy reports on World Family Trees that list
      Daniel's 1st wife as Unknown Armitage, daughter of Thomas. There was a
      Thomas Armitage in Rhode Island and later Long Island. Armitage family
      when followed down ended up in PA. This could be possible, but no one
      gives documentation to back up their statements.
      Another crazy thought - Ingersoll book states that John was 13 years old
      when Jane Skidmore married Daniel Whitehead, yet they list her birthdate
      as 1657/58. ??? -  Dottie
   mf ____ ___ __ Jeanne Ingersoll 05
      File at GSOP incorrectly states Jeanne of Thomas Skidmore of Huntington,
      LI.
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Ingersoll 04
   n. 1647 a proprietor of Hempstead, LI, NY
   n. large property holder Oyster Bay, Smithtown, Huntington and Lloyd's Neck.
   ld 1653
      Grantor: Indians
   ld 1654
      Grantor: Indians
   ld 1663
      Grantor: Indians
   n. patentee of Newtown, overseer of the town, magistrate, surveyor and much
      engaged in public affairs.
   wm will on file but not in the office of the Surrogate of NY- Mr. C. B. Moore
      Daniel Whitehead
   dm 1668 Nov 16 at 65, Newtown, LI, NY
   n. Letters of administration 1669 Mar 21 she survived him and renounced
      right as executrix. Stephanus Van Cortlandt on behalf of his father Olof
      Stephanus Van Cortlandt, a creditor, was appointed administrator.
   n. "The Annals of Newtown in Queens Co., NY" James Ryker, Jr.  NY 1852 P374
   n. a third son Jonathan is purported to have married Sarah (not Sarah Field).
 with ?
   Daniel 06      Jonathan 06    David 06       Adam 06
   b1646          b              ~1647          b

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Daniel Whitehead 06
   bm 1642 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 05 et ux
      Whitehead at Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   mf 1672 Oct __ Abigail Stevenson 06 former wife of Daniel Denton, Sr. from
      whom she separated 1672 Jun 26.
   bf 1642 ___ __ to Edward Stevenson 05 et ux Anne in Jamaica, Queesn Co., NY.
      Savage says father is Thomas Stevenson
   n. Genealogy of the Descendants ofthe REV. RICHARD DENTON of Homestead, L.I.,
      by GEORGE D. A. COMBES, Pages 11 & 12.
   n. member NY Assembly 1691-1704
   n. lived in Newtown & Jamaica.
   n. from Curtis - Major Daniel Whitehead of Jamaica was a man of wealth and
      enterprise, a magistrate, ranger-general, patentee of Jamiaca on
      committee of saveth and on committee for building a meeting house; a
      Jacobite, representative in Colonial Assembly and trustee of the Parish
      Church.
   n. wm 1691 Nov 02 LISR P136
      George Woolsey of Jamaica.  Life estate to wife Rebecca, with remainder to
      the children.  To oldest son George land at Bever Pond in Jamaica.  To son
      Tho. 15 acres w. of Anthony Watter's home lot in Jamaica.  To son John 30
      acres by the little plains.  To dau. Mary Woolsey goods, etc. when
      eighteen.  Personal to daus. Sarah Hallet, Rebecca Wiggins & Mary Woolsey.
      Executor: wife Rebecca exx.
      Witness: Thomas Willett, Daniel Whitehead and Andrew Gibb, Sr.
      dm<1699 Sep 22
      1699 Sep 22 pro.
   ld 1679 Aug 09 LISR P125
      Grantor: Daniel Whitehead & Wm. Creed, of Jamecoe
      Grantee: Thos. Morrel & John Haytor
      Description: meadow in front of a little island going on to a certain
      island called the Hawtrees.
      Witness: John Hart & Richard Eedes
   wm 1703 Dec 09
      Daniel Whitehead 06 devises land now in posession of brother
      David and devises to Catherine, daughter of his brother David, two cows
      to be delivered two years after my decease, if she be then 18 years old.
      names wife and children and disposes of lands in Jamaica, Hemestead,
      Oyster Bay, Flushing, Orange Co., and Suffolk Co., NY and in Connecticut.
      Executors: wife and son Jonathan.
      -
      I Daniel Whitehead, of Jamaica, in Queens County.(NEW YORK?). I leave to
      my son, Jonathan Whitehead, besides what I have formerly given him by
      deed, all my lands, tenements, and appartenances in Jamaica, between the
      mill and Wellins path, lying westward of the mill, to John Okeys land, and
      southwest so far as my land runs. And also all my land on Cow neck in the
      Town of Hempstead.  All all that my fourth part of the mill standing on
      Gildersleve Creek, in said neck. And also all my meadow on the Old Town
      neck, in Jamaica, except that meadow I purchased of Mr. Anthony Waters,
      now deceased. To him my son Jonathan and his heirs, and in default of
      issue, then to my son Thomas Whitehead and his heirs. I leave to my wife,
      Abigail, my dwelling house I now live in, with the land adjoining, bounded
      on the south by the road to the ferry, on the west by Thomas Smith, north
      by Anthony Waters. And so much of my meadow as she shall have occasion
      for, during her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas and his
      heirs, and in default of such, then to my son Jonathan. I leave also to my
      son Thomas all that my lot of land lying in the town of Jamaica, by the
      land of Colonel Henry Fiklin; Also all my land on Stewards neck and
      Quarelsome neck, in Jamaica; Also the lot of land Thomas Chambers now
      lives on, and my other three lots of land lying by the same, within the
      bounds of the Township of Flushing; Also all that my lot of land lying as
      well within as without the Long neck fence in Jamaica; As also all my
      meadow in Long neck, And all my land and meadow in Hewtree neck, in the
      bounds of Jamaica, with all the prvileges. I leave to my grand son,
      Whitehead Hicks, the second son of my son in law, Thomas Hicks,
      the husband of my daughter Deborah, all that my land and meadow lying and
      being within the bounds and Township of Flushing, except the four 20
      acreas lots given to my son Thomas, to him and his heirs, and in default
      of such heirs, then to my daughter Deborah and her heirs. I leave to my
      son in law, Anthony Waters, the present husband of my daughter Elizabeth
      all that land now in the possession of my brother, David Whitehead, lying
      on the east side of the Plain run, joining to Hempstead bounds, That is to
      say, after the death of my said brother; And also all that my meadow lying
      in Old Town neck in Jamaica, which I bought of his father, Mr. Anthony
      Waters, deceased; and also all that my lot of land on the Hills of Jamica,
      which was formerly Joseph Thurstons, deceased, To him and his heirs. I
      leave to my daughter Mary, widow of Thomas Burroughs, all my land at a
      place called Quaspack, in Orange County up Hudson river, with all the
      priveleges, during her life, and then to her daugther, Mary Burroughs, and
      to her heirs. I leave to my son in law, Jacob Doughty, the husband of my
      daughter Amy (L50). I leave to my wife Abilgail, one third of all goods
      and chattels and the rest to my children above mentioned and to Mercy,
      wife of Thomas Betts. I leave to my friend, John Hubbard, all that my one
      third of meadow lying at Oldfields Island, which I bought with my brother,
      Thomas Oakley, and John Bayley, with all the rights thereto belonging,
      during the time of his continuance in the work of the ministry in this
      town of Jamaica, and if he continue in the ministry here till his death,
      then to his heirs, but if not then to my son Janathan. I give to the town
      of Jamaica the sum of (L20), towards the maintenance of a Grammar School,
      for the education of youths within the said town; to be paid in three
      years after my decease, if there be such a school erected in said town.
      If not, then it is to be put at interest for three years longer, but if
      the school is not then established then to go to my heirs. I leave to my
      brother, David Whitehead, (L20). To Jonathan, son of Jonathan Stevenson,
      of Norwalk, Connecticut, deceased, (L20). I give the (L30) which is due
      me from the estate of my son in law, Daniel Denton, unto his children, and
      to Gabriel Lassee, "begotten upon the body of Deborah Lassee, the present
      wife of Gabriel Lassee;" viz, to Daniel Denton, Abigail Denton and Deborah
      Denton, and to Abigail and Mary Stebbins daughters of Benjamin and Abigail
      Stebbins, my son and daugher in law. I leave to Catharine, daugher of my
      brother, David Whitehead, two cows. All the rest of my lands whether in
      Queens County or in Nissequogue (Smithtown) in Suffolk County, or
      elsewhere, are to be sold by my executors. I appoint my wife and son
      Janathan executors, and I leave to my loving friends, Thomas Steveneson
      and Lieutenant Thomas Smith, each (L5) and make them overseers.
      Dated 1703 November 13.
      Witnesses, Andrew Gibb, J. Lenior, S. Clowes.
      Codicil. I also give to my daughter Mary, a widow of Thomas Burroughs, all
      that my certain lot of land in Jamaica town, next to the house lont of
      Colonel Filkin, containing 2 acres, to her and her heirs and assigns. I
      also give to my daugher AMY, wife of JACOB DOUGHTY, all that my certain
      house and lot in Jamaica now in tenure of Samuel Reisow. I leave to Mercy,
      wife of Thomas Betts, (L50) Dated: December 9.1703.
      Witnesses, John Freeman, S. Clowes, David Waters.
      Proved in Jamaica, October 30, 1704. (Note-The land of Quaspeck is now
      Rockland Lake in Rockland Co., Mary Burroughs married Brinley Sylvester)
   dm 1704 ___ __ at 58Y in Jamaica, LI, NY
      1704 Oct 30 will proved
   df 1717 Oct 15 Jamaica, LI, NY
 with Abigail (nee Stevenson 06) Denton 06 Whitehead
   Jonathan 07    Thomas 07      Deborah 07     Elizabeth 07   Mary 07
   b1672          b1674          b1675          b1681          b1677
   Amy 07         Mercy 07       Abigail 07
   b16790817      b              b

David Whitehead 06
   bm~1647 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 05 et ux
      Whitehead
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Opdyke 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Gilbert Opdyke 05 et ux Catharin (nee Smith 05), he of
      Lloyds Neck, she daughter of Richard Smith, patentee of Smithtown.
   zf 1650 ___ __ in New Amsterdam (NY Gen. Record V95)
   n. wm 1704 Daniel Opdyke, son of Gilbert, named in his will Sarah Whitehead,
      and a nephew Richard Whitehead. - Biog. Dic. of RI, Opdyke Family Gen.
   n. 1697 David was shot in the thigh by Alburtis, and disabled "can do no
      service for himself."
 with Sarah (nee Opdyke 06) Whitehead
   Catherine 07
   b1685

Jonathan Whitehead 06
   bm 1642 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 05 et ux
      Whitehead.
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah
   n. NYG&HR 190204 listed Jonathan, son of Daniel (1642-1704), son of Daniel
      (1603-1668)
   n. Hoff unable to confirm existence of this family proposed by a
      correspondent.  Abigail 07 m William VanWyck.
   dm 1704
 with Sarah
   Thomas 07      Stephen 07     Augustus 07    Deborah 07     Abigail 07
   b              b              b              b              b

Adam Whitehead 06
   bm 1642 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 05 et ux
      Whitehead.
   dm 1681 ___ __ intestate in Huntingdon, LI leaving an estate of 12.17.6
      Records of the Town of Huntington  printed 1877 VI P309.  Court apptd
      John Ingersol, father-in-law, admr.  Leaving no widow or children his
      estate was left to his brother Thomas (under 21) and his sisters
      Jermima and Elizabeth (both unm & under 18).  Since no mention of
      Daniel, any relationship is assumed to be distant.
   n. Message 1386 of 1391
      From: Theodor R Kinsey Sr.  
      Date: Tue Apr 18, 2000 3:29pm
      Subject: Whitehead
      Ron - I did check your site and that is why I gave the comment. The
      Whitehead genealogy by C. B. Curtis states and Daniel Whitehead born
      1603 had sons Daniel and David, but a note states that John Ingersoll
      father in law of Adam Whitehead who died intestate in Huntington, L. I.
      in 1681 was appointed administrator to his estate. The estate was
      divided between brother Thomas Whitehead (under 21), and sisters Jemima
      and Elizabeth (under 21). No mention of Daniel and David.
      In the Ingersoll Family in America 1629-1925, it states that John
      Ingersoll b. 1640, married Jane Skidmore Whitehead in 1673. First son
      John was born 1674. If Jane Skidmore was the mother of David and Daniel
      b.1646, she would have been born about 1626-1630, therefore having her
      first child by John Ingersoll when she was 54.
      Or she could have been David and Daniel's step mother, or there were two
      Jane Skidmores who married two Daniel Whiteheads in Huntington, L.I.
      This makes me think the theory about Armitage being first wife is
      probably correct. You asked for comments. Dottie

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Jonathan Whitehead 07
   bm 1672 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 06 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 06)
      Whitehead in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   zm 1713 Apr 18 at 41Y. H. O. Ladd, "Origin & History of Grace Church,
      Jamaica." NY 1914 P270
   mf 1697 Jul 23 Sarah Field 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   n. 1705-9 Member Co. Assembly from Queens Co.
   df probably before Jonathan.
   wm 1736 Jun 13
      Jonathan Whitehead
      in the will of Jonathan Whitehead, of Jamaica, in Queens County, He makes
      a bequest to his son Benjamin of land purchased of the executors of will
      of Charity Doughty.  This was "the island called Dean's Island, in Jamaica
   dm 1737
      1739 Jul 26 will proved
 with Sarah (nee Field 07) Whitehead
   Daniel 08      Abigail 08     Charity 08     Thomas 08      Benjamin 08
   b1698          b              b              ~1704          b1705
   Sarah 08       Deborah 08     Susannah 08    Susannah 08
   b              b              z1713          b

Thomas Whitehead 07
   bm 1674 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 06 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 06)
      Whitehead in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   mf 1703 Dec 24 Jane Creed 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Creed 06
   n. wm 1710 May 01 LISR P139
      William Creed, Jr., of Jamaica.  To wife Mary use of estate during
      widowhood; to son William 100 acres at Jamaica; residue of lands to sons
      William & Augustine, minors.  To daus. Elizabeth, Sarah & Letitia L100
      when of age.
      Executor: my father William Creed, my brothers-in-law Thomas Cornel &
      Thomas Whitehead & my friend Samuel Clowes.
      Witness: Robert Read, Hendrick Brondber & Andrew Gibbs.
      dm<1710 May 18
         1710 May 18 Pro.

Deborah Whitehead 07
   bf 1675 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 06 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 06)
      Whitehead in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Hicks 07
   df 1712
 with Thomas Hicks 07
   Whitehead 08
   b

Mary Whitehead 07
   bf 1677 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 06 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 06)
      Whitehead in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ John Taylor 07
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Burroughs 07
   dm<1703
   mm ____ ___ __ William Urquhart 07 Rev.
   wm 1709 Aug 29 LISR P138
      William Urquhart, clerk, Rector of the parihs of Jamaica.  All my estate
      to my wife Mary.
      Executrix: wife Mary, sole.
      Witness: Gabriel Luff, Thomas Hicks & Saml. Clowes.
   dm<1709 Sep 23
      1709 Sep 23 will pro.
 with Thomas Burroughs 07
   Mary 08
   b

Amy Whitehead 07
   bf 1679 Aug 17 to Daniel Whitehead 06 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 06)
      Whitehead in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY
   mm~1695 ___ __ Jacob Doughty 65
   bm 1672 Feb 14 to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   n. lived at Cow Neck, Queens Co., NY.  He and wife Amy were Friends and
      members of the Cow Neck Meeting now on 20'th St.
   n. Deed to fare at Cow Neck, Town of Hempstead, deed to Jacob and wife Amy by
      her father Daniel Whitehead 1699 Apr 28, "Friends" Mtgs were held there
      until he moved family to Burlington Co in 1713.  In 1716 he was member of
      Assembly at Burlington.  More information on this iteresting family is
      given by E. A. Doty in his "The Doughty Family of Long Island."
   n. 1714 Apr 01 after the death of his oldest daughter Abigail and a younger
      daughter Ann, the entire family moved to Crosswix, NJ. EOAQGV3 P104.
   n. lived at Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., NJ
   ld 1714 02 04 BB-B-B P362
      Grantor: Marmaduke Horsman, Chesterfield, Burlington Co.
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1714 11 01 BB-B-B P364
      Grantor: Francis Davenport ux; Chesterfield, Bur
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1714 11 02 BB-B-B P365
      Grantor: Francis Davenport ux; Chesterfield, Bur
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1715 01 17 BB-B-B P402
      Grantor: from Samuel Mills; Chesterfield, Bur
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1718 04 19 BB-B-B P361
      Grantor: William Stevenson; Hunterdon
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1718 May 14  P5  Abstract P29, N468
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty of Chesterfield, Burlington Co., Esq.
      Grantee: Zebulon Clayton of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman
      Transaction: 700 acres in Amwell Twp., bounded by Henry Farnsworth, Peter
      Gerrals, and Jacob Douhty; sd tract sold to sd. Jacob by William Stevenson
      on 18 April last. Signed by Jacob and Anne Doughty. Rec. 1719 Jan 05.
      Witness: Joseph King, John Laurence Jr., and John Jones.
   ld 1718 05 17 BB-B-B P367
      Grantor: Edward Kempe
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1718 06 12 BB-B-B P402
      Grantor: Edward Kempe
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1718 12 29 BB-B P18
      Grantor: John Feke; Mansfield, Bur
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   n. note that a Thomas Doughty married Deborah (nee Feke _) Cock, widow of
      James Cock, daughter of Robert Feaks and Clemence (nee Ludlam _), sister
      to a John Feak who mf Abigail Wright.  P209  CU_MOA
   ld 1719 05 22 BB-B P30
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: William Satterthwaite, Jr.; Mansfield, Burlington
   ld 1719 07 24 BK P103 P402
      Grantor: John Chambers; Monmouth
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   n. 1721 Mar 19 The records of the Court held at Burlington, NJ note that
      Hugh Sharp, Jacob Doughty, and John Rudderow sat as Judges. ild
   ld 1722 Jun 14 BD P445
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: Burling, Edward;  Near Crosswicks,
   ld 1722 06 20 BC-2 P402
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: Burling, Edward;  Near Crosswicks, Bur
   ld 1724 02 13 BE P4
      Grantor: Edward Fisher, Joshua Hancock;
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
      Burlington
   ld 1725 08 18 BE P6
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: John Rodman, Jr.; Burlington
   ld 1728 __ __
      Grantor: executors of William Stevenson, 138 acres in Amwell Twp.,
      Hunterdon Co., NJ
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   n. Here is something I picked up in the NYGBR Vol. XXX, Page 122 under Notes
      of the Doughty Family of West Jersey - by John R. Stevenson, M. D.
      At the Chesterfield Friends Meeting of Burlington County, N. J., the
      Certificate of Jacob Doughty from the Flushing, L. I., meeting was read,
      1day, 2 mo., 1714.  In the former meeting 0n 3 d., 8 mo., 1719, SAMUEL
      STOCKTON, of Stony Brook, declared his first intention of his marriage
      with AMY DOUGHTY, daughter of JACOB.  He declared his second intention
      on 4 d., 4 mo., 1719. ild
   ld 1728 Feb 12
      Grantor: executors of William Stevenson
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
      Description: 138 Acres in Amwell Township, Hunterson County, NJ. ild
   ld 1728 Sep 26
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty of Burlington, Gentleman
      Grantee: James Clement, Jr., of Flushing, Queens, NY, yeoman
      Transaction: #130 of NY money 212 acres in two plots in Burlington Co.:
      #1: 162 acres purchased of Samuel Willet (Miller?) on 1714 jan17.
      borders Marmaduke Horseman, Samuel Bunting, George Ritholsons (Nicholson?)
      #2: 50 acres bounding John Moore, the above tract, George Ritholson?,
      the Kings Road, known as York Road. Purchased of Marmaduke Horseman,
      1715 feb 4.
      Witnesses: Ffrancis Doughty, Charles Doughty
      1728 Sep 26 Recorded by Lewis Morris, Esq.,Ffrancis Doughty affirmed that
      he saw Jacob and Charles sign.
   ld 1729 Sep 09 BD P480
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty of Hunterdon Co, NJ, Esq.
      Grantee: Edward Burling of New York City, merchant for 5 shillings.
      2512 acres in Hunterdon County near the Delaware River, at a hill called
      Indian Tongue; on a branch of Pophannuck called the Beaver Dam Branch.
      Bounded by: Mahlon Stacy; the side of a mountain; John Reading; Nathan
      Allen; and back to Stacy.
      Out of 4th dividend, shares of propriety from Matthew Gardiner, son and
      heir of Thomas Gardiner, late of Burlington.
      Witnesses: Elizabeth Osborne, Bartholemew Thatcher. Signed Jn.o Reading.
   ld 1729 Sep 30 BD P482 P402
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty of Hunterdon Co, NJ, Esq.
      Grantee: Edward Burling of New York City, merchant for 5 shillings.
      Description: about 2 miles NE of Belvidere, Hunterdon
      From Thomas Gardiner, dec'd to Matthew Gardiner "his only son." Warrant
      10 mar 1714/15, near a hill on Delaware River called Indian Tongue,
      Penungauchong; on a branch of Pophannuck called Beaver Dam Branch.
      Describes same 2512 acres as D-480.
      Witnesses: Elizabeth Osborne, Bart. Thatcher.
   ld 1733 March 30
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: Samuel Large, Samuel Wilson, John Stevenson. Edward Rockhill, and      Joseph King, trustees.
      Description: 4 acres of Amwell land for a Friends Meeting House.  This was
      called first the Bethleham Meeting;  next the Kingwood Meeting, and last
      the Quakertown Meeting. ild
   wm 1737 Jul 02 and on record at Trenton, NJ
   dm 1737 Aug 11 Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., NJ
   wf 1742 Apr 07 PA_PCW 1742 N278 BF P305 Abstract P787
      Amy Dougherty of Hunterdon Co., PA, widow
      Ch:  Daniel, Deperah (Heaton), Mary (Jones), Sarah (Humphreys), Elizabeth
      (Stockton), Esther (Coat) and Abigail (King)
      Grandchildren: Jacob & Samuel Stockton, Anne Jones, Anne Stockton, Anne
      Coat and Anne King. Son-in-law Joseph Stockton.
      Executors: Daniel Dougherty, Joseph Stockton, Samuel Coat & William King.
      Witnesses: Robert and Susanna Stockton and Benjamin White.
      Signed: with her mark
   df 1742 May 10  Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., NJ. Hinshaw's Quaker Genealogy,
      V2 P355 Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.
      1742 Aug 02 will proved.
   n. 1915 Mar 10 Hunterdon Co. Democrat, Flemington, NJ  -  Jacob Doughty's
      Land, Daniel Smith, Isaac Horner
   n. The following list of children was taken from N. Y. Records, Vol. III
      and Vol. 30, Encyclopedia of American Quasker Genealogy, Vol. 3
   n. It is also found in EAD P347 (Hoff).  All dates have been augmented by two
      months added to those of EAD.  EAD's source was descendant Barclay White
      who possessed Daniel Doughty's Family Bible.  The year was ommitted from
      Jacob 66's birthdate. Hinshaw listed in EOAQGV3 P104 ten children born at
      Cowneck, Flushing, LI, NY and Jacob is not included, probably born before
      they lived at Cowneck.
 with Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   Jacob 66       Abigail 66     Mary 66        Sarah 66       Amy 66
   b16951227      b16970415      b16990417      b17010119      b17020630
   Daniel 66      Deborah 66     Elizabeth 66   Esther 66      Ann 66
   b17031217      b17050823      b17070317      b17081017      b17101010
   Hannah 66      Abigail 66     Ann 66         Deborah 66
   b17120410      b17161003      b17171028      b17200512

Elizabeth Whitehead 07
   bf 1681 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 06 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 06)
      Whitehead in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1695 ___ __ Anthony Waters 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Anthony Waters 06

Mercy Whitehead 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 06 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 06)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Betts 07
   bm
   ld 1698 LISR P91
      Grantor: Thomas Betts et ux Mary
      Grantee: John Burroughes
   wm 1709 Jun 29 LISR P138
      Thomas Betts of Newtown.  Devised to wife Mary life use of his estate &
      lands between the road to Capt. Betts & the road to Hell Gate; she to pay
      L50 to two eldest daus.  Mercy Hazard & Abigail Betts, when Abigail is
      eighteen.  To son Richard the land willed me by my father Richard at
      Mespatt Kills.  To sons Thomas & Daniel the homestead, when of age, they
      to pay L25 to each of their sisters, viz: Mercy Hazerd, Abigail Betts,
      Joannah Betts, Mary Betts, Elizabeth Betts & Deborah Betts, when they
      reach 21.
      Executor: wife & son Richard.
      Overseers: John Berrien & John Stevenson
      Witness: Joseph Sackett, Philip Ketcham & John Denman.
   dm<1709 Sep 23
      1709 Sep 23 Pro.
   n. son Richard, or else Richard Jr., found on many documents and from the
      book of Town Minutes
      Children of Richard & Jemima Betts:
      Thomas bm 1710 Jun 21, Richard bm 1712 Aug 25, William bm 1715/6 Jan 06,
      Sarah bm 1717 Jul 15, Benjamin 1719 Jan 15, Joseph bm 1722.
   mm ____ ___ __ Joseph Sackett

Abigail Whitehead 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 06 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 06)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ Benjamin Stebbins 07
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Daniel Whitehead 08
   bm 1698 ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   zm 1713 Apr 18
   mf 1719 May 17 Elinor Willet 08
   df 1743 ___ __ at 51y at Jamaica, LI
 with Elinor (nee Willet 08) Whitehead
   Ann 09         Daniel 09
   z17250806      z1727

Abigail Whitehead 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   zf 1713 Apr 18
   df 1717 Oct __ interred the 15th? or did she
   mm 1722 Jun 09 Benjamin Doughty 08

Charity Whitehead 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   zf 1713 Apr 18
   mm 1765 Jun 28 Jacob Field 08?
   wf 1731 ___ __

Thomas Whitehead 08
   bm~1704 ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   zm 1713 Apr 18
   mf 1725 Sep 05 Hannah Sackett 08

Benjamin Whitehead 08
   bm 1705 ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   zm 1713 Apr 18
   mf 1726 Feb 28 Elizabeth Willett 08, OHGCJ P284
   dm 1780
 with Elizabeth (nee Willett 08) Whitehead
   Helenah 09     Eleanor 09     Abigail 09     Elizabeth 09   Sarah 09
   b1729          b1730          b              b1740          b
   Mary 09        Benjamin 09    Daniel 09
   b              b              b1751

Sarah Whitehead 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   zf 1713 Apr 18
   mm 1738 Mar 15 John Betts 08
   dm 1761 May 10 at 44y. (Riker, Newtown, P274)

Deborah Whitehead 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   zf 1713 Apr 18
   mm 1727 Feb 07 Joseph Kissam 08 of Cow Neck
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Kissam 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Coombs 07) Kissam.
   n. Hon. John T. Hoffman, Gov. of NY was a descendant.
 with Joseph Kissam 08
   Benjamin 09    Joseph 09      Elizabeth 09   Daniel 09      Whitehead 09?

Susannah Whitehead 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   zf 1713 Apr 18
   df 1713 Sep __ interred the 18th - NYGen Record XIX P58

Susannah Whitehead 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Whitehead 07 et ux Sarah (nee Field 08) Whitehead
   mm 1738 Apr 21 Benjamin Hewlett 08 mm 1738 Jun 12 Benjamin Hulet _ she of
      Hempstead LDSR0017693 Hempstead, LI, NY
   n. Benjamin Whitehead, her brother, in his will 1799 names exr bil Benjamin
      Hewlett.
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Helenah Whitehead 09
   bf 1729 ___ __ to Benjamin Whitehead 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Willett 08)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Cornell 09

Eleanor Whitehead 09
   bf 1730 ___ __ to Benjamin Whitehead 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Willett 08)
      Whitehead
   mm 1762 Sep 04 Stephen Field 09

Abigail Whitehead 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Whitehead 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Willett 08)
      Whitehead
   mm 1764 Dec 20 Samuel Skidmore 09

Elizabeth Whitehead 09
   bf 1740 ___ __ to Benjamin Whitehead 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Willett 08)
      Whitehead
   mm 1761 ___ __ John Cornell 09
   df 1826

Sarah Whitehead 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Whitehead 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Willett 08)
      Whitehead
   mm 1765 Feb 22 Joseph Horsfield 09
   df 1780

Mary Whitehead 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Whitehead 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Willett 08)
      Whitehead
   mm 1774 ___ __ Edward Bardin 09

Benjamin Whitehead 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Whitehead 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Willett 08)
      Whitehead
   mf 1764 Jun 23 Ann Carpenter 09

Daniel Whitehead 09
   bm 1751 ___ __ to Benjamin Whitehead 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Willett 08)
      Whitehead
   mf 1771 Mar 07 Catherine Willett 09
   n. Loyalists during the Revolution, left Jamaica for Flushing between 1780
      and 1790; Catherine lived in NYC in 1796-99 and probably died there.
   dm 1792 Jan 14 at 41Y.
   df 1800 Apr 04 at 45Y.
 with Catherine (nee Willett 09) Whitehead
   ? 10           ? 10           Nancy 10       Catherine 10   Thomas C 10
   b              b              b1780          b1782          b1784
   Edward B 10    Thomas W 10
   b1786          b17900122
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_ Whitehead 10
   b. ____ ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 09 et ux Catherine (nee Willett 09)
      Whitehead
   d. 1776

_ Whitehead 10
   b. ____ ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 09 et ux Catherine (nee Willett 09)
      Whitehead
   d. 1776

Nancy Whitehead 10
   bf 1780 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 09 et ux Catherine (nee Willett 09)
      Whitehead
   mm~1806 ___ __ Francis William VanReynegom 10
   n. moved to Phila., PA about 1806.
   df 1848

Catherine Whitehead 10
   bf 1782 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 09 et ux Catherine (nee Willett 09)
      Whitehead

Thomas Colgan Whitehead 10
   bm 1784 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 09 et ux Catherine (nee Willett 09)
      Whitehead

Edward Bardin Whitehead 10
   bm 1786 ___ __ to Daniel Whitehead 09 et ux Catherine (nee Willett 09)
      Whitehead
   dm 1809

Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10
   bm 1790 Jan 22 to Daniel Whitehead 09 et ux Catherine (nee Willett 09)
      Whitehead at Jamaica, NY.
   zm 1790 Riker P306
   n. moved to Phila., PA about 1806. Dropped the name Thomas using Willett.
   mf 1815 Sep 14 Maria Elaway 10 marriage cert. signed by John P. Peckworth,
      V.D.M., 1815.
   n. Margaret Christiana Whitehead at 4, dau of Willet & Maria. Funeral at
      father's resid.  336 So. 4th   d18390207 PADAMDR P190
   dm 1871 Dec 17 at Bordentown, NJ.
   df 1877
 with Maria (nee Elaway 10) Whitehead
   Elizabeth 11   Mary 11        William M 11   John G 11      Elizabeth M 11
   b              b1821          b1823          b              b
   Margaret C 11  Annie M 11
   b1835          b1837
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Elizabeth Whitehead 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10 with Maria (nee
      Elaway 10) Whitehead

Mary Whitehead 11
   bf 1821 ___ __ to Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10 with Maria (nee
      Elaway 10) Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ Mortimer R. George 11

William Manlove Whitehead 11
   bf 1823 ___ __ to Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10 with Maria (nee
      Elaway 10) Whitehead
   mf ____ ___ __ Eleanor Beaston 11
   wm 1895 PA_PCW N1764 on file
      William M. Whitehead
   dm 1894
      Obit: TWC18740204 Rev. William M. Whitehead, M. D. died on the 28th ult.
      at Woodbury, NJ.      may go to different person - rwc75 2000/03/26

John Gaskell Lawrence Whitehead 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10 with Maria (nee
      Elaway 10) Whitehead
   mf ____ ___ __ Caroline Rogers 11
   mf ____ ___ __ Naomi _ 11

Elizabeth Manlove Whitehead 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10 with Maria (nee
      Elaway 10) Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ Jos. M. Rotzell 11

Margaret Christiana Whitehead 11
   bf 1835 ___ __ to Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10 with Maria (nee
      Elaway 10) Whitehead

Annie Manlove Whitehead 11
   bf 1837 ___ __ to Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10 with Maria (nee
      Elaway 10) Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ David Evans Gardiner 11 listed in Keith's "Provincial
      Councillors of Pennsylvania" Gardiner family genealogy.
   bm 1834
   n. David was an MD.
   n. Annie W. 12 mm Horace C. Richards 12 and had Horace Gardiner Richards 13
      bm 1868 dm 1945 Prof. and Marie Ann Richards 13. License by Clerk of
      Orphans Court of Delaware Co., PA  No. 10536, Rev. John Miller, Wayne, PA.
   df 1918
   dm 1890
 with David Evans Gardiner 11
   Willitt 12     Mary 12        Elizabeth W 12 Maria Elaway12 William 12
   Annie W 12

LINKAGE END 00   Daniel Whitehead/LI, NY


Richard Whitehead _
   n. GDFSNE.
      Of Windsor.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _, widow of William Hopkins, and no more is know of him
      GDFSNE.
   n. 1640 Jul 26 CN_UCCCP V1 P55
      An Oath for Paqua and the Plantations There.
      The Jury:  ..... Richard Whithead .....
   dm
   n. 1670 widow Mary was living with her daughter Lewis.

Mary Whitehead
   bf 1767 Jan 20
   mm 1784 ___ __ Samuel Blackwell
   bm 1759
   dm 1832
   df 1841 May 15

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LINKAGE BEGIN 01    Abraham Whitehead/Lydia  of Philadelphia, PA

John Whitehead 68
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P420   R___ P202 C_/_.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Northern Liberties Town
 Name                                              16+ <16  >0   F   S
 John Whitehead                                     01  02  05  __  __
 (John)__________________16-$ MW
 ________________________00-15MW
 ________________________00-15MW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FW
 ________________________00-$ FW

John Whitehead 69
   bm<1786
   mf 1803 Jul 20 Phebe Lewis 69 PA V9 P274, 2'nd Series Rev/UPA F146.P41 HSP
   bf 1771 ___ __ to probably Joseph Lewis likely in PA.
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R56 P150 L9
      PA, Philaelphia Co., W. Southwark Other:  free____  slaves____
 John Whitehead_________/02 02 01 00 01/00 02 03 01 00/01 __ _____________
 (John)_________________ 45-$_MW
 _______________________ 26-44FW
 (John)_________________ 16-25MW
 _______________________ 16-25FW
 _______________________ 16-25FW
 _______________________ 16-25FW
 _______________________ 10-15MW
 _______________________ 10-15MW
 _______________________ 10-15FW
 _______________________ 10-15FW
 _______________________ 00-09MW
 _______________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R157 P336 L22
      PA, Phila. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Whitehead___________/0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)___________________ 40-49MW
 (Phebe)__________________ 40-49FW
 (Lewis)__________________ 20-29MW
 (Abraham)________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 (James)__________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R807 P446B L11 652/727
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Phila., Kensington, 5'th wd.
      1850 Aug 07 _ Bell Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Pheaby Whitehead           61F                            PA
 Jane                       23F                            PA
 _uby                        9F                            PA
   n. The above record is very difficult to read and may have errors.
   dm 1875 Aug 07 at 85 in Philadelphia. CaCHS NJ, Camden, WJP18750811. Wrong
      John.
 with Phebe (nee Lewis 69) Whitehead
   Lewis 70                      Abraham 70
   b1803                         b1810
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Lewis Whitehead 70
   bm 1803 ___ __ to John Whitehead 69 et ux Phebe Lewis 69 in PA.
   mf ____ ___ __ Rhoda
   bf 1814
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R488 P51 L31
      PA, Phila., Kensington  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lewis Whitehead__________/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Phebe)__________________ 50-59FW
 (Lewis)__________________ 30-39MW
 (Rhoda)__________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 (Aaron)__________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. 1860
 with
   Aaron 71       dau 71         dau 71
   b1837

Abraham Whitehead 70
   bm 1810 ___ __ to John Whitehead 69 et ux Phebe Lewis 69 in PA.
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia _ 70
   bf 1810 ___ __ to
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R491 P225 L10
      PA, Phila., Roxborough  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abraham Whitehead _______/2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/2 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (father)_______________ 60-69MW
 (mother)_______________ 50-59FW
 (Abraham)______________ 30-39MW
 (Lydia)________________ 30-39FW
 (Lucretia)_____________ 10-14FW
 (Eliza)________________ 10-14FW
 (William)______________ 00-04MW
 (Sarah)________________ 05-09FW
 (Jacob)________________ 00-04MW
 (Maria)________________ 00-04FW
 (Julia)________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P50 L19 233/249
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, Oxford Township
      1850 Aug 21 J. S. Wilson, Ass't Marshall
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Abraham Whitehead          40M Farmer                     England
 Lydia                      40F                            NJ
 Lucretia                   22F                            Pa
 Eliza                      21F                            Pa
 William                    19M Farmer                     Pa
 Sarah                      18F                            Pa
 Jacob                      16M                            Pa
 Maria                      13F                            Pa
 Julia                      11F                            Pa
 Thomas                      8M                            Pa
 Mary                        6F                            Pa
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P988 L11 227/222
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, 11 & 12 Precinct, 23rd Ward
      P32, 1860 Jun 15 William Carter, Ass't Marshall
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Abraham Whitehead          63M Farmer          4000 500   Pa
 Lydia                      58F                            Pa
 Jacob                      26M Farmer                     Pa
 Maria                      24F                            Pa
 John                        8M                            Pa
 Phebe                      89F                            Pa
 David Carter               21M Farm laborer               Pa
 Thomas Hunter               1M                            Pa
   n. The ages of Abe & Lydia are significantly off in the 1860 Census - civil
      war.
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R686 P168 L10 1197/1137
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, 16'th District, P166
      Enumerated 1870 Jul 22 Abe Tyson Ass't Marshall
      P. O.: Bristleton p166 R686 p168 1274 1274

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Abe Whitehead                 63M Farmer                                   1000PA
 Lydia                         64F Keeping house                                PA
 John                          18M Farm hand                                    PA
 Thomas Hunter                 10MWAflicted                                     PA

   d.
 with Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead
   Lucretia 71    Eliza 71       William 71     Sarah 71       Jacob 71
   b1828          b1829          b1831          b1832          b1833
   Maria 71       Julia Ann 71   Thomas 71      Mary 71        John 71
   b1837          b1839          b1842          b1844          b1852

James Whitehead 70
   bm 1803 ___ __ to John Whitehead 69 et ux Phebe Lewis 69 in PA.
   n. note that James, son of James, dm 1827.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R491 P233 L9
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Roxborough  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Whitehead _________/0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _______________________ 30-39MW
 _______________________ 30-39FW
 _______________________ 20-29MW
 _______________________ 20-29FW
   dm

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Aaron Whitehead 71
   bm 1836 ___ __ to Lewis Whitehead 70 et ux   in NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha Powers 70, probably with sister Mary b1831 and both
      born in Ireland. Note also John Powers b1851 with brother Jacob Whitehead
      in the 1870 Census.
   bf 1835 ___ __ to _ in Ireland.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R1152 P512 L24 1021/1109 P146
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Phila., 2nd Ward
      PO: Philadelphia, 1860 Jun 14 Edw. G. Carlin, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Aaron Whitehead            37M Cordwainer              100NJ
 Martha                     24F                            IRE
 Sarah                      1mF                            PA
 William Poole              26M                            NJ
 Lewis Whitehead            57M                   800      NJ
 Mary Powers                29F                            IRE
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V3 ED62 S52 L33
      New Jersey, Camden County, Gloucester City
      PO:             , 1880 Ju                   , Ass't Marshal

 Name                    CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Aaron Whitehead         WM 43                                                          NJ
 Martha                  WF 45   Wife                                                   IRE
 Mary                    WF 16   Dau                                                    NJ
 Eliza                   WF  6   Dau                                                    NJ
 Louis                   WM  2   Son                                                    NJ

   df 1894 Jun 23 at 62 in Gloucester City, interred NJ, Camden, Old St. Mary's.
      no headstone. CaCHS WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938.
   dm 1915 Sep 12 shoemaker, interred NJ, Gloucester, Cedar Grove, Sec. D, Lot
      Single. No headstone.  CaCHS WPA P354-4 1937, P445-4 1938.
 with Martha
   Sarah 72       Mary 72        Eliza 72       Lewis 72
   b1859          b1864          b1874          b1878

dau Whitehead 71
   bf 1839 ___ __ to Lewis Whitehead 70 et ux

dau Whitehead 71
   bf 1840 ___ __ to Lewis Whitehead 70 et ux
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Lucretia Whitehead 71
   bf 1832 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 and Lydia (nee _70) Whitehead
      in Holmesburg, PA.  Holmesburg was absorbed by Philadelphia, PA.
   mm 1854 Nov 25 William Crossley 71
      1854 Nov 29 West Jerseyman, Camden, N. J.
      Whitehead, Miss Lucretia of Holmesburg, Pa. M to Wm. Crossley of Halifax,
      England at Camden, by Rev. E. K. Smith, daughter of Abraham & Lydia
      Whitehead.  NJ_CaCHS.
   bm 1826 ___ __ to John Crossley 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 70) Crossley
      in Halifax, England between 1826 May 20
   n. 1820 Jul 16 cristened at Sowerby, near Halifax, Yorkshire, EN to John &
      Betty Crossley LDS B7733429 S22 So1126170F.
   n. of Halifax, England - West Jerseyman
   c. 1850 Census age 26 Eng in Kensington District of Philadelphia,
      R807, P427 living with another family.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P240 854/977
      New Jersey, Camden County, So. Ward, P112
      PO:Camden, NJ, Enumerated: 1860 Jul 16 John Hood
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 William Crossley           37  Porter            500   100Eng
 Lucretia                   31                             Penna       I
 Mary Anna                   3                             NJ
   n. 1861 CCD P203 William, laborer, 122 S Front, h Camden
   n. 1862 CCD P139 William, groceries and liquors, 6th and Sycamore, Camden.
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R855 P255B
      NJ, Camden Co., Newton Twp., Dist. 25, P50
      Enumerated:  1970Jul29 Isaac Furman

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 William Crossley              44  Grocer (retail)                          3000Eng
 Lucretia Crossley             38  Keeping house                                Pa
 Mary Ann                      14                                               NJ
 John William Crossley          9                                               NJ

   df 1872 Jan 03 at 40 years from Smallpox in 7'th Ward, Camden, NJ
         NJA VAS P109.  1872 Jan 06 Camden Democrat, Camden, New Jersey.
      1872 Jan 05 PA_PPL V_LXXII N88 Friday   Obit.
         Crossley - At Camden on the 3d instant, Lucretia, wife of William
      Crossley, aged 39 years, was interred at Evergreen Cemetery.  *518
   c. 1880 Soundex NJ T763 R10 William & John William Crossley not found
      NJ T1060, R37 not found????
      1880 - I have found no trace of any of the family when this census
      was taken.
      May have moved South to NJ, Va, De? as evidenced from a letter that
      Wes has according to Kathryn Crossley - John to Kate?.
      Need to copy for distribution to all descendants.
      Returned to England to attend Eton School there and was raised by a
      titled uncle - name anyone?  Eton has no record of William or John
      William Crossley - P. Hatfield, College Archivist 1993 Apr 05
      Francis Crossley had property on 700 Sycamore St., Camden.
      William had several houses in 600 block.  Probably a brother?
      Thomas a bro. in Phil.?
   wm 1884 ___ __ New Jersey Archives, RefW0, p.222, Camden County 2122D
      & received from C. Wesley Crossley, Jr. 1991 May 17
      Know all men by these presents that I, William Crossley, of the
      City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey, Gentlemen
      being of sound disposing mind and memory do make and publish this
      my last will and testament.  1'st, I give and bequest to my son
      John William Crossley all that certain property with the buildings
      thereon Situate in the City and County of Camden and State of New
      Jersey being numbered as follows: 1114, 1126, 1128, 1130, 1132,
      1134 on South Street in said City and County and State aforesaid
      as long as he the said John William Crossley lives, and at his
      death the said above mentioned and described Real Estate shall be
      equally divided among the said John William Crossley children,
      when the youngest shall become of age, share and share alike.
      2'nd, I give and bequeath to my son John William Crossley all that
      certain property with the Buildings thereon Situate in the City
      and County of Camden and State of New Jersey being numbered as
      follows: 601, 603, 604 Sycamore Street in said City and County
      and State aforesaid as long as he the said John William Crossley
      lives and at his death the said above mentioned and described Real
      Estate shall be equally divided among the said John William
      Crossley children when the youngest shall become of age, share and
      share alike.  3'rd, I give and bequeath to my Son John William
      Crossley, my Gold _______ and Gold chain?  4'th, I give and
      bequeath to my Daughter Mary Hannah Bedsworth, Wife of Winfield
      Bedsworth, All that certain property with the Buildings thereon
      Situate in the City and County of Camden and State of New Jersey
      being numbered as follows: One corner Lot and Two Houses No. 707,
      709 being all that Real Estate Situate on the North East corner of
      Mount Vernon and Seventh Street in said City, County and State
      aforesaid as long as she the said Mary Hannah Bedsworth lives and
      at her death the said above mentioned and described Real Estate
      shall be equally divided among the said Mary Hannah Bedsworth
      Children when the younger shall become of age, share and share
      alike.  5'th, I give and bequeath to my Daughter, Mary Hannah
      Bedsworth, Wife of Winfield Bedsworth, all Mortgages that belong
      to me at my death and when the said Mortgages become due, the said
      money from said Mortgages shall be invested for the benefit of the
      said Mary Hannah Bedsworth and her children free from the inter-
      ference or control of her Husband and at her death shall be
      equally divided among the said Mary Hannah Bedsworth Children when
      the youngest shall become of age, share and share alike.  6'th,
      I give and gequeath to my Daughter Mary Hannah Bedsworth, Wife of
      Winfield Bedsworth, all my household furniture, Whearing apparel
      and all the rest and residue of my personal property to her sold
      and separate use free from the interference or control of her
      Husband and to her heirs and assigns forever.  7'th, It is my will
      if John William Crossley dies without leaving any legal heirs,
      then his share by this will shall go to my Daughter Mary Hannah
      Bedsworth, Wife of Winfield Bedsworth, as long as she lives and at
      her death to the said Mary Hannah Bedsworth Children and to be
      equally divided among said Children when the Youngest shall become
      of age, share and share alike.  8'th, It is my Will if Mary Hannah
      Bedsworth dies without leaving any legal heirs, then her share by
      this Will shall go to my Son John William Crossley as long as he
      lives and at his death to the said John William Crossley Children
      and to be equally divided among said Children when the Youngest
      shall become of age, share and share alike.  9'th, It is my Will
      in case my Son John William Crossley or my daughter Mary Hannah
      Bedsworth, Wife of Winfield Bedsworth, are not satisfied with my
      will, and they the said John William Crossley, or the said Mary
      Hannah Bedsworth go to law to brake this my last will and testament
      then the one, who, first comences said suit, shall loose his, or her
      share, by the payment of ten dollars, to him or her, and be ____
      from any benefit of this my last will and testament and then the
      said property shall go as described to his or her heirs as long he
      or she lives, and at his or her death to his or her children, when the
      younger is of age, share and share alike. 10'th I ordain and appoint
      my son John William Crossley, and my daughter Mary Hannah Bedsworth,
      wife of Windfield Bedsworth as executors of this my last will and
      testament and I desire and direct that neither my executors herein
      named should be requested to give bonds.  11'th I hereby revoke all
      wills by me heretofore made and constitute the said John William
      Crossley and said Mary Hannah Bedsworth executors of this my last will.
      In witness whereof, I, the above named testator, have hereunto set my
      hand and seal this twentieth day of September in the year of our Lord
      eighteen hundred and eighty two. [1882].
      Witnesses Albert C. Baxter, Hambilton S. Davis, Henry Hollinshead
      1884 Jan 21 proved.
   dm 1884 Jan 07 of paralysis at 63y LPOR 7th & Mt. Vernon, Camden  interred at
      Evergreen Cemetery, Section N, Lot 179, Camden, NJ ARB 1884 Jan 16 West
      Jersey Press, Camden, NJ; 1884 Jan 12 Camden Democrat, Camden, NJ.
      Parents reported in death certificate from NJA.
   n. 1893 CaCD  Elizabeth Crossley    Burler, A. Priestly & Co. h1933s6th
 with William Crossley 71
   Mary Hannah 72 John W 72
   b18570415 NJ   b18620429 NJ

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Eliza Whitehead 71
   bf 1829 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA

William Whitehead 71
   bm 1831 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA
   mf ____ ____ __ Matilda McIntyre 71
   bf ____ ___ __ to Archibald McIntyre 69 et ux Matilda (nee _ 69) McIntrye in
      County Tyrone, Ireland
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R774 SD3 E54 S16 L21  1130/150/157
      New Jersey, Camden Co., Camden City, 1'st Pct, 7'th Wd, 1130 Sixth St.
      1860 Jun 10 B. W. Pierce, Ass't Marshal
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 William                 MW 40                         PA    PA    PA
 Matilda                 FW 40                         Ire   Ire   Ire
 John                    MW 14     SS                  NJ    PA    Ire
 Willie                  MW 12     SS                  NJ    PA    Ire
 Samuel                  MW  7     SS                  NJ    PA    Ire
   df 1886 Sep 11 at 47 of Bright's Disease (causing Dropsy) at 1135 Sycamore,
      Camden, Camden Co, NJ having been ill for one year. Interred 1886 Sep 15
      Evergreen Cem., Sect O, Lot 173, Camden, NJ. No headstone.
      CaCHS WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938.  WJP18860915 CD18860918
   n. 1900 living with son John in NJ next to sister Lucretia's son John William
      Crossley.
   dm 1908 Nov 07 at 75 of Chronic Catarral Consumption having been sick 30
      years.  Residence 603 Sycamore St., Camden, NJ. Interred 1908 Nov 06
      Evergreen Cem., Sect O, Lot 173, Camden, NJ. No headstone
      CaCHS WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938.
 with Matilda (nee MacIntyre 71) Whitehead
   John J 72      William A 72   Samuel 72
   b1865NJ        b1868NJ        b1873NJ

Sarah Whitehead 71
   bf 1832 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA

Jacob Whitehead 71
   bm 1833 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 71
   bf 1835 ___ __ to
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R686 P168 L32 482/478
      M593 Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, 7'th district,
      23'rd Ward, P64, Enumerated 1870 Aug 06 Chas. Caudy, Ass't Marshall
      P. O.: Bylum p64 R686 p168 282 278

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Jacob Whitehead               36MWFarmer                                   1000PA
 Sarah                         35FWKeeps house                                  PA
 John                          22MWFarm hand                                    PA
 Emily                         13FW                                             PA
 Jacob                          3MW                                             PA
 John Powers                   19WMFarm hand                                    PA

   n. The John Whitehead shown here is probably Jacob's younger brother \@ 18.

Maria Whitehead 71
   bf 1837 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA

Julia Ann Whitehead 71
   bf 1839 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA
   df 1856 Sep 25
      Obit.: 1856 Sep 26 Sat, PA, Phila Public Ledger and Daily Transcript
      On the 25th instant, Miss Julia Ann Whitehead, daughter of Abram and Lydia
      Whitehead, in the 19th year of her age,
                     Dearest Julia, thou hast left us,
                       Here they loss we deeply feel,
                     But it is God who hath bereft us,
                      He can all our sorrows heal.
                     Her cheerful voice no more we hear,
                     No more her hast'ning footsteps hear,
                     Dear girl, and darling of our home,
                     We miss thee, whereso'er we roam.
         The relatives and friends are respectrully invited to attend the
      funeral , from her father's residence in Bluu Grass Lane, one ___le from
      Bustleton, on Sunday morning, at 10 o'clock, without further notice. *305

Thomas Whitehead 71
   bm 1841 Aug __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA

Mary Whitehead 71
   bf 1844 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA

John Whitehead 71
   bm 1852 ___ __ to Abraham Whitehead 70 et ux Lydia (nee _ 70) Whitehead in PA

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Sarah Whitehead 72
   bf 1859 ___ __ to Aaron Whitehead 71 with Martha (nee Powers 71) Whitehead

Mary Whitehead 72
   bf 1864 ___ __ to Aaron Whitehead 71 with Martha (nee Powers 71) Whitehead

Eliza Whitehead 72
   bf 1874 ___ __ to Aaron Whitehead 71 with Martha (nee Powers 71) Whitehead

Lewis P. Whitehead 72
   bm 1878 ___ __ to Aaron Whitehead 71 with Martha (nee Powers 71) Whitehead
   dm 1918 ___ __ Louis P. Whitehead, of Newfield, died of wounds in France.
      TWC19181127.
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Emily Whitehead 72
   bm 1857 ___ __ to Jacob Whitehead 71 et ux Sarah (nee _ 71) Whitehead in PA

Jacob Whitehead 72
   bm 1867 ___ __ to Jacob Whitehead 71 et ux Sarah (nee _ 71) Whitehead in PA
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John J. Whitehead 72
   bm 1865 Sep __ to William Whitehead 71 et ux Matilda (nee McIntyre 71)
      Whitehead in NJ.

 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623 V9 SD6 ED61 S9 L8 183/184
      New Jersey, Camden County, Camden City, Ward 6, Precinct 7, 603 Sycamore
      Street Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,  Ezra E. Venable
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 John Whitehead        Head  WMSep1865 35M 13    NJ     PA     Ire              Laborer                  0   YYYR H
 Mary                  Wife  WFFeb1866 34M 13    Del    Ire    Ire                                           YYY
 Maggie                Dau   WFJun1888 11S       NJ     NJ     Del              at school               10
 Herbert R.            Son   WMMay1899  1S       NJ     NJ     Del
 William               Fath  WMMay1835 65W       NJ     PA     PA                                            YYY

   n. living next to the Crossleys in 1900 apparently renting one of John
      William Crossley's houses.  JWC is his 1'st cousin, from Lucretia
      (nee Whitehead 72) Crossley
   dm 1931 Aug 12 at 64 a watchman, father's name Wm., mothers name Mary Mac
      Intyre, interred NJ, Camden, St. Mary's Cemetery, Headstone "1866-1931"
      NJ_CaCHS, WPA P354-4, 1937; P4445-4, 1938.
 with Mary
   Maggie 73      Herbert R 73
   b188806        b189905

William A. Whitehead 72
   bm 1867 ___ __ to William Whitehead 71 et ux Matilda (nee McIntyre 71)
      Whitehead in NJ
   dm 1894 ___ __ at 27 interred 1894 Oct 02 Evergreen Cem, Section O, Lot 173
      Camden, NJ

Samuel Whitehead 72
   bm 1873 ___ __ to William Whitehead 71 et ux Matilda (nee McIntyre 71)
      Whitehead in NJ
   dm 1930 Sep __ at 27 interred 1930 Sep 23 Evergreen Cem, Section O, Lot 173
      Camden, NJ

LINKAGE END 01  Abraham Whitehead of Philadelphia, PA.

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Abraham Whitehead _
   mf 1861 Mar 31 Jane Buckley _
      1861 Apr 02 PA_PPL V_LI N8
         March 31st, by Rev. James Seddon, of Frankford.  Mr. Abraham Whitehead
      to Miss Jane Buckley, both of Edenfield, Upper Darby, PA.  *781

Stanton Whitehead
   bm 1918
   dm 1934 Sep 09
      Obit: GCD19340912 The Evening News of Gloucester County Democrat
      Whitehead, Stanton of Franklinville, NJ & Wildwood, NJ & Goshen, NJ age 16
      died 1934 Sep 09, killed by a passing car as he road on the handle bar of
      his friends bike.  Bike was on the wrong of the road, no light on the bike
      Obit: TWC19340912
      Whitehead, Stanton, of Goshem.  Died: was fatally injured while riding on
      the handle bars of a bicycle, last week, age 14.

Joel Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Caroline Hewitt _
   dm 1908 Apr 18 PGR19080422 of Philadelphia and Pitman.
   df 1913 Apr 23 PGR19130501 Widow of Joel Whitehead,of Philadelphia and Pitman
      (summer)

A. Whitehead
   dm ____ ___ __
      Obit: 1914 Feb 05 Gloucester County Democrat.  Died in Scotland, formerly
      of Grenloch, survived by several children.  NJ_GCHS cardfile.

David Whitehead _
 with
   Jane C _
   b

Jane Cummiskey Whitehead _
   bf 1854 ___ __ to David Whitehead _
   df 1887 May 18 at 33 in Camden, NJ.  NJ_CaCHS WJP18870525

Daniel "David" W. Whitehead _
   bm 1844 ___ __ to
   mf 1869 Dec 09 Emily R. Murphy _, at Bridgeport by Joseph Ashbrook, Pastor,
      M. E. Church, recorded 18710705. She was single, age 25, he was a single,
      painter of Phila.  TWC18691215 name given as David.
   bf 1847 ___ __ to Obejah Murphy _ et ux Anna in NJ.
   df 1888 Apr 12 at 41 interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cem.  NJ_CaCHS.
   dm 1929 Dec __
      Obit: 1929 Dec 05 The Gloucester County Democrat
      David Whitehead, age 85 of Glassboro, NJ, died Sunday evening following a
      stroke of paralysis.

_ Whitehead
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma Fries _
   bf 1863 ___ __ to Thomas Fries _ et ux Mary (nee Woodward _) Fries, he of
      Phila.
   mm 1894 Nov 14 George E. Wilson _ of Camden, she of Phila., by Rev. J. F.
      Crouch of Union M. E. Ch., Phila., PA. NJ_CaCHS, 1894/11/15 TR, Camden,
      N. J.
   mm 1895 Apr 15 Frank Sloman _ of Camden, NJ by Rev. W. H. Van Han. NJ_CaCHS
      1895/10/30 WJP, Camden, N. J.
   df 1930 Jan 15 at 67 interred NJ, New Camden Cem., Sec. A, Lot 490, Grave 4,
      no headstone.  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, WPA P#4445-4 1938.

Joshua Whitehead _
   dm 1827 May __ at Addle Croit, near Huddersfield, ENG.  NJ_CaCHS The Village
      Herald and Weekley Advertiser, Woodbury, NJ 1827 May 23.  In the 105th
      year of his age.  NJ_GCHS.
      1827 May 12, Saturday; Philadelphia, Died. National Gazette and Literary
      Register.
      "At Addle Croit, near Huddersfield, Eng. without any previous illness, Mr.
      Joshua Whitehead, in the 105th year of his age. This venerable man
      enjoyed, during the whole of his long life, a most singularly good state
      of health, unaided by medical science; the only doctor's bill he ever had
      amounting but to 4d. His food was plain and simple. He never drank tea,
      and never was intoxicated. He lived in the reigns of four of our Kings,
      one of which was the longest reign recorded in the English history. He
      maintained his faculties till the last, and his sight was so perfect, that
      he had never occasion for spectacles."   2005/10/07 - Janas

William Ellis Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Annie G. _
   df 1887 Jan 12 at 34 in Camden, NJ. NJ_CaCHS WJP18870119
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Henry Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Catherine Davis _
      1868 Sep 30 West Jersey Press, Camden, N. J., Sep 26 The New Republic,
      Camden, N. J.  Whitehead, Henry of Camden, N. J. to Emma C. Davis, of
      Camden (WJP), of Phila. (TNR) by Rev. A. Atwood.
   bf 1850 ___ __ to Thomas Davis _ et ux Mary in PA.
   df 1903 Nov 16 at 53 interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cem., Sec. N, Lot 517 and
      519, no headstone.  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938.

John Whitehead _
   bm 1841
   mf ____ ___ __ Kate _ _
   bf 1842
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R686 P338 L37 1186/1236.
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden, North Ward
      PO: Camden, NJ, 1870 Aug 23, L. C. Phifer, Ass't Marshal.

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 _____________________________---_-_____________________________--------________-------------------_-___---_-_---------------_________

 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 John Whitehead             29MWWksatCargMkg         200PA                /
 Keate                      28FW                        Ire     //
 Lillian                     3FW                        PA       /
 Lizzie                      1FW                        PA       /
 with Kate
   Lillian _
   b186702

Lillian Whitehead _
   bf 1867 Feb __ to John Whitehead _ et ux Kate
   df 1873 May 15 at 6.4._.  NJ_CaCHS WJP18730521

Lizzie Whitehead _
   bf 1869 Feb __ to John Whitehead _ et ux Kate

Catherine Whitehead _
   bf
   n. lived in south Philadelphia, near the Navy yard.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Riggins _
 with
   John J _
   b19170829
 with
   Catherine _

John J. Whitehead _
   bm 1917 Aug 29 to _ _ _ and Catherine Whitehead in Phila.
   mf 1946 Jun 01 Ruth Rivel _
      1996/06/03 Courier-Post, picture page 40.
      John J. Whitehead, Sr. & Ruth (Rivel) of Barrington, 50th Anniversary.
 with Ruth (nee Rivel _) Whitehead
   John J
   b

Mary E. Whitehead _
   mm 1876 Nov 01 Charles W. Finter _
      1877 Mar 14 West Jersey Press, Camden, N. J.
      Whitehead, Mary E. to Charles W. Finter, 1876 Nov 01 by Rev. G. K. Norris.
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Robert Whitehead 15
   bm 1919 ___ __ to Louis Whitehead
   mf ____ ___ __ Roberta M. Adams 15
   dm 1990 Jun 28 at 71, Haddon Heights, in West Jersey Hosp., Voorhees Twp.
      Obit: 1990 Jul 01 Gloucester Co. Times, Fri.
      Robert Whitehead, 71, Haddon Hts., died Jun 28, 1990 in West Jersey Hosp.,
      Voorhees.  An Airforce veteran of WWII and the Korean War.  Survived by
      wife Roberta M., nee Adams, daus Nancy Gasbarro, Laverne Henry, Roberta
      Glenz, bros William, Louis, sister Alice Passier and 6 grandchildren.
      Services - Jul 3, 1990 - Davis Funeral Home, Woodbury.  Interment:
      Eglington Cem., Clarksboro.
 with Roberta M. (nee Adams 15) Whitehead
   Nancy 16       Laverne 16     Roberta 16

William Whitehead 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Louis Whitehead

Alice Whitehead 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Louis Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Passier 15

Louis Whitehead 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Louis Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Josephine M. Gillespie _
   dm 1998 May 20 in Haddon Twp., NJ. Blake-Doyle FH. Courier-Post980522
      Husband of late Josephine M. (nee Gillespie), Father of Beverly Cummings,
      Lois.  Brother of William.
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Nancy Whitehead 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Whitehead 15 et ux Roberta M. (nee Adams 15)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Gasbarro 16

Laverne Whitehead 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Whitehead 15 et ux Roberta M. (nee Adams 15)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Henry 16

Roberta Whitehead 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Whitehead 15 et ux Roberta M. (nee Adams 15)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Glenz 16
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Lois Whitehead
   dm 1994 Jan 03 at 61.  NJ_CaCHS Courier940104.  Camden, Edw. P. Leonard FH.

Mary Whitehead
   bf 1918
   df 1993 Dec 21 in Westmont, NJ. Griggs.  Holl-Murphy FH. interred Calvary Cem
      NJ_CaCHS Courier931222
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Andrew Whitehead _
   n. CCD, clock cleaner, S. E. Mill & Orchard. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Daniel Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann _ _
   n. CCD, widow Daniel, 806 Knox. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Luke Whitehead _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _
   dm 1850 Sep 14
      1850 Sep 21 PA, Philadelphia Administration  N367 BQ P47
      Letters of administration granted to Isaac C. Bryant at the
      request of Luke's brother.
      Know all Men by these Presents, That we Isaac C. Bryant, & Green A.
      Farrington & Minn .. & John N. Curtis Administrators
      ...
      Signed: Isaac C. Bryant, A. Farrington, No. * .... St., John B. Curtis
      Witness: Tho. T. Derringer, Register
      1851 Feb 06 on appeal Letters granted to wife Elizabeth.  She was out of
      the United States in Great Britain when her late husband died.
   n. CCD, widow Luke, innkeeper, 1 Ledger Pl. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Gerrard Irvine Whitehead _
   n. CCD, attorney-at-law, 3 S. Merrick. 1861 McElroy's PCD.
   wm 1898 PA_PCW N1772 B204 P416 Ancillary CTA
         I, Gerrard Irvine Whitehead, of the City County and State of New York
      do make and publish this as and for my last Will and Testament hereby
      revoking all former wills by me made.
         I give and bequeath to Alice Snydam, daughter of my partner Charles C.
      Snydam my ring set with a cat's eye stone.
         All the rest, residue and remainder of my estate both real and personal
      of what kind I give, devise and bequeath to my sister Mary W. Palmer widow
      of Francis Ingram Palmer.  I intend to include in this all the share of my
      father's estate which may come to me in reversion & remainder by the
      provisions of my father's will together with what may be mine as one of
      the heirs of William Whitehead who died intestate.
         I nominate and appoint my partner Charles C. Snydam to be the Executor
      of this my will.
         In witness whereof I have hereunto set my seal this twenty sixth day of
      January, one thousand eight hundred and ninety four.
                             Gerrard Irvine Whitehead {seal}
         [    ]  had by the testator in the presence of each of us and at the
      same time declared by him to us to be his last Will and Testament and
      thereupon are at the request of the testator and in his presence and in
      presence of each other sign our names hereto as witnesses this the 26th
      day of January 1894 at the City of New York.
      Joseph F. Arnold residing at Belmont, 24 Ward N. Y. City.
      Reginald H. Arnold residing at No. 48 East 69th St. in the City of New
      York.
      Robert W. Cromley of East Orange, State of New Jersey.
      Being duly sworn to the signatures of Joseph F. Arnold one of the
      subscribing witnesses to will September 22, 1898 Jacob Washburn, assistant
      to the surrogate} Robert W. Cromley.......
      1898 Sep 22 will proved. Frank T. Fitzgerald, Surrogate; J. Fairfax
      McLaughlin, clerk.
      1898 Sep 30 Charles C. Snydam renounced the right to act as administrator
      1898 Nov 26 Mary W. Palmer renounced her right as administratrix and
      request that Letters of Administration CTA be granted to Thomas Tob... of
      Philadelphia.  Witness: Victor Guillon.

George Whitehead _
   n. CCD, weaver, 1020 Hall. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Henry Whitehead _
   n. CCD, cordwainer, Graffin's ct. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Henry Whitehead _
   bm 1861 Jun __ to Henry Whitehead _ et ux Sarah J.
   dm 1862 Dec 10
      1862 Dec 08 PA_PPL V_LIV N69 Wed.
         Whitehead.-On the 8th inst., Henry, son of Henry and Sarah J. Whitehead
      aged 18 months.
         The relatives and friends of the famEy are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral, from his parents residence, No. 131 Brown street, on
      Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, without further notice.  To proceed to
      Glenwood Cemetery  *916

James Whitehead _
   n. CCD, spinner, Paul n Tacony. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

James Whitehead _
   n. CCD, spinner, Wood n Gay, Myk. 1861 McElroy's PCD.


John Whitehead _
   n. CCD, boot & shoe manuf, 744 S. 4th.. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Mary Whitehead _
   n. CCD, widow Powers, 523 Marriott. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Charles Whitehead _
   n. CCD, blacksmith, 2309 Walnut. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Nathaniel Whitehead _
   n. CCD, laborer, 2309 Walnut. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Peter Whitehead _
   n. CCD, shoecutter, 407 Arch, h249 N9th. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Radcliff Whitehead _
   n. CCD, laborer, Divine's ct. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Robert Whitehead _
   n. CCD, coachmaker, Perkiomen ab Francis. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Robert Whitehead _
   n. CCD, woolspinner, 1760 N 6th. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

William Whitehead _
   n. CCD, gentleman, 433 Chestnut. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

William Whitehead _
   n. CCD,shoemaker, 108 Bread. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

William P. Whitehead _
   n. CCD, conductor, 777 N24th. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

John Whitehead _
   n. CCD, watchmaker, 459 N 10th. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

William W. Whitehead _
   n. CCD, watchmaker 459 N10th. 1861 McElroy's PCD.
   wm 1898 PA_PCW N1593 B205 P310 Inv B30 P23
      Be it Remembered, That I William W. Whitehead (Jeweller) of the City and
      County of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania being of sound and
      disposing mind, memory and understanding and considering the uncertainty
      of life, do therefore make publish and declare this to be my last will and
      testament in manner and form following, that is to say:
         Item: to my wife Sarah V. Whitehead, I will and bequeath my two
      dwelling houses, and stable situated on the lots or piece of ground, on
      the S. E. corner of Twenty second & Venango street numvered on the City
      plan as Nos 2200 and 2202 Venango st. said lot fronting 84 feet on Venango
      St. and extending along the west side of Twenty second st., south 240 feet
      to atlantic st, also the dwelling house situated on the south side of
      Cabot St (formerly called bass st.) between Twelfth st and Thirteenth st
      being numbered 1220 on the City plan.
         It is my express will and desire that after the death of my wife Sarah
      V. Whitehead that the above mentioned property or the proceeds realized
      from the sale of same, shall be divided among her three children as
      as follows: my daughter Amelia R. I desire shall receive Fifty percent or
      one half.  My son Charles is to receive Twenty five percent, or one
      quarter and my son Joseph Twenty five percent, or one quarter my sons
      being better able to provide for themselves.  I desire that my daughter
      shall receive twice as much as either of my sons.
         The two Temple College "bonds of one Thousand Dollars each ($2000)
      transferred to my wife Sarah V. Whitehead,  I desire that the interest
      shall be paid to my daughter Amelia R. Whitehead during her lifetime after
      the death of my wife Sarah, after the death of my daughter Amelia R. I
      will and bequeath Five Hundred Dollars to the Grace Baptist Church and
      Five Hundred Dollars to the Samaritan Hospital and the remaining one
      Thousand dollars to go to my son or sons then living,, should neither of
      them be living, then I desire that Five Hundred dollars shall go to Grace
      Baptist Church and the remaining Five Hundred dollars shall go to the
      Temple College.
         I desire tha thte interest on one Hundred Dollars, Five Dollars shall
      be set asside and expended each year by the person, or persons receiving
      the interest on the above mentioned bonds for the purpose of Keeping my
      grave and burial lot in good order and condition.
         And as to all  the rest residue and remainder of my Estate real,
      personal or mixed of whatever nature or Kind or wheresoever situate at the
      time of my decease I do hereby give and devise and bequeath to my wife
      Sarah V. Whitehead to do with as her judgement, or circumstances, may
      dictate.
         And lastly I do make constitute and appoint my wife Sarah V. Whitehead
      and my son Charles Whitehead to be the Executors of this my last Will and
      Testament hereby revoking all former Wills and Testaments by me at any
      time heretofore made and declaring ths to be my last Will and Testament.
         In Witness Whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my
      seal the Twentieth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand
      eight hundred and ninety eight.  William W. Whitehead {seal}
      Witness: H. M. Marquet, A. Kennedy Caswell; City & Co. of Philadelphia
   dm 1898 Oct 17 20:15
      1898 Nov 09 will proved.
      We do swear that as the Executors of the foregoing last Will and Test't
      ov William W. Whitehead deceased, we will well and truly administer the
      goods and chattels, rights and credits of said deceased, according to
      law; and that we will diligently and faithfully regard and well and truly
      comply with the provisions of the law relating to Collateral Inheritances.
      That the said Testator died on the 17 day of October A. D. 1898 at 8:15
      o'clock P.M. Sarah V. Whitehead, 2200 Venango St.; Charles E. V. Whitehead
      2200 Venango St.
      Ink stamped note: Ececutor discharged by Orphan's Court.
      It is ordered and decreed November 9, 1898 that the above will of William
      W. Whitehead deceased, be admitted to probate. Horation B. Hackett, Regis.
 with Sarah V. (nee _ _) Whitehead
   Amelia R _     Charles E V _  Joseph _
   b              b              b
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Esther Whitehead _
   mm 1694 Dec 21 John Beasor _ Phila. Monthly Meeting. PA2_V9P274.

William Whitehead _
   mf 1707 Jul 11 Sarah Greenfield _, 1682-1756 1'st Presbyt. Phila, PA.
      PA2_V9P274.

Elizabeth Whitehead _
   mm 17280330 William Painter _ Christ Church, Phila, PA. PA2_V9P274.

John Whitehead _
   mf 1733 Jul 27 Mary Peachee _, he a cordwainer of Burlington, she a
      spinstress.  NJA V22 P437/NJ_BuCMR P242 (1738). GMONJ P22
      NJML 1724-34 P235 (1733).

John Whitehead _
   dm ____ ___ __
      1798 ___ __ PA, Philadelphia Administration N167 BH P322
      Know all Men by these Presents, That we John McPhail, Shopkeeper of the
      City of Philad'a & John Kinkaid of the Nor. Lib. Distiler, Malcolm
      McDonnald of the City of Philad'a, Merch't.
      Signed: Jn McPhail, John Kincaid, Malcolm McDonnald
      Witness: Geo. Campbell
      1798 Nov 16 Inventory - very long. Appear to be contents of a store.


Margaret Whitehead _
   mm 17691118 John Atkinson _ PA2_V9P274.

James Whitehead _
   mf 1785 Feb 08 Sarah Wood _, he of Galloway.  NJA V22 P437/GCMR P26

Martha Whitehead _
   mm 17850122 Samuel Wooden _ PA2_V9P274.

Mary Whitehead _
   mm 17860424 John Kersey _ 3'rd Presby Ch, Phila, PA. PA2_V9P274.

John Whitehead _
   mf 1787 Dec 18 Ruth Wescott _ PA2_V9P274.

Joseph Whitehead _
   mf 17920606 Jane Hutchinson _ PA2_V9P274.

Hannah Whitehead _
   mm 18000408 Samuel B. Eyre _ PA2_V9P274.

Susan B. Whitehead _
   mm 1873 Aug 03 Jacob R. Wells _ NJ_GCMR P198. Miss and both of Phila. at
      St. Peter's Church, Clarksboro, NJ by the Rector, Rev. James H. Lamb.
      Certificate: 1874 Jan 13, rec. 1874 Jan 16. NJ_GCHS card records.

James Whitehead _
   mf 1833 Jun 15 Milicent Springer _ NJ_CuCMR P91.

Elizabeth Whitehead _
   df ____ ___ __
      1832 Oct 13 PA, Philadelphia Administration N348 BO P53
      Know all Men by these Presents, That we, James Ewing of the City of Phila.
      Nicholas McGunigle and Martin Duffy of the said City are held firmly bound
      unto the Commonwealth ... James Ewing, Administrator ...
      Signed: James Ewing, Nicholas M Gunigle, Martin Duffy
      Witness: J. B. Lewall, Deputy Register.

   n. Whitehead Nichols in the 1850 Smithtown/Huntington area of L. I., N. Y.
      Janet Bouton 2002/9/8 letter.
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   Wills                      HSP Index to Philadelphia Wills  Ph 15A:2
      Indices 1681-1777, 1777-1825, 1823-1859
   Letters of Administration  HSP Index to Philadelphia Wills  Ph 16A:1
      Indices 1685-1825
      Name                        Type Year   No.    Book   Page
      Benjamin                    Will 1697   159    A      374
      William                     Will 1714    32    B      113
      William                     A    1714    32    B      113
      James                       Will 1776   210    Q      250
      James                       Will 1780   107    R      447
      James                       Will 1780   418    R      579
      John                        A    1799   167    I      322
      Richard                     Will 1806    11    L      451
      William                     Will 1821   130    7      360
      William                     A    1821   284    N      116
      Elizabeth                   Will 1822    17    7      444
      Charles Oglesby Whitehead   Will 1824   105    8      267
      Robert                      ACSA 1825   388    N       77
      Margaret                    Will 1828   102    9      208
      James                       Will 1828   172    9      266
      Margaret                    A    1841   348    P      186
      Hannah                      Will 1851   106    26     317

   Wills 1820-1825 HSP Ph 2A.11
      Charles      5145, 5206, 5427
      Charles O.   5504
      Elizabeth    5206
      Henry        5145, 5206
      Joseph       5206
      Margaret     5504
      Sarah        5145
      William      5145

   Philadelphia Inquirer - Obituary Notices  HSP XR 984:1  1860-1869
      18601110 John Whitehead
      18610903 Mary Whitehead
      18620528 Elizabeth Whitehead
      18630703 Mary Whitehead
      18650124 Alfred Whitehead
      18650405 Alfred (Corp) Whitehead
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   Poulson's  HSP PH 23A.4  Notices of Mg & Deaths in American Daily Advertiser

   1791-1799 P299, 400, 403, 528
      P299 Wm Whitehead d   arb 1798 Sep 05
      P400 son of Wm d1799 Sep 17
           Mrs. Whitehead d1799 Sep 19 comfort of William
      P403 Mrs. Sarah Walgrove d17990922 wd of John Walgrove, sister to Mrs.
           Emma Whitehead

   1800-1810 P65,440,482
      P65  Wm Whitehead m Rebecca Keehmla arb 1802 Oct 22

   1811-1825 P41, 77, 389, 419, 826
      P41  Samuel Whitehead m18170314 Anne Jackson arb 18170317
      P77  Samuel Magill m 18200504 Emma Whitehead, dau John
      P389 Mrs. Penelope d18180201 wife of John  arb 18180210th & 18th
      P419 Edward son of John d18180614 arb 1818/11/4
      P826 Rob't d18251004 arb 18251005

Charles Whitehead
   1826-30  36
      P36  Rev. Charles Whitehead of Batavia, NY m Theodosia T. Grand in New
           Brunswick NJ 1827 Jul 13 by Rv. Dr. Milledollar

George Whitehead
   dm 1722 ___ __ at 86 from England. P703 PAVR V2

George Whitehead
   1831-1833 P620
      P620 Geo. Whitehead, native of Ashton, near Manchester, Eng. Tue at hosp.
           Broadway, NY arb 18321129

George Whitehead
   n. Esquire - a distinguished Philanthropist, no date of death, at
      Waynesborough, Geo. donaged $3000 to Theological Seminary at Princeton.
      NJ_CaCHS, National Gazette & Literary Register, 1821 Dec 24, Phila. PA.
      1822 Jan 18, Phila., PA.

