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51 Brad and Annie did not have children.
They lived on the Whitman homestead near the Whitman Cemetery. 
Bradford K. Eaton
 
52 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pamela Fernie
 
53 An alternate date of birth is 1749. Dorothy Gates
 
54 According to the inscription on her gravestone, she was a widow of Charlestown when she married John. Mary Graves
 
55 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Albert Grover
 
56 Headstone in Whitman cemetery says date of death was Aug 24, 1883. Mary Ann Hannam
 
57 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Grace Jukela
 
58 Andrew and Mercy was married by Rev. T. Handly Chipman. Andrew Kniffen
 
59 Annapolis County probate records says Joseph's "widow Johanna remarried by 1901 a Dexter of Lisminster, Mass, a widower with 3 or 4 children". Maria (or "Johanna") would have been about 84 in 1901 !! Maria Ann Kniffen
 
60 The headstone in the Whitman Cemetery indicates her name was Helen Parker. Helen P. Leonard
 
61 Alan received an Engineering Certificate from Acadia University in 1925, then began studies at TUNS which he had to abandon because of asthma. He was a federal fruit and vegetable inspector with offices in Middleton in the 1950's and early 1960's and later in Kentville. He was a fine cabinet-maker. Alan was chairman of the Village Commission for a period in the 1960's. Alan Wilfred Longley
 
62 Did Clarence marry Winnifred Elliott? Clarence R. Longley
 
63 The Longley Genealogy says Frank was born Sept 21, 1868.
Frank spent some time in Halifax as a meatcutter and as a merchant on Robie Street before making his home in Lawrencetown. 
Frank Herbert Longley
 
64 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Frank Wilfred Longley
 
65 Robert was a Methodist missionary in China Robert Stanley Longley
 
66 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ---------- MacDonald
 
67 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Alvin MacKenna
 
68 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Raymond MacKenna
 
69 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ralph McGill
 
70 "Down the Road to Yesterday" says date of marriage was Feb 20, 1840. Arod B. McNayr
 
71 George King genealogy says date of birth was Mar 19, 1845.
Their daughter married Robert Best. 
Ida Mariah McNayr
 
72 Whitfield was employed by the Windsor and Annapolis Railroad Company. Whitfield McNayr
 
73 Zeviah did not marry. Zeviah (Zerviah) McNayr
 
74 Clare's death in the summer of 1998 was due to cancer. Clare Rosemond Naugler
 
75 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Donald Pittendreigh
 
76 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Glenn Dudley Rafuse
 
77 John and Grace did not have children. John Robertson
 
78 Allister married Margaret after his first wife, Lydia, her sister, died in 1890. They had no children. Allister Alexander Taylor
 
79 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Frank Arnold Trecartn
 
80 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Doris Vaughn Wade
 
81 Abraham Whitman, son of Jacob, was my great-great-grandfather. The reason that he is so elusive is that he and his family emmigrated to the United States aboard the schooner Louisa Willard from NS arriving Boston 20 May 1850. They ended up in Salisbury, MA working in the mills. Abraham, his wife Eliza, daughter Maria all died from "consumption" within 12 years . My great grandfather George Edward went back to Yarmouth NS sometime before 1864. He is buried in the Roseway NS cemetery . His headstone reads "Born in Paradise NS".

William Grimes 
Abraham Whitman
 
82 Alfred did not marry. Alfred S. Whitman
 
83 Headstone in Whitman Cemetery says date of death was Apr 8, 1885. Amos Whitman
 
84 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Asa Whitman
 
85 He died as a result of a train accident. Burpee Fraser Whitman
 
86 He did not marry. Headstone in Whitman Cemetery says date of death was
Sept 28, 1883. 
Charles B. Whitman
 
87 Charles did not marry. Charles Benjamin Whitman
 
88 Longley genealogy says David was born in 1833 but this is unlikely unless he was a twin to Isaac. David Edward Whitman
 
89 " In 1755 the English Government, having dispossessed a large number of French settlers in Nova Scotia, the Governor of the Province issued a proclamation inviting settlers. In company with fourty-five others John arrived at Annapolis, N.S. June 1761, in the sloop "Charming Molly", bringing with them their families, household goods and stock. A full list of these posessions is to be found in the diary of Felsh, Evans and Bent, who were appointed a committe to wait on the Governor and obtain the promised land. A grant was finally issued to about a hundred of a tract extending along the south line of the Anappolis River from Saw Mill Creek to Wilmot line and seven and one-half miles in depth. John did not survive to receive his share which was distributed among his sons. He died in 1763 leaving considerable property and the foundation for a handsome establishment. His widow was left with eleven children, all under fifteen."
From "History of the descendants of John Whitman of Weymouth, Mass." by Charles H. Farnam, published in 1889. 
Dea. John Whitman
 
90 Ebenezer and Susanna were married by Rev. G. Johnston.
They probably lived on the homestead near the Whitman Cemetery. 
Ebenezer Rice Whitman
 
91 " He settled on what was termed in the grant as the second division of the township of Annapolis. His farm extended from the west side of the Lawrencetown Lane to the church lot, so-called, running five miles south and containing about 3,000 acres. It is said that in order to amicably adjust his father's estate, he took the tract, then considered almost worthless, and that when the title was passed he offered to sell the entire lot for "a thousand hemlock boards, a pair of pumps and a felt hat" but found no bidder. He settled down on this unattractive tract and by his industry and energy soon rendered himself independent. He had a tannery just below the road on the Whitman Brook said to have been the most complete establishment in the country. This was continued by his son Oldham. He engaged in trading and dealing in land. He was highly esteemed in the community and was once elected representative to the provincial assembly but declined to serve a second term. He was said to be a very corpulent man weighing at his death over 300 pounds. There is a family tradition that at his funeral it was found necessary to take out the window frame in order to get the coffin out of the house. He d. Jan. 15, 1829 and was buried in the Whitman burying-ground. It is said that he appointed 100 executors to his estate, the explanation being that Judge Ritchie of Annapolis was one, his wife and son Jacob the others - being two ciphers. This proved only too true as in the end the judge became possessed of a greater portion of the estate".
From "History of the Descendants of John Whitman of Weymouth, Mass." by Charles H. Farnam and published in 1889. 
Edward Whitman
 
92 "Edward built a vessel at the Lawrencetown Bridge...and sailed in her as captain, leaving Annapolis Dec 31, 1817, bound for Antigua, but was never heard from again". Edward Whitman
 
93 Annapolis Township Book says Eliza was born Aug 27, 1832 Eliza L. Whitman
 
94 Headstone in Fairview Cemetery, Lawrencetown, says date of birth was Mar 5, 1871. Ernest R. Whitman
 
95 An alternate spelling of her name is: Euilia. Eulilia Whitman
 
96 Date of birth may have been June 14, 1948. Frances Gidney Whitman
 
97 Frank and Lila Bell did not have children. Frank M. Whitman
 
98 Died at birth. George Whitman
 
99 George and Kate probably lived on the homestead near the Whitman Cemetery.
Headstone in Whitman Cemetery says George was born Dec 21, 1853. 
George Rice Whitman
 
100 Harold was a bookkeeper at Blaikies Dodge Chrysler Ltd, Truro for 44 years. Harold Ewart Whitman
 

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