WHITMAN Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsWaitman, Weightman, Whiteman, Whitman, Whittman, Whyghtman, Whytman, Wightman, Witman
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(as of 2014-09-06), =::Cross reference
|WHITMAN, Alonzo Garcelon [1842-1929] – American educator, author WTMN25 18C7|
WHITMAN, Rev. Dr. Benaiah Longley
[1862-?] – Canadian-American educator
Born in Totbrook, Nova Scotia, Nov. 21, 1862; son of Isaac James and Sarah (Spinney) Whitman; grandson of James and Margeret (Longley) Whitman, and of James and Lettie (Wheelock) Spinney; and a descendant of John Whitman of Weymouth, Mass. He removed with his parents to Marlboro, Mass., in 1879; attended the Worcester academy, 1880-83, and was graduated from Brown university, A. B., 1887, A.M., 1890, and from the Newton Theological institution in 1890. He was ordained to the Baptist ministry, Sept. 13, 1887, at Newton Upper Falls, Mass., where he remained as pastor, 1887-88. He was married, Dec. 6, 1888, to Mary, daughter of Charles and Phebe (Lovejoy) Scott of Newton, Mass. He was pastor at North Grafton, Mass., 1888-89, and of the Free Street church, Portland, Maine, 1890-92; president of Colby university, 1892-95, and of Columbian university, Washington, D.C., 1895-1900, and in 1900 accepted a call to the fifth Baptist church, Philadelphia, Pa. The honorary degree of D.D. was conferred on him by Bowdoin college in 1894 and that of LL.D. by Harvard university in 1899. In 1903 he was president of the American Baptist Historical society, a trustee of Newton Theological institution, and of Crozer Theological seminary, and lecturer at Bucknell university, Lewisburg, Pa.. and Temple college, Philadelphia. BDNA
|WHITMAN, Walt [1819-1892] – American poet WTMN123 4C5|
Bookmarks (off-site links)
- Whitmania A collection of interesting items related to the Whitman family lines, with a special focus on the Whitmans of Nova Scotia. Compiled and Created by P. D. Crowe
- Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worchester County vol1 , Page 447 "John Whitman [was] one of the earliest settlers of the town of Weymouth, Massachusetts..." (GLC subscription required)
- WHITMAN-ANDERSON HOUSE
- Brian Whitman Online
- WHITMAN (W355) at ROOTSWEB
- Thesaurus of Geographic Names
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