Note: "Kentucky Family Records", Vol. 12, page 17; published by West-Central Kentucky Family Research Associates, P. O. Box 1932, Owensboro, KY 42302: L. P. Whitney served as pastor of Pleasant Hope Church of General Baptist in McLean Co., KY 1857-1858.
Iron County, Missouri Deeds, Vol. 33, page 237: L. P. Whitney and his wife Marion deeded 80 acres to T. J. Clark if he would take care of them as long as they lived there. If he did not support and care for them, he forfeited the land. Written 22 January 1883 and recorded 10 Nov. 1885 at 1:00 pm. Copied from microfilm at Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, Missouri.
Butler County, Kentucky Deed Book G, page 6: Lovet P. Whitney and Marion his wife of Muhlenberg Co., KY sold 50 acres in Butler Co. on Gums Creek on Big Muddy Creek to William G. Romans. Made 8 December 1851 and recorded 22 December 1851.
Butler County, Kentucky Deed Book D, page 433: Lovit P. Whitney bought one hundred acres (by survey) on waters of Greassy Lick Creek in Butler County for sum of $130.00 from heirs of William Gough, desc. 18 September, 1838. Recorded same day.
Butler County, Kentucky Deed Book E, page 104: Lovet P. Whitney of Butler County sold one hundred acres on waters of Grassy Lick Creek, Big Muddy Creek to Stephen Mitchell and York Creesey for $200.00. 6 August 1840. Recorded 26 July 1841.
Butler County, Kentucky Deed Book F, page398: Wiley R. Whitney of Muhlenberg County sold two tracts of land on Grassy Lick. First was 100 acres and second was 50 acres. The second tract adjoined the first and began on Lovet Whitney's line. Every other mention of Wiley's name in this deed, including his signature, says Wiley H., not R. Whitney. 7 March 1850. Recorded 14 March 1850.
From email: In 1853 at the 14th meeting of the General Baptist Union with the Free Union Church, Lovet P. Whitney was chosen as clerk. Ohio County, Kentucky, Deed Book P, page 55: Lovet P. Whitney of Ohio County bought land (111 acres) in Ohio Co. on the Green River from Elias and Nancy Kirtley. Recorded 29 September 1855.
Ohio County, Kentucky, Deed Book Q, page 442: Lovet P. Whitney sells the above land to William N. Wand of Muhlenberg County. Mariam relinquished dower rights. Recorded 14 October 1858.
The Spurgeon Church in Sprugeon, Indiana was organized in 1876 by four or five men. One of these men was Lovet P. Whitney.
In 1876, charges were brought against Brother L. P. Whitney for profane swearing.
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