Family:Whitney, Chandler Briggs (1843-1917)

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Chandler Briggs8 Whitney (James7, James6, Ezra5, James4, John3, Jonathan2, John1), son of James7 and Lavina (Lee) Whitney, was born 23 Jun 1843, Craftsbury, VT, and died 20 Nov 1917, Barnet, VT.

He married firstly, 10 Mar 1870, Craftsbury, VT, Harriett Maria Cowles, daughter of Eleazer and Harriet (Lee) Cowles.[1] She was born 28 May 1847, Craftsbury, VT, and died 23 Apr 1875.

He married secondly, 21 Oct 1875, Craftsbury, VT, Clara Sprague Cowles, daughter of Eleazer and Harriet (Lee) Cowles.[2] She was born 30 Sep 1854, Craftsbury, VT, and died before 1897.

He married thirdly, about 1897, Ada E. Smith, daughter of William L. and Aurelia (Cole) Smith. She was born Nov 1861, Dalton, NH, and died after 1920.

He is a traveling salesman; s.p.; res. Barnet, VT.

Children of Chandler Briggs8 and Harriett M. (Cowles) Whitney:

i. (daughter)9 Whitney, b. 14 Sep 1870 (twin), Craftsbury, VT; d. 15 Sep 1870, Craftsbury, VT, aged 1 day.
ii. (daughter) Whitney, b. 14 Sep 1870 (twin), Craftsbury, VT; d. 15 Sep 1870, Craftsbury, VT, aged 1 day.

Children of Chandler Briggs8 and Ada E. (Smith) Whitney:

iii. (child) Whitney, b. bef. 1900; d. bef. 1900.
iv. (child) Whitney, b. bef. 1900; d. bef. 1900.
v. (child) Whitney, b. bef. 1900; d. bef. 1900.

Census

217 231 Whitney, Chandler B. Head W M Jun 1844 55 mar 31 Vermont Vermont Vermont Farmer, Owns free farm -----, Ada E. Wife W F Nov 1861 38 mar 3 0ch 0liv New Hampshire Maine New Hampshire Drew, Harvey Srvt W M Mar 1875 25 sgl New Hampshire Massachusetts Vermont Farm laborer Smith, William L. FiL W M Nov 1822 77 wid Maine Maine Maine Drew, Fred Brdr W M May 1877 23 sgl New Hampshire Massachusetts Vermont Day laborer

  • 1910, Barnet, Caledonia Co., VT: Chandler B. Whitney and wife Ada E.
  • 1920, Barnet, Caledonia Co., VT: Widow Ada E. Whitney.

References

1.^  Vermont, Vital Records Index, Marriages.

2.^  Vermont, Vital Records Index, Marriages.


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