Ted Whitten

Ted Whitten

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Mr. Ted D. Whitten
Born 1960s.
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Profile last modified | Created 10 Jan 2008 | Last significant change: 12 Dec 2018
21:30: Barbara (Breece) Roesch posted a message on the page for Ted Whitten. [Thank Barbara for this]
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On 12 Dec 2018 at 21:30 GMT Barbara (Breece) Roesch wrote:

Oh Yes, Ted, that was a marvelous childhood memory! I had an experience quite like it only the second time was a lambasting (verbal) including a couple of weird words ~ "embezzlement" and "prison". 50 years later genealogy explained it! Time heals all wounds, LOL!

On 17 Jul 2014 at 01:01 GMT Philip McQuillan wrote:


that was a great story about your grandfather and the old Brick Store and how you were made to suffer a little bit for your own good. I love how Gramps said, "You won't do it again, right?" "Okay, then that's that."

Just what you probably needed to hear…

Thanks for your contributions to this website!

On 22 Feb 2010 at 20:07 GMT Quiller (baker) Baker wrote:

Hi Ted - I just found Maureen Spencer passed I am Brian's father and would like to get his number. Please if you can help me I would appreciate it. I hope he will forgive the past My cell (513) 236-0117 Quiller Baker Thanks for any help you can give

On 1 Nov 2009 at 20:04 GMT Ruth Legge wrote:

Hi Ted - Just found your site this a.m., and am excited, esp. the Legge bios./photos of my 3rd g-grandfather!

Here is some info. of WHITTEN-Legge connection. Legge, Effie Laurentine, d/o Benjamin Legge, married at Scotts Bay, 29 Aug 1918, to Edward D. Whitten. [11 Sept 1918 write-up. Source

Edward Whitten middle name was Dillingham, he was born in Brookline, MA and his parents were Edward and Mary. Source: Bev. Martin Huntley email dated June 29, 2007.

Born: 29 August 1885 in the US. Lived in Fitchburg, Worchester County, MA with wife, Effie Legge Whitten, and was a freight conductor on the Boston & Maine Railroad. Was of medium height, with slight build. Loss the use of left thumb. Source: U.S. Draft Registration Card.

On 19 Sep 2009 at 01:45 GMT Marsha (Ciaramello) Auger wrote:

Hi Ted! I am having a great time, doing what I have planned to do for decades, here on WikiTree. It's so incredible to be able to meet contemporary family, as I simultaneously am introduced to our mutual ancestors. Too cool! You have been most patient with me, while I have been like a little kid in a candy store, with all of the family on WikiTree, whose profiles you and Chris manage. Thanks!

On 14 Mar 2009 at 22:27 GMT Joyce (Freestone) McClellan wrote:

Be aure you check out the new picture on my profile page. Joyce

On 14 Mar 2009 at 22:25 GMT John Nickerson wrote:

Hey Ted! Can I join your trusted list? This is John Nickerson

On 10 Sep 2008 at 14:53 GMT Cat (Martin) Nickelsen wrote:

hey Ted.

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