Lafayette M. Whitehead
   dm ____ ___ __ at 49Y? of Laurens Co., GA

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Frank Edward Whitehead
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Whitehead _ et ux Mary
   n. of Roxborough
   dm 1869 Jul __ at 5M
      Misc. Newspaper Notices - Marriages & Deaths 1823-1969 V1,V2 Roxborough,
      East Falls, Manayunk P618 P662 Chronicle & Advertiser 18690710

Jane Whitehead
   mm 1870 Nov 27 John Lord _ Sunday morn in St. Timothy's Ch., Roxborough by
      Rv. William Augustus White.  All of Philadelphia, she a Miss.
      Misc. Newspaper Notices - Marriages & Deaths 1823-1969 V1,V2 Roxborough,
      East Falls, Manayunk P632

Enoch Whitehead
   dm 1890 Apr __ St. Timothy's Burials 1662-1923 22. P23
      Misc. Newspaper Notices - Marriages & Deaths 1823-1969 V1,V2 Roxborough,
      East Falls, Manayunk

Enoch Whitehead
   mf 1887 Aug 24 Margaret "Maggie" F. Haywood _ at residence of bride's mother
      by Rev. N. Terrence, both of Falls of Schuylkill, Phila., PA
      Misc. Newspaper Notices - Marriages & Deaths 1823-1969 V1,V2 Roxborough,
      East Falls, Manayunk P429
   dm 1957 Jan 15 formerly of 3527 Indian Queen Lane, E. Falls, husband of late
      Margaret F. (nee Haywood _) Whitehead, interred Whitemarsh Mem'l Park.
      Misc. Newspaper Notices - Marriages & Deaths 1823-1969 V1,V2 Roxborough,
      East Falls, Manayunk P528

Mary Whitehead
   mm 1859 Apr 07 Harrison Swearer _ of Lower Marion, she Miss of Norristown, PA
      by Rv. Joseph L. Sagebeer at residence of bride's father.
      Misc. Newspaper Notices - Marriages & Deaths 1823-1969 V1,V2 Roxborough,
      East Falls, Manayunk P578

Robert Whitehead
   mf 1857 Sep 09 Margaret Reamshart _ Wed. eve she of Manayunk, he of
      Schuylkill Falls by Rv. A. Culver.
      Misc. Newspaper Notices - Marriages & Deaths 1823-1969 V1,V2 Roxborough,
      East Falls, Manayunk  P75
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LINKAGE BEGIN 02   Isaac Whitehead of New Haven,


Samuel Whitehead _
   n. GDFSNE.
      1635 Caambridge.
      1637 Hartford, perhaps and original proprietor served in the Pequot War
      and long after he had removed to New Haven where he had in 1671 a grant of
      50 acres.
   n.~1663 ___ __ CN_UCCCR V2 P22,23
      This Court doth confirme these as officers to y^e Traine Band at N: Hauen
      as follow: John Nash Cap^t, Thomas Munson Lt., Nathaneel Merriman, Sam^l
      Whitehead, Roger Allyn, James Bishop Sergeants.
   n. GDFSNE.
      1665 made Sergeant of the N. H. comp. V4 P517.
   n.~1668 ___ __ CN_UCCR V2 P150
      This Court grants Sarg^t Tho: Spencer, sixty acres of land for his good
      seruice in the country, prouided he take it up where it may not p^rjudice
      any former grant or plantation.
   n.~1668 ___ __ CN_UCCR V2 P150
   n. 1669 Oct __ CN_UCCR V2 P524
      N: Haven freemen.
      ...
      ...
      Sam^l Whitehead
      ....
   n. 1673 Jan __ CN_UCCR V2 P202 N2.
      That New Haven shall runn two miles and a halfe northward from the
      foot of the Blew Hills on the Mill River, upon that River, and the line
      from a stake there to the foote of the Blew Hills on the East River,  and
      from the sayd two mile and halfe stake along our reare west and by north
      to the end of their bownds: which issue they the Committee for Wallingford
      consented to and accepted, and this to be an issue in loue and peace.
      Memorandum; that the Committee for New Haven doe consent that the meadow
      between the Mill River and East River northward aboue the Blue Hills
      shall be Willingford's, as to the bulk of it, and liberty of drowneing
      it as they shall see cause, allthough the line agreed to should cutt
      through it.
                               Subscribed by the s^d parties:
     ..... .....   ...  Sam^l Whitehead  ....
   mf 1676 May 09 Sarah Grigson _, widow of John Gilbert. GDFSNE.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Gregson. GDFSNE.
   n. 1686 Oct __ CN_UCCCP V3 P215
      Sarj^t Whitehead and Joseph Moss having lost their houseing and great part
      of their substance by fire, this Court remitt their country rate for this
      yeare.
   dm 1690 Sep __
   n. 1694 May __ CN_UCCCR V4 P123
      Whereas Samuel Whitehead of New Hauen in his life time made sale of some
      smale parcell of land in New Hauen to Mr. Pearpoynt and deceassed before
      he gaue deeds for the same, this Court imposers the administrators of the
      estate s^d Whitehead to make, signe, seale and deliuer, sufficient deeds
      for the confirming of the same to the heirs and assignes of sayd Pearpoynt
   df 1698 leaving two Gilberts and two Whitehead to enjoy her estate.
      Samuel, her son of New Haven by wife Tabitha had s. Samuel.
      Stephen, her son of New Haven had Stephen, probably by wife Mary who
      survived him.
   n. 1716 Oct CN_UCCP V5 P575  (see John same item).  No more after this date.
   n. GDFSNE.

 with Sarah (nee Grigson _)
   Samuel _       Stephen _
   b16780609      b16810129

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Isaac Whitehead 05
   mf ____ ___ __ Isabel _ 05
   n. GDFSNE.
      1648 of New Haven.
   n. 1682 inventory of estate of Rev Seth Fletcher. NJA S1 V23
   n. Note also the Daniel Denton connection to Baker et al, Elias Doughty
      Richard Cornwell participated as associated in the purchase with
      Daniel Denton,, John Baylies, Luke Watson.
      "In 1666 PHILIP CARTERET bought out BAYLY, and OGDEN bought out Daniel
       Denton." John Townsend, Sr.
      - rwc.
      "Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey",
      1664 Deed with Indians V1 P15-16, P669, P671, 1685 P504-506;
      V_XIII P103, N.J. Archives
      c) a lenghty plea by ISAAC WHITEHEAD, noting that BAKER, et al,
      have been prevented by force from exercising their patent
      relating to the Elizabethtown deed.
      ref   ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nj/history/new_je2.txt
   n. GDFSNE.
      1666 removed soon after from New Haven, CN to Elizabethtown, NJ.
   wm 1690/1 Mar 24
      Grantor: Isaac Whitehead of Elizabethtown, cordwainer et ux Isabel
      Grantee: Samuel Whitehead of Southampton, LI, cordwainer
 with Mary (nee _ 05) Whitehead
   Susannah 06    Isaac 06       Mary 06        Sarah 06       Samuel 06
   b16500805      b16521120      b16541120      b16560103      b16580601
   Joseph 06      Grace 06
   b16610429      b16631112

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Susannah Whitehead 06
   bf 1650 Aug 05 to Isaac Whitehead 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Whitehead at
      New Haven. GDFSNE.
   mm 1665 Jan 03 Nathaniel Bunnell 06 at New Haven.  Bunnill GDFSNE.

Isaac Whitehead 06
   bm 1652 Nov 20 to Isaac Whitehead 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Whitehead at New
      Haven. GDFSNE.
   mf>1691 ___ __ Elizabeth Hinds 06 may be Isabel
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Hinds 05
   n. History of Elizabeth, NJ - Edwn Francis Hatfield
      1692 Sep 16 Essex Co., High Sheriff.
           Oct 10 Isaac Whitehead and Benj. Price, Jr. Justices of Peace for
      E. Town.
      1693 jan 29 IW,BP2, John Lyon2 Judges of Small Causes.
      1693 Feb 21 IW Lieutenant of the E. Town Company of Foot.
      1693 Apr 01 Essex Co. Coroner. Apparently favored by Hamilton.
      1693 Nov 04 Captain of the Foot Company
   n. 1695 Obadiah Ayres indebted to Isaac Whitehead et al. NJA S1 V23 P19
   wm 1726 NJA S1 V23 P116
      Capt. Isaac Whitehead has sold property to Joseph Crane mention in
      his will.
   dm 1724 Jul 01
 with Elizabeth (nee Hinds 06) Whitehead

Mary Whitehead 06
   bf 1654 Nov 20 to Isaac Whitehead 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Whitehead at New
      Haven. GDFSNE.
   df 1654 Dec 14

Sarah Whitehead 06
   bf 1656 Jan 03 to Isaac Whitehead 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Whitehead at New
      Haven. GDFSNE.

Samuel Whitehead 06
   bm 1658 Jun 01 to Isaac Whitehead 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Whitehead at New
      Haven. GDFSNE.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Warren 06
   n. 1696 will of Richard Baker of Essex Co.  NJA S1 V23 P24
      Witness: Samuel Whitehead
   n. 1709 will of William Brant of Elizabethtown.  NJA S1 V23 P58
      Witness: Samuel Whitehead
   n. 1710 will of Thomas Clarke of Elizabethtown.  NJA S1 V23 P95
      Witness: Samuel Whitehead
   n. 1711/12 will of Isaac Bonnel of Elizabethtown.  NJA S1 V23 P48
      Witness: Samuel Whitehead, Jonathan Dickinson and Cornelius Hatfield.
   n. 1714 Samuel Whtiehead in debt to John Bowne, Monmouth Co. NJA S1 V23 P52?.
   n. 1715 will of John Chaplin of Elizabethtown.  NJA S1 V23 P89
      Witness: Samuel Whitehead, Samuel Whitehead, Jr. and Margaret Baker.
   n. 1715 will of William Dixon of Elizabethtown.  NJA S1 V23 P139
      Witness: Samuel Whitehead, Jonathan Dickinson and Cornelius Hatfield.
   n. 1723 will of Daniel Crane of Elizabethtown.  NJA S1 V23 P115,116
      Witness: Samuel Whitehead, Jonathan Dickinson and Daniel Pierson.
   n. wm ____ ___ __ will of John Warren of Elizabeth, mentions Mary, eldest
      daughter of Samuel Whitehead of Southampton. Proved 1691 Mar 28.
   wm 1734 Jan 31
      Samuel Whitehead 06 cordwainer, wife Mary, sole legatee,
      Witness: Jonathan Dickinson
   dm ____ ___ __
      1735 Nov 07 proved.
 with Mary (nee Warren 06) Whitehead
   Mary 07        Samuel 07

Joseph Whitehead 06
   bm 1661 Apr 29 to Isaac Whitehead 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Whitehead at New
      Haven. GDFSNE.
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane Price 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ephraim Price 05
   wm 1714 Dec 19 NJA Abstracts V_ P508
      Joseph Whitehead of Elizabethtown, NJ wife Jaen sole heiress,
      father-in-law Ephraim Price executrix
      Witness: Isaac Whitehead
   dm ____ ___ __
      1715 Apr 26 proved.

Grace Whitehead 06
   bf 1663 Nov 12 to Isaac Whitehead 05 et ux Mary (nee _ 05) Whitehead at New
      Haven. GDFSNE.


LINKAGE END 02 Isaac Whitehead of New Haven,

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   ld 1689 12 03 NJPLD B_D P270
      Grantor: Isaac_Whitehead,_Sr.
      Grantee: Joseph_Whitehead
      Description: Newark,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1689 12 03 NJPLD B_D P273
      Grantor: Isaac_Whitehead,_Sr.
      Grantee: Joseph_Whitehead
      Description: Newark,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1690 03 24 NJPLD B_D P282
      Grantor: Isaac_Whitehead,_et_ux
      Grantee: Samuel_Whitehead
      Description: Elizabethtown,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1690 03 24 NJPLD B_D P282
      Grantor: Isaac_Whitehead_et_ux
      Grantee: Samuel_Whitehead
      Description: Elizabethtown,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1691 10 03 NJPLD B_D P307
      Grantor: John_Ogden
      Grantee: Samuel_Whitehead
      Description: Elizabethtown,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1691 11 19 NJPLD B_E P77
      Grantor: Isaac_Whitehead
      Grantee: John_Lyon
      Description: Long_Neck,_Elizabethtown,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1693 08 28 NJPLD B_E P46
      Grantor: Proprietors_of_East_New_Jersey
      Grantee: Isaac_Whitehead
      Description: Elizabethtown,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1694 05 22 NJPLD B_E P117
      Grantor: Proprietors_of_East_New_Jersey
      Grantee: Isaac_Whitehead
      Description: Wdbr,_Elizabethtown,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1695 08 01 NJPLD B_F P240
      Grantor: Thomas_Johnston_et_ux
      Grantee: Samuel_Whitehead
      Description: Elizabeth_Town,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1696 12 08 NJPLD B_F P157
      Grantor: East_New_Jersey_Society
      Grantee: Samuel_Whitehead
      Description: Elizabeth_Town,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1718 03 10 NJPLD B_B2 P29
      Grantor: John_Harrison
      Grantee: Nathianiell_Whitehead
      Description: Unappropriated_lands,_Middlesex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1727 07 10 NJPLD B_DD P12
      Grantor: Elizabeth_Biddle
      Grantee: James_Whitehead
      Description: Hunterdon_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1729 10 21 NJPLD B_K P147
      Grantor: Nathan_Whitehead
      Grantee: Zerrujah_Whitehead,_Mary_Whitehead
      Description: Elizabethtown,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1729 10 21 NJPLD B_K P147
      Grantor: Nathan_Whitehead
      Grantee: Zerrujah_Whitehead,_Mary_Whitehead
      Description: Elizabethtown,_Essex_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1731 06 10 NJPLD B_DD P14
      Grantor: James_Whitehead
      Grantee: Charles_Woolverton
      Description: Hunterdon_Co.,_N._J.

   ld 1735 08 22 NJPLD B_E P275
      Grantor: James_Whitehead_et_ux
      Grantee: Samuel_Johnson
      Description: Hunterdon_Co.,_N._J.

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William Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Abby Coe _
   bf 1776
   df 1853
 with
   William A _    John _
   b18100210      b              b              b              b

William Adee Whitehead _
   bm 1810 Feb 10 to William Whitehead _ et ux Abby (nee Coe _)
   mf 1834 Jul 11 Margaret Elizabeth Parker _, at Perth Amboy, NJ., by Rev. J.
      Chapman. Father: John Parker, Esq. NJ_GCHS cardfile.
   bf 1809 ___ __ to James Parker _ et ux Penelope (nee Butler _).  Honorable
      James Parker.
   df 1886
   dm 1884 Aug 08 in Perth Amboy, NJ.
 with Margaret Elizabeth (nee Parker _) .  Five children.
   b              b              b              b              b

John Whitehead _
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Whitehead _ et ux Abby (nee Coe _)
   n. Developer of Key West, FL. assisted by brother William A.
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Asa Whitehead _
   mf 1839 May 13 Charlotte Pennington _, he an Esq., by Rev. Mr. Eddy, she the
      daughter of the late Hon. Wm. S. Pennington; all of Newark.  CM18390529
      Camden Mail.  NJ_GCHS cardfile.
      1826 Apr 15 Washington Whig, John I. McChesney - Publisher, Index P121.
         Married in Newark, on Thursday evening by the Rev. Wm. T. Hamilton, Asa
      Whitehead, Esq. to Miss Phebe Pennington, daughter of the Hon. Wm. S.
      Pennington, all of that town.
   bf ____ ___ __ to William S. Pennington _
   dm 1860 May 26 at 65 years in Newark. TWC18600605 The Woodbury Constitution
      NJ_GCHS cardfile.
   n. GF_Whitehead2818.

James Whitehead _
   n. 1728/9 creditor of James Beck, of Burlington Co., NJA S1 V23 P19.

Isaac Whitehead  _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Miller _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _

Benjamin Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hester _ _
   ld 1683 Jul 03 Philadelphia Exemplification B_ P___  LDS#00218[69-72]
      250 acres in Philadelphia, Bristol Twp.
      Grantor: William Penn
      Grantee: Benjamin Whitehead
   n. PAA_S_V_P
      Att a Councill held at Philadelphia ye 27th 12th mo., 1683.PRESENT:
      Wm. PENN, Propor and Govr.James Harrison,Wm. Haigue,Wm. Clayton,Wm. Biles,
      Chris. Taylor,Tho: Holmes,Lasse Cock.  The Grand Jury names are as
      followed:Robt Euer, foreman.  Samll Carpenter,Andrew Griscom,
      Benj. Whitehead,Jno. Barnes,Samll Allen,Jno. Parsons,Rich. Orne,Jno. Day,
      Jno. ffisher,Jno. Barnes (again),Gunner Rambo,Enock flower,Henr: Drystreet
      .Tho: Mosse,Tho: Ducket,Denis Lince,Tho: Phillyps,Tho: Millard,Jno.
      Yattman,Barnaby Wilcox.POST MERIDIEM.The Grand Jury made their return, and
      found the Bill.Ordered that those that were absent of the Petty Jury
      should be fined40s each man.  Margarit Matson's Indictmnt was read, and
      she pleads not Gu....
   ld 1686 Jun 04 Philadelphia Exemplification B7 P332  LDS#0021872
      Grantor: Benjamin Whitehead, Merchant et ux Hester/Ester (found both ways
      in document).
      Grantee: Christopher Sibthorp
      Description: 250 acres in Bristoll Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA purchased
      of Wm. Penn 16840407.
      1698 Mar 05 Sibthorp to John Morris
   wm 1697 Feb 13 or 1698, 1697 Feb 18 or 1698 Will N159 BA P374, PA, Phila.
      Benjamin Whitehead, will of.
      Estate to daughter Esther and youngest daughter, Elizabeth.  Wife's name
      not given.
      Executors: John Arrowsmith and John Murry.
      Witnesses: Thomas Cresse, Anthony Taylor, Jacob Willis.
 with Hester
   Hester _       Elizabeth _

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Oliver Whitehead _
   bm
   mf 1715 Nov 27 Frances Hobart _ Pennsylvania Archives V9 P274, 2'nd Series
      Rev/UPA F146.P41 HSP
 with Frances (nee Hobart _) Whitehead
   William
   z17161225

William Whitehead
   bm ____ ___ __ to Oliver Whitehead _ et ux Frances (nee Hobart _)
      Whitehead
   zm 1716 Dec 25 PA_PCB P536

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Thomas Whitehead _
   mf 1762 Jan 18 Mary Huffman _, Pennsylvania Archives V9 P274, 2'nd Series
      Rev/UPA F146.P41 HSP
 with Mary (nee Huffman _) Whitehead
   Sarah _
   b17630817

Sarah Whitehead
   bf 1763 Aug 17 to Thomas Whitehead _ et ux Mary (nee Huffman _) Whitehead
      PA_PCB3
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Mary Whitehead _
   mm 1764 Aug 06 Michael Crysap _

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LINKAGE BEGIN 03    Timothy Whitehead

James Whitehead 04
   dm 1704

Timothy Whitehead 05
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Whitehead 04 of Scotland an early settler of
      Elizabethtown, NJ not known to be related to the English Whiteheads, also
      early settlers.  Timothy's father died 7 months
      before his birth.
   mf 1728 ___ __ Magdaline J. Loine 05, a Hugenot came to America the time of
      the Persecution. GTW. Also seen as Anne Madeline Joline 05.
   bf 1729 Apr 07 Monday to Andrew J. Loine 04.  Also seen as Andrew Joline.
   n. wm 1753 ___ __
      John Cooper mentions Timothy Whitehead, Esq.
   n. wm 1755 ___ __
      Thomas Baker mentions Timothy Whitehead, Esq.
   n. wm 1760 ___ __
      Benjamin Wade mentions Timothy Whitehead, Esq.
   wm 1779 Jul 26 Liber 20 P354
      Timothy Whitehead
      to daughter Prudence Bonnel #700, widow of Henry;
      to daughter Magdalena Wade's children #150, wife of Daniel;
      to son Timothy, all my cooper's tools and to his children #100;
      to grandson Abner #150; to children of my son Andrew, deceased, #50,
      Charlotte and Elizabeth Whitehead; to grandson David Whitehead;
      to children of my son Elias Whitehead, when they come of age:
      James to receive a double portion if he should appear to be reformed.
      Executor: Timothy Whitehead, my son, Daniel Wade my son-in-law.
   dm 1779 Sep 06 at 75Y
      1779 Nov 01 proved.
   df 1783 Aug 02
 with Magdaline (nee J. Loine 05) Whitehead
   Magdalena 06   Prudence 06    Timothy 06     Andrew J 06    Elias 06
   b17290407      b17300602      b17351030      b17320627      b17370822

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Magdalena Whitehead 06
   bf 1729 Apr 07 to Timothy Whitehead 05 et ux Magdaline J. (nee Loine 05)
      Whitehead
   mf ____ ___ __ Daniel Wade 06
   n. wm 1760 Jan 07
      Robert Wade
      Witness: Elizs Whitehead, Andrew Whitehead, Timothy Whitehead, Jr.
   dm 1793 Jul
   df 1783 Aug 02
 with Daniel Wade 06

Prudence Whitehead 06
   bf 1730 Jun 02 to Timothy Whitehead 05 et ux Magdaline J. (nee Loine 05)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ Henry Bonnel 06
   wm 1772 Apr 09
      Henry Bonnel
      Witness: Elias Whitehead, Sarah Whitehead, Joanna Whitehead.
   df 1784 Sep
 with Henry Bonnel 06

Andrew Joline Whitehead 06
   bm 1732 Jun 27 to Timothy Whitehead 05 et ux Magdaline J. (nee Loine 05)
      Whitehead
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ 06
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail _ 06
   n. wm 1760 Jan 07
      Robert Wade, will of.
      Witness: Elizs Whitehead, Andrew Whitehead, Timothy Whitehead, Jr.
   dm 1777 Sep __
 with
   Charlotte 07   Elizabeth 07   David 07
   b              b17730602      b177_

Timothy Whitehead 06
   bm 1735 Oct 30 to Timothy Whitehead 05 et ux Magdaline J. (nee Loine 05)
      Whitehead. Vail on face?
   n. minuteman
   n. wm 1753 ___ __
      John Cooper mentions Timothy Whitehead, Esq.
   n. wm 1755 ___ __
      Thomas Baker mentions Timothy Whitehead, Esq.
   n. wm 1760 ___ __
      Benjamin Wade mentions Timothy Whitehead, Esq.
   mf ____ ___ __ Joanna Miller 05 Bonnell 05 widow of Nathaniel.
      1763 Nov 18 Nathaniel Bonnell died at Madison, NJ and buried in the Bottle
      Hill Presbyterian Cemetery there. His widow maried second, Deacon Timothy
      Whitehead.
   n. Pvt NJ militia, 1780 Jun 07-08 Gen'l George Washington's itinerary shows
      he was at Timothy Whitehead, Union, NJ (Battle of Springfield).
   df 1793 Feb 01 and interred in the Bottle Hill Presbyterian cemetery at
      Madison, NJ at 81Y(91) LDSR0016512 P3 L87 JW/In memory of Joanna/widow of
      Capt. Nath'l Bonnel & Timothy Whitehead who di-/ed Februy the 1st 1793/
      aged 81y/     may say 91.
   wm 1802 Apr 04
      Timothy Whitehead of Springfield Twp., Essex Co., Will of.  Son Elias, use
      of houses and lands which he now occupies as surveyed and divided by
      Silas Ward, provided he suppoerts his wife and children, otherwise
      executors to take possession of said lands.  Said lands, after decease of
      son, Elias, to be divided between his children, Timothy and Abby, and such
      other legitimate children he may have: also said grand children, 2 equal
      fifth parts of all lands I have purchased in the State of Kentucky and 2
      equal fifth parts of residue.  Son Moses, the houses and lands he now
      occupies, as surveyed by Silas ward; also 2 equal fifth parts of my land
      in Kentucky and 2 equal fifth parts of the residue.  To Mary Denman
      (daughter of John Denman) $50.  Daughter Mary (wife of Abraham Parkhurst).
      land that said Abraham Parkhurst now occupies, as surveyed by Silas Ward;
      also one equal fifth part of my land in Kentucky and one fifth part of
      residue.
      Executors: son Moses Whitehead and son-in-law Abraham Parkhurst.
      Witness: Andrew Wilson, samuel Parkhurst, Moses Crane.
   dm 1805 Apr 27 at Springfield, NJ.
      1805 Apr 27 Will proved.
 with
   Elias 07       Moses 07       Mary 07
   b              b              b

Elias Whitehead 06
   bm 1737 Aug 22 Monday to Timothy Whitehead 05 et ux Magdaline J. (nee
      Loine 05) Whitehead.
   mf~1760 ___ __ Ruth Bonnel _ 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Bonnel 05, Maj. Esq. J? Court one of the first
      settlers of Connecticut Farms, the same place where Grandson David was
      born 5th mo, 16th da, 7th day of the week 9th hour in the day the 12th of
      the Moon of 1761.
   df 1763 Mar 19 at Connecticut Farms, NJ.
      1763 3rd 29th?
   n. wm 1760 Jan 07
      Robert Wade, will of.
      Witness: Elizs Whitehead, Andrew Whitehead, Timothy Whitehead, Jr.
   mf 1763 9th __ _ _ 06 when David 07 was 2.5Y.
   mf 1774 ___ __ Jane _ 06
   n. 1776 Elias in the militia.
   wm 1778 Dec 19
      Elias Whitehead Adm'x Jane, his widow
      Bondsman: Timothy Whitehead
   n. 1777 was Justice of the Peace.
   dm 1773 Jun 09 leaving 2 sons, 5 daughters.
   dm 1778 vita potius of smallpox?
      1778 Dec 22 Inv. by Daniel ....Wade  196.0.2
   mm ____ ___ __ Tichenor _ 06
 with Ruth (nee Bonnel 06) Whitehead
   David 07       James 07
   b17610516      b1763
 with __(nee _ 06) Whitehead
   Sarah 07       Lois 07        Prudence 07    Rachel 07      Alice 07
   b              b              b17700417      b              b
 with Jane (nee _ 06) Whitehead no issue.

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Charlotte Whitehead 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Andrew Joline Whitehead 06 et ux

Elizabeth Whitehead 07
   bf 1773 Jun 02 to Andrew Joline Whitehead 06 et ux

David Whitehead 07
   bm 177_ ___ __ to Andrew Joline Whitehead 06 et ux

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Elias Whitehead 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Timothy Whitehead 06 et ux

Moses Whitehead 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Timothy Whitehead 06 et ux

Mary Whitehead 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Timothy Whitehead 06 et ux



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David Whitehead 07
   bm 1761 May 16 to Elias Whitehead 06 et ux Ruth (nee Bonnel 06) Whitehead
   n. David kept a diary:             2009/01/11 GTW
      Had an aunt Prudence.  Father's older sister.
      Went to live with GF Bonnels. Knawed the paint of chairs and got whipped.
      StepGM hung herself.
      David was often sick.
      Had uncle Andrew Whitehead.
      Was sick 3 months and almost died.
      Diary now owned by Virginia Benson of MI. Documents line to James of
         Scotland.
   n. Extensive letters available in Rev. War Pension files.  See footnote.com
   n. of Lyon Farms
   mf 1797 Apr 10 Jemmima Fremer 07 of Camptown.
   n. Possibly a chairmaker 1801 of Elizabethtown or Newark area advertising for
      an apprentice and journeyman, 1818 for several journeyman.

James Whitehead 07
   bm 1763 Mar 19 to Elias Whitehead 06 et ux Ruth (nee Bonnel 06) Whitehead
      and it seems she died in childbirth or shortly thereafter.
   n. Was in the Army.
   n. 1778 Apr 20 was in the exchange of prisoners for Gen'l Washington.
   n. Extensive letters available in Rev. War Pension files.  See footnote.com
   n. 1825 letter from Springfield, NJ had 13 children.
   mf 1787 Jan 04 Phoebe Searing _ in Springfield, NJ.
 with    1825 letter from Sprngfield, NJ - Rev. War files. 2009/01/11 GTW.
   John 08        David 08       Caleb 08       Elias 08       James 08
   b              b              b              b              b
   Lewis 08
   b              b              b              b              b

   b              b              b              b              b

Sarah Whitehead 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Elias Whitehead 06 et ux Jane (nee _ 06) Whitehead

Lois Whitehead 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Elias Whitehead 06 et ux Jane (nee _ 06) Whitehead

Prudence Whitehead 07
   bf 1770 Apr 17 to Elias Whitehead 06 et ux Jane (nee _ 06) Whitehead
   mm 1786 Feb 19 Melyn Baker 07
   bm 1760 Jan 10
   dm 1826 Jan 20
   df 1833 Dec 17
   dm 1826 Jan 20

Rachel Whitehead 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Elias Whitehead 06 et ux Jane (nee _ 06) Whitehead

Alice Whitehead 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Elias Whitehead 06 et ux Jane (nee _ 06) Whitehead


LINKAGE END 03  Timothy Whitehead

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Jane Whitehead
   mm 1819 Dec 18 Joseph Lawson both of Moreland Twsp, Montgomery Co., PA P118

Leonard Whitehead
   wm 1768 Mar 21
      Leonard Whitehead, Middlesex Co., NJ. no relation named.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 06  Matthew Whitehead/Elizabeth Pine


Matthew Whitehead 05
   mf 1772 Nov 18 Elizabeth Pine 05 PA2_V9P274
   dm 1807 Nov 20 at 68y interred Christ Church Cem. PA2_V9P482
 with Elizabeth (nee Pine 05) Whitehead
   William 06     Thomas 06      John 06        Letitia 06
   b17731024      b17750614      b17770222      b17781024

William Whitehead 06
   bm 1773 Oct 24 to Matthew Whitehead 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Pine 05)
      Whitehead. PA_PCB3

Thomas Whitehead 06
   bm 1775 Jun 14 to Matthew Whitehead 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Pine 05)
      Whitehead. PA_PCB3

John Whitehead 06
   bm 1777 Feb 22 to Matthew Whitehead 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Pine 05)
      Whitehead. PA_PCB3

Letitia Whitehead 06
   bm 1778 Oct 24 to Matthew Whitehead 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Pine 05)
      Whitehead. PA_PCB3

LINKAGE END 06     Matthew Whitehead

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Leonard Whitehead
   n. 1768 Mar 21 of Middlesex

John Whitehead
   n. 1776 Aug 06 Boston, Jul 29 Tories brought to Boston and imprisoned who
      supposedly left Halifax a month previously - John Whitehead et al. P362
      PAVR929.1748 PENN V2.

William Whitehead
   n. Capt.
   mf 1802 Oct 18 Rebecca Kemble _ by Rv. Mr. Turner, both of Southwark, Phila.
      P540 PAVR/

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John Whitehead
   bm<1785
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R56 P107B L9
      PA, Philadelphia Co., W. Southwark Other:  free____  slaves____
 John Whitehead_________/__ __ __ _1 __/__ __ __ _1 __/__ __ _____________
 _______________________ 26-44MW
 _______________________ 26-44FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R___ P062
      PA, Phila., Dublin   Unnatur __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __

John Whitehead
   bm 1791 ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna B.
   bf 1800
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R1163 P686 L19 1814/1926 P266
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Phila., 13th Ward
      PO: Philadelphia, 1860 Jul 03 A. B. Walters, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John Whitehead             69M Watchmaker                 PA
 Ann B.                     60F                            NJ
 William W.                 32M Watchmaker       3000  2000NJ
   df 1877 Mar 13 at 77Y in Phila arb WJP18770321 of Camden, NJ.

Elias Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret _ _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R___ P096
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Southwark   Unnatur __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Elias__________/_ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_
 _______________________ __-__
 _______________________ 45-$_MW
 _______________________ 45-$_FW
 _______________________ 26-44MW
 _______________________ 26-44FW
 _______________________ 16-25MW
 _______________________ 16-25FW
 _______________________ 16-18MW
 _______________________ 10-15MW
 _______________________ 10-15FW
 _______________________ 00-09MW
 _______________________ 00-09FW
   df ____ ___ __
      1841 Dec 14 PA, Philadelphia Administration  N348
      Know all Men by these Presents, That we Elias Whitehead and Wm. Rosell
      of the District of Southwark and Adam Fitzgerald of Moyamensing all of the
      county of Phila'a are held ..... Elias Whitehead Administrator or all and
      singular the Goods, Chattels and Credits of Margaret Whitehead, Deceased,
      ...
      Signed: Elias Whitehead, William Rosell, Adam Fitzgerald.
      Witness: J. B. Sewall, Deputy Register
      that Elias Whitehead is the husband of the deceased.
 with Margaret (nee _ _) Whitehead


Elias Whitehead _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R157 P372 L6
      PA, Philadelphia Co., W. Southwark ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elias Whitehead _________/0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _______________________ 30-39MW
 _______________________ 30-39FW
 _______________________ 15-19MW
 _______________________ 15-19MW
 _______________________ 15-19FW
 _______________________ 10-14FW
 _______________________ 05-09MW
 _______________________ 05-09MW
 _______________________ 05-09MW
 _______________________ 00-04FW
 _______________________ 00-04FW

David Whitehead
   bm 181_
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R110 P109B L10
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Southwark   Unnatur __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 David Whitekead/1 0 0 0 1 _/1 0 0 2 _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_
 (David)________________ 26-44MW
 _______________________ 26-44FW
 _______________________ 26-44FW
 _______________________ 00-09MW
 _______________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R488 P117 L19
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Kensington   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________________________/0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________/0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R488 P117 L19
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Kensington   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Whitekead__________/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

William Whitehead _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   wm~1822 ___ __ #5145
      William Whitehead, Dist. of Southwark.  Provide for wife Sarah, dispose of
      two sloops: Martha & Phenix & boat Walter C. Browne plus goods in Mobile.
      Sons: Charles, Henry.

_ Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   wf~1822 ___ __ HSP RXW PA PH14,  Willbooks 7-8 1818-end of 1824, 1825,Beg of
      1826 #5206
      Elizabeth Whitehead, District of Southwark, weak in body, my 3 children,
      eldest son Joseph, Charles, daughter Sarah Tatum, grandsons Charles
      Whitehead, Henry Whitehead, Marshall? Buck.

Charles Ogleby Whitehead _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Lynch? _
   wm ____ ___ __
      Charles Ogleby Whitehead, beloved wife Margaret Whitehead.
   wf ____ ___ __ HSP RXW PA PH15 will books 9-10 #102 1826-1833 GS 273-4(5242)
      Margaret Whitehead, appoints nieces Margaret M. Little, Hannah McDowell,
      brother Obadiah Lynch, nephew Thomas McDowell, niece Ann Hulings, niece
      Sara Florence, wd, niece Sarah Yonker, brother Wm. S. Rikns, niece Lydia
      McDowell.
      Others: Mary Ann Hastings & sister Susannah Leach & her brother _ Leach.

Robert Whitehead _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R108 P209B L6
      PA, Philadelphia, Upper Delaware   Unnatur __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Robert         /0 0 0 0 0 1/0 1 0 1 _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_
 _______________________ 45-$_MW
 _______________________ 26-44FW
 _______________________ 10-15FW
   n. wf 1811 Oct 10 PAPCWA - Philadelphia County Will Abstracts B4 P4201 N99
      Phebe Pemberton, widow of James Pemberton of Phila., former husband Samuel
      Morton.  To niece Esther Eddy, widow of George Eddy & her ten children
      viz. Lewis, George, Charles, James, Mary Ann, Esther, Catherine, Phebe,
      Lucy & Frances Eddy, their uncle David Lewis to manage their share during
      minority - To niece Ann Wharton wife of Thomas Wharton and her sister
      Sarah Green - to niece Sarah wife of Robert Lewis & their children, dau.
      Phebe only one named - to Mary Mifflin widow, and to her dau. Lydia
      Husband - to friend Sarah Harrison - to friend, Rebecca Jones, Rebecca
      Price and Sarah Matthews - to aunt Ruth Lewis widow of uncle Ellis - to
      cousin Mary Dickinson sister of Cyrus Newlan - to Hannah Elliott and
      Sarah Parrish Jr. in trust for Monthely Meetinf of Phila - to nephew
      David Lewis adn his wife Mary Lewis - to niece Phebe Waln - to nephew
      Robert Murdock - to three nephews, Robert, Lawrance & Nathaniel Lewis -
      to niece Mary Lewis, Jr. - to niece Sarah Green - to niece Emeline
      Murdock - to nieces Esther Eddy, Elizabeth Higbee and Mary Glen - to
      sister-in-law Lucy Jervis - to sister in law Francis Lewis, widow - to
      nephews Robert, John and Lawrence Lewis and their sister Mary Lewis, Jr. -
      to great nieces viz. Ann Wharton, Mary Ann Eddy, Mary Porcol, Virginia
      Higbee, Mary Lewis, Phebe Lewis, Frances Glen and Harriot Murdock -
      mentions children of brother Lewis, dec'd - all residue to nephews and
      nieces, viz. Robert Murdock, Mary Glen, her bro. Nathaniel Lewis,
      Elizabeth Higbee and her brothers Robert, John and Lawrence Lewis -
      Exrs nephews Robert Waln, David Lewis, Robert Murdock & Lawrence Lewis.
      Signed 1811 Oct 11. Proved 1812 Aug 31
      Witness: Eden Haydock, Catharine Roberts, Hannah Haines -
      Cod. 1812 Apr 04
      Witness: Catharine Roberts, Esther M. Roberts
      Cod. 1812 May 20 to Catharine Cammal & Sarah Stafford who now live with
      her. to Rachel Downing who lived with her many years - to Essex a
      coloured man, if still in her service.  Recorded P183.
   n. wm 1812 Feb 12 PAPCWA - Philadelphia County Will Abstracts B5 P4405 N94
      Proved 1814 Sep 08
      Witness: Robert Whitehead, Joseph Lewis, John Kline  Rec. P309

Widow Whitehead _
   n. may be 1'st name since the Widow surname occurs.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R108 P202B L11
      PA, Philadelphia, Upper Delaware   Unnatur __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Widow Whitehead/0 1 0 2 1 0/1 1 0 2 1/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_
 (Widow)________________ 45-$_FW
 _______________________ 26-44MW
 _______________________ 26-44FW
 _______________________ 26-44FW
 _______________________ 16-25MW
 _______________________ 16-25MW
 _______________________ 16-25FW
 _______________________ 10-15MW
 _______________________ 10-15FW
 _______________________ 00-09FW

James Whitehead _
   bm 1823 ___ __
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P109
      PA, Phila., N. Liberty  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________________________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0/
   mf ____ ___ __ Isabella _ _
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R1163 P738 L2 2168/2316 P318
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Phila, 13th Ward
      PO: Philadelphia, 1860 Jul 10 A. B. Walters, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 James Whitehead            37M Coach Trimmer           300PA
 Isabella                   32F                            PA
 Alfred                     11M                            PA
 John                       10M                            PA
 William                     8M                            PA
 Thomas                      4M                            PA
 James                      9mM                            PA
   n. CCD, coachtrimmer, 728 N 9th. 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Charles Whitehead _
   n. probably son of Elizabeth
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R488 P117 L31
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Kensington   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Whitehead _______/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Charles)______________ 20-29MW
 _______________________ 20-29FW
 _______________________ 00-04MW

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LINKAGE BEGIN 05    Richard Whitehead   Philadelphia/Scrivener


Richard Whitehead 05
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Sophia _ 05
   mf 1780 Jun 20 Margaret Leech 05 by license, he a scrivener, PA_SM&ZCR.
   bf 1755 ___ __ to
   ld 1784 Apr 01 Philadelphia Exemplification B4 P124  LDS#0021872
      Grantor: Auction by
      Grantee: Richard Whitehead
      Description: the barracks in N. Liberties of the City of Philadelphia for
      62 pounds, he being the highest bidder.  Marked on said map or plat #52
      situate on the west side of St. John St. and South side of Green St., the
      west side of St. John St. 20 feet extending in depth from Green St. to a
      four foot wide alley of 300 feet northwest from January St. and bounded
      on the west by Lot 53 of John Keen.
   ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification B4 P405DS#0021872
      Grantor:
      Grantee: Richard Whitehead, Scrivener
      Description: for 38 pounds
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P420   R___ P214 C_/_.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Phila. Northern Dist. between Vine & Race and from
      the River Delaware to the River Schuylkill
 Name                                              16+ <16  >0   F   S
 Richard Whitehead                                  03  00  02  00  00
 (Richard)_______________16-$ MW
 (Margaret)______________00-$ FW
 ________________________16-$ MW
 ________________________16-$ MW
 ________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 R___ P155
      PA, Phila.   Other:  free____  slaves____
 Richard Whitehead______/01 00 00 00 01/01 02 00 01 01/__ __ _____________
 (Richard)______________ 46-$_MW
 (Margaret)_____________ 46-$_FW
 _______________________ 26-45FW
 _______________________ 10-15FW
 _______________________ 10-15FW
 _______________________ 00-09MW
 _______________________ 00-09FW
   wm 1806 ___ __ PA_PCW 11  BL P451
      Richard Whitehead
   dm 1806 Jan 05 Poulson's  HSP PH 23A.4  Notices of Mg & Deaths in American
      Daily Advertiser 1800-1810 arb 1806 Jan 07 P440
      1806 Jan 13 Philadelphia Administration N6 BK P231
      Know all men by these presents, that we Margaret Whitehead of the City of
      Phila', widow of Richard Whitehead dec'd, Thomas Allibone of the said City
      Merchant & Joseph Cooper of the s'd City, merchant .....
      Signed: Margaret Whitehead, Thomas Allibone, Joseph Cooper.
      Witness: Joseph Wampole.
   df 1828 Aug 09 in 73rd year arb Poulson's ADA P329 relict of Richard, Esq.
 with Sophia
   Benjamin 06
   b17770418

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Benjamin Whitehead 06
   bm 1777 Apr 18 to Richard Whitehead 05 et ux Sophia PA_PCB

LINKAGE END 05   Richard Whitehead   Philadelphia/Scrivener

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_ Whitehead 2d
   mf ____ ___ __ _ _ 2d
   bf 1729
   df 1803 Jun 29 at 74Y 2ndPCR P410

Jacob Whitehead 06
   bm
   mf 1776 May 19 Christiana Capeheart _ at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila., PA
      by Rev. James Sproulie. PA2_V9P274.

James Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   bf 1822
   df 1873 Jan 05 at 51Y at Mill Ck., Montgomery Co. - Chronicle & Advertiser.
      Misc. Newspaper Notices - Marriages & Deaths 1823-1969 V1,V2 Roxborough,
      East Falls, Manayunk P297.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 04   James Whitehead   Philadelphia Workhouse Keeper

James Whitehead 05
   bm 1694 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 05
   wm 1771 Jan 22 Phil. Will (Abst.) 1724-1802 HSP Ph 4A.2 Rec. Q, 210, 250
      James Whitehead, wife Mary, children: William, James, John, Eliz'h, Deb'h;
      grandchild Lydia Walton.
   dm 1776 Jan 24 at 84 years.
      James Whitehead dec'd. & widow Mary. Phila Eve. Post P361.
      Widow Whitehead - her husband was keeper of the work house. PAVR929.1748
      PENN V2 P108.
      1791 May 02 PA, Philadelphia Administration N59 BI P244
      Know all Men by these Presents, That we, James Whitehead, John Whitehead
      and Henry Ernhart all of the Northern Liberties of the City of Phil'a. are
      held and firmly bound unto George Campbell, Esq., Regifter for the Probate
      of Wills, and granting Letters of Administration, in and for....... James
      Whitehead, Administrator, of all and fingular the Goods, Chattels, and
      Credits of James Whitehead, deceafed, do make ....
      Signed: JaWhitehead, Jn'oWhitehead, Henry UEmhart
      Witness: Jn'oMatthews
   n. 1776 February 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58895
      PHILADELPHIA, February 7,
      Monday next the GENERAL ASSEMBLY of this Province meets here.
      Extract of a Letter from New York, dated Feb. 5.
      "Yesterday about the same time Generals Lee and Clinton arrived.
      The Committee of Safety met immediately, and we expected something.....
      On the 24th ult. departed this life, in the 82d year of his age, Mr. JAMES
      WHITEHEAD, of this city, a man who for a long seris of years has with an
      unexceptionable character discharged many of the social and civil duties
      of life. As a husband kind, as a parent tender and indulgent, as a citizen
      just, charitable and benevolent. He bore his last illness with patience
      and true christian fortitude. His remains were interred the 27th following
      in the burying ground of the second Presbyterian Church in this city,
      attended by a great number of respectable citizens. As he lived much
      beloved and respected by his fellow citizens, so he died greatly lamented,
      and seemed like a shock of wheat fully ripe.
   n. 1776 February 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58984
      Philadelphia, February 26, 1776.
      ALL persons indebted to the estate of James Whitehead, late of this city,
      Workhouse keeper, deceased, by bond, or book account, are desired to make
      speedy payment (as a considerable sum is wanted to pay off several
      legacies) and those who have any demands against said estate, are desired
      to bring in their accounts, that they may be paid by MARY WHITEHEAD,
      Executrix.
 with Mary
   Mary 06        William 06     James 06       John 06        Elizabeth 06
   b17511031      b              b1760          b              b
   Deborah 06
   b

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Mary Whitehead 06
   bf 1751 Oct 31 to James Whitehead 05 et ux Mary
   mm 1767 Oct 24 Jacob Otto _, may be wrong Mary Whitehead.

William Whitehead 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Whitehead 05 et ux Mary

James Whitehead 06
   bm 1760 ___ __ to James Whitehead 05 et ux Mary
   mf 1784 Sep 09 Hannah Coburn 06 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA 2ndPCR
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Coburn 05 et ux Hannah (nee _ 05) Coburn
   n. Hannah (nee _ 05) Coburn died 1795 Apr 09 at 58Y.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P420   R___ P202 C_/_.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Northern Liberties Town
 Name                                              16+ <16  >0   F   S
 James Whitehead                                    01  02  02  01  __
 (James)_________________16-$ MW
 (Hannah)________________00-$ FW
 (William)_______________00-15MW
 (Susannah)______________00-$ FW
 (Coburn)________________00-15MW
 ________________________00-$ PF
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 R___ P154
      PA, Phila.   Other:  free____  slaves____
 James Whitehead _______/01 01 00 01 00/02 01 01 01 00/01 00 _____________
 (James)________________ 26-45MW
 (Hannah)_______________ 26-45FW
 (Susannah)_____________ 16-25FW
 (Coburn)_______________ 10-15MW
 (Elizabeth)____________ 10-15FW
 (James Edmund)_________ 00-09MW
 (Emma)_________________ 00-09FW
 (Mary Cressop)_________ 00-09FW
  c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R56 P150 L10
     State, County  Other:  free____  slaves____
 James Whitehead________/__ __ __ __ 01/__ __ 01 __ __/01 __ _____________
 (James)________________ 45-$_MW
 _______________________ 16-25FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R109 P192 L1
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Ward 1  Unnatur __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                     <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 James Whitehead _________/00 00 00 00 01 01/00 01 03 01 00/__ __ _____________
 (James)__________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R157 P15 L10
      PA, Phila. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 (Hannah) ________________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
   wm ____ ___ __ HSP RXW PA PH15 will books 9-10 #102 1826-1833 GS 273-4(5242)
      James Whitehead, City of Philadelphia, of Northern Liberties weak in body,
      wife Hannah, Doylestown Twsp., Co. of Buck 4 tracts in Lowermensing Twsp.,
      Co. of Northampton.
      daughter Phebe Ott (wife of Jacob S. Otts), son Coburn Whitehead, friend
      Christian Fritz, twsp. of Manrich, Buck Co., son James Edmund Whitehead et
      ux Rachel, two dau. Susannah & Elizabeth & Mary Criscoe, late father-in-
      law John Coburn; grandchildren: Eliz'h Martin Ott, James Whitehead Ott,
      Hannah Catherine Ott, John Ott, Paul Buste Ott
   dm 1828 Oct 06 at 68 2ndPCR P458, PADA - Poulson's American Daily Advertiser
   n. Whitehead inscriptions P93 Stones may be seen in Mt. Vernon Cem where they
      were removed in 1867 from the ground on Arch St. above 5th and from the
      burial ground on Noble St.
      "James Whitehead (3 lines effaced) Died Oct 6, 1828 Aged 68 years."
      "Hannah Coburn Widow of James Whitehead Died Apr 7th 1851 aged 86Y."
      "In memory of Hannah the wife of John Coburn who departed this life the
       9th day of April 1795 aged 58 years."
   df 1851 Apr 07 at 86
 with Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   John C 07      James C 07     William 07      Hannah C 07     Phebe 07
   b17850401      b1786          b1786           b17890602       b17910903
   Susannah B 07  _ 07           Elizabeth B 07  Susannah E 07   James E 07
   b17930715      b1794          b17960118       b17980115       b18001030
   Mary C 07      Ashbel G 07    Coburn 07       Emma Martin07
   b1803____      b18051215      b18071207       b181003

John Whitehead 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Whitehead 05 et ux Mary

Elizabeth Whitehead 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Whitehead 05 et ux Mary

Deborah Whitehead 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Whitehead 05 et ux Mary

Ashbel G. Whitehead 06
   bm 1775 Jul __ to James Whitehead 05 et ux _ (nee _ 05) Whitehead 2ndPCR P417
   dm 1806 Jan 29 at 30Y06M 2ndPCR P417

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John Coburn Whitehead 07
   bm 1785 Apr 01 to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   zm 1785 May 15 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Rev. Wm. M. Tennant

James Coburn Whitehead 07
   bm 1786 ___ __ to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   dm 1786 Sep 07 at 2Y 2ndPCR P362

William Whitehead 07
   bm 1786 ___ __  to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   zm 1787 Jan 07 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Rev. J. Sproat
   dm 1826 Apr 06 at MonteVideo, Uruaguay, eldest son of James, Esq. of Phila.
      Poulson's  HSP PH 23A.4  Notices of Mg & Deaths in American Daily
      Advertiser P152
      1826 Jul 25 PA, Philad. Administration N264 BN P116
      John Geyer, Esquire; Register of Wills
      Sir, I relinquish all claim to letters of administration to my late son
      William Whitehead, and request that letters of administration may be to
      Mr. John McCrea.  Yours respectfully, JaWhitehead
      Know all Men by these Presents, That we John McCrea, of the City of
      Philadelphia, Merchant, John Pemberton of the said city, Merchant and
      Walter F. Pleasants of the said city, Merchant are held and firmly bound
      unto the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania .... John McCrea, Administrator of
      all and singular the Goods, Chattels and Credits of William Whitehead late
      of Northern Liberties, Merchant ...
      Signed: Jno McCrea, John Pemberton and Walter F. Pleasants
      Witness: Jn Geyer

Hannah C. Whitehead 07
   bf 1789 Jun 02 to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   zf 1789 Oct 05 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Rev. J. Sproat
   df 1790 Aug 08 at 1Y2M 2ndPCR P369

Phebe Whitehead 07
   bf 1791 Sep 03 to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   zm 1791 Oct 31 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Rev. J. Sproat
   mm 1811 Dec 19 Jacob S. Otto 07 at Phila. by Ashbel Green

Susannah Budd Whitehead 07
   bf 1793 Jul 15 to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   zm 1793 Dec 23 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Rev. Ashbel Green

_ Whitehead 07
   b. 1794 ___ __ to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   d. 1797 Oct 08 at 3Y 2ndPCR P394

Elizabeth Budd Whitehead 07
   bf 1796 Jan 18  to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   zm 1796 Mar 07 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Rev. Ashbel Green
   df 1797 Apr 09 at 1Y3M 2ndPCR P369

Susannah Elizabeth Whitehead 07
   bf 1798 Jan 15  to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
      2ndPCR P139
   zf 1798 Jun 11 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Ashbell Green.
   mm 1831 Jun 29 Forman C. Robbins by Rv. J. Kirkpatrick of Amwell, NJ
      PADA P20  dau of late James, Esq.
   bm 1802
   dm 1833 ___ __ at 31, Friday P862 son-in-law Mrs. Whitehead  Poulson's
      18331206

James Edmund Whitehead 07
   bm 1800 Oct 30 to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
      2ndPCR P151
   zf 1801 Feb 09 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Ashbell Green.
   mf 1824 Apr 20 Rachel Barns 07 Poulson's  HSP PH 23A.4  Notices of Mg & Death
      s in American Daily Advertiser P131 18240423
   dm 1827 Jul 02 eldest son of James, Esq. at his residence in Bucks Co.
      Poulson's  HSP PH 23A.4  Notices of Mg & Deaths in American Daily
      Advertiser P235

Mary Cresap Whitehead 07
   bf 1803 ___ __ to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   zf 1803 May 01 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Ashbell Green.
      2ndPCR P159
   mm 1826 Dec 07 Thomas M. Smith at Phila. by Rev. Dr. January, all of Phila.
      2ndPCR P288. Poulson's HSP PH 23A.4 Notices of Mg & Deaths in American
      Notices of Mg & Deaths in American Daily Advertiser

Ashbel Green Whitehead 07
   bm 1805 Jul 31 to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
      2ndPCR P151
   zm 1805 Dec 15 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Ashbell Green.

Coburn Whitehead 07
   bf 1807 Dec 07 to James Whitehead 06 et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 06) Whitehead
   wm 1858 PA_PCW N52 B39 P246
      Coburn Whitehead
   dm 1858 Jan 29

Emma Martin Whitehead 07
   bf 1810 Feb 25  to James Whitehead 2e et ux Hannah (nee Coburn 23) Whitehead
      2ndPCR P177
   zf 1810 Mar 26 at 2nd Presbyterian Church, Phila, PA by Ashbell Green.
   df 1819 Jan 30 at 8Y10M interred 1819 Feb 01 2ndPCR, Poulson's  HSP PH 23A.4
      Daily Advertiser P21


LINKAGE END 04   James Whitehead   Philadelphia Workhouse Keeper
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   n. 1st Presby, Phila. Baptisms LDSR0387873  18 18 64

Ina Whitehead 05
   mm ____ ___ __ Daniel Marron Doughty 05. JB.
   bm 1863 Jun 20 to Daniel Doughty 5g with Keziah (nee Spraig 5g) Doughty
      near Atsion, NJ VRNJ BD2 P508
   dm 1937 Apr 17 Akron, Summit Co., OH Buried: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Akron, OH
      dc information from Jeff Baker of Doughty roots: Ohio Death Certificate
      Father:   Daniel Doughty  Born  New Jersey
      Mother:   Kiza Taylor     Born  New Jersey
      Wife:  Ina Whitehead and informant at TOD

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      begin  PA Gazette information on Whiteheads +

   n. 1729 April 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #69
      From the Friendly Office for selling all sorts of Goods cheap.
      1. A Feather Bed, extraordinary cheap. 2 . Edward Burrough
      Works, in Folio. 3. Merchants Magazine. 4. John Whitehead
      Works. 5. Roger HebdenWorks. 6. VernonCompleat
      Compting-House, 7. James ParnelWorks. 8. George Whitehead
      sober Expostulation. 9. W. PennPrimitive Christianity. 10.
      Harmony of Old and New Testament. 11. A parcel of well-made
      Shoes, Neats-Leather, to be sold cheaper than ordinary. 12. A
      Clock, that goes well, to be sold upon Credit. 13. A Pair of
      Stilliards, to weigh 80 Pound.

   n. 1729 April 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #79
      From the Friendly Office for selling all sorts of Goods cheap.
      1. Two New Frying Pans. 2. Six Pair of H L Hinges. 3. Seven
      Fire Shovel Pans. 4. A Parcel of Pewter. 5. A Great and
      English Lexicon, a great Curiosity, explaining every Word in
      the New Testament. 6. Merchants Magazine. 7. John Whitehead
      Works. 8. VernonCompleat Compting-House, 9. George
      Whiteheadsober Expostulation. 10. W. PennPrimitive
      Christianity. 11. A Clock, that goes well, to be sold upon
      Credit.

   n. 1730 October 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #541
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK. WAYE AND LAWRENCE FROM DOVER, SMITH
      FROM ANTIGUA, MANSFIELD FROM ST. THOMAS, SKINNER AND HILL FROM
      CURACOA, WHITEHEAD FROM NORTH CAROLINA, JARRAT FOR JAMAICA,
      BLOOM FOR PERTH AMBOY, PAYNTER FOR LEWES ON DELAWARE, THODY
      FOR ANTIGUA, BEEKMAN, BARNS AND SCHERMERHORN TO BOSTON,
      SHEFFIELD TO RHODE ISLAND, BLOODWORTH TO BAHAMAS, POULTON TO
      CURACOA, PAYNTER TO LEWES ON DELAWARE.

   n. 1730 November 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #572
      CUSTOM HOUSE, NEW YORK. VANPELT FROM NORTH CAROLINA, FRED FROM
      OPORTO, WOLF FROM ST. KITTS, BERRIEN FROM BOSTON, SMITH FROM
      CURACOA, PAYTON FROM JAMAICA, ASHTON FOR RHODE ISLAND, CLARK
      FOR NEW CASTLE ON DELAWARE, LUSH FOR BarbADOES, ROSEWELL FOR
      NORTH CAROLINA, MORGAT FOR JAMAICA, RATSEY FOR SURANAM, VATAR
      FOR AMSTERDAM, BURROWS TO CURACOA, WHITEHEAD TO NORTH
      CAROLINA, PENISTON TO BERMUDA, ASHTON TO RHODE ISLAND, FITCH
      TO JAMAICA, JOHNSON TO SOUTH CAROLINA, CLARK TO NEW CASTLE.

   n. 1741 July 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4727
      RUN away on the 17th Instant, from Ellis Davies, of Goshen,
      Chester County, a servant man, named Edward Whitehead, by
      trade a fuller, and understands plantation work, aged about 30
      years, middle stature, fresh complexion, black curlhair,
      black beard when grown: Took with him, two felt hats, a good
      light colourcloth coat and breeches pretty much worn, and
      old striped Jacket, two homespun shirts, silk handkerchief,
      two pair of trowsers, white thread stockings, new round toe
      shoes, a sickle, and a pillow case supposed to put his things
      in. Whoever takes up and secures the said servant, so that his
      master may have him again, shall have Forty Shillings reward,
      and reasonable charges paid by Ellis Davies.

   n. 1742 August 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5384
      A PROTESTATION PRESENTED TO THE SYNOD OF PHILADELPHIA
      PRESBYTERY AT NEW BRUNSWICK, JONATHAN DICKINSON, JOHN PIERSON
      EBENEZER PEMBERTON, SIMON HORTON, DANIEL ELMORE, AZARIAH
      HORTON, SILAS LEONARD, NATHANIEL HAZARD, DAVID WHITEHEAD,
      TIMOTHY WHITEHEAD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, DIVINE POWER AND GRACE

   n. 1744 November 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6738
      DEserted from their Serjeant at Fredericksburg, in Virginia,
      Andrew Clark and James Fitzgerald, belonging to his Majesty
      Regiment of Foot commanded by his Excellency Edward Trelawny,
      Esq; As an Encouragement to any Person that apprehends and
      delivers the above Deserters to Mr. Whitehead, Goaler in
      Philadelphia, I promise a Reward of Ten Guineas, Six for
      Clark, and Four for Fitzgerald, Frederick Shenton. N.B. Andrew
      Clark is an Edinburgh Man, by Trade a Silver smith, about 5
      Foot 7 Inches high, a well set strong Fellow, with brown bushy
      Hair, has a small Scar upon his upper Lip, and lisps in his
      Speech: He had on, when he deserted, his regimental Cloaths,
      being Red turned up with Green: a Red Waistcoat, brown Fustian
      Breeches, a Pair of grey ribbed Stockings, and English Shoes.
      He counterfeits Pisterines, and has in his Pocket, when he
      deserted, Pieces of hammered Copper, and a Phial of Quick
      Silver. He served his Time to Col. John Taylor, at the Copper
      Mines, and went off under Pretence of apprehending Fitzgerald,
      who is an Irishman, and had on, when he went away, a light
      coloured Jersey Jacket, and Check Shirt: He served his Time to
      one Mr. Richard Bristow.

   n. 1745 June 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7123
      Philadelphia, June 6. 1745. Deserted from the Officer
      recruiting his Excellency Colonel TrelawnyRegiment, JOHN
      HARRIS, born in Monmouth Shire, aged Twenty-eight Years, about
      5 Feet 5 Inches high, of a fresh Complexion, and wears his own
      dark brown curled Hair. Whoever apprehends and delivers the
      said Deserter to Mr. Whitehead, Keeper of the Publick Goal,
      shall receive Two Guineas from FREDERICK SHENTON.

   n. 1745 June 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7164
      Upper Marlborough, Maryland, June 14, 1745. Strayed or stolen
      from the Subscriber, in Upper Marlborough, about a Month ago,
      a large, likely bay Gelding, with a small Star in his
      Forehead. He was brought from the Northward by Mr. Anthony
      Whitehead Waters for Mr. John Darnall, and by him disposed of
      to Charles Carroll, Esq; of whom the Subscriber had him.
      Whoever delivers the said Horse to the Subscriber, at Upper
      Marlborough, Mr. John Frazer, in Annapolis, Mr. Alexander
      Lawson, in Baltimore County, or Mr. Alexander Campbell, in
      Philadelphia, shall receive Thirty Shillings Reward from
      THOMAS LEE.

   n. 1748 March 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9518
      To be SOLD, A Likely servant woman, that has three years to
      serve. Enquire of Mrs. Whitehead.

   n. 1749 January 31 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10386
      Philadelphia, January 31. 1748-9. A Likely servant girl, has a
      year and a half to serve, can card, wash, knit, and iron, and
      is very fit for country work. Enquire of James Whitehead, Work
      house Keeper.

   n. 1749 June 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10679
      Run away, the 2d of last month, from the subscriber, living at
      the old town Potomack, Frederick county, Maryland, a mulattoe
      servant man, named Isaac Cromwell, about 40 years of age, a
      tall, slim fellow, very smooth tongued, by which some people
      may perhaps be imposed upon: Had on when he went away, a
      blanket coat, leather breeches, worsted stockings, new shoes,
      with brass buckles in them. Run away at the same time, an
      English servant woman, named Anne Green, about 45 years of
      age, short, and well set, one of her legs much shorter than
      the other, much pock marked: Had on when she went away, a
      white jacket, striped linsey petticoat. They took with them
      the following goods, viz. blankets, a striped cotton gown and
      petticoat, several shirts and shifts, with other clothing, too
      tedious here to mention; also a small bay horse, not branded,
      a large bay pacing horse, his hind feet both white, about 7
      years old, branded on the near buttock with a heart, and a T
      through it; and a small old black horse, his brand not known,
      with some white spots on his back. Whoever takes up the said
      servants, and secures them, so as their master may have them
      again, shall have Five Pounds reward, if taken in Maryland,
      and if in Pennsylvania or the Jerseys, Ten Pounds, and
      reasonable charges, paid by Thomas Cresap, or James Whitehead,
      Work house keeper in Philadelphia

   n. 1750 February 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #11459
      Lately absented from his masterservice, and is lurking
      about this city, a Negroe man, named Jack, but calls himself
      John Powell; he is by trade a cooper, of a yellow complexion,
      and a sour dogged look; he is generally known amongst the
      Coopers, having worked with several of them; but they are
      hereby forewarned employing him without agreeing with the
      subscriber; and all persons from entertaining or dealing with
      him, as they may be sure to answer it at their peril; any
      person that will secure him, or carry him to the city work
      house, shall receive Ten Shillings of William Whitehead, the
      keeper of the said house; and if taken 20 miles from the city
      Twenty Shillings, and reasonable charges, paid by MORDECAI
      MOORE.

   n. 1751 February 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12658
      Now in the hands of James Whitehead, work house keeper of this
      city, a small silver watch, found in the yard of said work
      house, supposed to be stolen; also a large pair of silver
      buckles, likewise thought to be stolen. The owners, applying
      to said Whitehead, describing said watch and buckles, proving
      their properties, and paying charges, may have them again.
      JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1752 May 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14362
      TO be sold, the term now unexpired in a servant man
      indenture four years, from the 12th of September last; he is
      well cloathed, and by trade a barber and periwig maker.
      Enquire of Mr. Whitehead, at the workhouse.

   n. 1752 October 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #14932
      To be SOLD,
      A servant womantime, who has four years to serve. Enquire
      of ROBERT ALEXANDER, at the Hand and Shears, in Front street,
      or Mrs. JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1752 November 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15037
      To be SOLD,
      A LIKELY Negroe Woman, that can cook well, and do all Manner
      of House Work. enquire of James whitehead, at the Work House.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 07 Robert Whitehead/Hannah Prichard


Robert Whitehead 05
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane _ 05
   mf 1746 Mar 17 Hannah Prichard 05 Pennsylvania Archives V9 P274, 2'nd Series
      Rev/UPA F146.P41 HSP
   n. 1753 April 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #15466
      RUN away on the 12th of February last, from John Burroughs of
      Trenton, Hunterdon county, New Jersey, An English servant man,
      named Robert Whitehead, about 5 feet high: Had on when he went
      away, A good beaver hat, silk cap, barragon coat and jacket,
      of a reddish brown colour, the skirts lined with shaloon, and
      the back part with ozenbrigs, new buckskin breeches, two fine
      shirts, blue worsted stockings, and a pair of pumps, with
      silver buckles, which were all stolen, he being a notorious
      thief, and has been both whipped and branded at Trenton.
      Whoever takes up and secures said servant, in any goal, so as
      his master may have him again, shall have Forty Shillings
      reward, and reasonable charges, paid by JOHN BURROUGHS.
   n. 1760 November 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25670
      To be SOLD, Also one other Lot on the North Side of Sassafrass street,
      between Second and Front streets, on which are three wooden and one Brick
      Tenements, in the Tenure of Robert Whitehead, James Deane, and James
      Smouch; the said Lot is 32 Feet Front, and extends 70 Feet back on the
      West End thereof, for the Breadth of 18 Feet, the Remainder of the Lot is
      50 Feet deep only; bounded on the East by a Lot of Doctor Sonmans, and on
      the West by Ground of John Smith and Samuel Wallace.
 with Jane
   Elizabeth 06
   b174102
 with Hannah (nee Pritchard 05) Whitehead
   Mary 06        William 06     Lydia 06
   b17490601      b17580224      b17610308
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Elizabeth Whitehead 06
   bf 1741 Feb __ to Robert Whitehead 05 et ux Jane (nee _ _) Whitehead PA_PCB3

Mary Whitehead 06
   bf 1749 Jun 01 to Robert Whitehead 05 et ux Hannah (nee Pritchard 05)
      Whitehead.  PA_PCB3

William Whitehead 06
   bm 1758 Feb 24 to Robert Whitehead 05 et ux Hannah (nee Pritchard 05)
      Whitehead.  PA_PCB3

Lydia Whitehead 06
   bf 1761 Mar 08 to Robert Whitehead 05 et ux Hannah (nee Pritchard 05)
      Whitehead.  PA_PCB3
   mm 1779 Dec 29 Joseph Town 06, he a boat builder, PA_SM&ZCR. May not be right
      association - guessed by rwc75.

LINKAGE END 07 Robert Whitehead/Hannay Prichard

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LINKAGE BEGIN 08  Nathaniel Whitehead/Mary of Delaware

Nathaniel Whitehead 07
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 07
   ld 1724 May 11 DE, Sussex County Deeds BFN6 P83-84 Abstract P22
      Grantor: Nathan Whitehead et ux Mary of Kent Co., DE
      Grantee: Archibald Smith, merchant of Lewes
      Transaction: L40 for 2 lots.
      Description: the lots are situated on Second Street in the Town of Lewes,
      and are bounded by the lot of Richard Hinman, the lot where Archibald
      Smith now dwells, and a street lately laid out.  The lots were formerly
      granted to William Orion.  Nathan and Mary Whitehead appoint Ryves Holt to
      be their attorney.
      Signed:  Nathan Whitehead, Mary makes her mark.
      Witness: Lydia Sipple and Robert Hodgson.  Ack. 1724 Jun 16

LINKAGE END 08  Nathaniel Whitehead/Mary of Delaware

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LINKAGE BEGIN 09     Lester Whitehead/Mildred

Lester A. Whitehead 15
   mf 1918 ___ __ Dorothy E. Payne 15, Miss, daughter of Mrs. Stanley Stanger at
      the home of the groom, 130 Olive St., Westville, NJ by Rev. M. Luther
      Hocker, Pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church.  TWC19180102
 with Dorothy E. (nee Payne 15) Whitehead


Lester Whitehead 16
   bm 1924 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Arbadella _ 16
   dm 1990 May 12 at 66 years
      Obit: 1990 May 16 Gloucester Co. Times, Fri.
      Lester Whitehead, 66, Pitman, died Monday at his home in Russell Springs,
      KY.  Survived by wife Arbadella, sons Wayne, Larry, Gary, Dale, daus
      Barbara Fredo, Jacqueline, Deborah Sicillano & 10 grandchildren.  Services
      - Fri - Bernard Funeral Home, Russell Springs, KY.
of Pitman, NJ at his home in Russell Springs, KY.
 with
   Cheryl A 17    Barbara 17     Larry 17       Gary 17        Deborah 17
   b1955          b              b              b              b
   Jacqueline 17  Dale 17        Wade 17
   b              b              b1965
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Cheryl A. Whitehead 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Lester Whitehead 16
   df 1970 Feb 04 at 15y.
      Obit: 1970 Feb 06 The Woodbury Daily Times
      Cheryl A. Whitehead of Swedesboro-Sharptown Road, Swedesboro, NJ.
      Died: 1970 Feb 04 at 15 years, interment: River View Cemetery, Penns Grove      daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Lester Whitehead. Private funeral service Feb 09
      10 am at the S. Carlton Coles Funeral Home, 518 Kings Hwy, Swedesboro, NJ.
      No viewing. She was a student at Kingsway Regional High School.  Surviving
      are her parents, brothers and sisters Barbara, Larry, Gary, Deborah,
      Jacqueline, Dale and Wade, all at home, and Wayne of Woodstown.

Barbara Whitehead 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Lester Whitehead 16

Larry Whitehead 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lester Whitehead 16

Gary Whitehead 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lester Whitehead 16

Deborah Whitehead 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Lester Whitehead 16

Jacqueline Whitehead 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Lester Whitehead 16

Dale Whitehead 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lester Whitehead 16

Wade Whitehead 17
   bm 1965 ___ __ to Lester Whitehead 16
   dm 1986 Jun 28 at 21 years at his home
      Obit: 1986 Jul 01 Glou. Co. Times, Fri.
      Wade Whtiehead, 21, Turnersville, died suddenly Jun 28, 1986 at home.
      Asst. mgr at K-Mart, Collegetown Shopping Ctr., Glassboro.  Survived by
      mother Mildred, father Lester, bros Wayne, Gary, Larry, Dale, sisters
      Jacqueline, Deborah Ficiliano & Barbard Fredo.  Services - Wed - Daley
      Funeral Home, Swedesboro.  Interment - Riverview Cem., Penns Grove.

LINKAGE END 09     Lester Whitehead/Mildred

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LINKAGE BEGIN 10     Abraham Whitehead of Camden.


Robert Whitehead 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Lucy _ 13
 with Lucy
   Henry 14
   b1848

Abraham Whitehead 13
   bm 1815 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Schofield 13
   bf 1828 ___ __ to William Schofield 12 et ux
   df 1861 Aug 31 at 33.  NJ_CaCHS CD18610907
   n. 1861 Sep 09 William Schofield at 61Y at residence of son-in-law Abraham
      Whitehead, 324 Spence St., Camden, NJ interred Camden Cemetery. GSOP
      Misc. Newspaper Notices Marriages and Deaths 1823-1969 VI & VII Roxborough
      East Falls, Manayunk.  Not the right Abraham, or age wrong => Wm bm1800
      and too young to be Lydia's father.
   n. CCD, clerk 106 S. Front, h Camden. 1861 McElroy's PCD. NJ_CaCHS
   df 1861 Aug 31 at 33 in Camden, wife of Abraham Whitehead.  TWC18610910
   dm 1866 Jul 29 at 51 in Camden, NJ. NJ_CaCHS CD18660804, WJP18660801,
      TWC18660806.
 with Mary (nee Schofield 13) Whitehead
   Sarah 14       John W 14
   b18490723      b18511205
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Henry Whitehead 14
   bm 1848 ___ __ to Robert Whitehead 13 et ux Lucy
   dm 1857 Jun __
      Obit.: 1857 Jun 04, Thu PA Public Ledger V_ N_
      Suddenly on 3d inst., Henry, son of Robert and Lucy Whitehead, aged 9
      years.
         The relatives and friends are respectrully invited to attend the
      funeral, from the residence of his uncle, Abram Whitehead, Spruce street,
      between Third and Fourth, Camben, N. J., this (Thursday) afternoon, at
      1 o'clock.  46*
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Sarah Whitehead 14
   bf 1849 Jul 23 to Abraham Whitehead 13 et ux Mary (nee Schofield 13)
      Whitehead
   df 1852 Aug 18 at 3.1.15 at Billingsport; dau. of Abraham and Mary Whitehead
      arb 1852 Sep 07 Woodbury Constitution.  NJ_GCHS

John W. Whitehead 14
   bm 1851 Dec 05 to Abraham Whitehead 13 et ux Mary (nee Schofield 13)
      Whitehead
   dm 1852 Aug 07 aged 0.8.26 at Billingsport; son of Abraham et ux Mary
      Whitehead.  TWC18520817 - The Woodbury Constitution.

LINKAGE END 10     Abraham Whitehead of Camden.

