Whitman Internet Family
Whitmania Internet Tree
Now includes a link the British Royal Family Tree!
Thousands of Whitmans and Whitman related family members; just the simple facts. Are you a cousin? Are you descended from the Royals?
SURNAMES OF THE TREE
The Whitman Martyr to John
"Deacon" Whitman: A Genealogy
Ten generations of Whitman Ancestors
from the Whitmans in England and John Whitman of Weymouth to the generation of
John "Deacon" Whitman, who sailed for Nova Scotia on the "Charming Molly" in 1760
Beyond Here Be Dragons
Here is a file authored by Alan Whitman. It charts the Whitman/Weightman name back through the centuries and into the mists of time.
Whitman/Wightman Family in
The Daniel, George and Valentine Whitman/Wightman descendants:
The generations of the Wightmans in America, written and contributed by Roy Whitman
Whitman Families of Nova
As promised, the Whitman families of Nova Scotia beginning with the family of
John "Deacon" Whitman and Mercy Foster.
This is a work in progress; you are invited to help fill in the spaces.
FOR AN UPDATE TO THIS,
PLEASE SEE "The Whitman Family Internet Tree" (above)
Bob Hegerich's Whitman List
A list of Whitmans from Bob Hegerich's Family Tree
Bob Hegerich has a family tree rich in Whitmans and related families,
including lines that are not carried by my own family tree. Contributed by Bob Hegerich
An essay on the genealogy of Walt Whitman
Written and contributed by author Brian Whitman
"The Annapolis Valley
Whitmans" by Charles B. Whitman
The whole book by Charles B. Whitman
Now Online.. a WHITMANIA! exclusive.
I have finished the retouching of the page images in the "ANNAPOLIS VALLEY WHITMANS" online book by Charles Whitman. What a job! But I'm pleased to find they read better.
Thanks again to Brian Whitman for allowing me permission to put the book online,
and to Arthur Clayton for scanning the images.
You will find the images at THE PAGES. I find it is best to navigate by changing the page number in you browser window if you want to flip through the pages... I. E.: In the browser window it will say 1.htm, or 2.htm etc... just erase the number an type in the page number you want to flip to. This is MUCH EASIER than going back to the index, waiting for it to load, then waiting for the page you want to load again.
Don't forget to check out The "Annapolis" Page. This is the introduction to the book and there's a wealth of information there.
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