16111612161316141615in Nov. 187S, in the hamlet of Rutsonville, in Gardiner, N. Y., close to theeast foot of Shawangunk Mountain, with her daughter, Mrs. Anna Margaret(Merritt) Ronk. She was still a member of the Marlborough MonthlyMeeting of Friends, held at the Valley, in Plattekill.
Sarah Whitney, b. in Ulster Co., N. Y., 6 March 1794; marriedat Modena, in Plattekill, N. Y., Harman TerwiNiger, a farmer, who wasborn in Plattekill, 4 Aug. 1799, son of Harmanus and Elizabeth (Ostrander)Terwilliger. They settled at Pleasant Valley, in Plattekill, and, in 1828,removed to New York City, where he was engaged in the lumber tradetill 1836, when they returned to Pleasant Valley. He was a member ofthe Baptist Church; and she, though born a Friend, went with him toBaptist meeting for many years, but, in the latter part of her life, resumedthe Friends' garb, and returned to the meeting. They spent the last partof their lives at Rossville, about six miles north-west of Newburgh, N. Y.,where she died, 1 Feb. 1858, in her 64th year, and he, 19 Dec. 1859.They were buried in the Friends' Cemetery at Pleasant Valley, and hisgravestone shows that he was son of " Haramaunis Terwilliger", and givesthe date of his birth. Her gravestone calls her name " Sarah Ann". Shealso signed in that form, as witness to the marriage of her brother, JamesWhitney.IV Jesse Whitney, b. in Cornwall, N. Y., 29 Ap. 1796; a farmer;married in May 1819, at Rochester, Ulster Co., N. Y., by the pastor of thePresbyterian Church in Rochester, to Eveline Simkins, who was born atPleasant Valley, in Plattekill, N. Y., 9 March 1804, dau. of Silas Simkins.He settled about two miles west of Pleasant Valley; and moved, in 1831,to Rosendale, N. Y., and thence, in April 1833, to Fairport, in Perinton,
Y., where she died of consumption, 22 Oct. 1851, and was buried inthe old cemetery near the Congregational Church in that village. Hemarried (2d), 19 May 1853, at Palmyra, N. Y., Harriet McKinstry, whowas born in Phelps, N. Y., 5 Nov. 1817, dau. of Paul and Betsey (Pratt)McKinstry, and widow of Jesse Simkins. They were living at Fairport,in 1873.V. Whitney, } not named, and their sex not stated. "Twins,>born 12th of 10th month, 1797; deceased,
Whitney, ) one aged 2 and the other 3 weeks." Takenfrom the records of Jesse Whitney, of Fairport, N. Y.
James Whitney, b. in the town of Newburgh, N. Y., 16 Aug.
as he says, and neither 1799, as found in the records of the Marlborough Monthly Meeting, nor 1801, as is stated in his father'sfamily-record, in possession of his brother, Jesse Whitney, of Fairport,53085309531«