Abraham Whitehead
   bm 1875
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma _
   dm 1929 Feb 19 at 54Y of a skull fracture. Interred Asbury Methodist,
      Cinnamonson Twp., Burlington Co., NJ
   df 1947 Jun 11 at 75Y of myocardial degeneration.  Interred Asbury Methodist,
      Cinnamonson Twp., Burlington Co., NJ

Lydia Whitehead
   bf 1877 ___ __ to
   df 1927 Feb 22 at 50 after a fracas in a Gloucester saloon of concussion of
      the brain in Cooper Hospital, Camden, NJ.  She was of Billingsport, NJ.
      TGCD19270303 - The Gloucester County Democrat.
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   n. 1754 November 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17638
      RUN away on the 24th of October last, from John Stinsons,
      living in Water street, Philadelphia, A Scotch servant man,
      named John McCutchin, about 25 years of age, by trade a taylor,
      5 feet 10 inches high, black complexion, down look, and pitted
      with the smallpox: Had on when he went away, A dark brown cloth
      coat, with a black velvet collar, and metal buttons, a black
      jacket, without sleeves, and took with him, two pair of
      breeches, one black, the other blue, a white fustian or linen
      frock coat, and one pair of peaked toed new pumps, 4 new
      shirts, two white and two check, a felt hat, and a black short
      cut wig. Whoever takes up and secures said servant in any goal,
      so as his master may have him again, shall have Three Pounds
      reward, and reasonable charges, paid by John Stinson, or Mr.
      Whitehead, work house keeper.
      N.N. All masters of vessels are forbid to carry him off at
      their peril. He may change his name and apparel.
      An Irish servant girltime to be disposed of for 3 years
      and six months; enquire of said John Stinson.

   n. 1755 January 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17878
      To be SOLD,
      A Likely brisk servant lad, about 16 years of age, and is to
      serve till he21 years old, hethis country born, and
      brought up to plantation work, can read, write and cypher. Any
      person that he will suit, may agree with Mr. James Whitehead,
      keeper of the Work house, in Philadelphia, who has the selling
      of him.

   n. 1755 February 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17936
      To be SOLD, A Likely brisk servant lad, about 16 years of age, and is to
      serve till he21 years old, hethis country born, and
      brought up to plantation work, can read, write and cypher. Any
      person that he will suit, may agree with Mr. James Whitehead,
      keeper of the Work house, in Philadelphia, who as the selling
      of him.

   n. 1755 May 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #18267
      Philadelphia, May 15, 1755.
      ON the 14th of February, was committed to the Workhouse of this
      city, a boy about 15 or 16 years of age, who called himself
      John Perkinson, but has since confesshis name is John
      Collings, and that he ran away from James Clark, living in New
      Castle county: the master hath been wrote to several times, but
      no answer is come to hand; the boy says he has two sisters, one
      living at Newport, the other at Fogs manor; these are to desire
      any person that has any demand on the said John Perkinson,
      alias Collings, to come and pay his charges, or he will be sold
      out of the workshop for the same, by the first of June. JAMES
      WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1755 July 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #18472
      To be SOLD, BY JAMES WHITEHEAD, keeper of the workhouse, A
      Dutch servant girl, who has four years to serve this fall.

   n. 1756 January 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #19166
      Whereas William Whitehead, of Christine hundred, in the county
      of New Castle, obtained one certain obligation of Eighty
      Pounds, lawful Money of Pennsylvania, bearing date the 28th day
      of August, 1755, from me the subscriber, for the payment of
      Forty Pounds, like money, on or before the 28th day of August,
      in the year of our Lord 1756; now these are to forewarn any
      person or persons to take assignment on, or otherwise take, the
      said obligation, expecting thereby to receive the conditions
      thereof, for as the said obligation was obtained by fraud, and
      for no valuable consideration, therefore I hereby give notice
      that I will not pay the same.
      Darby, January 20, 1756. JOHN RUTTER.

   n. 1756 February 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #19252
      To be sold for ready money, or three months credit, by THOMAS
      WALLACE, At the store where James and Thomas Wallace lived,
      the northeast corner of Market and Water streets,
      A Fresh parcel of 3 qr. 7 eights, yard wide and 6 qr. cotton
      and linen checks, cotton hollands, bed bunts, and sundry other
      goods very cheap.
      N.B. As the partnership of Wallace and Bryan, and James
      and Thomas Wallace, are some time dissolved, those that remain
      in debt to the late partnerships, are desired to pay their
      Ballances to Mr. George Bryan, or me, the former James Wallace
      having left this Province for Europe. A servant girltime to
      be disposed of cheap; she may be seen at Mr. James Whitehead.

   n. 1756 July 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #19681
      LIST of LETTERS in the POST OFFICE PHILADELPHIA.
      William Adams, Philad. Co.; Ann Campbell, W. Jersey.;
      Ann Johnson, Philad.  Robert Lewis, Wilmington. John Lewis, Radnor.
      Shippen, ditto, John Stanaland, 2, ditto. Michael Schlatter,
      ditto,. John Stench, ditto. Caleb Sheward, ditto. Joseph
      ditto. William Scott,
      James Whitehead, Philad.
      John Young, Philad.

   n. 1757 December 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #21260
      RUN away from his Master, living in Philadelphia, a Negroe
      Man, named Dick, 22 or 23 Years old, about 5 Feet 6 Inches
      high, his Colour not quite black, but inclining to the tawney;
      he is a West India Negroe, which may be discovered by his
      Speech; had on when he went away, a good Felt Hat, a
      Germantown Worsted Cap, a Check Shirt, a Nap or Bearskin Coat,
      a Fustian Waistcoat, a Pair of Leather Breeches, almost new,
      and large Brass Buckles in his Shoes. He also carried with him
      a white Linen Coat, without Lining, and a Pair of Fustian
      Breeches. Upon Examination he will be found to have a Lump of
      Flesh, about half as big as an Egg, upon his Right Foot.
      Whoever takes up the said Negroe, and carries him to the
      Workhouse of the City of Philadelphia, shall receive form Mr.
      James Whitehead, the Keeper of said Workhouse, Forty Shillings
      Reward, together with all such reasonable Charges as may
      accrue in bringing him thither.

   n. 1758 January 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #21429
      WHITEHEAD and JOHNATHAN HUMPHREYS, Scythe Smiths and Cutlers,
      at the Sign of the Scythe, the Corner of Market and Fourth
      streets, in Philadelphia,
      Makes all Manner of Scythes, Sickles, large Scale Beams, large
      Screws, Smiths Bellows, Chocolate Mills, Stilliards, and all
      Kinds of Cutlary Ware, at reasonable Rates.
      N.B. They have a House and Plantation, containing 100
      Acres, on Conestogoe Road, in Blockley, the five Miles from
      Philadelphia, to lett.

   n. 1758 May 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #21826
      Philadelphia, May 16, 1758.
      STOPPED in the Hands of James Whitehead, Keeper of the
      Workhouse, four Pairs of Mens Thread Stockings, supposed to be
      stolen. Any Person laying Claim to them, may have them again,
      proving their Property, and paying Charges. JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1758 July 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22010
      LIST of LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, for the
      following Persons in Philadelphia, viz.
      Dr. Thomas Cadwallader, Alexander Campbell, Thomas
      Campbell (2) James Campbell, William Falkner, Joshua Fisher,
      William Humphreys, Ellis Lewis.  Thomas Preston (2) James Whitehead

   n. 1758 October 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22433
      Philadelphia, October 24, 1758.
      ON the 12th Day of August was committed, as an idle Vagrant,
      to the Workhouse of this City, one Mary Smith, but since
      confesses her Name to be Catherine Palmer, and that she
      belongs to Parson Campbell, in Charles County, Maryland; this
      is therefore to inform said Campbell, or any other Person,
      that if they do not come or send for said Mary Smith, alias
      Catherine Palmer, in four Weeks from this Date, she will be
      sold out for her Charges by the Keeper of the Workhouse of
      Philadelphia, JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1759 March 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #23007
      TO be sold by the Subscribers, living in Market street, at the
      Corner of Fourth street, A Plantation and Tract of Land,
      situated on the Lancaster Great Road, in Blockley, about three
      Miles from the Middle Ferry containing 100 Acres. There are
      good Stone Buildings thereon, a new Barn, a Well of very good
      Water near the House, some Meadow cleared, and a good deal
      more may be made. There is a good Stream of Water thereon,
      convenient for watering the Meadow. The Title is indisputable.
      Credit will be given for one Half the Consideration Money, by
      WHITEHEAD and JONATHAN HUMPHREYS,

   n. 1759 September 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #23725
      ON the Twenty first of August last, made her Escape out of the
      Work house of the City of Philadelphia, one Eleanor Holmes,
      had on a dark Poplin Gown, striped Linsey Petticoat, new
      Shoes, with Strings instead of Buckles. She stole eight Yards
      of Long Lawn, a new Sattin Bonnet, a red Silk Handkerchief,
      and sundry Things more. She is a middling tall Woman, of a
      dark Complexion, light Eyes, brown Hair, pretty much Pock
      marked, heavy Eye browed, addicted to Drinking and Swearing,
      but can deceive any Body with her Tongue. Any Person that
      secures her in any Goal, so that the Keeper of the said Work
      house may have her again, shall have Thirty Shillings Reward,
      and if brought to Philadelphia, all Charges, and if the Things
      stolen, Three Pounds Reward, paid by me JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1759 October 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #23910
      RUN away about two Months ago, a likely indebted Irish Servant
      Girl, called Polly Curtiss, alias Innes, alias McCulloch,
      about 19 Years of Age, round faced, fair hair, middle sized,
      she came to Town from Camp with an Officer, with whom she
      lived, has two Husbands alive, but generally goes by the Name
      of McCullough, a Sailor, whom she married about sixteen Months
      ago, and who left her soon after; she lodged lately at a House
      near the Dock, the Corner of Second street, and worked some
      Time at Mantua making, in this City; she wears generally a
      striped cotton Gown, and is very bare of Clothes. Whoever
      apprehends and secures her in the Workhouse of Philadelphia,
      or any Goal, or can give Information where she may be found,
      shall receive a Pistole Reward, besides all other reasonable
      Charges, paid by James Whitehead, Keeper of the Work house; or
      if she will return she shall be forgiven; she is supposed to
      be harboured in some House on Society Hill. Those who
      entertain or employ her after this publick Advertisement, will
      be prosecuted according to Law.
      N.B. When she is found, her Time (which is about three
      Years to come) is to be disposed of.

   n. 1760 May 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #24771
      To be SOLD, A SERVANT WomanTime, who has about four Years to serve.
      Enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD, at the Work house.

   n. 1760 September 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25311
      Philadelphia, September 11, 1760.
      TO be sold by James Whitehead, at the Work house, A likely
      healthy Negroe Woman, has had the Small Pox and Measles, knows
      a good Deal of the Work belonging to the Country, where only
      she is to be sold; she is as clear of Faults as most Negroes.
      Any Person, by applying as above, may have her on reasonable
      Terms.

   n. 1761 February 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #26071
      To be Sold out of the Workhouse,
      A Strong hearty SERVANT MAN, better than 20 Years of Age, and
      has near four Years to serve. Enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1761 February 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #26111
      RUN away, on the 14th of this instant February, from James
      Whitehead, A Welch Servant Man, named Thomas Jones, a middle
      sized, well set Fellow, thick Legs, large grey Eyes, about 22
      Years old: Had on when he went away, a dark coloured
      Broadcloth Coat, with Metal Buttons, blue Breeches, a coarse
      Ozenbrigs Shirt, ribbed Yarn Stockings, new Shoes, old Hat. He
      was seen on the 15th, going towards New York, with some
      Soldiers, it is probable he is listed. Whoever takes up said
      Servant, and secures him, that his Master may have him again,
      shall have Three Pounds, if taken 20 Miles from Philadelphia,
      or Twenty Shillings if nigher, paid by JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1761 February 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #26115
      To be Sold out of the Workhouse,
      A SERVANT MAID, about eighteen Years old, has near three Years
      to serve, is fit for Town or Country. Enquire of JAMES
      WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1761 April 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #26515
      This Lottery is much the most advantageous to the
      Adventurers of any yet offered, for there are not two Blanks
      to a Prize, and yet in the six highest Prizes there are 7250
      Pieces, amongst which is one of 3000 Pieces; and the Deduction
      but small, begin only Fifteen perCent. The Drawing to begin on
      the 29th of June next, or sooner, if sooner full. The
      following Gentlemen are appointed Managers, viz. William
      Vanderspeigle, ....
      Mr. James Whitehead, Merchant, at Reading,....
      published in this Gazette and the Pennsylvania Journal, and
      the Prize Money to be paid as soon as the Drawing is finished,
      the aforesaid Deduction being first made. Prize Money not
      demanded in six Months after the PUblication of the Prizes, to
      be deemed as generously given towards the Paving aforesaid,
      and to be applied accordingly.

   n. 1762 March 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #28262
      To be SOLD,
      A LUSTY Negroe Lad, about 17 Years of Age, and has had the
      Small pox and Measles. Enquire of Mr. James Whitehead.

   n. 1762 May 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #28678
      RIVINGTON and BROWN, Booksellers and Stationers, at the corner
      of Market and Front streets, have purchased the library of
      ABRAHAM TAYLOR, Esq; among which are a great many publications
      of the first character: --- The following are a part of the
      collection, and the whole, with books on almost every subject
      in print, are sold by them at very reasonable prices.
      poetical epistles and satires, by Pope, Whitehead, Lady
      Montague, and others, in 1 vol. The laws of Pennsylvania,

   n. 1762 June 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #28813
      Imported in the last Ships from London, by RIVINGTON and
      BROWN, Booksellers and Stationers the corner of Front and
      Market streets,
      THE London Magazines for January, February and March;
      containing Accounts of all the remarkable Events that have
      occurred since the Commencement of the Spanish War, and since
      Instruction of every new made Mason. The School for Lovers, a
      new made Comedy, by W. Whitehead, Poet Laureat. An entire new
      ............

   n. 1762 August 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #29152
      New Jersey, Burlington County, August 10, 1762.
      RUN away from the Subscriber, living in Chester Township, in
      said County, a Servant Man, named Thomas Brown, about 25 Years
      old, 5 Feet 8 Inches high, brown Complexion, black bushy Hair,
      with a Scar on the Side of his head, a little above his
      Forehead, whereon lightish coloured Hair grows: Had on when he
      went away, a lightish coloured Coat, patched with Bearskin on
      the Back, striped Lincey Jacket, old patched Trowsers; and has
      a sore Leg. Whoever takes up said Servant, and secures him in
      any Goal, so as his Master may have him again, shall have
      Thirty Shillings Reward, with all reasonable Charges, paid by
      the Subscriber, of Martin Ashburn, or Mr. Whitehead, in
      Philadelphia.  Darby Durrell.

   n. 1762 August 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #29270
      August 21, 1762.
      RUN away last Monday Morning, from Peter Welker, living in
      Skippack, a Negroe Man, named Joe, about 22 Years of Age,
      about five Feet high, pretty well set, has a down Look, pitted
      with the Small pox: had on when he away, a bluish coloured
      Jacket with Sleeves, and a brownish coloured under ditto
      without Sleeves, a Pair of Check Trowsers, and Buckskin
      Breeches, which it is supposed he will wear under the
      Trowsers, a good large cockup Felt Hat; and hath some other
      Apparel with him. Whoever takes up said Negroe, and delivers
      him to Mr. James Whitehead, Workhouse keeper, in Philadelphia,
      or brings him to his Master, shall have Twenty Shillings
      Reward and reasonable Charges, paid by
      PETER WELKER, or Mr. WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1762 October 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #29585
      To be SOLD,
      THree Years and nine Months of a Servant ManTime --- He is
      a Taylor. Enquire of Mr. Whitehead, in Third street.

   n. 1763 March 31 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #30542
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Deborah, J. Waterman, Halifax.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Nancy, T.  Whitehead, Georgia.

   n. 1763 May 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #30882
      To be SOLD,
      A Lusty Negroe Man, named Will, has had lately the Smallpox,
      about 28 or 30 Years of Age, fit for Country Business. Enquire
      of James Whitehead, at the Workhouse.

   n. 1763 May 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #30890
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Nancy, T. Whitehead, and Sloop Pandora, J. Dickenson,
      Georgia.  Schooner King George, J.  Sayres, North Carolina.
      OUTWARDS.
      Schooner King George, H. Sayers, South Carolina.

   n. 1763 December 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #32266
      Custom House, Philadelphia
      OUTWARDS.
      Schooner Rebecca, R. Frayne, and Sloop Batchelor, J. Russell, Barbados.
      Sloop Endeavour, T. Whitehead, for N., Carolina.
      CLEARED.  Sloop Deborah, J. Waterman, Boston.

   n. 1763 December 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #32316
      Custom House, Philadelphia, Inward Entries.
      Boston Schooner Charming Sally, J. Adams, and Schooner Susannah and
      Hannah, D. Dingee, Virginia.
      OUTWARDS.  Sloop Batchelor, J. Russell, Barbados.
      Sloop Endeavour, T. Whitehead, for N. Carolina.
      CLEARED.
      Sloop Deborah, J. Waterman, Boston.

   n. 1763 December 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #32330
      Custom House, Philadelphia, Inward Entries.
      OUTWARDS.
      CLEARED.
      Ship Prince Edward, A. Russell, Maryland.
      Sloop Endeavour, T. Whitehead, North Carolina.

   n. 1764 January 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #32497
      RUN away, last May, from the Subscriber, living in Bucks
      County, an Irish Servant Woman, named Mary Durrafun, speaks
      with the Brogue, is of middle Age and Size, leans forward as
      she walks, is apt to talk intermeddle and make Remarks, lives
      Liquor, is cunning, and given to lying: she has been used to
      cooking, waiting at Table, and almost all Sorts of House work;
      she has black Hair, and sharp rising Nose; and had on, when
      she went away, a Calicoe Gown, two or three Linsey Petticoats,
      one filled with Cotton Stripes, and a Pair of WomenShoes.
      She was seen, in October last, on the Road leading from
      Lancaster to Warwick Iron works, or Potts, on French Creek,
      near a Place called New Holland. Whoever takes up said
      Servant, and secures her in any Goal or Workhouse, shall
      receive Thirty Shillings Reward from Mr. James Whitehead,
      Keeper of the Workhouse in Philadelphia, or the Subscriber,
      HENRY MARTIN.

   n. 1764 January 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #32499
      WHEREAS a certain William Evans, was committed to the Work
      house of Philadelphia, the 3rd of October last, belonging to
      the Estate of Charles Cannon, or Isaac Deshane, in Maryland;
      this is to inform all who it may concern, that unless he be
      taken out in two Weeks from this Date, he will be sold out for
      his Charges, by the Keeper of said Work house.
      January 18, 1764. JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1764 August 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #33838
      To be SOLD by FRANCIS HOLTON,
      A LIKELY healthy Servant Woman, fit for Town or Country
      Business, and has about three Years to serve. Enquire of James
      Whitehead, at the Workhouse.

   n. 1764 August 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #33968
      TO BE SOLD,
      A Likely, strong, healthy Negroe Wench, about 22 Years of AGe,
      who has had the Small Pox. She can cook well, and do all other
      Manner of House work. She is sold for no other Reason but
      being married, and she is to be disposed of to no Person, but
      one who dwells in the Country. The Price of her, and other
      Particulars, are to be known, by applying to JAMES WHITEHEAD,
      at the Work house.

   n. 1764 October 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #34402
      To be SOLD,
      A Strong hearty Negroe Man, 23 Years of Age, fit for Country
      Business, and has had the Small Pox. Enquire of James
      Whitehead, at the Work house.

   n. 1765 July 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36270
      TO BE SOLD,
      A Likely strong made Negroe Man, about 28 Years of Age. For
      further Particulars enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD, Work house
      keeper.

   n. 1765 August 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36540
      TO BE SOLD,
      A SERVANT GirlTime, that has three Years and five Months to
      serve, has been used to Country Work and sold because she does
      not care to live in Town; she can speak good Dutch. Enquire of
      James Whitehead, Workhouse Keeper.

   n. 1765 August 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36562
      PHILADELPHIA, August 29.
      Captain Campbell, from St. Eustatia, informs, that on the
      Seventh Instant they had another very hard Gale of Wind there,
      in which he was obliged to cut his Cable, and put to Sea; and
      that two Sloops were lost there in the Gale they had on the
      First of this Month.
      Captain Young, from Madeira, on the 7th Instant, in Lat.
      37:30, Long. 67:30, spoke with Captain Whitehead, from New
      York for Newfoundland. On the 18th, with Captain Willing, in a
      Sloop from St. Kitts for New London, in Lat. 37:30, Long. 70.
      And on the 19th, in Lat. 38:30, Long. 7l:30, with a Sloop from
      the Bay for Rhode Island.
      Captain White, from Lisbon, on the 27th of July spoke with
      Captain Watson, in the Two Friends, from New Castle for
      Virginia, who had then been out four Weeks, and kept Company
      till the 13th of August, when he parted with him in Lat. 39,
      Long. 59, after sparing him some Water, of which he was short.
      The same Day he spoke with Capt. Whitehead, from New York for
      Newfoundland, out 9 Days. On the 21st, in Lat. 37:36, Long.
      69, spoke a Sloop from Turks Island for Newberry, out 11 Days.
      J. and G. Whitehead;

   n. 1765 October 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #36949
      A HEART able Servant GirlTime to be disposed of, who has
      near three Years to serve. Enquire of James Whitehead.

   n. 1765 December 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37118
      NEW YORK, November 28.
      PETER DE LANCEY, jun.
      To JOHN CRUGER, PHILIP LIVINGSTON, LEONARD LISPENARD, and
      WILLIAM BAYARD, Esqrs. Representatives in the GENERAL ASSEMBLY
      of the Freemen and Freeholders of the City and County of NEW
      YORK.
      GENTLEMEN,
      IN this distressing State of the Country, burthened with the
      Weight of new Impositions, which if continued, may end in the
      ............................r of the whole Number, by
      Gentlemen, your most humble Servants,
      Henry Cruger, John Vanderspiegel, David Van Horne, James
      Jauncey, Walter Rutherford, John Alsop, William Livingston,
      William Smith, jun. Whitehead Hicks, John Morin Scott, James
      De Lancey, John Thurman, jun.

   n. 1765 December 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37120
      NEW YORK, December 2.
      It being reported in Town last Thursday, that Mr. Hood,
      appointed Stamp Master for Maryland, and who lately fled from
      Sworn 30th Nov. 1765, before me WHITEHEAD HICKS,
      As no Licences for Marriage could be obtained since the
      first of November, for want of stamped Paper, we can assure
      the Publick, several genteel Couple were published in the
      different Churches of this City last Week; and we hear that
      the young Ladies of this Place are determined to join Hands
      with none but such as will to the utmost endeavour to abolish
      the Custom of marrying with Licence, which amounts to many
      Hundreds per Annum, that might as well be saved.
      We are told that Doctor Moffat, and Mr. Harrison, from Rhode
      Island, are arrived in England.

   n. 1765 December 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37121
      PHILADELPHIA, December 5.
      From New Jersey we learn, that RUBERT OGDEN, Esq; late
      Speaker of the General Assembly there, has resigned his Seat
      in the House; that CORTLAND SKINNER, Esq; is chosen Speaker in
      his Stead; that a Writ is issued for a new Member, in the Room
      of Mr. Ogden, and that the Conduct of Messieurs BORDEN, and
      FISHER, at the Congress at New York, was approved of by, the
      House. EXTRACT from the Minutes of the ASSEMBLY, held at
      Burlington, New Jersey, November 27, 1765.

   n. 1766 January 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37354
      STOPT about three Weeks ago, by James Whitehead, Keeper of the
      Workhouse, a Womanlong Scarlet Cloth Cloak, supposed to be stolen.
      The Owner, on paying for this Advertisement, may have it again, by
      applying as above.

   n. 1766 February 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37484
      NEW YORK, February 20.
      WHITEHEAD HICKS.
      New York, ss. PERSONALLY appeared before me Whitehead Hicks, Esq;
      justice of the peace for the said city, Charles William, Esq; who
      being sworn on the holy Evangelists of almighty God, deposeth and
      saith, that although he hath taken two bonds on stampt paper for
      Mediterranean passes, which accompanied the said passes from
      Europe, and executed in consequence thereof, that he received no
      payment or reward for the said stamps, nor did he mean or intend
      thereby to introduce or enforce the stamp act in this province;
      but did it with a motive to prevent his fellow subjects from being
      enslaved, if taken for want of said passes, and has delivered up
      the whole of the said stampt bonds which were in his possession.
      CHARLES WILLIAMS.
      Sworn before me this 14th of February, 1766.
      WHITEHEAD HICKS.

   n. 1766 May 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #37860
      TO BE SOLD, A Likely Healthy young Negroe Man; he is a good Cook
      and fit for all Kinds of Business. Enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD at
      the Work house, where he may be seen, and the Terms of Sale made
      known by said Whitehead.

   n. 1766 November 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #39186
      HALIFAX, October 23.
      We are informed that a small schooner, belonging to New England,
      having about 100 quintals of fish on board, was cast away, about a
      fortnight since, in a gale of wind, at Whitehead. The vessel is
      intirely lost, and the crew all perished.

   n. 1766 December 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #39384
      Philadelphia, December 9, 1766.
      WHEREAS Susannah McGlocklin hath been confined in the Workhouse of
      this City for six Weeks past, and her Master, John Hanlin, in New
      York, hath had Notice of it; these may serve to let said Hanlin
      know, that if he does not come or send for said Servant, in two
      Weeks from the above Date, and pay the Charges, she will be sold
      out for the same, by
      JAMES WHITEHEAD, Keeper of said Workhouse.

   n. 1767 January 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #39453
      TO BE SOLD, AN Irish Servant LadTime, who has two Years and nine
      Months to serve, and is about 18 Years of Age. Any Person inclined
      to purchase, may enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD, Keeper of the Work
      house, in Philadelphia.

   n. 1767 January 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #39479
      To be SOLD, A Groundrent or Charge, of Five Pounds per Annum,
      Money of Pennsylvania, issuing out of a certain Lot of Ground,
      situated on the South side of High or Market street, and between
      the Third and Fourth streets from Delaware River. On the Lot is
      erected a Brick Messuage of two Stories. For further Particulars,
      apply to Whitehead Jones, John Edward, or the Subscriber, in
      Newtown, Bucks County. ANTHONY SIDDON.

   n. 1767 March 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #39915
      TO BE SOLD, A VALUABLE plantation, containing 340 acres of land,
      situate on the river Delaware, in Gloucester county, in the
      province of West New Jersey, within 20 miles of Philadelphia, and
      directly opposite to Marcus Hook, having thereon a good dwelling
      house, barn, stables, out houses, and a good orchard, 125 acres
      cleared, and mostly under good fence, 75 acres of which is marsh
      meadow, in good order, well ditched and drained, and 45 acres more
      (already within bank) may easily be made, the upland may be
      manured with mud from the marsh, with great ease.
      Four acres of good cedar swamp, well covered, with timber, situate
      about 3 miles from the above described tract.
      One third part of OldmanCreek Island, containing 149 acres.
      Three two story brick houses (each 14 feet front) situate in
      Philadelphia, on the south side of Vine street, between Front and
      Second streets. Any person inclining to purchase, may know the
      terms of sale, by applying to WILLIAM BROWN, living on the first
      above described premises, or to WHITEHEAD JONES, at the upper end
      of Market street, in Philadelphia.

   n. 1767 March 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40014
      Reading Town, Berks County, March 16, 1767.
      PUBLIC Notice is hereby given, that the Subscriber has lately set
      up an Inn, or public House of Entertainment, in the said Town, at
      the Sign of King George the Third, near the Court House, on the
      North Side of Penn street, and East Side of Callowhill street,
      being a good Stand, and an old accustomed Tavern; where he has
      good Accommodations, for the Reception of Gentlemen Travellers,
      &c. And as he purposed to use his utmost Endeavours to oblige all
      Person who favour him with their Custom, he hopes to meet with
      such Encouragement from the Public as his Merit deserves.
      The Conveyancing Business is also carried on by him, in its
      several Branches, as usual, with Secrecy and Dispatch.
      The Subscriber has for Sale, which may be entered on immediately a
      certain messuage, Plantation, or Tract of Land, containing 138
      Acres and Allowance, within two Miles of said Town, 14 Acres
      thereof is good watered Meadow, and as much more may be made;
      there is a constant Stream of Water through the whole, with great
      Plenty of Springs, very convenient for an Oil or Fulling Mill,
      both of which are greatly wanted in these parts and if either were
      erected, and carefully drove on, might be very advantageous to the
      Purchaser.
      Also a Tract of Land, situate in Robeson Township, about 7 Miles
      from Reading, near a Grist and Saw mill and a public Road,
      containing about 70 Acres, 6 Acres, or thereabouts can be made
      Meadow, from a Spring of Water issuing out of the same.
      Also a two Story Stone Messuage, large Barn and Stables, and Lot
      of Ground, in the said Town of Reading, compleatly finished
      situate on the South Side of Penn street, the fourth Lot from the
      Court house in the Centre Square, very convenient for a Store,
      Tavern, or private Family.
      And also another Messuage or Tenement, and Lot of Ground, situate
      in said Town, a Corner of Richard and Lord streets; which Lot
      receives the Benefit of the waste Water from the Fountain at the
      Head of said Town. For Terms of sale, apply to the Subscriber in
      Reading aforesaid, where they may be known, and the Premises
      shewn. JAMES WHITEHEAD, jun.

   n. 1767 April 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40133
      TO be SOLD, by public Vendue, on the 27th Day of April instant, a
      House and Lot of Land, situate in the Borough of Wilmington, in
      Orange street, adjoining a Lot of David Pharis; the Sale to be
      held in said Borough. On the 29th Instant will be sold two
      valuable Plantations, situate in the Township of Easttown, Chester
      County; Plantation No. 1 contains 150 Acres, whereon there is a
      good Stone house, and Garden, pleasantly situated on Darby Road,
      convenient for a GentlemanCountry Seat; there is on said Place a
      good Barn, Out houses, between 8 and 10 Acres of Meadow, and 15
      Acres more may be made, with a Conveniency of watering the same.
      The Plantation No. 2 adjoins the aforementioned Premises,
      containing 80 Acres of Land, by Computation, whereon there is a
      Log Dwelling house, convenient for a Store or Tavern, being
      situate on two public Roads; the Land is fresh and new. And on the
      2d Day of May next will be sold, on the Premises, a Quantity or
      Piece of Land, situate in East Caln Township, containing 40 Acres,
      or thereabouts, whereon there are two Log Dwelling houses, a Malt
      house, 73 Feet long by 20 Feet wide, where may be made a
      considerable Quantity of Malt every Season; there is on said Place
      10 Acres of Meadow, well watered; the above Lands being late the
      real Estate of Benjamin Weatherby, deceased. Further Particulars,
      and Terms of Sale, will be made known at the Day of Sale, by
      WHITEHEAD WEATHERBY, BERNARD VAN LEER, ISAAC WAYNE, Executors.

   n. 1767 July 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40621
      To be SOLD cheap, A LIKELY hearty Servant LadTimes, who has three
      Years and some Months to serve, fit for Country Business. Enquire
      of Mr. JAMES WHITEHEAD, at the Workhouse, in Philadelphia.

   n. 1767 July 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40793
      TO BE SOLD, A SERVANT ManTime, who has about two Years and six
      Months to serve, a Shoemaker by Trade, is a strong hearty Man, and
      fit for any Service in Town or Country. Enquire of James
      Whitehead, Keeper of the Workhouse.

   n. 1767 August 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40900
      PURSUANT to the last will and testament of BENJAMIN WEATHERBY,
      deceased, will be sold by the subscribers, on the first day of
      September next, at 2 oin the afternoon, a valuable plantation or
      tract of land, situate in Easttown, Chester county, containing 150
      acres of good land, whereon is a genteel and commodious stone
      dwelling house, barn, stables and spring house, about one half
      cleared the fields are well limed and dunged; there is on it 18
      acres of meadow made, and to be made; as the place affords a fine
      prospect, may be suitable for a gentlemancountry seat. Also will
      be sold by the subscribers, aforesaid, on the fourth day of the
      aforesaid month, a valuable plantation, situate in East Caln
      township, and county of Chester aforesaid, containing 300 acres of
      land, whereon there is a stone malt house, 73 feet long by 25
      wide, with two square log dwelling houses, about 12 acres of
      meadow made, and well watered and 50 more may be made, with a
      conveniency of watering the same; about 70 acres of upland
      cleared, fresh and new. The land will be sold all together, or in
      parcels, as may best suit the purchaser or purchasers; the
      conditions will be made known on the day of sale, and attendance
      will be given by the Subscribers on the premises. WHITEHEAD
      WEATHERBY, BERNARD VAN LEER, ISAAC WAYNE, Executors.

   n. 1767 September 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41079
      WAS committed to the Workhouse, two Negroes, who call themselves
      by the Name of James and Will; James says he belongs to Daniel
      Hughes, in Cumberland county; Will is an old Negroe, and says he
      belongs to Hammil or Hamilton, and speaks so bad English, I cannot
      find where he belongs. Their masters are desired to come or send
      for them, and pay Charges to JAMES WHITEHEAD, Keeper of the
      Workhouse, in Philadelphia.

   n. 1767 September 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41129
      Pursuant to the last will and testament of BENJAMIN WEATHERBY
      deceased, will be sold, by public vendue, on the 10th of October
      next, at the sign of the Blue Ball, on Lancaster road, A
      PLANTATION, situate in the township of Easttown, and county of
      Chester, containing 150 acres of good land, whereon there is a
      stone house, kitchen and milk house, new barn, a garden,
      surrounded with a stone wall; half the land is cleared, the
      remainder being woodland, 18 acres of meadow made, and may be
      made, with a good orchard, stored with apple and quince trees,
      pleasantly situate on Darby road, about 18 miles from the city of
      Philadelphia, suitable either for a gentlemancountry seat, store
      keeper, or farmer. On the same day and place will be sold, a tract
      or piece of land, situate in East Caln township, Chester county,
      containing 40 acres or thereabouts, whereon there is a stone malt
      house, 73 feet long and 23 wide; there is about 10 acres of
      watered meadow, an orchard of 60 apple trees, and a sufficient
      dwelling house. The above mentioned premises being late the real
      estate of BENJAMIN WEATHERBY deceased. Where attendance and terms
      of sale will be made known by WHITEHEAD WEATHERBY, BERNARD
      VANLEER, ISAAC WAYNE, executors.
      N.B. All persons having any demands against the estate of Benjamin
      Weatherby deceased, are desired to send in their accounts to the
      executors, that they may be adjusted; and all those indebted to
      said estate, are desired to make immediate payment, or otherwise
      they will be sued, without respect of persons.

   n. 1767 October 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41203
      TO BE SOLD, AN Irish servant mantime, who has near two years to
      serve, by trade a sadler, and is a good workman, fit for town or
      country business. Enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD, at the Work house,
      Philadelphia.

   n. 1767 December 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #41686
      To be SOLD, by public VENDUE, On the eleventh day of January next, ....
      Whitehead Jones, at the upper end of Market street, in Philadelphia.
      N.B. The creditors of the said William Brown are desired to
      attend, at his dwelling house in Woolwich aforesaid, on the said
      eleventh day of January next, with several demands against him,
      that they may be then settled.

   n. 1768 February 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42007
      TO BE SOLD, A LIKELY Irish Servant LADTime, who has four Years to
      serve, and is fit for Town or country Business. Enquire of JAMES
      WHITEHEAD, at the Workhouse, in Philadelphia.

   n. 1768 February 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42009
      FOUR POUNDS Reward.
      ON WEDNESDAY, the 10th Day of February, was stolen from the
      Subscriber, living in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania, a
      SILVER WATCH, the MakerName JAMES WHITE, at the End of White,
      there is scratched with a Pin the Word HEAD; and on the Inside
      Case there is also scratched J. W. which, on close Inspection, may
      be readily observed. The said Watch was out of Repair, without a
      Chrystal, and had no Silk within; had a Steel Chain, and Seal with
      two Impressions. Whoever secures the same, so that the Subscriber
      may get it again, shall receive a Reward of Forty Shillings and
      for the Thief, if brought to Conviction, Forty Shillings more,
      from the Subscriber. All Watchmakers are earnestly requested to
      stop the same, if brought to them to be repaired. JAMES WHITEHEAD,
      junior.

   n. 1768 April 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42240
      TO be sold by public vendue, on Wednesday, the 20th day of this
      instant April, on the premises, a valuable plantation and tract of
      land, containing 340 acres, situate in the township of Woolwich,
      in the county of Gloucester, and western division of New Jersey,
      on the river Delaware, opposite Marcus Hook, about 24 miles from
      Philadelphia, on which there is a good dwelling house, barn and
      orchard, about 50 acres of upland cleared, 70 acres of good
      side of Raccoon creek, about 3 miles from the above plantation; 20
      acres of green rye will be sold separate, now growing on the said
      premises......
      applying to Matthew Gill, near the same; of the houses, to
      Whitehead Jones; and of the lands in Sussex, to John Mifflin,
      merchant, in Philadelphia. The above lands were late the property
      of William Brown, and by him assigned to the subscribers, who sell
      them for the use of his creditors; SAMUEL BILES, JOHN HINCHMAN,
      and SAMUEL BLACKWOOD, who will make the payments as easy as
      possible for the purchasers.

   n. 1768 April 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42254
      TO BE SOLD, A LIKELY healthy NEGROE WENCH, 24 Years old, can do
      all Sorts of House work, such as Cooking, Washing, Spinning, &c.
      fit for TOWN or Country Business. Enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1768 June 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42706
      TO BE SOLD, A LIKELY healthy Servant LADTime, who has between five
      and six Years to serve, fit for Town or Country Business. Enquire
      of JAMES WHITEHEAD, Keeper of the Workhouse in Philadelphia.

   n. 1768 July 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42805
      TO BE SOLD, A LIKELY healthy Servant LADTime, who has between five
      and six Years to serve, fit for Town or Country Business. Enquire
      of JAMES WHITEHEAD, Keeper of the Workhouse in Philadelphia.

   n. 1768 September 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43178
      TO BE SOLD, A LIKELY SERVANT MAN, having near 4 Years to serve, is
      very fit either for a Groom, or a Waiter in a GentlemanHouse, as
      he hath been much accustomed to the latter; he also understands
      something of Physic and Surgery; has formerly lived with a
      Gentleman who practised, and hath lately practised with good
      Success himself. Any Person inclining to purchase such a Person,
      may apply to JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1768 October 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43383
      PHILADELPHIA, October 6.
      Saturday last being the Anniversary Election throughout this
      Province for Representatives, Sheriffs, &c. the following
      Gentlemen were chosen, viz.
      Philadelphia County. Representatives, Thomas Livezey,
      Commissioner, John Roberts (Whitpain) Assessors,...
      Philadelphia City.  City Assessors, ...  George Robert,
      Chester County. Representatives, ..., Charles Humphreys,
      Berks County. Coroners, ..., James Whitehead, junior.
      Northampton County. Representative, George Taylor.
      Sussex County. Representatives, Benjamin Burton,...  Thomas Robinson,
      (Remainder of the Elections not come to hand.) Under the London
      Head, of August 4, is the following Paragraph.
      And lately was married in Maryland, Mr. JOHN CADWALADER, Merchant,
      of this City, to Miss BETSY LLOYD, only Daughter of the Honourable
      lost data
      Schooner, Captain Lewis, from Dominica for Casco Bay, 22 Days out,
      all well.
      lost data; Whitehead Weatherby, Blue Ball,
      Lancaster Road;

   n. 1769 February 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44116
      ANNAPOLIS, February 9.
      About ten Days ago, one Charles Whitehead, and two of his Sons,
      with a Woman, a Stranger, set off, in a small Canoe, from the
      Mouth of Magotthy River, for Patapsco; and the 3 Persons, last
      mentioned, were, by a sudden Shock the Canoe accidentally met
      with, thrown out of the same, and unfortunately drowned, and the
      poor old Man was next Day found dead in the Canoe, owing to the
      Severity of the Weather. --- Some of the drowned Bodies have been
      since found, and decently interred.

   n. 1769 October 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #45499
      PHILADELPHIA, October 12.
      Cumberland County. Representatives, William Allen, ....
      Berks County. ... Coroners, James Whitehead,
      Northampton County. Representative, George Taylor.
      Sussex County. Representatives, ....  Benjamin Burton. Thomas Robinson,
      Sheriffs, .., Peter Robinson.
      Captain Sutton, from Barbados, on the 14th ult. in Lat. 16, spoke
      with Captain Cox, in a Brig from this Port for the Grenades, out
      28 Days, all well; and a little to the Southward of Cape Hatteras,
      he spoke with Captain Roberts, in a Ship from the Grenades for
      Virginia, out 17 Days, all well.

   n. 1769 October 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #45581
      A LIST of LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, Philadelphia.
      James Allison, Forks of Delaware;
      John Campbell, Kingsessing;
      John King,
      Lewis Lloyd, Abington
      George Russell,
      Robert Scott,
      William Scott, Neshaminy;
      Richard Taylor, Philadelphia;
      Gloucester Point; James Taylor,
      Matthew Whitehead, Mary Williams, Capt. Samuel Williams,
      Philadelphia;

   n. 1770 February 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46114
      Philadelphia, January 25, 1770.
      WAS committed to the Workhouse of this City, a Negroe Man, named
      JOE, alias JOHN MITCHELL, says he belongs to William Rowan, Esq;
      near HobbHole, Essex County, Virginia; and MARY RAUENSWORTH, says
      she belongs to Philip Wetheall, in Frederick Town, near Newtown,
      Maryland. As I have wrote to both Masters, and have had no answer,
      this is to let them know, that if they do not come, for send for
      the Negroe, and White woman, in two Months from this Notice, they
      will be turned out, by
      JAMES WHITEHEAD, Keeper of said Workhouse.

   n. 1770 February 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46133
      NEW YORK, February 5.
      City of New York, ss. AT a COMMON COUNCIL, held at the City Hall
      of the said City, on Friday, the second Day of February, Anno
      Domini 1770.
      PRESENT. Whitehead Hicks, Esq; Mayor;
      Mr. Mayor communicated to this Board, that he lately received a
      Letter, directed to him, in the Words following. To the Worshipful
      Whitehead Hicks, Esq; Mayor of the City of New York.

