Richard Whittier, Jr. (c.1585 - 1634) MP

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Nicknames: "Whytear/"
Birthplace: White Parish, Wilshire, England
Death: Died in White Parish, Wilshire, England
Managed by: Maria Edmonds-Zediker, Volunteer Curator
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About Richard Whittier, Jr.

From "A Dictionary of British Surnames", by P. H. Reaney, 1976, p. 381:

Whittier: 'White-leather dresser', one who taws skins into whitleather, from OE hwit 'white' and ME tawyere, towyere, tewere, from WS tawian, Anglian tewian 'to taw'.

Richard Whittier(1) was born in 1585 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. He died in 1638 in Buried St. Edmunds Church, Salisbury. They were marred in 1608/09 at St. Edmunds Church of Salisbury, Wiltshire. They are all buried in the grave yard of St. Edmunds. The Tombstone still stands.

Parents: Henry Whittier and Ann Moyes.

He was married to Mary Rolfe on Jan 23 1608 in St. Edmunds Church of Salisbury, Wiltshire. Children were: Thomas Whittier.

-------------------- From "A Dictionary of British Surnames", by P. H. Reaney, 1976, p. 381:

Whittier: 'White-leather dresser', one who taws skins into whitleather, from OE hwit 'white' and ME tawyere, towyere, tewere, from WS tawian, Anglian tewian 'to taw'.

Richard Whittier(1) was born in 1585 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. He died in 1638 in Buried St. Edmunds Church, Salisbury. They were marred in 1608/09 at St. Edmunds Church of Salisbury, Wiltshire. They are all buried in the grave yard of St. Edmunds. The Tombstone still stands.

Parents: Henry Whittier and Ann Moyes.

He was married to Mary Rolfe on Jan 23 1608 in St. Edmunds Church of Salisbury, Wiltshire. Children were: Thomas Whittier. -------------------- From "A Dictionary of British Surnames", by P. H. Reaney, 1976, p. 381:

Whittier: 'White-leather dresser', one who taws skins into whitleather, from OE hwit 'white' and ME tawyere, towyere, tewere, from WS tawian, Anglian tewian 'to taw'.

Richard Whittier(1) was born in 1585 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. He died in 1638 in Buried St. Edmunds Church, Salisbury. They were marred in 1608/09 at St. Edmunds Church of Salisbury, Wiltshire. They are all buried in the grave yard of St. Edmunds. The Tombstone still stands.

Parents: Henry Whittier and Ann Moyes.

He was married to Mary Rolfe on Jan 23 1608 in St. Edmunds Church of Salisbury, Wiltshire. Children were: Thomas Whittier.

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Richard Whittier's Timeline

1585
1585
White Parish, Wilshire, England
1608
January 23, 1608
Age 23
Whiteparish, Wilts., Eng.
1610
1610
Age 25
Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
1615
1615
Age 30
Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
1620
1620
Age 35
Salisbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
1634
August 12, 1634
Age 49
White Parish, Wilshire, England
1932
January 12, 1932
Age 49
1933
June 22, 1933
Age 49
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White Parish, Wiltshire, Eng.