Joseph BLAKENEY
(1784-)
Mary B. BLAKENEY (NEE UNKNOWN)
(1804-)
Mathew WHITEHILL
(1811-1894)
Martha Jane BLAKENEY
(1825-1892)

Samuel Jennings WHITEHILL
(1855-1918)

 

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Mary Elizabeth "Maud" OVIATT

Samuel Jennings WHITEHILL 98,595

  • Born: 25 Oct 1855, Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia, USA 98,595
  • Marriage: Mary Elizabeth "Maud" OVIATT on 21 Dec 1881 594
  • Died: 20 Mar 1918, Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa 51601 at age 62 595
  • Buried: Rose Hill Cemetery: Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa, USA 595,596
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bullet  General Notes:

Census records say Wheeling was in Virginia and the Cemetery Records indicate West Virigina. There was movement of the state line which may account for the difference in birth state.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Residence, 1862, Canton, Fulton County, Illinois, USA. 435 after moving here with his parents.

Residence: Canton Township, 1870, Fulton County, Illinois. 98

Residence, 1880, Fisher Center, Fremont County, Iowa, USA. 429 living with his parents.

Occupation, 1880, Fisher Center, Fremont County, Iowa, USA. 429 as a farmer.

Residence, 1881, Page County, Iowa. 424 where he lived in the home his father, Mathew Whitehill, purchased upon his arrival in Iowa.

Cemetery, Mar 1918, Rose Hill Cemetery: Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa, USA. 595 Lot 28

Obituary, 28 Mar 1918, Fremont County, Iowa. 597 THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD. March 28, 1918. "S. J. WHITEHILL DEAD".-- Samuel J. Whitehill died very suddenly about 8 o'clock Wednesday morning at his home seven miles southeast of Farragut. He seemed in his usual health that morning and was getting out his team to feed his cattle. Mrs. Whitehill noticed that the team was standing beside the tank unattended for quite awhile and went out to investigate and found her husband lying dead beside the team. He had been subject to attacks of heart trouble and his death was the result of that disease. Samuel Whitehill was born in Wheeling, West Virginia. He came here 45 years ago and bought the farm where his death occurred. He was 62 years old last October. In 1881 he married Miss Maude Oviatt at Shenandoah. He is survived by his wife and nine children, who are Frank, who lives near Summit; Vern of near Farragut; Carl of near Blanchard; Ralph, who is in the army and is stationed at Palo Alto, California; and Paul, Sam, Martha, Myrtle and Arlene, who are at home. He leaves two brothers, John of near Farragut and Matthew of Yorktown, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Messler of Canton, Ilinois. In the death of Mr. Whitehill the community has lost a pioneer settler who has exerted a great influence for good. He was loved and admired by those who knew him. He joined the Methodist church at Summit 35 years ago and has been superintendent of the Sunday school there for the last 25 years.--Farragut Leader.


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Samuel married Mary Elizabeth "Maud" OVIATT, daughter of William E. OVIATT and Clara Jane HOLLESTER, on 21 Dec 1881.594 (Mary Elizabeth "Maud" OVIATT was born on 7 Dec 1861 in Abingdon, Knox County, Illinois 61410,595,598 died on 28 Oct 1950 in Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa 51601 595 and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery: Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa, USA 595.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage Fact, 20 Mar 1918, Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa 51601.




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