   n. 1770 March 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46336
      TO be sold by the Subscriber, living in the township of
      Pilesgrove, in the county of Salem, in the province of West New
      Jersey, the one half of a forge, with 4 fires, and 2 hammers, with
      coal houses, and a convenient dwelling house, the whole built with
      stone, and in good repair, not more than 3 years old, with a
      smithshop, and a number of workmens houses, sufficient to
      accommodate the workmen; together with the half part of a stone
      grist mill, two years old, and in good repair, on a never failing
      stream of water, constantly supplied with springs, the mill
      overshot, with one pair of stones, boulting, tackling, all go by
      water, within half a mile of the above said forge. Also the half
      part of the mine, within a quarter of a mile of said forge,
      containing a sufficient quantity of good iron ore, to supply any
      number of works, which has been provided both in blooming and
      refining, and is of a superior quality to any made in the
      province. Also one other forge, with three fires, and one hammer,
      with sufficient room to erect another hammer and fire in the same
      house, a good saw mill on the same dam, the whole in good repair,
      and new, with a furnace, casting and bridge houses, and other
      conveniences, suitable for the same on the aforesaid dam, with a
      good new coal house, sufficient to contain 1500 loads of coal,
      with a smithshop, tanyard, curry shop, and shoemakershop and bark
      mill, also a good dwelling house, and kitchen, with a good spring
      of water near the door, store houses, stables and workmenhouses,
      the whole within a mile of the grist mill, and with a good spring
      of water near the door, store houses, stables and workmens houses,
      the whole within a mile of the grist mill, and within a mile and a
      half of the first mentioned forge, and a mile from the mine hole,
      with about 30 acres of good improved meadow, within a mile of the
      furnace, and bout 400 acres of rich swamp adjoining, within the
      same distance, with two good farms, within a mile of the furnace,
      and about 400 acres per year of grain, with a sufficient quantity
      of timber land to accommodate the works for any time; the greatest
      distance to cart coal will not exceed 3 miles in 20 years. The
      purchaser may have with the works 600 loads of coal, and 2000
      cords of wood, within a mile of the furnace, the greatest part set
      in pitts; the whole is situated in a fine country for trade, where
      there is plenty of all sorts of country produce to be sold
      reasonable, and on a good stream of water, called the Wallkill
      River, in the county of Sussex, in the province of East New
      Jersey, 40 miles from New Windsor, where is good navigation to New
      York, and 30 miles from a landing on Delaware River, from which
      place iron may be transported to Philadelphia reasonable. Any
      person inclining to purchase all or part, may apply to the
      subscriber at this house, or to Abia Brown, living at said works.
      An Indisputable title will be given.
      JOSEPH SHARP.
      N.B. The said iron has been tried in a steel furnace in
      Philadelphia, by Whitehead Humphreys, who says it is the best he
      has tried in this country for that use.

   n. 1770 August 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47102
      A LIST of LETTERS, remaining in the POST OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA,
      July 5, 1770.
      Peter Barker, ... Philadelphia;
      David Basset, Greenwich;
      Hugh Campbell, Mr. Campbell, Philadelphia;
      Daniel James, Philadelphia.
      William Preston, Philadelphia;
      Robert Roberts,
      Alexander Russell,
      Philadelphia;
      William Shaw,
      Captain James Taylor, Philadelphia;
      Matthew Whitehead, Philadelphia;
      Archibald Young, Philadelphia.

   n. 1770 August 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47201
      TO BE SOLD, AN indented Servant MAN, who has four Years to serve,
      understands taking Care of HORSES, and driving a CARRIAGE. Enquire
      of August 15, JAMES WHITEHEAD, Workhouse Keeper

   n. 1770 October 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47568
      WAS committed to the Work house of Philadelphia, as a runaway,
      September 14, 1770, a little man, he says his name is Thomas
      Jones, and came in with Captain McDougall, to the Ferry Branch of
      Patapsco, in Maryland, and was sold to John Dobbs, not far from
      that place; he is about 5 feet high, bow legged, limps in his
      walk, and has red hair, tied behind. HIs master is desired to come
      or send for him, or he will be let out, by JAMES WHITEHEAD, keeper
      of the Work house, in six weeks from this 10th day of October,
      1770.

   n. 1771 January 31 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #48191
      Philadelphia, First Month 29th, 1771.
      ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD, Daughter of John Whitehead, formerly of the
      Parish of St. Sidwell, in Exeter, came to this City about four
      Years and a Half since, being then about 19 Years of Age, and was
      sold to John Tolbert, of this City, who afterwards sold her to
      Ephraim Moore, living 8 Miles above Lancaster, on the Carlisle
      Road. And whereas the said ElizabethUncle is since dead, whereby a
      Share of his Estate has devolved to her; she is therefore
      requested, if living, to repair immediately to Philadelphia to the
      Subscriber, who will pay her Passage and Expences, and send her
      home. It will be kind in any Person to acquaint her of this, if
      she is living, and if dead, to inform the Subscriber, and send a
      Certificate thereof, signed before a Justice of the Peace, and all
      Charges will be chearfully paid. She is said to be a middle sized
      Woman, much marked with the Smallpox, has dark brown Hair, and
      dark small Eyes.  JOHN REYNELL.

   n. 1771 September 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49443
      NEW YORK, September 2.
      The Day following the Purse of L 50 was run for by the following
      Horses, viz. Mr. Whitehead Cornell Horse, Booby, Mr.
      ArmstrongHorse, Hero, Mr. Elsworthgrey Colt, Quicksilver, Mr.
      Butlerbay Horse, Bastard, Mr. Timothy Cornell black Horse,
      Richmond, Mr. Dickgrey Horse, Vitriol. Mr. Perkinsblack Horse,
      Steady, Mr. Van Hornegrey Mare, Caty Crow, and Mr. William
      Cornell grey Mare, Dove; which was won by Booby, after three Heats
      hard running.
      The Fox Mast Ship from London, the 27th of July, in Lat. 40 : 51,
      Long. 54: 30, spoke with the Carnarvan Mast Ship, Capt. Salmon,
      from this Port for London; the 6th ult. In Lat. 38 : 19 Long. 59,
      with the Ship Thomas and William, Capt. Cox, from Maryland for
      London also; the 9th, in Lat. 37 : 46, Long. 57, with the Sloop
      Neptune, Capt. Trevet, from Fyall for Rhode Island; the 19th, with
      a Snow, Capt. Morgan, from South Carolina for Bristol, Long. 57 :
      30; And on the 20th, Lat. 37 : 58, Long. 65 : 20, with the Ship
      Newry Packet, Capt. Robinson, from Philadelphia for Ireland.

   n. 1771 September 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49524
      TO BE SOLD, A DUTCH SERVANT MAN, about 26 Years Age; he is a
      hearty strong Fellow, and has four Years and ten Months to serve.
      Any person, inclining to buy said Servant, may apply to
      JAMES WHITEHEAD, in Philadelphia.

   n. 1771 September 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49555
      NEW YORK, September 16.
      But the next Day, being Wednesday the 12th, there was good running
      for the Purse of 50 l. which was won by Mr. Whitehead Cornell black
      Horse Steady (got by Old England) beating Mr. William Cornell Mare
      Dove, Mr. WatersHorse Vitriol, Mr. ArmstrongHorse Hero, and Mr.
      ElsworthHorse Quicksilver.
      Yesterday Captain Cobourn arrived here in a Sloop from
      Philadelphia; on Wednesday Morning last, in a hard Northwest Wind,
      off Barnagat, he had the Misfortune to lose his Mast.
      Captain Cobourn saw a Sloop on shore near the same Place, but
      could not discover who she was.

   n. 1771 October 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49839
      ALL persons indebted to the estate of Anthony Whitehead, late of
      Staten Island, deceased, are desired to make speedy payment; also,
      those persons that have any demands on said estate, in the
      province of Pennsylvania, are desired to leave their accounts with
      William Jenkins, in the city of Philadelphia, and those in the
      province of Maryland, with Michael Earle, Esq; in Cecil county,
      that they may be had and discharged with all expedition, by JABEZ
      JOHNSON, of New York, Executor.

   n. 1772 February 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50475
      RUN away from the subscriber, at Bladensburgh, in Maryland, a
      NEGROE man, named Ezekiel, born in the Jerseys, 30 years old, 5
      feet 10 or 11 inches high, thin faced, slim made, and very active,
      he speaks good English and Low Dutch, and is very plausible in his
      discourse, and crafty in his behaviour, that whoever apprehends
      him must take great care, or he will give him the slip; he can
      make coarse shoes, and for 5 years past worked at his former
      master, Starrforge, on Still Water, in Sussex county, in the
      Jerseys, where he has been many times seen since he run away.
      Whoever apprehends the said Negroe, and secures him in any goal,
      shall receive FORTY SHILLINGS; or if delivered to me, or James
      Maccubbin, or James Whitehead, in Philadelphia, shall receive FIVE
      POUNDS reward. Feb. 5, 1772.  JAMES MILLER.

   n. 1772 April 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50768
      To be SOLD, THE Time of a Servant Man, that has near 3 Years to
      serve, would suit a Farmer, or a Biscuit Baker in the Country. For
      terms, apply to JAMES WHITEHEAD, at the Work house, in
      Philadelphia, who will inform any Person of his Failings, and the
      Reason of his being sold.

   n. 1772 April 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #50853
      Philadelphia, April 20, 1772.
      ONE HUNDRED and FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.
      ON the night of the 15th instant, the Workhouse of this city was
      broke open, and out of a closet was stolen a black walnut box, a
      little larger than a wig box, containing a number of bonds, to the
      amount of L 1500, about 190 Half Joes, about 30 Pistoles, 8
      Moidores, 4 Guineas, 60 Pieces of Eight, and 48 Pounds in Jersey
      Six Pound bills. ---- Also, a Morocco leather pocket book,
      containing an English Guinea, a plain gold ring, a stone ditto,
      and a gold locker, marked E.W. There is great reason to believe
      said robbery was perpetrated by JOHN THOMAS, and WILLIAM DAVISON.
      Thomas had been detained in the Workhouse as an evidence, on the
      trial relative to the robbery of St. Paulchurch, and was
      discharged the 14th instant; he is a short well set man, born in
      England, about 21 years of age, smooth faced, and of a fresh
      complexion; had on a white fustian frock, a small round hat, has
      lost the hair off the top of his head, as if by a scald, and wears
      a bluish worsted cap; he formerly lived with Captain Heard, of
      Woodbridge, and used to ride horses for Mr. Heard and Mr. Waters.
      William Davison is also an Englishman, about 25 years of age, 5
      feet 4 or 5 inches high, thin visage, has a scar under one of his
      eyes, dark brown curled hair, lost some of his fore teeth, down
      look; had on a light coloured coat, blue surtout coat, white
      flannel waistcoat, leather breeches, grey ribbed worsted hose,
      half worn shoes, with one plain white metal buckle, the other
      carved brass; was confined in the Workhouse, and made his escape
      at the time the robbery was committed. Whoever apprehends the
      thieves, and secures them, so that the whole of the cash may be
      had again, shall have the above reward, or in proportion for any
      part of it, paid by JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1772 August 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51499
      To be SOLD, by PUBLIC VENDUE, On Wednesday, the 12th day of August
      next, at the town of Reading, in Berks county, A CERTAIN two story
      stone MESSUAGE, and LOT of GROUND, situate in the said town, on
      the south side of Penn street, the 4th lot from the Courthouse, in
      the center, containing 45 1/2 feet front on said Penn street, and
      230 feet in depth, to a 20 feet alley; subject to a yearly ground
      rent of 5s. 3d. sterling for ever, payable to the honourable
      Proprietaries of Pennsylvania, &c. whereon is erected a good barn,
      stables, a large shed, and other conveniences, suitable for a
      house of public entertainment, or storekeeping; the same is now in
      the occupation of James Whitehead, junior. The terms of sale will
      be made known on the said day of sale, on compliance with which,
      immediate possession, and a free deed, will be executed to the
      purchaser in fee simple, under the rent aforesaid.  Reading, July 26.

   n. 1772 October 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #51990
      PHILADELPHIA, October 21.
      On Monday last departed this Life, greatly and deservedly
      regretted, in the 31st Year of her Age, Mrs. ANNE JONES, Wife of
      Mr. WHITEHEAD JONES, of this City, and Daughter to Dr. RICHARD
      JOHNS, late of Maryland, deceased. - -- This Lady, during her
      short, but exemplary Life, uniformly distinguished herself by the
      Exercise of those Virtues that do Honour to Humanity, and justly
      entitle her to the comprehensive Character of being an Ornament to
      her Sex, and which will ever render her Memory dear to all who had
      the Pleasure of her Acquaintance. The Sorrow of her numerous
      Friends and Relatives, on this affecting Occasion, must, however,
      be greatly alleviated in the Consideration of her well spent Life,
      and the triumphantly resigned Manner in which she left this
      transitory World.
      "Thus through the Vale of Time she humbly trod,
      The Paths that lead to Virtuebright Abode;
      Till now releasher Spirit wings its Way,
      In purer Regions of eternal Day."
      The Day following, her Remains (attended by a great Concourse of
      respectable Inhabitants) were carried to Friends Burying Ground,
      and there deposited.
      With Captain Peters came Passenger, Mr. WILLIAM ALLEN, jun. Son of
      the Honourable WILLIAM ALLEN, Esq; of this Place.
      ARRIVALS.
      Deal, Aug. 11.
      the Endeavour, Gilbert, for Rhode Island;
      Representatives of the City and County of Philadelphia, in General
      Assembly, by a Committee of a Number of Inhabitants of said City
      and County.
      To JONATHAN ROBERTS,
      JOSEPH KING, Esquires, Representatives of the County;

   n. 1772 October 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #52047
      Annapolis, October 20, 1772.
      STOLEN from the subscriber, a red leather POCKET BOOK, which
      contained, among other papers, a ticket in the PettieIsland
      lottery, No. 2209, signed by Mr. Whitehead Humphreys, and indorsed
      on the back, paid James Williams 22s6. As the thief may probably
      present this ticket to said Mr. Humphreys, he is requested to stop
      the same, and give notice thereof toTHOMAS HYDE.

   n. 1772 November 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #52104
      LIST of LETTERS remaining in the Post Office, at Trenton.
      Robert Shaw, Somerset County.
      Mercy Whitehead, Lomington;

   n. 1772 December 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #52382
      By AUTHORITY, By the AMERICAN COMPANY, At the THEATRE in
      SOUTHWARK, THIS EVENING, will be presented A COMEDY (written by
      the ingenious Mr. Whitehead, Poet Laureat to his Majesty) not
      acted these five Years, called THE SCHOOL FOR LOVERS; Or, THE MAN
      OF THE TOWN.

   n. 1773 January 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #52461
      Philadelphia, January 11, 1773.
      TO BE SOLD, A LIKELY Irish SERVANT GIRL, about eighteen Years of
      Age, has three Years and between three and four Months to serve;
      she understands Town and Country Business. Enquire of Mr.
      WHITEHEAD, Work house Keeper, or of Mr. THOMAS PUGH, Taylor, in
      Fifth street, near Walnut street, for further Particulars.

   n. 1773 September 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #53909
      SIXTEEN DOLLARS Reward.
      STOLEN out of the stable of the subscriber, living in the township
      of Easton [Easttown], Chester county, Pennsylvania, on the 12th of
      April last, at night, a BAY HORSE, about 14 or 15 hands high, has
      a small star in his forehead, a black mane and tail, has a mark
      within one of his thighs, a natural pacer, branded with the letter
      I on his near shoulder. Whoever takes up said horse and thief,
      shall have the above reward; for the horse Three Pounds, and
      reasonable charges, if brought home; and Three Pounds for the
      thief, if convicted, paid by ANNE JAMES, or WHITEHEAD WEATHERBY.

   n. 1773 October 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54099
      PHILADELPHIA, October 6.
      JOHN PENN, Esquire, Governor and Commander in Chief of the
      Philadelphia County. Representatives, Jonathan Roberts
      Bucks County. Commissioner, Paul Preston.  Assessors, Nathaniel Roberts,
      Chester County. Representatives, Charles Humphreys,
      Commissioner, Thomas Lewis.
      Berks County.
      Coroners, James Whitehead, junior.
      Yesterday, at a Meeting of the COMMON COUNCIL, WILLIAM FISHER, Esq
      was chosen Mayor of this City for the ensuing Year.
      improvements, with near 300 Apple Trees of the very best Kinds of
      grafted Fruits. - For further particulars, enquire of Samuel
      Miles, in Second Street, Philadelphia. Who has also to dispose of,
      sundry Tracts of valuable lands in the County of Northumberland,
      principally on the Waters of PennCreek. - Also the time of an
      Irish Servant man, who has several Years to serve, enquire as
      above, or of Mr. WHITEHEAD, Work house Keeper.

   n. 1773 December 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54646
      RUN away, the 5th of this month, from her master, a Scotch servant
      girl, named PEGGY MARTIN, about five feet high, between 17 and 18
      years old, has short thick black hair, tied behind, of a swarthy
      complexion, and was very fat, when she went away; she came from
      Scotland this fall, and cannot talk any English; it is supposed
      that she is harboured by some of the Scotch people, that came here
      along with her in the same vessel; she had on, when she went away,
      a Scotch mixed blue woollen gown, a lincey wooley petticoat, a
      black silk handkerchief, a pair of low heeled shoes, a pair of
      knit yarn stockings, and a checked apron. Whoever takes up the
      said servant, and brings her to Mr. JAMES WHITEHEAD, Workhouse
      keeper, in Philadelphia, shall have FORTY SHILLINGS reward, and
      all reasonable charges, paid by him. December 27, 1773.

   n. 1774 January 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #54704
      NEW YORK, January 6.
      The most dreadful Fire, which broke out in the GovernorDwelling
      The Day after the above Fire, his Excellency our Governor sent the
      following Letter to the Worshipful Whitehead Hicks, Esq; Mayor of
      this City.
      SIR,New York, 30th Dec. 1773.
      "Deeply impressed as I am with a grateful Sense of the strenuous
      Endeavours of the Citizens to extinguish the raging Fire, which
      happened at Fort George last Night, and greatly threatened the
      Safety of the whole City, I find myself irresistibly impelled to
      request you to communicate to them my cordial and affectionate
      Thanks, for the Skill and Activity with which all Ranks exerted
      themselves on the alarming Occasion.I am, Sir,
      Your very obedient humble Servant.
      Wm. TRYON."
      The Worshipful Whitehead Hick, Esq;
      Mayor of the City of New York.

   n. 1774 March 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55012
      To be SOLD, at PUBLIC VENDUE, on Monday, the second Day of May
      next (or at private Sale, any Time before) A HOUSE and LOT, in
      Princetown, in which William Whitehead now lives, the Lot contains
      3 Acres or more. For Particulars, enquire of JAMES NEILSON, Esq;
      in New Brunswick, or JOSEPH OLDDEN, in Princetown.

   n. 1774 June 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55604
      TO BE SOLD, THE Time of an English Servant BOY, who has about two
      Years to serve. Enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1774 July 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #55725
      TO BE SOLD, THE Time of a SERVANT LAD, who has between 5 and 6
      Years to serve. Enquire of Mr. JAMES WHITEHEAD, Keeper of the Work
      house.

   n. 1774 October 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56305
      TO BE SOLD, A MULATTOE Slave not yet 20 years of age, had the
      smallpox and measles, he is a good farmer and carter; I have
      raised him from a child, and always found him honest, but indeed
      he wants a good master. For further particulars, apply to Mr.
      Andrew Carson, or Mr. Whitehead, in Third street; or to the owner,
      living in Bedminster township, Bucks county. ROBERT ROBINSON.

   n. 1774 November 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #56465
      Philadelphia, November 10, 1774.
      TO BE SOLD, THE Time of an English SERVANT MAN, who has three
      Years and an Half to serve; he is a strong hearty Fellow,
      understands taking Care of Horses, and driving a Carriage or Team.
      Enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD, at the Workhouse.

   n. 1775 March 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57338
      TO BE SOLD, A STOUT young Irish LAD, about 19 or 20 years of age,
      fit for town or country, has about two years and an half of his
      time to serve. Any person inclining to buy, may know the
      conditions, by applying to John Roberts, in Elbow Lane, or William
      Little, ship-joiner, in Shippen street, Southwark, or Mr.
      Whitehead, Workhousekeeper.

   n. 1775 May 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57588
      PHILADELPHIA.
      AFFIDAVITS and depositions relative to the commencement of the
      late hostilities in the province of Massachusetts Bay, together
      with an ADDRESS from the Provincial Convention of said province,
      Lexington, April 25, 1775.
      Philip Russell, Simeon Snow,
      Lexington, April 23, 1775.
      We John Hoar, John Whitehead, John Adams, Gregory Stone, all of
      Lincoln, in the county of Middlesex, Massachusetts Bay, all of
      lawful age, do testify and say, that on Wednesday last we were
      assembled at Concord, in the morning of said day, in consequence
      Signed by each of the above Deponents.
      Lexington, April 23, 1775.
      We Bradley Robinson, Samuel Spring, Thaddeus Bancraft, all of
      Concord, and James Adams, of Lexington, of the county of
      Middlesex, all of lawful age, do testify and say, that on
      Signed by each of the above Deponents.
      the persecuted American Colonies.
      We sincerely hope, that the Great Sovereign of the Universe, who
      hath so often appeared for the English Nation, will support you in
      every rational and manly execution with these colonies, for saving
      it from ruin, and that in a constitutional connection with the
      Mother Country, we shall soon be altogether a free and happy
      people. Per Order,
      JOSEPH WARREN, President, Pro. Tem.

   n. 1775 September 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58163
      RUN away, on the 26th of August last, from the subscriber, an
      Irish servant girl, named ANN SKILLING, middle sized, came in the
      ship Charlotte, Captain Edgar, has red hair, full faced, fresh
      complexion, stoop shoulders, and speaks the Scotch dialect a
      little; had on, when she went off, a light blue stuff gown. As it
      is supposed she is gone with some of the passengers, it is hoped
      no person will harbour her. Whoever brings her to Mr. WHITEHEAD,
      at the Workhouse, shall receive FIFTEEN SHILLINGS reward, paid by
      ROBERT GORDON HALL.

   n. 1775 October 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58299
      TO BE SOLD, THE Time of an Irish SERVANT LAD, who has three Years
      and seven Months to serve. Enquire of Mr. JAMES WHITEHEAD, at the
      Workhouse.

   n. 1775 October 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58398
      NEW YORK, October 19.
      The following are copies of letters which lately passed betwixt
      his Excellency Governor Tryon, and Whitehead Hicks, Esq; Mayor of
      this city.
      "SIR, New York, October 13, 1775.
      FROM undoubted authority from this city of Philadelphia, the
      Continental Congress have recommended it to the Provincial
      ...consistent with my bounden duty to my Sovereign.
      I am, Sir,
      Your very obedient Servant,
      WILLIAM TRYON. WHITEHEAD HICKS, Esq;
      Mayor of the city of New York."
      "SIR, New York, October 14, 1775.
      "INSTANTLY upon the receipt of your Excellencycommands signified
      by your letter of yesterday, I called the magistrates and
      highest esteem and respect,
      Your Excellencymost obedient Servant,
      WHITEHEAD HICKS. His Excellency WM. TRYON, Esq;
      "SIR, New York, October 14, 1775.
      I HAVE received your letter in answer to my application to the
      corporation and citizens of yesterday, to obtain their assurances
      WILLIAM TRYON. WHITEHEAD HICKS, Esq;
      Mayor of the city of New York."
      "SIR, New York, October 18, 1775.
      WHEN your Excellencyletter of Saturday came to hand, the day was
      so far spent, that I had no prospect of an opportunity to take the
      sense of the citizens upon it till Monday, and then unfortunately
      WHITEHEAD HICKS.
      To his Excellency WILLIAM TRYON, Esq."
      "SIR, Committee Chamber, Oct. 17, 1775.
      HIS Excellency Governor Tryonsecond letter to your worship of the
      Your very humble servants.
      By order of the Committee,
      ISAAC LOW, Chairman.
      The Worshipful WHITEHEAD HICKS, Esq;"
      We are assured that several gentlemen in Ulster county have lately
      no truth in the report which was current last week, that Col.
      Allen and his party, or any of them, had been taken prisoners in
      Canada.
      experienced officer, is arrived there at the town of Bristol, with
      700 men, sent by General Washington, in order to protect the
      inhabitants from the piratical incursions of a Captain Wallace,
      We hear that Major Charles Preston, of his Majesty26th, or
      Cameronian regiment, commands in the post of St. John; Brigadier
      General Richard Prescot, Lieutenant Colonel of the Royal English

   n. 1775 November 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58443
      NEW YORK, October 26.
      "SIR,
      "Finding your letter of yesterday insufficient for the security I
      WILLIAM TRYON.
      "Whitehead Hicks, Esq; Mayor of the City of New York."
      October 28. The following is the substance of the examination of
      Elijah Cable, of Fairfield, in Connecticut, taken yesterday before
      the Provincial Congress, viz.
      That he left St. Johnon Friday the 13th, that there are about 4000
      men at that place; General Montgomery is on the south side, and

   n. 1775 December 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58715
      NEW YORK, December 20.
      A letter from William Tryon, Esq; to his Worship the Mayor of this
      city.
      Ship Dutchess of Gordon, off New York.
      "SIR,December 18, 1775.
      "I lose no time in transmitting to you herewith, a letter I this
      morning received from Captain Parker, of his Majestyship Phoenix,
      I am Sir, Your very humble Servant,
      Wm. TRYON Whitehead Hicks, Esq;
      Mayor of the city of New York.
      "SIR,
      "Being ordered by my instructions from Vice Admiral Greaves,
      commander in chief of his Majestyships and vessels in North
      To his Excellency Governor Tryon.
      Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Cambridge, tohis friend at
      New Haven, December 11.
      "Yesterday about 600 of the Regulars on BunkerHill demolished

   n. 1776 August 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59839
      BOSTON, July 25.
      Last Lordday arrived here Capt. De Silvere in twenty six days from
      Martinico; he informs that a number of sail were soon to follow
      ..............sterling, and some cash. Also the following Tory
      gentlemen and ladies, viz. Patrick Reed, Thomas Frazier, Robert
      Semple and wife, Elizabeth Burns, John Burns, Abigail Pecit,
      Thomas Semple, and the pious Benjamin Davis and son, Benjamin
      Davis, Thomas Pamp, and John Whitehead. The privateer Warren,
      Captain Burk, engaged with another of the fleet, and near taking
      her, when by some accident she had 3 of her men blown up, and 7
      wounded, which obliged them to put into port.
      Tuesday 2d of July put into Halifax, a transport ship, having on
      board a number of the Hessian troops.
      The above tories were brought to town in a Marblehead schooner
      early this morning, and escorted up to goal; they say they left
      Halifax near a month ago; that three transports with Hessian
      troops, sailed in company with them bound to New York; and that
      the day they left Halifax, they saw a fleet of 40 sail, which they
      supposed to be transports with Hessian troops.

   n. 1776 October 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #60247
      Germantown, October 28, 1776.
      FOUR DOLLARS Reward.
      RUN away the 16th of this instant, from the subscriber, a servant
      man, named Jacob Whitehead, born in England, a Carver by trade,
      and has for these two years past worked at that in the Coachmaking
      way; had on a brown coat, with white metal buttons, made in the
      fashion of a uniform, buckskin breeches, new black grain neats
      leather pumps, white thread stockings; he is about 5 feet 5 inches
      high, black hair, squint eyed, very near sighted, much given to
      strong drink, struts much in his walk, and a great bragger.
      Whoever takes up the said servant, and secures him in any goal, so
      that his master may get him again, shall have the above reward,
      paid by JOHN BRINGHURST.

   n. 1778 June 10 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62091
      TO BE SOLD, By virtue of a permission granted the subscriber by
      the Supreme Executive Council, the following tenements, and tracts
      of land:
      1. A VALUABLE plantation of two hundred acres, near the town of
      Reading, in Berks County, whereon is a new two story stone house,
      43 by 33 feet, with a room and kitchen adjoining it, a stone barn,
      stables, and spring house, and a thriving orchard; also a seat of
      32 feet fall for a merchant mill on the Philadelphia road, with a
      dam but lately built for the use of that and the meadows, which
      lye on a constant stream fed by several excellent springs, and
      which make it suitable to be divided into town out lots and
      tenements of between ten and eighteen acres, with watered meadow
      and upland for orchards, &c. for each. It is bounded on three
      sides by an extensive range for sheep and young cattle, and may be
      enclosed at a small expence with stone. There is near one hundred
      acres cleared, of which about thirty is watered meadow, and much
      more may be now easily made. The place is very suitable for a
      store or tavern.
      2. Two houses and lots adjoining said town.
      3. Five tracts of warranted and surveyed lands, containing about
      two thousand acres, in Northumberland and Bedford Counties.
      4. A share in a house and lot and tenement in the City and
      Northern Liberties of Philadelphia.
      The whole premises, but the last, will be sold by public vendue at
      the house of William Whitehead, in Reading, on the 30th day of
      July next, if not sooner disposed of by private sale. For further
      particulars and terms enquire of JAMES WHITEHEAD, Esq; in Reading,
      or the owner, living at St. GabrielChurch.ALEXANDER MURRAY.

   n. 1778 July 9 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62152
      AS soon as the enemyarmy came to this City, a certain JOSEPH FOX,
      farrier, a noted traitor, seized and took away near four tons of
      BLISTERED STEEL, with the apparatus and all the utensils belonging
      to the subscribersteel furnace; which, from the best information,
      he has sold to some persons in town. Should any of the inhabitants
      inform where the said steel or other articles are, or any part
      thereof, they may depend upon being handsomely rewarded.
      WHITEHEAD HUMPHUEYS. [sic]

   n. 1778 July 25 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62312
      PHILADELPHIA.
      WHEREAS sundry persons, notoriously disaffected to the American
      cause, and others of suspicious characters, presuming upon the
      .....country, and inattention to their oath of allegiance, have been so
      far misled as to suppose their appearing as witnesses against such
      offenders officious and dishonourable.
      IN WITNESS whereof, we have hereunto set our hands, this 17th July, 1778.
      Joseph Reed,...  Whitehead Humphreys, ...  Thomas Proctor,Robert Roberts,
      ... Richard Humphreys,Alexander Nesbitt,
      ...,William Sharpe, James Lloyd,.. John Campbell,..  John Young, Jun.
      ... James Robinson, William Allen, Robert Allison, ...,John Coburn,
      ... Lewis Farmer,.. Joseph C. Fisher,..  Cadwallader Dickenson,..
      David Pancoast, ...  John Palmer,...  ,Joseph Robinson,...,John Osman.

   n. 1778 August 1 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #62418
      THE INDIAN KING, FORMERLY kept by JOHN BIDDLE, in Market street,
      opposite the Shambles, is now opened for the reception of
      Travellers and others, who may depend on the best accommodation
      for themselves and horses, by The Publichumble servant,
      WILLIAM WHITEHEAD.

   n. 1778 October 24 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #63384
      A LIST of LETTERS remaining in the GENERAL POST OFFICE,
      Philadelphia, October 5th, 1778.
      ... David Allison, Cumberland...Capt. William Campbell..John Coburn...
      Capt. Robert Campbell... Joseph Eastman. Dr. James Fallon, Yellow Springs.
      ...Major Henry Fisher, Lewis Town...  Jacob Harman... Whitehead Humphreys.
      ... Mary Horner..  John James, 2... Abel James... Christopher Johnson.
      ...James James, Salem, New Jersey...Robert Lewis and Sons, Chester County.
      ..Elizabeth Martin, Burlington..  Elizabeth Osborne.
      ...Hannah Russel
      Edward Roberts...Capt. Isaiah Robinson..Nancy Roberts, Reading. Catherine
      Roberts, Shippensburg. William Sykes, 2.
      Capt. Thomas Scott, Eastown.
      Mr. Taylor.
      Mrs. Weatherby.. Captain William Williams.
      Richard Whitehead. John Williams, John Whitehead.

   n. 1778 November 26 The Pennsylvania Packet ITEM #63721
      Philadelphia, November. 23, 1778.
      TO PREVENT FURTHER IMPOSITIONS, the Subscriber takes this method
      to inform the Public, That his STEEL is not sold by any other
      person in this city, that Mr. ROBERT ROBERTS, in Market street, a
      little above the sign of the Waggon.
      WHITEHEAD HUMPHREYS.

   n. 1779 March 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #64269
      To the CITIZENS of PENNSYLVANIA.
      RICHARD BACHE, Chairman.
      Joshua Humphreys, jun.
      John Cadwalader,
      George Clymer,
      Peter Z. Lloyd,
      Whitehead Humphrey,
      Lambert Cadwalader,
      George Campbell,
      Robert Roberts,

   n. 1779 July 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #64622
      YESTERDAY, pursuant to adjournment, the citizens of Philadelphia
      met in the State house yard, in order to determine upon the mode
      of choosing a new Committee, to carry into execution sundry
      resolutions entered into the day before, as also to consider other...
      Cadwallader was still interrupted, in the most disorderly manner,
      1st. That the interruption given to John Cadwallader, Esq; in his
      attempt to address his fellow citizens upon the subject of their
      common interest and happiness, was a violation of the LIBERTY OF
      SPEECH, and dangerous to the liberties of the people.
      Whitehead Humphries, ...............
      his services as Chairman, and to General Cadwallader for the
      laudable zeal and firmness he discovered in defending that great
      and inestimable privilege in a free country THE LIBERTY OF SPEECH.
      The whole was conducted and concluded with the greatest decorum.

   n. 1779 October 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #64841
      PHILADELPHIA.
      SIR,Pittsburgh, September 23, 1779.....
      street, leading into Passyunk road. For terms
      enquire of RICHARD WHITEHEAD, Scrivener, at his office, theere
      Deeds, Mortgages and other Writings are drawn as usual, with care
      and dispatch.

   n. 1782 large yard, stores, crane and
      wharff, formerly belonging to John Braham, esquire, deceased, with
      stenement and lot of ground, on the north side of
      Callowhill street, between Front and Second streets, in the
      Northern Liberties. This lot is 20 feet front, and 74 feet deep,
      and subject to yearly ground rent of 4 l. sterling. For terms
      apply to RICHARD WHITEHEAD, Scrivener, at his office, the
      northwest corner of Vine and Water streets.

   n. 1783 August 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #68940
      TO BE SOLD, A LOT of GROUND, situate in the town of Camden,
      sometimes called CooperTown, in the township of New Town, in the
      county of Gloucester, New Jersey, opposite to the city of
      Philadelphia, containing in breadth on the east side of King
      street, or Water street, 20 feet, and in Depth 170 feet. It is a
      well situated lot, being about 260 feet from the river Delaware,
      and as the town improves, must certainly grow valuable, and be a
      good place for a shop or store. For terms, apply to RICHARD
      WHITEHEAD, Scrivener, at his Office, the corner of Vine and Water
      streets, where a plan of said town may be seen; and who has for
      sale, a few barrels of choice fat MACKAREL, just imported from the
      eastward.

   n. 1784 May 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70191
                          To be SOLD cheap for CASH,
      A TRACT of LAND, situate on the east side of the northeast branch
      of Susquehanna river, in the county of Northumberland, adjoining
      land surveyed to George Ballard, and containing 332 acres and the
      usual allowance for roads.
      ALSO one undivided moiety or half part of one other tract of LAND,
      near to or adjoining the above mentioned tract, and containing 321
      and an half acres, and allowances aforesaid. There two tracts have
      been duly surveyed and patented, previous to the month of April,
      1775. The soil is good, several fine springs are on the same, and
      water sufficient for a mill or mills; the situation being not
      above nine miles from the town of Sunbury. For terms apply to
      RICHARD WHITEHEAD, Scrivener, at his Office on the east side of
      Front street, between Vine and Callowhill streets, who has several
      Lots in the city and liberties of Philadelphia to SELL, or LETT on
      GROUND RENT for ever.

   n. 1784 July 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70424
                                  TO BE SOLD,
      A LOT of GROUND situate on the north side of a new street 50 feet
      wide, between Delaware Third and Fourth streets in the Northern
      Liberties, containing in breadth 27 feet 6 inches, including part
      of a 9 feet wide alley, and in length or depth about 138 feet; it
      is a level spot of ground, and very convenient for a porter,
      carter or butcher.
      Also several other LOTS in the Northern Liberties. Enquire of
      RICHARD WHITEHEAD, Scrivener, on the east side of Front street,
      between Vine and Callowhill streets.

   n. 1784 November 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #70923
                                        Philadelphia, November 18, 1784.
      BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed, will be
      exposed to sale by public vendue, at the coffee-house, on
      WEDNESDAY the first day of December next, at 5 o'clock in the
      afternoon, a certain two story brick messuage and lot of ground
      thereunto belonging, situate on the south side of Sugar alley,
      between Sixth and Seventh streets, from the river Delaware, in the
      city of Philadelphia, being 15 feet front, and 40 feet in depth,
      bounded west by a messuage and lot of Abraham Kinsey, northward by
      Sugar alley aforesaid, eastward by William Turner, &c. subject to
      Taken in execution as the property of Whitehead Jones, by THOMAS
      PROCTOR, Sheriff.

   n. 1785 March 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #71373
                                           Philadelphia, March 21, 1785.
      ALL persons indebted to the estate of JOHN MOORE, late of
      Philadelphia, deceased, are once more desired to make speedy
      payment; and all persons having any demands against the said
      estate, are requested to bring in their accounts, properly
      attested, to WILLIAM SMALLWOOD,
      R. WHITEHEAD, Executors.

   n. 1785 April 6 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #71434
                              MATTHEW WHITEHEAD,
      BLACK and WHITE-SMITH, in Walnut street, near Second street,
      carries on his Business in the different Branches as usual:
      JACKS repaired and fixed in the best and compleatest Manner; also
      Bells neatly hung; Stove Grates and Kitchen Ranges made as
      compleat as in London.
      Philadelphia, April 6, 1785.

   n. 1785 December 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #72303
             Extract from the Minutes of the first Sessions of the
                    Tenth General Assembly of Pennsylvania.
                          (Continued from our last.)
                        FRIDAY, November 4, 1785. A.M.
      A MEMORIAL from Whitehead Humphreys, of the city of Philadelphia,
      was read, setting forth, that he was the first and only person in
      this country who discovered and brought to perfection the art of
      converting bar-iron into steel, which has been considered, by the
      best workmen and most approved judges, "equal in quality, if not
      superior, to any imported into this state from Europe;" that he
      apprehends it is an undeniable truth, that this state, as well as
      most of the United States, have been supplied with that useful and
      necessary article during the late war, when it could not be
      obtained from any other quarter; the memorialist therefore
      requests the House to take his situation into their most serious
      consideration, and as he has formerly devoted the principal part
      of his time in establishing a manufactory so useful to this
      country, he conceives himself not undeserving of notice, and
      trusts that he will receive the same generous countenance and
      encouragement from the Legislature of Pennsylvania, which is usual
      in all other manufacturing countries.

   n. 1786 January 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #72374
      The petition from the board of Trustees of Dickinson College, read
      in the late House of Assembly September 23d last, was called up
      and read.
      The committee appointed November 5th, on the memorial of Whitehead
      Humphreys, made report, which was read, and Ordered to lie on the
      table.
      ... NAYS. .., G. Clymer, W. Robinson, jun. E. Hand, ......
      So it was determined in the negative.

