Captain Henry WHITNEY  was born  19 Feb 1736. He died  1 May 1811 and was buried  in Old Episcopal Cemetery, Elm Street, Ansonia, New Haven, CT. Henry married  Eunice CLARK calculated 1761.
Fact: Cemetery Name Elm Street Cemetery
Fact: Burial Ansonia, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
↑ Samuel Orcutt, History of the Old Town of Derby, Connecticut, 1642-1880 (1880, Reprint: Bowie, Maryland, Heritage Books, Inc., 1998), p. 778. "He was a master-mariner and farmer; founder of King Hiram's Lodge."
↑ Copied and compared with the original by Nancy O. Phillips, Sarah Riggs Humphrey Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Derby, Connecticut Town Records, 1655-1710 (New Haven, CT, The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Company, 1901.), 474, 478, 479, 481, 482. . "Church Records." http://www.derbyhistorical.org/Records1655-1710/474.html.
↑ Samuel Orcutt, History Old Town of Derby, Connecticut 1642-1880, 184, 186, 710.
↑ Samuel Orcutt, History Old Town of Derby, Connecticut 1642-1880, p. 252. "Here Capt. Henry Whitney, a bitter opponent of the encroachments of England to destroy our commerce, father of the New York millionare, Stephen Whitney, and Archibald Whitney, late of Derby, and one of the ancient worthies who assisted in laying the cornerstone of old King Hiram Lodge, for years carried on an extensive and profitable business of shipping horses to the West Indies ..."
↑ Samuel Orcutt, History Old Town of Derby, Connecticut 1642-1880, p. 777.
↑ Samuel Orcutt, History Old Town of Derby, Connecticut 1642-1880, p. 824.
↑ Samuel Orcutt, History Old Town of Derby, Connecticut 1642-1880, p. 824. "Henry Whitney | died May 1st 1811 | aged 75.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Henry by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Henry: