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Henry Titus (1784 - 1872)

Henry Titus
Born in Oyster Bay, Nassau Co., Long Island, New York, United Statesmap
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Died in Glen Cove, Nassau Co., Long Island, New York, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 11 Jan 2014
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Henry Titus born 4-7-1784 New Hempstead, died 11-1-1872, son of Daniel Titus and Amy, married 11-6-1806 Phebe Titus, daughter of Joshua Titus and wife Hannah, New Hempstead born 10-23-1786 died 7-11-1865. Children:

  1. Jane 9-23-1807 d. 3-7-1881.
  2. Hannah 4-28-1810 m. Thomas J Gerard
  3. Anna 11-1-1812 m. Jas Willets
  4. Mary 1-17-1815 m. Silas Titus
  5. James 2-12-1818 m. Caroline Valentine
  6. Sarah 11-6-1822 m. D Whitney
  7. Elizabeth 9-23-1829 m. Scudder Whitney. [1]


  1. U.S., Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. I–VI, 1607-1943 for Henry Titus.
  • Long Island genealogies, Munsell's Historical Series, No. 24, Published 1895 by J. Munsell's sons in Albany, NY. Page 108

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