   n. 1786 January 11 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #72394
      The report of the committee, read yesterday, on the memorial of
      Whitehead Humphreys, was read the second time: Whereupon
      Resolved, That a committee be appointed, to bring in a bill to
      enable the President and Supreme Executive Council to draw upon
      the State Treasurer, in favour of Whitehead Humphreys, for a sum
      not exceeding five hundred pounds, to enable him to commence and
      carry on the manufacturing of steel within this state, he giving
      them satisfactory security for the re-payment thereof within five
      years, without interest, and that the money lent to him as....
      A petition from Daniel Humphreys, of the city of Philadelphia,
      Printer of the Pennsylvania Mercury, was read, praying he may be
      permitted to have access to the minutes of the House, in order to
      give the public early information concerning the important matters
      ...Ordered, That it be referred to Messrs. J. Irvine, Robinson and
      Carothers, to report thereon.
      The petition of William Williams, read November 12th, was read the
      second time.
      AYES W. Robinson, jun., E. Hand,
      So it was determined in the affirmative.
      YEAS. ..G. Clymer, W. Robinson, jun.  .., E. Hand, A.
      So it was determined in the negative,
      YEAS. ..,G. Clymer, W. Robinson, jun. .  E. Hand,
      So it was carried in the affirmative.

   n. 1786 January 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #72419
      The committee appointed for the purpose, November 18th, reported a
      bill, entituled "An Act for lending the sum of five hundred pounds
      to Whitehead Humphreys, of the city of Philadelphia, for the
      purpose of manufacturing of bar iron into steel," which was read
      the first time, and
      YEAS. ...., G. Clymer, W. Robinson, jun. ...., E. Hand,
      The petition of Daniel Humphreys, read November 19th, was read the
      second time, and referred to Messrs. Robinson, Gray and Whitehill,
      to report thereon.

   n. 1786 April 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #72716
      The petition of Robert Robinson, read March 2d, was read the
      YEAS. .,G. Clymer, W. Robinson, jun. S. Foulke, A. Scott,
      A memorial from Edward Williams, late clerk and paymaster to the
      hospital department, was read, praying to be allowed the
      commutation of five years full pay.
      The bill, entituled "An Act for lending the sum of five hundred
      pounds to Whitehead Humphreys, of the city of Philadelphia, for
      the purpose of manufacturing bar iron into steel," was read the
      third time, in part debated by paragraphs, and the further
      consideration thereof postponed.

   n. 1786 August 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #73049
      YEAS. .., G. Clymer, W. Robinson, jun. S. Foulke, A. Scott,
      ... which will not sensibly affect the others.
      George Clymer, William Robinson, jun. Abraham Scott,
      YEAS. W. Robinson, jun.  A. Scott, N. Lutz,
      NAYS. .., S. Foulke,

   n. 1786 August 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #73063
      An ACT for lending the sum of three hundred pounds to Whitehead
      Humphreys, of the city of Philadelphia, for the purpose of
      manufacturing bar-iron into steel.
      An ACT to alter and amend an act, entituled "An Act to encourage
      and protect the manufactures of this state, by laying additional
      duties on the importation of certain manufactures which interfere
      with them."
      A SUPPLEMENT to the act, entituled "An Act for levying a duty on
      certain enumerated articles, and an impost of five per centum ad
      valorem, on all goods, wares and merchandizes, for the discharge
      of the debts of the United States of America, agreeably to acts of
      Congress therein recited, and for other purposes therein
      mentioned."

   n. 1787 September 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #74180
      Every state (adds our correspondent) has its SHAYS, who, either
      with their pens --- or tongues --- or offices --- are endeavouring
      to effect what Shays attempted in vain with his sword. In one of
      the states, this demagogue tries to persuade the people that it is
      ...more easily place himself at the head of one of them. The spirit
      and wickedness of SHAYS is in each of these principles and
      measures. Let Americans be wise. Toryism and Shayism are nearly
      allied. They both lead to slavery, poverty, and misery.
      ... to anchor. The Alfred nearly at the same time wore ship, in order
      to get within the reefs, but unfortunately struck on them and beat
      over; she immediately sunk in 16 feet of water. The ship is
      totally lost, and most of her cargo.
      At the same place Captain Wilson saw the ship Albion, Capt.
      Whitehead, bound from Jamaica to London, entirely lost --- a small
      part of her cargo will be saved by the wreckers. --- He likewise
      saw there the ship Flora, of Bristol, also from Jamaica, on shore,
      tho' likely to get off with little damage.

   n. 1788 September 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75136
      WE, the subscribers, do hereby certify, That we have used
      considerable quantities of Parchment manufactured by Robert Wood,
      of this city, and are of opinion, that it is preferable to the
      Parchment usually imported from Europe: and do therefore recommend
      the said Robert Wood as worthy of the encouragement of the friends
      of American manufactures.
      .. R. Whitehead,.. Samuel Preston, Asshelon Humphreys,
      Philadelphia, July 10, 1788.

   n. 1789 January 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #75488
      continental agreements? The inhabitants of Liberty, unless that
      support is given, will assuredly break. Chatham, of course,
      becomes the frontier, and, from the long and barren run of
      Ogechee, is much more defenceless. Capt. Whitehead's troop of
      horse is now complete; that they deserve the confidence of the
      country, the following account of the late pursuit of the party at
      Walthour's, in an extract of a letter from Capt. Whitehead to Col.
      Maxwell, will fully evince.       Newport, 15th November, 1788.
      and would have crossed the river immediately, but having reason to
      think the enemy were much intimidated, and would not quit the
      swamp in less than two or three days, and being badly armed and
      scarce of provision, I thought it was best to return to the
      settlement.
      "I remain, dear Sir, yours sincerely,
      J. WHITEHEAD, Capt."

   n. 1791 January 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #77305
      ALL persons indebted to the estate of JOSEPH STEWART, late of
      Philadelphia, Cooper, deceased; and all persons indebted to the
      estate of JOHN MOORE, late of Philadelphia, Blacksmith, deceased;
      and all persons indebted to the estate of ANDREW CAPE, deceased;
      are desired to make immediate payment. And all persons having any
      demands against either of the above mentioned estates are once
      more requested to render their accounts, duly attested for
      settlement, without delay, to
      RICHARD WHITEHEAD, Acting Executor.

   n. 1791 February 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #77393
                       Seventy Acres of Land to be Sold,
      SITUATE in the township of Blockley, in Philadelphia county, three
      miles from the Middle ferry, between 30 and 40 acres of which are
      woodland. There are on the premises a log house and barn, a well
      of excellent water, &c. It is offered for sale at L 7 10 per acre,
      one half the money to be paid on executing the deed. Enquire of
      RICHARD WHITEHEAD, scrivener, in Vine street, near Front street,
      or of the subscriber, in Chesnut street, opposite the State-house.
      ANN EMLEN.  Philadelphia, Second Mo. 21st, 1791.

   n. 1795 July 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #80525
      THAT large GRAZING FARM, now in the tenure of Mr. John Pissant,
      containing about 470 acres; more than 200 of which are meadow of
      the best quality, the remainder consists of cedar and maple swamp,
      upland, and outside marsh, mostly fit to be taken in. It is
      situate on the river Delaware, with a commodius and excellent
      landing, directly opposite to Chester, and between Repaupa and
      Raccoon creeks, in Gloucester county, from which creeks public
      market-boats go every week to the city. This Farm may be
      conveniently divided into two, having two dwellings in good
      situations; has barns and stabling for feeding 60 head of cattle,
      and from its many advantages must be an object for any one
      extensively in the grazing or dairy way. For terms, and more
      particular information, apply to RICHARD WHITEHEAD, No. 62, Vine street.

   n. 1796 December 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #81547
                             NEW YORK, December 9.
                                From the Argus.
                              A FIRE IN THIS CITY
      Broke out about one o'clock this morning, which raged
      The fire commenced about one o'clock yesterday morning, in the
      range of stores on Murray's wharf, and raged with such fury as to
      baffle all human skill, until all the buildings from thence to the
      Fly market, on the east side of Front-street, were consumed to
      ashes.
      The following are the proprietors of the buildings burnt:
      John Taylor, 3
      do. 3 stores.
      W. & S. Robinson, do.
      Robinson and Hartshorn, do.
      Whitehead and W. H. Cornwell, do.
      Gilchrist Dickenson, do.
      dollars, belonged to others. They saved their notes, as did also
      Messrs. W. and S. Robinson.

   n. 1797 August 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #81947
      THE alarm which prevails respecting the appearance of the Yellow
      Fever in the neighbourhood of Penn street, induces me to request
      that you will be so obliging as to obtain from your brethren of
      the College of Physicians, a statement of the facts that have
      occurred in the course of their practice, and an early opinion on
      the best mode or averting the calamity that threatens.
      physician, No. 12, Chesnut-street, to the Health-Officer, Capt.
      Wm. Allen, no. 21, Keys's Alley, or to any of the Inspectors of
      That the Inspectors of the Health Office, with the assistance of
      That the physicians; of the city and liberties be requested, when
      cleansed.
      allowed to enter the same until the said house shall be properly
      and that except the necessary attendants, no person shall be
      Edward Russel 19, Pine-street.
      James Whitehead 24, Vine-street.
      James King 210, do.
      Wm. Doughty 17, Queen-street.
      By order of the College of Physicians
      of Philadelphia.
      JOHN REDMAN, Pres.
      THO. C. JAMES, Secretary.
      brig Polaskie, Young;
      Captain King informs that the sloop engaged the French ship that
      attacked her, as reported by capt. Andaulle, for two hours, by
      which time the Jamaica fleet hove in sight, when the French ship
      sheered of and was chased by the Quebec frigate, the French ship
      was from Guadaloupe and principally manned with negroes - Captain
      King thinks that one brig was taken, but whether the Pilgrims of
      George could not say.

   n. 1799 January 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #82608
      those houses where the late pestilential fever prevailed, and
      On motion - William Coats was chosen chairman, and Samuel
      Garrigues, Secretary.
      the Delaware, Samuel Garrigues, David Rose, John Burrows, Thomas
      Norton, Samuel Wheeler, Peter Browne, John Goodman, jun. George
      Goddard, Henry Shrupp, John Whitehead, Jonathan Roberts, George
      Justice, Henry Lentz, Abraham Duffield and Jesse Grove, were
      appointed.
      Attest - Samuel Garrigues, Secretary.
      Northern-Liberties, Jan. 9th, 1799.

   n. 1799 March 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #82718
      further present as highly meritorious, and deserving the thanks of
      their fellow-citizens.
      Philadelphia, Feb. 21st, 1799.
      Jacob Sommer, John Whitehead,
      Died, on Wednesday evening last, in the 51st year of his age,
      after a four days illness, MORDECAI LEWIS, an eminent merchant of
      this city. It may be said of this gentleman, that he was an
      ornament to the profession, being just in his dealings, true to
      his promises, punctual in the payment of his debts, and correct in
      keeping his accounts. By the union of these qualities, joined to
      an unremitting attention to business, he acquired a very
      considerable estate. His well earned wealth afforded the means of
      support, and a good education, to a numerous offspring; at the
      same time it enabled him to indulge his inclination in dispensing
      no small portion of it for the relief of the poor, to whom his
      heart and his hand were opened with great liberality, on every
      proper occasion. His loss to them, and to many tradesmen and
      seamen, whose dependence for bread was on his benevolence and
      employ, will be irreparable. While they bear living and grateful
      testimonies to his merit, in his private capacity, his public
      spirit, talents and virtues, will be imprinted with indelible
      characters on the records of our most valuable institutions. - The
      Bank of North America, the Insurance office in Philadelphia, and
      the City Library, will long lament the loss of an able Director,
      the Managers of the Pennsylvania Hospital of a friend and faithful
      treasurer - and united America of a good citizen and firm
      supporter of her laws and constitution.

Jane Whitehead
   mm 1735 Apr 08 William Cornell _ of Hempstead, she of Jamaica
      LDSR0017693 Hempstead, LI, NY

Susannah Whitehead
   mm 1738 Jun 12 Benjamin Hulet _ she of Hempstead
      LDSR0017693 Hempstead, LI, NY

Elizabeth Whitehead
   mm 1761 May 02 John Cornell _ of Kings Co., she of Jamaica
      LDSR0017693 Hempstead, LI, NY

Mary Whitehead
   mm 1774 Dec 13 Edward Barden _ of NY, she of Jamaica
      LDSR0017693 Hempstead, LI, NY
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LINKAGE BEGIN 11 Arthur Whitehead, native of ENG/Sarah Jane Rickett

Arthur Whitehead 15
   bm 1885 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Jane Ricketts 15
   bf
   dm 1960 Jul 25 at 75Y
      Obit: 7-26-3t Whitehead - Of Pitman, NJ on July 25, 1960, Arthur, husband
      of Sarah Jane, nee Ricketts. FS Fri at 11 AM at the Weatherby Funeral Home
      308 W. Holly Ave., Pitman, NJ.  Interment Wenonah Cem.
      Obit: died at his home, 525 S. Broadway, Pitman.  A native of England, he
      was a retired carpenter.  He was a member of the Church of the Good
      Shepherd of Pitman and also the Improved Order of Odd Fellows, of Vineland
      Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Elsie Billstein and Mrs. Marjorie Kates,
      both of Pitman, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. NJ_GCHS card
      file.
   df 1978 Jan 10 at 93.
      Obit: 1978 Jan 11 Glou. Co. Times, Fri.
      Sarah Jane Whitehead, nee Ricketts, 93, of Brentwood Ave., Pitman, died
      Jan 10, 1978 in Wedgewood Americana Rest Home, Glassboro.  Wife of the
      late Arthur.  Mbr Episcopal Church, Pitman.  Survived by daughters, Mrs.
      Elsie Beilstein, Mrs. Marjorie Kates, 5 grandchildren & 10 great-grand
      children.  Graveside services will be 10.30 a.m. Fri.  Arrangements -
      Weatherby Funeral Home, Pitman.   NJ_GCHS card file.
 with Sarah Jane (nee Ricketts 15) Whitehead
   Elsie 16       Marjorie 16

LINKAGE END 11 Arthur Whitehead, native of ENG/Sarah Jane Rickett
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LINKAGE BEGIN 12 Beryl M. Whitehead/Connie

Beryl M. Whitehead 14
   mf ____ ___ __ Genevieve _ 14
   dm
   mm ____ ___ __ Jack Driscoll 14
 with Genevieve (nee _ 14) Whitehead
   Tamara 15      Beryl M.
   b              b1946

Tamara Whitehead 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Beryl M. Whitehead 14 et ux Genevieve
 with
   Morgan 16

Beryl M. Whitehead 15
   bm 1946 ___ __ to Beryl M. Whitehead 14 et ux Genevieve
   mf ____ ___ __ Connie _ 15
   dm 1995 Oct 28 at 49Y in Sacramento
      Obit: 1995 Oct 31 Fri, Gloucester Co. Times. Survived by wife Connie,
      mother and stepfather Genieve & Jack Driscoll, formerly of Charmichael,
      sister Tamara, niece Morgan.  Predeceased by father Beryl M.  Services:
      1995 Nov 01 - Calvary Lutheran Chirch, Rio Linda with interment at Sunset
      Lawn Memorial Park.
 with Connie (nee _ 15) Whitehead

LINKAGE END 12 Beryl M. Whitehead/Connie
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LINKAGE BEGIN 13  H. Fulton Whitehead/Florence Millette

H. Fulton Whitehead 15
   bm 1912 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Florence Millette 15
   df 1978 Oct 07
      Obit: 1978 Oct 09 Gloucester Co. Times, Friday.
      Florence M. Whitehead, nee Millette, 1207 Stafford Rd., Glassboro, died
      suddenly 1978 Oct 07 at home. Survived by husband H. Fulton, dau Barbara
      Gustafson, mother Minnie Millettee, sister Ruth Delori & 3 grandchildren.
      Services - 1978 Oct 11 11 am - Kelley Funeral Home, Pitman. Interment
      Manahath Cem., Glassboro.

   dm 1993 Sep 04 at 81
      Obit: 1993 Sep 06 & 07 Gloucester Co. Times, Friday.
      H. Fulton Whitehead, Jr., 81, Pitman, died suddenly 1993 Sep 04 at home.
      Born in Phila. Member of the Pitman United Methodist Church.  Husband of
      the late Florence M., nee Millette.  Survived by dau Bargara Gustafson,
      sister Jane, grandchildren Arleen Esgro, Leslee Doebler, Neil Gustafson &
      2 gr-grandchildren.  Services - Wed - Kelley Funeral Home, Pitman. Inter
      at Manahath Cem., Glassboro.

LINKAGE END 13  H. Fulton Whitehead/Florence Millette
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LINKAGE BEGIN 14 Herbert Whitehead/Margaret Souder

Herbert Whitehead _
   mf 1902 Nov 12 Margaret Souder _, Miss of Glassboro, he of Philadelphia, at
      the residence of the bride's parents, at Glassboro, by Rev. S. M. Nichols.
      1902 Nov 19 The Woodbury Constitution

LINKAGE END 14 Herbert Whitehead/Margaret Souder

Jennie M. Whitehead _
   mm 1889 Jun 14 Walter H. Sheldon _, both of Camden by Rev. B. C. Lippincott,
      D. D.  1889 Jul 19 The Woodbury Constitution.

L. Bertha Whitehead _
   mm 1899 Oct 18 Edwin A. Pancoast _, he of Mickleton, she of Phila. at the
      home of the bride's parents.  1899 Nov 09 Gloucester Co. Democrat.
      1899 Nov 08 Woodbury Constitution.
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Caleb Whitehead
   bm 178_
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R110 P131 L6
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Southwark   Unnatur __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Caleb Whitehead/2 1 1 0 2 _/0 0 1 _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_
 (Caleb)________________ 26-44MW
 _______________________ 26-44MW
 _______________________ 16-25FW
 (a)____________________ 16-18MW
 (b)____________________ 10-15MW
 (c)____________________ 00-09MW
 (d)____________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R157 P363 L23
      PA, Philadelphia Co., W. Southwark ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Caleb Whitehead _________/0 3 0 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Caleb)__________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 (a)______________________ 20-29MW
 (b)______________________ 20-29MW
 (d)______________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Caleb Whitehead _
   bm 1793 ___ __
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R445 P180B L25 526/549.
      NJ, Camden Co., Union Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 24, J. G. Rowand, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jacob Janey                48M Labourer                500Germany   I
 Deborah Janey              53F                            NJ
 Sarah Ann Janey            36F                            NJ
 Samuel S. Greenwood        13M                            NJ       S
 Eliza Ann Janey             8F                            NJ       S
 Caleb Whitehead            57M Shoemaker                  PA
 Joseph Whitehead           26F    "                       PA

Caleb Whitehead _
   n. CCD, cordwainer, r734 S 4th. 1861 McElroy's PCD.
   n. CCD, Mary, widow Caleb Whitehead, trimmings 734 S. 4th 1861 McElroy's PCD.

Caleb Whitehead _
   bm 1860
   n. of Camden
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth L. Fox _
   bf 1867 ___ __ to Benjamin Fox _ et ux Jane (nee Landell _) Fox in PA.
   df 1936 Dec 21 at 69Y, housewife, interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh Cem. WPA
      P354-4 1937 P4445-4 1938.
   dm 1940 Jul 05 at 80Y, wife Elizabeth R. (dec'd), Joseph H. Murray, son F.H.
      interred Camden, Harleigh Cem. arb Courier 19400706 P4,17.

Charles Whitehead _
   bm 1864 ___ __ to Caleb Whitehead _ et ux Catherine (nee Gorton _) Whitehead
      in Phila., PA.
   n. metalworker
   dm 1930 Sep 05 interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh. CaCHS.

Caleb Whitehead _
   bm 1896 ___ __ to Caleb Whitehead _ et ux _ ( Fox _) Whitehead in the US.
   dm 1918 Oct 01 interred NJ, Camden Co., Harleigh Cem.  CaCHS WPA P354-4 1937,
      P4445-4 1938.
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LINKAGE BEGIN 15 Charles Caleb Whitehead

Charles Caleb Whitehead 15
   bm ____ ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Florence Russell 15
   bf ____ ___ __ Abraham Lincoln Russell 14 et ux Barbara (nee Ulmer 14)
      Russell of Maryland.  Abe had a corner butcher store.
   n. lived at 424 N. Ninth St., Camden, NJ.  Roofing business.
   n. Charles went to school with a fellow named Griggs who later became the
      Governor of NJ.  He named a son after this friend.
 with Florence (nee Russell 15) Whitehead
   Charles 16     Griggs R 16    Gertrude 16    Florence 16
   b              b19170713      b              b
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Charles Whitehead 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Caleb Whitehead 15 et ux Florence (nee Russell 15)
      Whitehead
   mf
   n. believed to have been the 1st policeman in Haddon Twp., Camden Co., NJ.

Griggs Russell Whitehead 16
   bm 1917 Jul 13 to Charles Caleb Whitehead 15 et ux Florence (nee Russell 15)
      Whitehead
   mf ____ ___ __
 with
   Griggs R 17

Gertrude Whitehead 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Caleb Whitehead 15 et ux Florence (nee Russell 15)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Brown 16
 with _ Brown 16
   Gertrude 17

Florence Whitehead 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Caleb Whitehead 15 et ux Florence (nee Russell 15)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __
   n. her son went to Alaska.
 with
   son 17
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Griggs Russell Whitehead 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Griggs Russell Whitehead 16
 with
   Mark W 18

Mark William Whitehead 18
   bm ____ ___ __ to Griggs Russell Whitehead 17

LINKAGE END 15 Charles Caleb Whitehead
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LINKAGE BEGIN 16 Thomas Charles Whitehead of ENG.

Thomas Charles Whitehead 15
   bm ____ ___ __ in England
   mf ____ ___ __ _ _ 15
 with
   Thomas C
   b

Dorothy Ann Whitehead 15
   bf

Frank Whitehead 15
   bm

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Thomas Charles Whitehead 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Charles Whitehead 15 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Delores Adams _
   bf 1911 ___ __ to Chester W. Adams _ et ux Carmen K. (nee Dunlap _) Adams in
      PA.
   df 1936 Sep 02 at 24 in Camden, NJ, interred NJ, Locustwood Cem., Sec. 5, Lot
      188, Grave 2, headstone: "1911-1936".  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, WPA
      P#4445-4 1938.
   n. Delores had a brother Harry.
   mf ____ ___ __ Ruth A. Boylan 16 of Bucks Co., PA.
   bf 1932 ___ __ to
   df 1994 Feb 22 at 62, Thomas, Atco, Knight FH, interred Locustwood Mem. Park,
      NJ.  NJ_CaCHS Courier940223
 with Delores (nee Adams 16) Whitehead
   Thomas C 17
   b1936

Thomas Charles Whitehead 17
   bm 1936
   mf
 with
   John 18
   b

LINKAGE END 16 Thomas Charles Whitehead of ENG.

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James Whitehead _
   bm 1800 ___ __ to
   n. may be son of John & Phebe
   dm 1854 Nov 23 at 54 in Williamstown, NJ.  NJ_CaCHS TWJ18541213
      Obit: 1854 Dec 05 The Woodbury Constitution
      James Whitehead died on the 23rd ult, at Williamstown; in the 54th year of
      age.

James Whitehead _
   dm ____ ___ __ in Scotland, James Sr., formerly of Blackwood. TWC19140204

_ Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann _ _
   mm 1856 Jan 23 Sears Marshall _ of Williamstown, at Williamstown on the 23rd
      ult., by Rev. Charles E. Ford arb 18560205 Woodbury Constitution.

Robert A. Whitehead _
   bm 1909 ___ __ to Robert
   dm 1933 ___ __ at 24 interred NJ, Blackwood, Blackwood Pres., tombstone:
      "1909-1933".  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, P#4445-4 1938.
      Obit: 1933 Feb 22 The Evening News & Gloucester County Democrat
      Robert Whitehead Jr. of Blackwood, NJ, died Tuesday of pneumonia at 23.
      Survived by parents: Mr. & Mrs. Robert Whitehead, sister and brother.
      Interment: Friendship Cemetery.

David Whitehead _
   mf 1871 May 13 Josephine Ridgeway _ at Blackwoodtown, NJ by Rev. F. R. Brace.
      TWC18710517 WJP18710517 CD18710520, NJ_GCHS, NJ_CaCHS.


LINKAGE BEGIN 17 Robert Whitehead of Scotland.

Robert Whitehead 15 _
   n. of Scotland
 with
   William 16     Margaret 16
   b190512        b

William Whitehead 16
   bm 1905 Dec __ to Robert Whitehead 15
   mf ____ ___ __ M. S. _
   bf 1904 Sep __
   n. lived in Blackwood, NJ.
   dm 1957

Margaret Whitehead 16
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Whitehead 15
   mm ____ ___ __
 with
   no issue

LINKAGE END 17 Robert Whitehead of Scotland.

Charles Whitehead _
   wm 1893 PA_PCW N644.5 on file
      Charles Whitehead

David Whitehead _
   wm 1863 PA_PCW N154 B50 P220
      David Whitehead

E. T. Whitehead _
   wm 1875 PA_PCW N275 B84 P51
      E. T. Whitehead

   wf 1877 PA_PCW N620 B90 P323 Acc B7 P160
      Elizabeth Whitehead

   wf 1899 B1612.5 on file
      Gertrude E. Whitehead

   wf 1884 PA_PCW N456 B115 P33
      Isabella Whitehead

James Whitehead _
   wm 1898 PA_PCW N662.5 on file
      James Whitehead

   wf 1899 PA_PCW N2068.5 on file
      Josephine S. Whitehead

   wf 1863 PA_PCW N279 B50 P454
      Mary Whitehead

   wf 1899 PA_PCW N762.5 on file
      Orilla M. Whitehead

William Whitehead _
   wm 1870 PA_PCW N463 B67 P488
      William Whitehead

William Whitehead _
   wm 1885 PA_PCW N1226.5 on file
      William Whitehead

William A. Whitehead _
   wm 1884 PA_PCW N1199.5 on file
      William A. Whitehead

William A. Whitehead _
   wm 1892 PA_PCW N31.5 on file
      William A. Whitehead

Jane Whitehead _
   mm 1794 Jan 28 James Mahaffy _, PA_SPPECR.

Mary Whitehead _
   mm1796 Jul 31 Thomas Williams _ PA_SM&ZCR

Caroline Whitehead _
   mm 1867 Jun 03 John I. Rowan _, all of Phila. PA_SPMECR P68

Henry Whitehead _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ann _ _
   n. PA_SPMECR P121.
 with Mary Ann (nee _ _) Whitehead
   Margaret C _   Emma V _
   b18621106      b18640510

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David Whitehead
   bm 1806 ___ __
   n. 1865 Dec 04 59 England DC-8 P37 PA_PCDC

John Whitehead
   bm 1838 ___ __
   n. 1868 Sep 18 30 England DC-8 P356 PA_PCDC

Seth Whitehead
   bm 1834 ___ __
   n. 1872 Sep 23 38 England DC-9 P280 PA_PCDC

William Whitehead
   bm 1801 ___ __
   n. 1852 Oct 18 51 England DC-5 P348 PA_PCDC

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LINKAGE BEGIN 18 John Whitehead/Agibail Harrington of MA.


John Whitehead 07
   n. of Waltham; 1758 a soldier at Lake George
   mf 1759 Oct 25 Abigail Harrington 07, [217; Bond, Henry, "Early Families of
      Watertown, MA." P642]
   bf ____ ___ __ to _ Harrington 06 et ux Abigail
   mf 1773 ___ __ Anne Bond 07, he then of Weston, pub. Nov 07, she of Lincoln
      [Bond, 45; Bond]
 with Abigail (nee Harrington 07) Whitehead
   Elisha 08      Eunice 08      Abigail 08     Daniel 08      Gad 08
   b17600206      b17610725      b17630227      b17640411      b17660805
   George 08
   b17680203

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Elisha Whitehead 08
   bm 1760 Feb 06 to John Whitehead 07 et ux Abigail (nee Harrington 07)
      Whitehead

Eunice Whitehead 08
   bf 1761 Jul 25 to John Whitehead 07 et ux Abigail (nee Harrington 07)
      Whitehead
   mm 1780 Dec 07 John Hagar 08

Abigail Whitehead 08
   bf 1763 Feb 27 to John Whitehead 07 et ux Abigail (nee Harrington 07)
      Whitehead

Daniel Whitehead 08
   bm 1764 Apr 11 to John Whitehead 07 et ux Abigail (nee Harrington 07)
      Whitehead

Gad Whitehead 08
   bm 1766 Aug 05 to John Whitehead 07 et ux Abigail (nee Harrington 07)
      Whitehead in Lincoln, MA.
   n. of Waltham.
   mf 1796 May 09 Thankful Peirce 08, [Peirce, 141; Bond]
   n. moved to Erving, Mass.; had 8 children.

George Whitehead 08
   bm 1768 Feb 03 to John Whitehead 07 et ux Abigail (nee Harrington 07)
      Whitehead in Lincoln, MA.


LINKAGE END 18 John Whitehead/Agibail Harrington of MA.


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LINKAGE BEGIN 19  Silas Whitehead

Silas Whitehead 12
   n. data from Martha A. Graham
   mf ____ ___ __ Emily Young 12
 with Emily (nee Young 12) Whitehead
   Jordon J 13    Wesley M 13
   b18270727      ~1825

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Jordon Jennings Whitehead 13
   bm 1827 Jul 27 to Silas Whitehead 12 et ux Emily (nee Young 12) Whitehead
      in Pike Co., IN.
   mf 1850 Oct 05 Susan Ellenor Garwood 13, Pike Co., IN
   bf 1829 Oct 11 Knox Co., IN,
   df~1858 ___ __ in KS.
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriett Christina Miller 13
   bf 1838 Jul 02
   df 1900 Dec 23
   dm 1915 May 29 Glezen, Pike Co., IN.

Wesley Minton Whitehead 13
   bm 1825 ___ __ to Silas Whitehead 12 et ux Emily (nee Young 12) Whitehead
   mf 1845 Apr 29 Martha Ann Garwood 13 in Pike Co., IN.
   bf 1827 May 01 Jesse Garwood 12 et ux Susanna (nee Young 12) Garwood in
      KY.
   dm 1880 Mar 14 in Morgan Co., IL.
   df 1896 Jan 10 in Redmon, King Co., WA.
 with Martha Ann (nee Garwood 13) Whitehead
   Nelson R 14    John Wesley 14 Albert J 14    Silas F 14     Cassius M 14
   b18460630      b18490617      b18510316      ~1857          b18610625
   Minnie M 14    Ida L 14
   b18640910      b18651218

Nelson Robert Whitehead 14
   bm 1846 Jun 30 to Wesley Minton Whitehead 13 et ux Martha Ann (nee Garwood
      13) Whitehead in Pike Co., IN.
   dm 1876 Jun 29 Jackson, Morgan Co., IL.

John Wesley Whitehead 14
   bm 1849 Jun 17 to Wesley Minton Whitehead 13 et ux Martha Ann (nee Garwood
      13) Whitehead in Pike Co., IN.
   dm 1902 Jul 23 Gibson Co., IN.

Albert Jordan Whitehead 14
   bm 1851 Mar 16 to Wesley Minton Whitehead 13 et ux Martha Ann (nee Garwood
      13) Whitehead in Pike Co., IN.
   dm 1898 May 02 Dallas, Dallas, TX.

Silas F. Whitehead 14
   bm~1857 ___ __ to Wesley Minton Whitehead 13 et ux Martha Ann (nee Garwood
      13) Whitehead in Pike Co., IN.
   dm 1888 Jan 25 Morgan Co., IL.

Cassius Morton Whitehead 14
   bm 1861 Jun 25 to Wesley Minton Whitehead 13 et ux Martha Ann (nee Garwood
      13) Whitehead in Pike Co., IN.
   dm 1918 Apr 21 at Seattle, King Co., WA.

Minnie Madelyn Whitehead 14
   bf 1864 Sep 10 to Wesley Minton Whitehead 13 et ux Martha Ann (nee Garwood
      13) Whitehead in
   df 1940 Jul 14 at Seattle, King Co., WA.
   mm 1886 May 17 Joseph Potts Richardson Morrison 14 in Seattle, King Co., WA.
   bm 1859 Dec 04
   dm 1918 Jan 13 at Seattle, King Co., WA..

Ida L. Whitehead 14
   bf 1865 Dec 18 to Wesley Minton Whitehead 13 et ux Martha Ann (nee Garwood
      13) Whitehead in IN.
   df 1888 Apr 21 Seattle, King Co., WA.


      n. Notes for WESLEY MINTON Whitehead: Submitter(s): GEORGE Whitehead
         Microfilm: 25 BELLEVUE ROAD Submission: AF90-101409 ARLINGTON MA
         USA 02174 1999 Aug 28

LINKAGE END 19  Silas Whitehead

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Charles Whitehead _
   n. 1859 Trenton City Directory
         Whitehead Charles, teller, h 66 E Front
      1881 Trenton City Directory - Fitzgerald
         Whitehead Charles, cashier First National Bank, h 167 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      1882 Trenton City Directory - Fitzgerald
         Whitehead Charles, cashier First National Bank, h 167 Greenwood av, Chamb'g

      1859 Trenton City Directory
      Whitehead James, hosiery, h 64 Perry
      Whitehead Thomas, beamer h Warren n Factory

      1881 Trenton City Directory - Fitzgerald
      Whitehead Bros.' Rubber Manufacturing Co., Assanpink creek, E Trenton
      Whitehead Edgar, (Hamilton Rubber Co.), bds Greenwood cor Chestnut, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Edward, 1oom boss, h 203 S Warren
      Whitehead Esther, res 167 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Frederick, (Hamilton Rubber Co.), bds Greenwood av cor Chestnut, Chamb'g
      Whitehead George H., (Whitehead Rubber Co.), bds 237 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead James R., (Whitehead Rubber Co.), h 237 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Joseph, (Hamilton Rubber Co.), h Greenwood av Chestnut, Chamb'g
      Whitehead C. Louis, clerk, bds 167 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Richard R. (Whitehead Rubber Co.), bds 237 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Thomas, prop Franklin pottery, Meade av, h 286 Clinton, Millham
      Whitehead William R., manager, h 31 Southard

      1882 Trenton City Directory - Fitzgerald
      Whitehead Bros.' Rubber Mfg Co., Assanpink creek, E Trenton
      Whitehead Edgar (Hamilton Rubber Co.), bds 247 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Edward, loom boss, h 203 S Warren
      Whitehead Frederick (Hamilton Rubber Co.), bds 247 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead George H. (Whitehead Rubber Co.), bds 237 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead James R. (Whitehead Rubber Co.), h 237 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Joseph (Hamilton Rubber Co.), h 247 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Richard R, Jr. (Whitehead Rubber Co.), bds 237 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead William R. (Swann, Tatler & Co.), h 218 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead C. Louis, clerk, bds 167 Greenwood av, Chamb'g
      Whitehead Thomas (Franklin Pottery), h Clinton cor Sherman, Millham
      Whitehead Richard M., h 340 Hamilton av, Chamb'g

      1900 Trenton City - Fitzgerald
      Whitehead Alfred, (Whitehead Bros' Rubber Co), res Millham Junction
      Whitehead Bros' Rubber Co, adj creek n P R R
      Whitehead C Louis, (Providential Tile Works), h 502 W State
      Whitehead Charles W, plumber, h Quinton av (Villa Park)
      Whitehead Edward, superintendent, h 407 Market
      Whitehead Edward J, potter, h 225 Dickinson
      Whitehead Emma C, vocal teacher, res 502 W State
      Whitehead Frederick, h 28 Model av
      Whitehead George, railroader, h 117 Washington
      Whitehead Harvey, machinist, h 46 Fountain av
      Whitehead Harvey, clerk, h 52 W State
      Whitehead Robert V, bookkeeper, bds 52 W State
      Whitehead Howard C, clerk, bds 136 N Clinton av
      Whitehead Richard R, (Whitehead Bros Rubber Co), h 136 N Clinton av
      Whitehead John, potter, h 242 N Broad
      Whitehead Martha, wid James, res 217 S Clinton av
      Whitehead Thomas, real estate, h 35 Butler
      Whitehead William R, pres't (American L & B Co), h 218 Greenwood av

      1920 Trenton City & Mercer Co. Directory - Fitzgerald
      Whitehead Charles E, sec Tattersall Co, h 896 Parkside av
      Whitehead Charles K, welder, res 972 E State
      Whitehead Charles W, master plumber, 972 E State, h do
      Whitehead C Louis, tile manufacturer, h 502 W State
      Whitehead Richard K, rodman, h 475 Rutherford av
      Whitehead Eleanor, res 475 Rutherford av
      Whitehead Florence P, wid William R, h 492 Greenwood av
      Whitehead Frederick, foreman, h 195 Humboldt
      Whitehead F Edward, chemist, h 330 Berwyn av
      Whitehead Harry H, machinist, res 237 Highland av
      Whitehead Harvey, foreman, h 237 Highland av
      Whitehead Harvey F, asst sec Trenton Potteries Co, h Yardley Pa
      Whitehead Herbert, plumber, res 27 Firth
      Whitehead Howard C, pres Whitehead Rubber Co, h Salem N J
      Whitehead Manor Co, 7 W State, Edmund C Hill pres, Willet H Cooper sec
      Whitehead Mary E, saleswoman, h 195 Humboldt
      Whitehead Pauline M, wid Alfred, h 16 Perdicaris pl
      Whitehead Richard G, gen manager, h 1208 Riverside av
      Whitehead Richard R, supt Crescent Ins Wire, h 609 Greenwood av
      Whitehead Robert V C, asst treas Trenton Saving Fund Society, h 20 Perdicaris pl
      Whitehead Rubber Co, Whitehead rd, Howard C Whitehead pres, Marian W Grafton v-pres, Bertha W Provost treas
      Whitehead Walter, broommaker, h 520 Ingham
      Whitehead Willard, expressman, h 40 Pennington av
      Whitehead Winthrop, contractor, 1424 W State, h do
      Whitehead & Hoag Co, advertising novelties, 710 Amer Mech Bldg, Frederick G Manners mgr

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LINKAGE BEGIN 20 James Whitehead/Sarah -  Cynthia Hoffner & G. Travis Whitehead



James Whitehead 70
   bm 1803 NJ?
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Weyman 70. Surname from GTW.
   dm 1848 Sep 05 from Phil. Death Certificate.  GTW.
 with Sarah (nee Weyman 70)
   Thomas S 71
   b18411120

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Thomas Shaw Whitehead 71
   bm 1841 Nov 20 to James Whitehead 70 et ux Sarah (nee Weyman 70) Whitehead
      in PA
   n. Cynthia Hoffner's line and to whom I am grateful for the help.
   n. Gary Travis Whitehead's line and to whom I am also grateful for the help.
   mf 1865 ___ __ Elizabeth C. Travis 71 in
   bf 1844 Feb __ to Henry Travis 70 et ux Ann (nee _ 70) Travis
   c. 1880 U. S. Census M    R686  V61 E22 P44 L12 1274/1274
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, 1215 Field St.
      P. O.:
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Thomas Whitehead        MW 38                         Pa
 Elizabeth               FW 36     W                   NJ
 Henry                   MW 15     S                   Pa
 Clara                   FW 14     D                   Pa
 Thomas                  MW 12     S                   Pa
 Julian                  MW 11     S                   Pa
 Eugene                  MW  8     S                   Pa
 Jessie                  MW  8     S                   Pa
 Wyman                   MW  6     S                   Pa
 William                 MW  4     S                   Pa
 Daniel                  MW  1     S                   Pa
   n. need the census sheet
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623 R1468 V177 ED615 S9 L63 1804//
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, Ward 26
      SE Corner 13'th & Moore St.  Enumerated: 1900 Jun 04, Thomas W. Scout

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Thomas Whitehead      Head  WMAug1841 58M       Pa     Pa     Pa               Lithographer             0   YYYR H
 Ella                  Wife  WFFeb1844 56M 3511 7Pa     Pa     Pa
                             YYY
 Clara Hettinger       Dau   WFSep1866 33M 11 4 3Pa     Pa     Pa                                            YYY
 Theodore              SIL   WMAug1890 29M 11    Pa     Pa     Pa               Cigar dealer             0   YYY
 Jesse Whitehead       Son   WMJan1872 28S       Pa     Pa     Pa               Driver                   0   YYY
 Wyman Whitehead       Son   WMAug1874 26S       Pa     Pa     Pa               Printer                  0   YYY
 William Whitehead     Son   WMNov1875 24M  0    Pa     Pa     Pa               Sheet iron worker        0   YYY

   dm 1907 Apr 09 and interred ...
   df
 with Elizabeth (nee Travis 71) Whitehead
   Alford 72      Henry 72       Clara 72       Thomas S 72    Julian 72
   b              b186512        b18660922      b18671205      b186909
   Eugene 72      Jessie 72                     Weyman 72      William 72
   b1872          b187201                       b187408        b187511
   Daniel 72
   b1879

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Henry Whitehead 72
   bm 1865 Dec __ to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee __ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.
   mf ____ ___ __ Annie G. _ 72
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623 R1452 V153 ED26 S7 L75
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, Ward 26
      934 Moore St.  Enumerated: 1900 Jun 04, Thomas W. Scout

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Henry Whitehead       Head  WMDec1865 35M       Pa     Pa     Pa                                        0   YYYR H
 Annie                 Wife  WFMar1866 34M       Pa     Pa     Pa                                            YYY
 Martha                Dau   WFSep1888 11        Pa     Pa     Pa                                            YYY
 William               Son   WMDec1889  8        Pa     Pa     Pa                                            YYY
 Annie                 Dau   WFMar1896  4        Pa     Pa     Pa                                            YYY
 Earl                  Son   WMSep1899  1        Pa     Pa     Pa                                            YYY

   c. 1920 U. S. Census T    R     V245 ED812 S13 L14
      Pensylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, 1548 McKean St.
      Enumerated:

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeYOI NYON SRWPOB       Lang      FPOB      Lang      MPOB      Lang      ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Henry T. Whitehead      Head    WM 55         Pa           Eng       Pa        Eng       Pa        Eng
 Anna G.                 Wife    WF 53         Pa           Eng
 Earle                   Son     WM 20         Pa           Eng       Pa        Eng
 Ruth M.                 Dau     WF 14         Pa           Eng       Pa        Eng

 with Anna G. 72
   Martha 73      William 73     Annie 73       Earl 73        Ruth M 73
   b188809        b188912        b189603        b189909        b1906

Clara Whitehead 72
   bf 1866 Sep 22 to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee __ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.
   mm 1887 Jun 29 John Bastian Hoffner 72
   v. 1891 Jun 20
   dm 1893 Apr 21
   mm 189_ ___ __ Theodore Hettinger 72
   bm 1870 Aug __ to _ in Pa, both parents born in PA.
   n. 2002 November - finally made contact with a descendant and information on
      this line comes from her - Cynthia Hoffner. Thanks.
      Alford Whitehead Hoffner dm 19800220 SSN182-10-1969
   n. Charles A. Hettinger bm 18861015 dm 18981212
 with John Hoffner 72
   Alford W 73
   b18881011
 with Theodore Hettinger 72
   Thomas C J 73  Elizabeth 73
   b18940631      b18950705

Thomas Shaw Whitehead 72
   bm 1867 Dec 05 to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee __ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623 R1452 V195 ED999 S4 L35
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, Ward
                St.  Enumerated: 1900 Jun 04,
   dm 1918 Apr __
      Obit: TWC19180403 Whitehead, Thomas S. Died: on Wed. evening, at his home,
      of pneumonia. Buried: funeral on Sunday, services at St. John's Lutheran
      Church, interment at Northwood Cemetery.

