Archive:Acushnet, Massachusetts, Vital Records

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Contents

1841-1910

From "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004.

Births

Whitney, Raymond Eben, birth, 1891, vol. 412, p. 134:

[number] 24; [birthdate] Dec. 24th 1891; [date of record] 2/8, 1892; [name] Raymond Eben Whitney; [sex] Male; [birthplace] Acushnet; [parents] -----; [residence of father] Acushnet; [occupation of father] Sawyer; [birthplace of father] No. Fairhaven; [birthplace of mother] Windham, Ct.

Marriages

Whitney, Clara Lucy, marriage, 1874, vol. 262, p. 75:

[number] 3; [marriage date and place] Feb. 15th; [groom] James R. Sherman; [residence] Rochester; [age] 36; [occupation] Shoemaker; [birthplace] Rochester; [parents] Kelley E. Sherman; [number of marriage] First; [bride] Clara Lucy Whitney; [residence] Acushnet; [age] 22; [occupation] -----; [birthplace] Fairhaven; [parents] George D. Whitney & Sarah Jenney; [number of marriage] First; [officiant] William B. Hammond, Pastor of Cong'l Church, Acushnet Village.

Deaths

Whitney, George D., death, 1900, vol. 504, p. 167:

[number] 9; [date] Mar. 22; [date of record] Sep. 10; [name] George D. Whitney; [sex] Male; [condition] Widow; [age] 81 9 17; [cause] Apoplexy; [residence] Achusnet; [occupation] Mariner; [birthplace] Rochester; [parents names] Isaac Whitney, Nancy Clark; [parents birthplaces] Unknown, Unknown.

Whitney, Sarah W. [-----], death, 1887, vol. 382, p. 78:

[number] 8; [date] Apr. 20; [date of record] 1/4,1888; [name] Sarah W. Whitney; [sex] F; [condition] M; [age] 71 8 0; [cause] General Paresis; [residence] Acushnet; [occupation] Housekeeping; [birthplace] Fairhaven; [parents names] William & Clarissa; [parents birthplaces] Fairhaven, Mass., New Hampshire.

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