Pamela Tash's Blog – April 2018 Archive (3)

Epilogue - The Whiting Women

Epilogue

 

          So, maybe I was off base about first cousin marriage in rural Maine being rare.  Most of the time people did not marry someone with the same last name, but at other times, it obviously just didn’t matter to them. The current laws in Maine prohibit first cousin marriage, unless you obtain a physician’s certificate indicating that you have received genetic counseling prior to the…

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The Whiting Women - Synopsis

The Whiting Women - Synopsis

 

          The legend of Gladys Mabel Hunt[1] began many years before she was even born in Wellington, Maine, on the cusp of the 20th century.  She was born to "White" parents, whose own parents were all "White", as were all of their ancestors.  Not a single Narragansett Indian. Zero.

 

          Gladys Mabel (Hunt) Whiting would die just as the 21st…

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Sources for The Whiting Women

  1. google.com

 

  1. wikitree.com

 

  1. findagrave.com

 

  1. familysearch.org

 

  1. bailbondcity.com

 

  1. State of Maine Vital Statistics

 

  1. State of Massachusetts Vital Statistics

 

  1. Winsted (Connecticut) Directory 1936-1939

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