Julian Whitehead 72
   bm 1869 Sep __ to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.
   mf 1997 ___ __ Mary _ 72
   bf 1867 Dec
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     V196 SD1 ED1024 S3B L82 /51/52
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, Ward 40, Fort Mifflin St.
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 02, Thomas Logan

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 J. Whitehead          Head  WMSep1869 30M  3    Pa     Pa     Pa               Waterman                 0   YYYR H
 Mary                  Wife  WFDec1867 32M  3 0 0Pa     Pa     Pa                                            YYY

   dm waterman

Eugene Whitehead 72
   bm 1872 ___ __ to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee __ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.
   dm young

Jessie Whitehead 72
   bm 1872 Jan __ to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee __ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.

Weyman Whitehead 72
   bm 1874 Aug __ to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee __ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Walser 72
   bf 1875 ___ __ to Conrad Walser 71 et ux Caroline
   df 1929 Sep 01 at 54 and interred NJ, Pennsauken, Arlington Cem., Sec. L,
      Lot 144, Grave 3, no headstone.  NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4 1937, WPA P#4445-4
      1938.
   dm 1957 Aug __ at 83Y Pennsauken, NJ.
      1957 Aug 29 Obit: The Gloucester City News, Whitehead, Weyman Age 83 of
      Gloucester City, Died Sat. Int. Private; 3 Sons, Anthony, Fredrick and
      Weyman, Jr.; 4 Daughters, Marie, Edna, Lillian and Eliz.
 with
   Anthony 73     Fredrick 73    Weyman 73      Marie 73       Lillian 73
   b              b              b19140923      b              b
   Edna 73        Elizabeth 73
   b              b

William Whitehead 72
   bm 1875 Nov __ to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee __ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.

Daniel Whitehead 72
   bm 1879 ___ __ to Thomas Whitehead 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee __ 71) Whitehead
      in Philadelphia, Penna.
   dm young
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Martha Whitehead 73
   bm 1888 Sep __ to Henry Whitehead 72 et ux Anna G. (nee _ 72) Whitehead in
      PA

William Whitehead 73
   bm 1889 Dec __ to Henry Whitehead 72 et ux Anna G. (nee _ 72) Whitehead in
      PA

Annie Whitehead 73
   bm 1896 Mar __ to Henry Whitehead 72 et ux Anna G. (nee _ 72) Whitehead in
      PA

Earl Whitehead 73
   bm 1899 Sep __ to Henry Whitehead 72 et ux Anna G. (nee _ 72) Whitehead in
      PA

Ruth M. Whitehead 73
   bm 1906 ___ __ to Henry Whitehead 72 et ux Anna G. (nee _ 72) Whitehead in
      PA
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Anthony Whitehead 73
   bm ____ ___ __ to Weyman Whitehead 72 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Hilda _ 73
   dm
 with
   no issue

Anthony W. Whitehead
   dm 1996 Jul 03 at 22 in Camden.  NJ_CaCHS Courier19960708, Carl Miller FH,
      Sunset?a

Fredrick Whitehead 73
   bm ____ ___ __ to Weyman Whitehead 72 et ux
   mf
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret L. _ 73
   bf 1923 ___ __
   dm
   df 1992 Mar 31
      Obit: 1992 Apr 02 Elmer Times, Fr.
      Margaret L. Whitehead, 69, Franklinville, died Mar 31, 1992 in Elmer
      Com. Hosp.  Mbr Martin Luther Chapel of Pennsauken, NJ.  Survived by
      husband Fred L., dau Patricia McKillop.  Memorial services - Apr 03, 1992
      - Martin Luther Chapel, Pennsauken.  Christy-Adams Funerl Home, Elmer.
      rwc - this lady may go elsewhere - rwc75 2000/03/26.
 with
   Frederick 74   Weyman 74      Dorothy 74     girl 74
   b              b19351231      b              b
 with
   Joanne 74      Thomas 74
   b              b

Weyman H. Whitehead 73
   bm 1914 Sep 23 to Weyman Whitehead 72 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Ruth DuBosque 73
   dm 1989 Jan 21
      1989 Jan 24 Obit: Gloucester Times, Fri.
      Weyman H. Whitehead, 74, National Park, died Jan 21, 1989 in Underwood
      Mem. Hosp.  Born in Gloucester City.  Survived by wife Ruth, nee DuBosque,
      son Wayne & dau Janet Keebler.  Rev. Robert Barbar will conduct services
      Tuesday in McGuinness Funeral Home, Woodbury.  Burial - Woodbury Mem. Park
      SISSN NJ 149-09-6979; DRL National Park, NJ.
 with Ruth (nee DuBosque 73) Whitehead
   Wayne 74       Janet 74

Marie Whitehead 73
   bf ____ ___ __ to Weyman Whitehead 72 et ux

Lillian Whitehead 73
   bf ____ ___ __ to Weyman Whitehead 72 et ux

Edna Whitehead 73
   bf ____ ___ __ to Weyman Whitehead 72 et ux

Elizabeth Whitehead 73
   bf ____ ___ __ to Weyman Whitehead 72 et ux

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Maggie Whitehead 73
   bm 1889 Jun __ to John Whitehead 72 et ux Mary (nee _ 72)
      Whitehead in NJ

Herbert R. Whitehead 73
   bm 1899 May __ to John Whitehead 72 et ux Mary (nee _ 72)
      Whitehead in NJ
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Frederick Whitehead 74
   bm ____ ___ __ to Frederick Whitehead 73 et ux 1.

Weyman Whitehead 74
   bm 1935 Dec 31 to Frederick Whitehead 73 et ux 1.
   dm 1997 Apr 15 SISSN NJ 150-54-3789; DRL NJ, Cape May, Tuckahoe 08270;
      DBL NJ, Camden, Runnemede

Dorothy Whitehead 74
   bm ____ ___ __ to Frederick Whitehead 73 et ux 1.

girl Whitehead 74
   bm ____ ___ __ to Frederick Whitehead 73 et ux 1.

Joanne Whitehead 74
   bm ____ ___ __ to Frederick Whitehead 73 et ux 2.

Thomas Whitehead 74
   bm ____ ___ __ to Frederick Whitehead 73 et ux 2.
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Wayne Whitehead 74
   bm ____ ___ __ to Weyman H. Whitehead 73 et ux Ruth (nee DuBosque 73)
      Whitehead

Janet Whitehead 74
   bf ____ ___ __ to Weyman H. Whitehead 73 et ux Ruth (nee DuBosque 73)
      Whitehead
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Keebler 74


LINKAGE END 20 James Whitehead/Sarah -  Cynthia Hoffner's line

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LINKAGE BEGIN 21 John Whitehead/Martha of Branford.

John Whitehead 11
   bm<1640
   n. GDFSNE.
      1660 of Branford.
   mf 1660 May 25 Martha Bradfield 11. GDFSNE.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Lesley Bradfield 10
   n. GDFSNE.
      1667 party to new church covenant.
      1669 nominated for freeman.
   n. CN_UCCP V2 P112
      For B: John Bowers, Edward Frisbey, .., Rob^t Foote,  John Whitehead, ...
   dm 1695.
      Inventory: attended by 7 children and widow Martha.
   n. 1716 Oct CN_UCCP V5 P575   No more after this date.
      Upon the petition of Micah Palmer of Branford, administrator on the
      estates of John Whitehead, sen. and Samuel Whitehead, both late of
      Branford, deceased, for the selling part of a piece of a meadow belonging
      te the said John Whitehead's estate, lying at Indian Neck, for the
      satisfying a debt of L2 13s 0d, and for the selling part of a piece of
      land belonging to the said Samuel Whitehead's estate, lying at Dutch House
      Neck, for the satisfying a debt of L7 11s 0d, due from his estate, there
      being no moveables to satisfy the said debts, or that the said petitioner
      may have the said land and meadow secured to him and his heirs, and he
      will see the said debts truly and [55] speedily paid: It is agreed || and
      resolded by this Court, that the legatees of the aforesaid estates shall
      have liberty for the space of half a year from this time to pay their
      rateable parts of the said debts to the administrator; which if they do,
      then the said lands to be divided among them, otherwise the petitioner is
      allowed to make sale thereof according to his petition, for the payment of
      said debts or to keep it himself if he shall pay the debts out of his own
      estate.
 with Martha (nee Bradfield 11) Whitehead.
   Mary 12        Hannah 12      John 12        Martha 12      Damaris 12
   b16620506      b16640510      b16660220      16680110       b16700120
   Samuel 12      Eliphalet 12   Elizabeth 12   Thomas 12
   b16721124      b16740927      b167710        b16810217

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Mary Whitehead 12
   bf 1662 May 06 to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
      Whitehead. GDFSNE.

Hannah Whitehead 12
   bf 1664 May 10 to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
      Whitehead. GDFSNE.

John Whitehead 12
   bm 1666 Feb 20 to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
      Whitehead. GDFSNE.

Martha Whitehead 12
   bf 1668 Jan 10 to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
      Whitehead. Or Mercy Whitehead - GDFSNE.

Damaris Whitehead 12
   b. 1670 Jan 20 to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
      Whitehead. GDFSNE.

Samuel Whitehead 12
   bm 1672 Nov 24 to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
      Whitehead. GDFSNE.
   n. GDFSNE.
      "... land belonging to the said Samuel Whitehead's estate, lying at
      Dutch House Neck, ..."
   dm<1716

Eliphalet Whitehead 12
   b. 1674 Sep 27 to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
      Whitehead. GDFSNE.

Elizabeth Whitehead 12
   bf 1677 Oct __ to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
      Whitehead. GDFSNE.

Thomas Whitehead 12
   bm 1681 Feb 17 to John Whitehead 11 et ux Martha (nee Bradfield 11)
     Whitehead. GDFSNE.

LINKAGE END 21 John Whitehead/Martha of Branford.


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Ezekiel Whitehead _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P124-125 R82 P69 L11.
      NJ, Morris Co., Morris Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ezekial Whitehead        /2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

   n. Whitehead_1840NJ_monoline

Mary Whitehead _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P81   R251 P436 L26.
      NJ, Essex Co., Rahway Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Mary Whitehead           /0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW

George Whitehead _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P81   R251 P409 L20.
      NJ, Essex Co., Bellville Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George Whitehead         /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW

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   n. Whitehead_1850NJ_monoline

William M. Whitehead _
   bm 1818
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   bf 1820
   c. Census M432 Index P_get   R449 P6B L18  76/88.
      NJ, Essex Co., Elizabeth Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 03, A. M. Elmer, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Oliver Pierce              63M Farmer                     NY
 Mary Pierce                64F                            NJ
 William M. Whitehead       32M Physician                  NJ
 Mary Whitehead             30F                            NJ
 Oliver Pierce              31M Baker                      NJ
 Aaron A. Pierce            28M Dentist                    NJ
 Hannah A. Pierce           26F                            NJ
 Mary P. Whitehead           7F                            NJ
 Michael Peterson           21M Labourer                   Ireland
 John Magrath               16M    "                         "
 Mary Shardon               30F                              "
 Thomas A. Decker           22M Baker                      NJ

Elias Whitehead _
   bm 1815
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   bf 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R450 P263A L25  21/23.
      NJ, Essex Co., Springfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 04, John Little, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Elias Whitehead            35M Paper maker             600NJ
 Mary   "      his W.       28F                            NJ
 Albert "                    3M                            NJ
 Phebe Roberts   Wid        67F                            NJ
 Howel Whitehead            35M Shoemaker                  NJ

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      Whitehead_1790PA_monoline

(Widow) Whitehead _
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P420   R___ P031 C1/3.
      PA, Berks Co., Caernarvon Twp.
 Name                                              16+ <16  >0   F   S
 (Widow) Whitehead                                  00  00  03  00  00

Frederick Whitehead _
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P420   R___ P037 C1/3.
      PA, Berks Co., Maiden Creek Twp.
 Name                                              16+ <16  >0   F   S
 Fred^k Whitehead                                   01  01  02  00  00

Volentine Whitehead _
   n. I think this Whitehead was converted from Weisskopf from conversation with
      a Whitehead who descends and was a co-worker, though different company,
      when I worked at the IDC 1995-1997.  RWC.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P420   R___ P265 C1/3.
      PA, Westmoreland Co., N. Huntingdon Twp.
 Name                                              16+ <16  >0   F   S
 Volentine Whitehad                                 01  01  01  00  00

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      References:
      1. Soundex W330
         1880 NJ T763  R47
         1880 Pa T769  R159
         1900 NJ T1060 R193
         1900 Pa T1068 R555
         1910
         1920
      2. LI Families from NYGBR - Hoff ed.  P671 - 675.
         Daniel Whitehead and Some of his Descendants - C. B. Curtis
      3. Pennsylvania Archives Series V9 P274, 2'nd Series Rev/UPA F146.P41 HSP
         PA_1stPCR First Presbyterian Church Records 1702-1745
         PA_SM&ZCR St. Michael's & Zion Church Records 1745-1800
         PA_SPPECR St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church Records
         PA_3rdPCR Third Presbyterian Church Records 1775-1889
         PA_APCR - Abington Presbyterian Church Record
         PA_SPMECR - St. Paul's Methodist/Episcopal Church Records LDS0387881
         PA_MRRJC - Marriage Register of Rev. Joseph Castle 1825-1874.
      4. Whitehead file at Genealogical Soc. Of PA.
      5. PADAMDR - Poulson's  HSP PH 23A.4  Notices of Mg & Deaths in American
         Daily Advertiser
      6. The Annals of Newtown in Queens Co., NY  1852 James Riker, Jr.
      7. NJ_GCMR Gloucester County New Jersey Marriage Records - Craig. done
         NJ_BuCMR Burlington done
         NJ_SCGDV1 Salem County Genealogical Data V1 done
         NJ_CuCMR Cumberland Co. done
      8. Land Records of Sussex Co., DE 1722-1731 Deed BFN6 Malone done
         Land Records of Sussex Co., DE 1769-1782 Deed BLN11,BMN12 Wright done
         Land Records of Sussex Co., DE 1782-1789 Deed BNN13 Mason/Wright done
      9. Index of Sussex Co., DE Wills 1800-1851 Moore none
      10. PA_PCB PA, Philadelphia County Births -
      11. BLM - Bureau of Land Management
      12. NJ_GCHS Gloucester County Historical Society Records
      13. Griggs Russell Whitehead - personal communication 2000/03
         son/Mark William Whitehead
      14. Thomas Charles Whitehead - personal communication 2000/03
      15. PA_PCDC - Philadelphia [County] District Court, Declarations of
         Intention, 1818-1875 Index, Jefferson M. Moak, The Chestnut Hill
         Almanac, Genealogical Series - Publication #1.
      16. Genealogy of the Descendants ofthe REV. RICHARD DENTON of Homestead,
         L.I., by GEORGE D. A. COMBES, Pages 11 & 12.
      17. LISR, Long Island Source Records, FWPL 974.71L ~1993.
         NYQCDW - Abstracts of Early Wills of Queens County, New York, Recorded
         in Libers A and C of Deeds, now int the Register's Office at Jamaica,
         New York. P134-141, P122-125
      18. CN_UCCCR - Connecticut, University of Connecticut, Colonial
         Connecticut Records 1636-1776.  http://www.colonialct.uconn.edu/
         David F. Avery (David.Avery[@]uconn.edu)
      11. GDFSNE
         A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before
         1692.   4 volumes.  By James Savage.
         Available in some libraries and on the Internet at:
         http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/newengland/savage

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Index


A. Whitehead P17                       Aaron Whitehead 71 P11                
Abigail Whitehead 07 P4                Abigail Whitehead 08 P5               
Abigail Whitehead 08 P75               Abigail Whitehead 09 P6               
Abraham Whitehead 13 P58               Abraham Whitehead 70 P10              
Abraham Whitehead P60                  Abraham Whitehead _ P17               
Adam Whitehead 06 P3                   Albert Jordan Whitehead 14 P77        
Alice Whitehead 07 P40                 Alice Whitehead 15 P19                
Amy Whitehead 07 P4                    Andrew Joline Whitehead 06 P37        
Andrew Whitehead _ P22                 Annie Manlove Whitehead 11 P8         
Annie Whitehead 73 P82                 Anthony W. Whitehead P83              
Anthony Whitehead 73 P83               Arthur Whitehead 15 P62               
Asa Whitehead _ P32                    Ashbel G. Whitehead 06 P49            
Ashbel Green Whitehead 07 P50          Barbara Whitehead 17 P57              
Benjamin Whitehead 06 P46              Benjamin Whitehead 08 P5              
Benjamin Whitehead 09 P6               Benjamin Whitehead _ P32              
Beryl M. Whitehead 14 P63              Beryl M. Whitehead 15 P63             
Caleb Whitehead P66                    Caleb Whitehead _ P66                 
Caroline Whitehead _ P72               Cassius Morton Whitehead 14 P77       
Catherine Whitehead 10 P7              Catherine Whitehead _ P18             
Charity Whitehead 08 P5                Charles Caleb Whitehead 15 P67        
Charles Ogleby Whitehead _ P44         Charles Whitehead 16 P68              
Charles Whitehead P25                  Charles Whitehead _ P22               
Charles Whitehead _ P44                Charles Whitehead _ P66               
Charles Whitehead _ P72                Charles Whitehead _ P78               
Charlotte Whitehead 07 P38             Cheryl A. Whitehead 17 P57            
Clara Whitehead 72 P81                 Coburn Whitehead 07 P50               
Dale Whitehead 17 P57                  Damaris Whitehead 12 P88              
Daniel "David" W. Whitehead _ P17      Daniel Whitehead 05 P2                
Daniel Whitehead 06 P3                 Daniel Whitehead 08 P5                
Daniel Whitehead 08 P75                Daniel Whitehead 09 P6                
Daniel Whitehead 72 P81                Daniel Whitehead _ P22                
David Whitehead 06 P3                  David Whitehead 07 P38                
David Whitehead 07 P40                 David Whitehead P44                   
David Whitehead P73                    David Whitehead _ P17                 
David Whitehead _ P72                  Deborah Whitehead 06 P49              
Deborah Whitehead 07 P4                Deborah Whitehead 08 P5               
Deborah Whitehead 17 P57               Dorothy Ann Whitehead 15 P70          
Dorothy Whitehead 74 P85               E. T. Whitehead _ P72                 
Earl Whitehead 73 P82                  Edna Whitehead 73 P83                 
Edward Bardin Whitehead 10 P7          Eleanor Whitehead 09 P6               
Elias Whitehead 06 P37                 Elias Whitehead 07 P39                
Elias Whitehead _ P44                  Elias Whitehead _ P90                 
Eliphalet Whitehead 12 P88             Elisha Whitehead 08 P75               
Eliza Whitehead 71 P13                 Eliza Whitehead 72 P14                
Elizabeth Budd Whitehead 07 P50        Elizabeth Manlove Whitehead 11 P8     
Elizabeth Whitehead 06 P49             Elizabeth Whitehead 06 P54            
Elizabeth Whitehead 07 P38             Elizabeth Whitehead 07 P4             
Elizabeth Whitehead 09 P6              Elizabeth Whitehead 11 P8             
Elizabeth Whitehead 12 P88             Elizabeth Whitehead 73 P83            
Elizabeth Whitehead P61                Elizabeth Whitehead _ P23             
Emily Whitehead 72 P15                 Emma Martin Whitehead 07 P50          
Enoch Whitehead P26                    Esther Whitehead _ P23                
Eugene Whitehead 72 P81                Eunice Whitehead 08 P75               
Ezekiel Whitehead _ P89                Florence Whitehead 16 P68             
Frank Edward Whitehead P26             Frank Whitehead 15 P70                
Frederick Whitehead 74 P85             Frederick Whitehead _ P91             
Fredrick Whitehead 73 P83              Gad Whitehead 08 P75                  
Gary Whitehead 17 P57                  George Whitehead 08 P75               
George Whitehead P25                   George Whitehead _ P22                
George Whitehead _ P89                 Gerrard Irvine Whitehead _ P22        
Gertrude Whitehead 16 P68              Grace Whitehead 06 P29                
Griggs Russell Whitehead 16 P68        Griggs Russell Whitehead 17 P69       
H. Fulton Whitehead 15 P64             Hannah C. Whitehead 07 P50            
Hannah Whitehead 12 P88                Hannah Whitehead _ P23                
Helenah Whitehead 09 P6                Henry Whitehead 14 P59                
Henry Whitehead 72 P81                 Henry Whitehead _ P18                 
Henry Whitehead _ P22                  Henry Whitehead _ P72                 
Herbert R. Whitehead 73 P84            Herbert Whitehead _ P65               
Ida L. Whitehead 14 P77                Ina Whitehead 05 P51                  
Isaac Whitehead  _ P32                 Isaac Whitehead 05 P28                
Isaac Whitehead 06 P29                 Jacob Whitehead 06 P47                
Jacob Whitehead 71 P13                 Jacob Whitehead 72 P15                
Jacqueline Whitehead 17 P57            James Coburn Whitehead 07 P50         
James Edmund Whitehead 07 P50          James Whitehead 04 P36                
James Whitehead 05 P48                 James Whitehead 06 P49                
James Whitehead 07 P40                 James Whitehead 70 P10                
James Whitehead 70 P79                 James Whitehead _ P22                 
James Whitehead _ P23                  James Whitehead _ P32                 
James Whitehead _ P44                  James Whitehead _ P47                 
James Whitehead _ P72                  Jane Cummiskey Whitehead _ P17        
Jane Whitehead P26                     Jane Whitehead P41                    
Jane Whitehead P61                     Jane Whitehead _ P72                  
Janet Whitehead 74 P86                 Jennie M. Whitehead _ P65             
Jessie Whitehead 72 P81                Joanne Whitehead 74 P85               
Joel Whitehead _ P17                   John Coburn Whitehead 07 P50          
John Gaskell Lawrence Whitehead 11 P8  John J. Whitehead 72 P16              
John J. Whitehead _ P18                John W. Whitehead 14 P60              
John Wesley Whitehead 14 P77           John Whitehead 06 P42                 
John Whitehead 06 P49                  John Whitehead 07 P74                 
John Whitehead 11 P87                  John Whitehead 12 P88                 
John Whitehead 68 P9                   John Whitehead 69 P9                  
John Whitehead 71 P13                  John Whitehead P43                    
John Whitehead P44                     John Whitehead P73                    
John Whitehead _ P18                   John Whitehead _ P22                  
John Whitehead _ P23                   John Whitehead _ P31                  
Jonathan Whitehead 06 P3               Jonathan Whitehead 07 P4              
Jordon Jennings Whitehead 13 P77       Joseph Whitehead 06 P29               
Joseph Whitehead _ P23                 Joshua Whitehead _ P17                
Julia Ann Whitehead 71 P13             Julian Whitehead 72 P81               
L. Bertha Whitehead _ P65              Lafayette M. Whitehead P25            
Larry Whitehead 17 P57                 Laverne Whitehead 16 P20              
Leonard Whitehead P41                  Leonard Whitehead P43                 
Lester A. Whitehead 15 P56             Lester Whitehead 16 P56               
Letitia Whitehead 06 P42               Lewis P. Whitehead 72 P14             
Lewis Whitehead 70 P10                 Lillian Whitehead 73 P83              
Lillian Whitehead _ P18                Lizzie Whitehead _ P18                
Lois Whitehead 07 P40                  Lois Whitehead P21                    
Louis Whitehead 15 P19                 Lucretia Whitehead 71 P12             
Luke Whitehead _ P22                   Lydia Whitehead 06 P54                
Lydia Whitehead P60                    Magdalena Whitehead 06 P37            
Maggie Whitehead 73 P84                Margaret Christiana Whitehead 11 P8   
Margaret Whitehead 16 P72              Margaret Whitehead _ P23              
Maria Whitehead 71 P13                 Marie Whitehead 73 P83                
Mark William Whitehead 18 P69          Martha Whitehead 12 P88               
Martha Whitehead 73 P82                Martha Whitehead _ P23                
Mary Cresap Whitehead 07 P50           Mary E. Whitehead _ P18               
Mary Whitehead 06 P29                  Mary Whitehead 06 P49                 
Mary Whitehead 06 P54                  Mary Whitehead 07 P39                 
Mary Whitehead 07 P4                   Mary Whitehead 09 P6                  
Mary Whitehead 11 P8                   Mary Whitehead 12 P88                 
Mary Whitehead 71 P13                  Mary Whitehead 72 P14                 
Mary Whitehead P21                     Mary Whitehead P26                    
Mary Whitehead P61                     Mary Whitehead P8                     
Mary Whitehead _ P22                   Mary Whitehead _ P23                  
Mary Whitehead _ P35                   Mary Whitehead _ P72                  
Mary Whitehead _ P89                   Matthew Whitehead 05 P42              
Mercy Whitehead 07 P4                  Minnie Madelyn Whitehead 14 P77       
Moses Whitehead 07 P39                 Nancy Whitehead 10 P7                 
Nancy Whitehead 16 P20                 Nathaniel Whitehead 07 P55            
Nathaniel Whitehead _ P22              Nelson Robert Whitehead 14 P77        
Oliver Whitehead _ P33                 Peter Whitehead _ P22                 
Phebe Whitehead 07 P50                 Prudence Whitehead 06 P37             
Prudence Whitehead 07 P40              Rachel Whitehead 07 P40               
Radcliff Whitehead _ P22               Richard Whitehead 05 P45              
Richard Whitehead _ P8                 Robert A. Whitehead _ P72             
Robert Whitehead 05 P53                Robert Whitehead 13 P58               
Robert Whitehead 15 P19                Robert Whitehead 15 _ P72             
Robert Whitehead P26                   Robert Whitehead _ P22                
Robert Whitehead _ P44                 Roberta Whitehead 16 P20              
Ruth M. Whitehead 73 P82               Samuel Whitehead 06 P29               
Samuel Whitehead 12 P88                Samuel Whitehead 72 P16               
Samuel Whitehead _ P27                 Sarah Whitehead 06 P29                
Sarah Whitehead 07 P40                 Sarah Whitehead 08 P5                 
Sarah Whitehead 09 P6                  Sarah Whitehead 14 P60                
Sarah Whitehead 71 P13                 Sarah Whitehead 72 P14                
Sarah Whitehead P34                    Seth Whitehead P73                    
Silas F. Whitehead 14 P77              Silas Whitehead 12 P76                
Stanton Whitehead P17                  Susan B. Whitehead _ P23              
Susannah Budd Whitehead 07 P50         Susannah Elizabeth Whitehead 07 P50   
Susannah Whitehead 06 P29              Susannah Whitehead 08 P5              
Susannah Whitehead P61                 Tamara Whitehead 15 P63               
Thomas Charles Whitehead 15 P70        Thomas Charles Whitehead 16 P71       
Thomas Charles Whitehead 17 P71        Thomas Colgan Whitehead 10 P7         
Thomas Shaw Whitehead 71 P80           Thomas Shaw Whitehead 72 P81          
Thomas Whitehead 06 P42                Thomas Whitehead 07 P4                
Thomas Whitehead 08 P5                 Thomas Whitehead 12 P88               
Thomas Whitehead 71 P13                Thomas Whitehead 74 P85               
Thomas Whitehead _ P34                 Thomas Willett "Willett" Whitehead 10 P7
Timothy Whitehead 05 P36               Timothy Whitehead 06 P37              
Volentine Whitehead _ P91              Wade Whitehead 17 P57                 
Wayne Whitehead 74 P86                 Wesley Minton Whitehead 13 P77        
Weyman H. Whitehead 73 P83             Weyman Whitehead 72 P81               
Weyman Whitehead 74 P85                Widow Whitehead _ P44                 
William A. Whitehead 72 P16            William A. Whitehead _ P72            
William Adee Whitehead _ P31           William Ellis Whitehead _ P17         
William M. Whitehead _ P90             William Manlove Whitehead 11 P8       
William P. Whitehead _ P22             William W. Whitehead _ P22            
William Whitehead 06 P42               William Whitehead 06 P49              
William Whitehead 06 P54               William Whitehead 07 P50              
William Whitehead 15 P19               William Whitehead 16 P72              
William Whitehead 71 P13               William Whitehead 72 P81              
William Whitehead 73 P82               William Whitehead P33                 
William Whitehead P43                  William Whitehead P73                 
William Whitehead _ P22                William Whitehead _ P23               
William Whitehead _ P31                William Whitehead _ P44               
William Whitehead _ P72                                                      



Index_Spouse


"Maggie", Margaret P26                 A., Edwin P65                         
Adams, Delores P71                     Adams, Roberta 15 P19                 
Ann, Mary P72                          B., Anna P44                          
Baker, Melyn 07 P40                    Barden, Edward P61                    
Bardin, Edward 09 P6                   Barns, Rachel 07 P50                  
Beasor, John P23                       Beaston, Eleanor 11 P8                
Betts, John 08 P5                      Betts, Thomas 07 P4                   
Bond, Anne 07 P74                      Bonnel, Henry 06 P37                  
Boylan, Ruth 16 P71                    Bradfield, Martha 11 P87              
Brown, _ 16 P68                        Buckley, Jane P17                     
Bunnell, Nathaniel 06 P29              Burroughs, Thomas 07 P4               
C., Forman P50                         Capeheart, Christiana P47             
Carpenter, Ann 09 P6                   Coburn, Hannah 06 P49                 
Coe, Abby P31                          Cornell, John 09 P6                   
Cornell, John P61                      Cornell, Thomas 09 P6                 
Cornell, William P61                   Creed, Jane 07 P4                     
Crossley, William 71 P12               Crysap, Michael P35                   
Davis, Catherine P18                   Doughty, Benjamin 08 P5               
Doughty, Daniel 05 P51                 Doughty, Jacob 65 P4                  
Driscoll, Jack 14 P63                  DuBosque, Ruth 73 P83                 
E., George P17                         Elaway, Maria 10 P7                   
Elizabeth, Margaret P31                Field, Jacob 08 P5                    
Field, Sarah 07 P4                     Field, Stephen 09 P6                  
Fremer, Jemmima 07 P40                 Fries, Emma P17                       
G., Annie P17                          Gardiner, David 11 P8                 
Garwood, Martha 13 P77                 Garwood, Susan 13 P77                 
Gasbarro, _ 16 P20                     George, Mortimer 11 P8                
Glenz, _ 16 P20                        Grigson, Sarah P27                    
H., Walter P65                         Hagar, John 08 P75                    
Harrington, Abigail 07 P74             Henry, _ 16 P20                       
Hettinger, Theodore 72 P81             Hewitt, Caroline P17                  
Hewlett, Benjamin 08 P5                Hicks, Thomas 07 P4                   
Hinds, Elizabeth 06 P29                Hobart, Frances P33                   
Hoffner, John 72 P81                   Horsfield, Joseph 09 P6               
Huffman, Mary P34                      Hulet, Benjamin P61                   
I., John P72                           Ingersoll, Jeanne 05 P2               
Keebler, _ 74 P86                      Kemble, Rebecca P43                   
Kissam, Joseph 08 P5                   L., Elizabeth P66                     
Lawson, Joseph P41                     Leech, Margaret 05 P45                
Lewis, Phebe 69 P9                     Loine, Magdaline 05 P36               
Lord, John P26                         Lynch?, Margaret P44                  
M., Josephine P19                      M., Thomas P50                        
Mahaffy, James P72                     McIntyre, Matilda 71 P13              
Miller, Hannah P32                     Miller, Harriett 13 P77               
Miller, Joanna 05 P37                  Millette, Florence 15 P64             
Morrison, Joseph 14 P77                Opdyke, Sarah 06 P3                   
Otto, Jacob 07 P50                     Otto, Jacob P49                       
P10, Rhoda P10                         P3, S P3                              
P4, J P4                               P68, P68 P68                          
P68, P68 P68                           P68, mf P68                           
P71, mf P71                            P72, P72 P72                          
P72, mm17 P72                          P8, M P8                              
P8, S P8                               P83, mf P83                           
Passier, _ 15 P19                      Payne, Dorothy 15 P56                 
Peachee, Mary P23                      Peirce, Thankful 08 P75               
Pennington, Charlotte P32              Pine, Elizabeth 05 P42                
Powers, Martha 70 P11                  Price, Jane 06 P29                    
Prichard, Hannah 05 P53                R., Emily P17                         
R., Jacob P23                          Reamshart, Margaret P26               
Ricketts, Sarah 15 P62                 Ridgeway, Josephine P72               
Riggins, _ P18                         Rivel, Ruth P18                       
Rogers, Caroline 11 P8                 Rotzell, Jos. 11 P8                   
Russell, Florence 15 P67               S., M. P72                            
Sackett, Hannah 08 P5                  Schofield, Mary 13 P58                
Searing, Phoebe P40                    Skidmore, Samuel 09 P6                
Sloman, Frank P17                      Souder, Margaret P65                  
Springer, Milicent P23                 Stebbins, Benjamin 07 P4              
Stevenson, Abigail 06 P3               Swearer, Harrison P26                 
Taylor, John 07 P4                     Town, Joseph 06 P54                   
Travis, Elizabeth 71 P80               Urquhart, William 07 P4               
VanReynegom, Francis 10 P7             W., Charles P18                       
Wade, Daniel 06 P37                    Walser, Elizabeth 72 P81              
Warren, Mary 06 P29                    Waters, Anthony 07 P4                 
Wescott, Ruth P23                      Weyman, Sarah 70 P79                  
Willet, Elinor 08 P5                   Willett, Catherine 09 P6              
Willett, Elizabeth 08 P5               Wood, Sarah P23                       
Young, Emily 12 P76                    _, Abigail 06 P37                     
_, Ann P22                             _, Ann P72                            
_, Annie 72 P81                        _, Arbadella 16 P56                   
_, Connie 15 P63                       _, Elizabeth 06 P37                   
_, Elizabeth P22                       _, Elizabeth P44                      
_, Emma P60                            _, Genevieve 14 P63                   
_, Hester P32                          _, Hilda 73 P83                       
_, Isabel 05 P28                       _, Isabella P44                       
_, Jane 05 P53                         _, Jane 06 P37                        
_, Kate P18                            _, Lucy 13 P58                        
_, Lydia 70 P10                        _, Margaret 73 P83                    
_, Margaret P44                        _, Mary 05 P48                        
_, Mary 07 P55                         _, Mary 72 P81                        
_, Mary P32                            _, Mary P47                           
_, Mary P90                            _, Mary P90                           
_, Naomi 11 P8                         _, Ruth 06 P37                        
_, Sarah 71 P13                        _, Sarah P44                          
_, Sophia 05 P45                       _, Tichenor 06 P37                    
_, _ 15 P70                            _, _ P47                              
_,, Sarah 16 P23                       mf, mf 17 P23                         
mf, mf 17 P37                          mm, mm 17 P23                         
mm, mm 17 P23                          mm, mm 17 P23                         
mm, mm 17 P23                          mm, mm 18 P23                         
the, Sears 23 P72                                                            

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